Author: Fumio Sasaki, Eriko Sugita
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Summary: Helpful tips presented with recognition that minimalism won’t look the same for everyone made this a helpful, accessible, though sometimes repetitive, guide.
I’m moving across the country in about a week and moving always makes me want to get rid of everyone I own, so this book on Japanese minimalism was the right book at the right time for me. Although it had a few flaws, it was a calming, easy read full of helpful tips. The first half, in particular, worked for me. The second half was a little less helpful and made some grandiose claims, but there’s enough good here that I still enjoyed the book overall. Read more »