Confessions of a Yakuza Junichi Saga
Publisher: Kodansha USA
Research Books (short) Reviews: Tokyo Vice, Down Under, Confessions of a Yakuza. In Yakuza, you will not only get shirts and shorts, but an attitude, a statement, a way of life. Ask a Japanese American if she finds the above photo–targeted at Western readers–tasteful. Leave a Comment Posted by Sakaki Delijah on March 2, 2011. Book: TOKYO VICE: an American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan. Lyrics from a previous album, “Love and Theft,” were similar to passages from the gangster novel “Confessions of a Yakuza,” by the Japanese writer Junichi Saga. �Vivien Leigh, A Streetcar Named Desire (1951). While Eiji, the titular Yakuza, does spend time in jail for killing a man, it was a fellow Yakuza, and if his story is to be believed, it was in self-defense. Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind. One minute he's coercing a confession out of a low-level Yakuza operative, the next he's befriending a senior gangster known as “The Bull”. For revenge/action (yakuza movies) - Outrage and Outrage Beyond. Toshiaki Toyoda's "9 Souls" has some angst to a similar vein of Confessions, but not a thriller more like a "Dirty Dozen" type of film.