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When Liane Grunberg Wakabayashi fell in love in Tokyo, the feisty journalist from New York opened her heart not only to romance with a charming acupuncturist but to a Shinto shrine, a Buddhist temple, and the Jewish community she discovers in Japan. In marriage to Ichiro, a Taoist acupuncturist and lifelong student of traditional oriental medicine, comes a grand opportunity to debate, challenge, and love their differences. When two Chabad Houses appear in Tokyo, with humor and unflinching self-reflection, the author takes readers deep inside a marriage between cultures, where sacrifice and identity, Jewish children with Japanese roots, doting in-laws and a maddeningly lovable mother, lead to spiritual crisis and awakening far from home.
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