Convenience Store Woman is a quirky look at the life of a single woman in a store in Tokyo.

Bestselling Japanese novelist’s English debut a commentary on Japanese social pressures

Keiko Furukura, the subject of Sayaka Murata’s Convenience Store Woman – a biting commentary on Japan’s treatment of single women – is a conformist at work and a misfit outside, who constantly bats away urgings to find a mate

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Convenience Store Woman is a quirky look at the life of a single woman in a store in Tokyo.
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