Masuji Ibuse was born 15 February 1898 and died 10 July 1993
- Like flowers in a storm, life is full of goodbyes.
- Sometimes I feel that half of me wants to return to the country while the other half would like to cling to Tokyo until the very end.
- Never does one so constantly see so many different things as when peering from a small window.
- I wonder why people work so hard to become politicians just in order to do something wrong.
Masuji Ibuse was a Japanese author. He is most well known for Black Rain, which won him international acclaim and several awards including the Noma Prize and the Order of Cultural Merit.
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