NB: Would you consider asking your local foreign-books store to stock a few extra copies of JAPANESE ONLY (while ordering yours)? Perhaps suggest they put the new, updated Japanese version side-by-side with the English in the Foreign Books section? This would make it readily available to partners in international relationships wanting to read about the issue in Japanese, and keep it from being buried in the generally-avoided human-rights section. If so, here's the order form for the Japanese version. All you have to do is give it to the managers. They will fill out and FAX the publisher at their leisure. You can also reassure them all unsold books can be returned to the publisher at no cost to the bookstore. Thanks! --Arudou Debito, author.