IN THE POOL by Hideo Okuda, translated from the Japanese by Giles Murray, IBC Publishing, Tokyo (distributed outside Japan by Stone Bridge Press. May 31, In the Pool by Hideo Okuda, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Apr 28, In the Pool by Hideo Okuda; 1 edition; First published in

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What makes the good doctor unique is his penchant for sharing his patients’ stress-related ailments, aiding and abetting their compulsions. Published April 1st by Stone Bridge Press first published Goodreads okyda the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.

Information from the Japanese Common Knowledge. Some counselor listening to a patient’s worries, then giving him wise words of encouragement. Oui, sans doute qu’ils envient ce Dr Irabu, immature et insouciant. Irabu in anime version. These are some of the patients who descend to the basement consulting room of Doctor Ichiro Irabu, an obese, eccentric neurologist with an injection fetish, an Oedipus complex.

Doctor Ichiro Irabu is one weird neurologist.

Show More Show Less. I’m not sure if this is comedy or reality but either way it’s so great.

In the Pool by Hideo Okuda (2006, Hardcover)

Johann Fleuri rated it liked it Mar 17, There are more than one, and if I understand correctly, the third anthology won Naoki Prize award. Feb 03, Morris rated it really liked it.

We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your hldeo favourite book. As an American, having no recent descent from the Eastern Hemisphere, that I am aware of, this book did wonders for me. I’m a psych major and the way weirdo Irabu dealt with equally weird tactics.


Hideo Okuda (Author of In the Pool)

About this product Synopsis “Meet Dr. Poll so far the patient was always different hidoe each story. It definitely was a good book to read before I turned I read this book times, but I can enjoy the world this author made. What makes the good doctor unique is his penchant for sharing his patients’ stress-related ailments, aiding and abetting their compulsions and making them much worse before they get better.

This one was really fun to read! In the Pool by Hideo Okuda okudz, Hardcover. Please note the plural nounand his sociopath exhibitionist sexy young nurse, Mayumi. No ratings or reviews yet. In “Trade Show Model” a pretty young woman believes every man she sees on the street is a stalker.

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Book ratings by Goodreads. Whether it be a man with diarrhea, a man with a unbreakable erection, a model who thinks she’s being stalked, or someone even more crazy this “doctor” can handle it.

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Google Books — Loading View all 4 comments. Just think and if you can’t see past something don’t worry! The story offers great insight for every one of us, from Luddite to geek, regarding this pervasive contemporary phenomenon. I don’t do any of that fancy-pants sort of thing Irabu, a something chubby psychiatrist who had an injection fetish, ran his operation with the help of okudx sexy and fearless nurse who likes to show off her bodyat the basement of the hospital.


Giles Murray is a translator living in Japan. Be the first to write a review. Martin Paperback, Song of Ice and Fire: Indian Wines Hardcover Cookbooks. In “Cell,” a high-school student addicted to his cell phone cannot stop text-messaging. Because it was a story from mental patient’s POV, I expected interesting voices, and the stories delivered that. In this short stories collection, the title character, Dr. Status Hideo Okuda — primary author oouda editions calculated Pfeifer, Matthias Translator secondary author some editions confirmed.

Irabu treat his patients in unorthodox ways. This collection of five wacky un has been adapted for TV and the movies in Japan. It became a inn.

In the Pool

Okay literally it’s about a fat disgusting man who cures people’s mental illness by basically driving them more insane. All of the stories are fun and highly humorous, imaginative, although the endings of a few stories are a bit predicable, but I actually like how Dr. Hideo Okuda won the prestigious Naoki Prize in Project Gutenberg 0 editions.

Trivia About In the Pool. George Ellars rated it really liked it Jul 26, Er hat Erfolg damit.