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Cultural Migrants from Japan examines how television, film, and the internet influences the mobility of young, middle-class Japanese youths who migrate to New York and London in order to 'make it' as artists. Intersecting long-term, multi-sited ethnography with emerging transnational and globalization theory, this book is a timely look at the emerging shift in concepts of national identity and migration.