General Press Kit

Want to write a post/article about me (or my books?)

I have a couple different “press kits” full of information, comics, and photo – depending on what you need.

Press Kit for Book #1 (My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy)

Press Kit for Book #2 (My Japanese Husband [still] Thinks I’m Crazy)

Press Kit for Book #3 (Confessions of a Texan in Tokyo)

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About the Author(s):

Grace Buchele Mineta is a native Texan, founder of the hit blog “Texan in Tokyo,” YouTuber, and author of the autobiographical comic books, “My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy“, “My Japanese Husband (still) Thinks I’m Crazy“, and “Confessions of a Texan in Tokyo.” She got into the writing business by accident and currently lives in Tokyo with her husband, Ryosuke, where she blogs and draws comics about their daily life.

Though she will forever be a Texan girl at heart, she has lived and travelled all over the globe. When she’s not drawing comics or blogging, you can find her cooking with her husband, hiking all over Japan, and watching crappy daytime television.

Ryosuke Mineta was born and raised in Japan, before flying across the world in search of a really good steak. Instead, he found Grace. He is a firm believer of the phrase “age is just a number” and lives to make the world a more interesting place.

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Promotion Info

When linking back to “Texan in Tokyo,” please link to:

If you want to post a review, press release, or interview, please send me an email ( And if you want to use any other comics or photos on this blog, please just let me know!

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