Japanese edition of I am a cat 吾輩は猫である by Natsume Soseki, a novel published between 1905 and 1906. It is one of the most importan novels of Japanese language literature and thanks to its satiric view of Meiji's era society, it is mandatory that Japanese children read a part of it at school.
The main character of this book is a cat with no name who lives with a middle class man. this cat observes and explains to the reader human behavior.
A suitable reading material for N2 or N1 students who wish to read one of the most important books of Japanese language literature, considered one of the books written by Natsume Soseki.
The novel does not contain furigana.