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Is this created by a Tour company? It is not about "Japan' but what aspects of the country may entertain foreign visitors for their supposed "uniqueness." Cherry blossoms, Fuji-san, sushi, geishas, samurai, my goodness. The voice person should learn to read Japanese words correctly. Edo is ...Read more

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