Tokyo Techno Tribes
Japanese Cyber Youth Culture

Tokyo Techno Tribes - Japanese Cyber Youth Culture
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e m a h n

very motivating and great prose make this doc worth watching, and filmed just before flat screen tvs and iPhones a lot of the philosophies discussed are Truer than ever now today

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R a i n i e

I like this vibe. Love and thie is an inspiration itself

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