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06/27, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

Enthusiasts and obsessives come in all shapes and sizes. Take tori-tetsu, a nationwide group dedicated to photographing trains. One small group in Tokyo have also arrested for stealing Lego. And then there is the age-old obsessive Mori Ogai who celebrates his 100 anniversary this year – a physician in the Imperial Japanese army who travelled to Germany and became one of the first to translate German literature into Japanese. And last but not least, David Bowie, who walked through Kyoto with photographer Masayoshi Sukita in 1980 who now happens to have an exhibition of pictures taken that day on display near Kyoto Station
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06/27, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo
Enthusiasts and obsessives come in all shapes and sizes. Take tori-tetsu, a nationwide group dedicat...
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