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Rural Japan cities rebrand themselves as urban alternatives
AT first glance, Kamiyama looks like any other rural town in Japan: shuttered stores on the main street, a gas station unencumbered by customers, hunched-over old ladies tending to rice fields.
But on closer inspection, this mountain village on Shikoku, the smallest
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