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Ayako Yokota

Working for a foundation helps foreign journalists to collect news on Japan. An aspiring interpreter and translator of Japanese, English and Portuguese.
Love traveling, photography, local culture, language and fashion.
I hope my article makes you feel a little more closer to Japan.
My personal blog is here!

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Latest posts by Ayako Yokota

Is Japan Ready to Host the Paralympics?

Ayako Yokota and Ryan Ball take a look at the facilities and technological solutions for people with disabilities in Japan.

‘Spirited Away’ Director Criticizes Plans to Amend Japan's Pacifist Constitution

Japan's ruling party wants to modify the constitution so the defense military can deploy overseas.

Coffee Art Goes 3D in Japan

In Japan where green tea remains the hot beverage of choice, latte art is growing phenomenon, whether it be 3D foamy creations or a vending machine that serves cappuccino with...

Japan: New Landmark “Tokyo Sky Tree” is Growing

The year 2011 in Tokyo started with a sunny blue sky, and it was the perfect day to mark the beginning of a fresh new year. Japanese people have customs...

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