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LOST IN TRANSLATION

You may feel physically lost but in a sense it's not just you.
Even the people that know their way around feel lost.

Going into Tokyo to find something larger.
After a while many Japanese people feel that they are getting farther from why they came to the big city.

One of the biggest cities in the world.
Which means that there are many kinds of people.
And also many unique gatherings are all around Tokyo.

Find the one that will suit you the most.
Interact with with your mates.
Find the benefit beliefs with in your group and ship the idea to gather more similar people.

There are many things that are possible with in the city that outskirts aren't able to do.

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