Briefing: Japan emerging from its invisible lockdown

Masayuki Kichikawa

Japan is all too often portrayed as being different from other countries. Not just distinctive in the obvious sense that every country has its own national peculiarities. Instead, somehow unique in a way that makes it stand out from every other country.

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