By SHUHEI YAMASHITA/ Staff Writer
June 7, 2021 at 07:00 JST
Eito Hara and a head of a “kaiju” monster at the Hashima Movie Museum in Hashima, Gifu Prefecture, in April (Shuhei Yamashita)
HASHIMA, Gifu Prefecture--A grandmother’s gift led to Eito Hara’s decades-long fascination with “kaiju” monsters, his renown as a sculptor and alarmed looks from people shocked by his passion for the creatures. [Read More]
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