By NAOYUKI MORI/ Staff Writer
July 14, 2021 at 07:00 JST
Masaki Kawamura in Osaka on June 9 (Photo by Naoyuki Mori)
OSAKA--Last summer, Masaki Kawamura reflected on how he wanted to spend his post-retirement life after leaving a city youth services foundation here, his workplace of 38 years. [Read More]
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