By KAZUSHIGE KOBAYASHI/ Staff Writer
December 8, 2022 at 06:30 JST
Kazunari Shiragami, left, asks a shop operator in Tokyo’s Asakusa district to put up a poster of Tokyo Rickshaw. (Kazushige Kobayashi)
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