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Tokyo: Which three albums would you need to have with you if you were stuck on a desert island?

by Sofia Elghazzali

Pierre Ono, 34
Musician (Japanese)

I would listen to just two albums: “Fantasy” by Akina Nakamori and “Toi Ongaku” (“Distant Music”) by Zabadak.

Koffi Apete, 45
Security Guard (French)
I’m a reggae person, so I would listen to: “Natural Mystic” by Bob Marley, “Outcry” by Mutabaruka and “Equal Rights” by Peter Tosh.

Juri and Airi Oshima, 28 and 25
Grocery worker and nail artist (Japanese)
“Collide” by Leona Lewis, “Party Queen” by Ayumi Hamazaki and “Paparazzi” by Girls’ Generation.

Lynda Shute, 29
Logistics (Australian)
“White Ladder” by David Gray, “The Will To Live” by Ben Harper and “Trouble” by Ray Lamontagne.

Masahiro Takematsu, 51
Drummer, professional cyclist, photographer (Japanese)
Tchaikovsky’s 5th and 6th symphonies, and “The Four Seasons” by Vivaldi.

Sara Oniki, 17
High school student (Japanese)
Let me check my iPhone: “Innocent Moratorium” by Sheena Ringo, “Reverberation Reference” by One OK Rock and Tokyo Jihen’s “Saita.”

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