Nijimori Studio, located in Dongducheon, South Korea, and not far from the border with the North, features a set of buildings that bring visitors back to Japan's Edo Period (1603-1868).
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Lee emphasized the need to explain to the South Korean public that sensitive historical issues involving Japan should be handled through diplomacy.
Since permission was given by authorities last November, a number of airlines have begun flying would-be tourists over parts of Japan.
Often described as "the Rolls Royce of chalk," Hagoromo once faced extinction in 2015, but the brand managed to survive after a former cram school teacher in South Korea took it over, importing the manufacturing know-how and equipment from Japan. In a factory in Pocheon, ...