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When you move to Japan, it can be tough to re-create the kind of community support you may have had in your home country — just ask Chloe Douglas and Reyna Marquez.

After sampling what Japan’s gay districts had to offer over the years, including Tokyo’s well-known Ni-chome neighborhood, Douglas and Marquez came to the realization that their community needed more inclusive spaces where everyone could feel like they belong.

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