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In 1966, after graduating from Tokyo’s Tama Art University with a degree in interior design and doing a few odd jobs, Hidetoshi Nagasawa got on a bike and cycled out of Japan.

He boarded a ship to Thailand and on arrival, resumed his bike expedition across Southeast Asia and the Middle East, sleeping under bridges or trees at night. Fifteen months later, he arrived in Milan where his bicycle was stolen.

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