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The poet-traveler may be familiar to lovers of Matsuo Basho, but for most, the Japanese way of travel writing diverts from well-trodden paths.

As Meredith McKinney, author of “Travels with a Writing Brush,” explains to The Japan Times, “the way they wrote about travel is so unlike how people in the West write now that it is quite a journey just to travel into their perspective.”

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