In a trendy Tokyo neighborhood, customers browse the wares at Majerca, a shop stocked with handmade items from scarves to glassware, all produced by people with disabilities.
The shop, and the workshops where the items were produced, are part of a small but burgeoning movement in Japan aiming to promote work by people with disabilities.
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