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A Japanese photographer has won a domestic award for a photo book recording everyday life in Tokyo during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ari Hatsuzawa, 48, won the 30th Tadahiko Hayashi Award for his book “Tokyo 2020, 2021,” which he said “became a self-portrait of Tokyo after two years of going back and forth.”

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