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“Recognizing some kind of beauty goes beyond all borders,” Kyoko Mimura said.

She speaks from her own experience of dealing with borders and recognizing beauty beyond them. She gives credit to Soetsu Yanagi, born at the end of the 19th century, for ideas that she learned from his aesthetics, thoughts, and activities.

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