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Piles of old electronic gadgetry, most of it out of order, clutter Junichi Matsuzaki’s “studio” on the first floor of an aging public apartment building in Adachi Ward in northeastern Tokyo. To visitors the outdated technology may look like junk, but to the 53-year-old self-proclaimed consumer electronics collector, it’s treasure.

Filling up the 80-sq.-meter space from the floor to the ceiling are “Made in Japan” appliances that Matsuzaki has a soft spot for in one way or another.

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