Staff writer YOKOHAMA — Military marching songs and yells blasting out of rightists’ black loudspeaker trucks broke the holiday silence here Monday morning, which was Coming-of-Age Day.
Since Fumihiro Joyu, former spokesman for Aum Shinrikyo, moved into the cult’s Yokohama branch Dec. 29 after his release from prison, the neighborhood has been thrown into turmoil.

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