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Handwritten manuscripts, including an essay on Japan, penned by Albert Einstein during the famed physicist’s visit to this nation in 1922 were disclosed to the press at Keio University on Monday.

The collection includes an eight-page draft in German, that the scientist wrote on stationery from the hotels he stayed at, letters to his longtime friend Dr. Hayari Miyake, whom he met on his journey from Europe to Japan, and messages on colored paper for Dr. Miyake written by Einstein and his wife.

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