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As a series of aftershocks continued to rattle Kumamoto Prefecture on Wednesday, swarms of people turned up at an outlet run by its government in Tokyo’s Ginza district, hoping to support the disaster-hit region by purchasing local specialties.

Such outlets operated by local governments are called “antenna shops,” and a number of them promote and sell their regional food and drink in Tokyo.

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