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Japan: Japanese man living in Mexico City Int'l Airport

Blogger que es que, a Japanese living in Guadalajara (Mexico), commented on news concerning Hiroshi Nohara [en], a Japanese man who has been living for months in the Benito Juarez International Airport of Mexico City. The blogger writes that they would like one day to experience Nohara's free style of living.

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  • Rodrigo Marín

    Hi guys this persons its a boom in Mexico now rigth? im interesting to contact somebody who knows somethig about Hiroshi Nohara’s family in Tokyo, where do they live, some friends for get intervew, the reason is because i making a report about him and his family for mexican media, thanks a lot, please contact me!! rodrigomarin_photo@live.com

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