As Japan Considers Allowing More Foreigners, Tiny Rural Town Wants to Go Further

AKITAKATA, Japan (Reuters) – Brazilian Luan Dartora Taniuti settled in the remote municipality of Akitakata in southwest Japan when he was nine. Leonel Maia of East Timor has been there nearly seven y…
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