Jun 20
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Jun 26

Portraits of Refugees in Japan

5:00am – 11:59pm
Free

Did you know there are refugees in Japan? A photo exhibition put together by Japan Association for Refugees (JAR) in cooperation with photographer Naotaka Miyamoto explores refugees living in Japan with a series of 28 portraits. The exhibition will run in honor of World Refugee Day, and will be showcased in the Tokyo Metro Omotesando subway station concourse, on the AD wall near exit B1. The people featured come from Syria, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, and other countries, and are now living in Japan.

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