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Tokyo Man to Lose Home to Make Way for Stadium - Again

Resident Kohei Jinno, 79, shows a photograph of himself (2nd L wearing suit) taken on January 2, 1957 in front of his previous home, at his shop inside Kasumigaoka apartment complex which is located near the National Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.

Tokyo Man to Lose Home to Make Way for Stadium - Again


Kohei

Jinno fans out the black and white photos of his family posing proudly

in front of their central Tokyo home, a house they were forced to leave

ahead of the 1964 Olympic Games to make way for construction of the main

stadium.

Now Jinno, 79, has to move again.



Reporting by Ruairidh Villar and Hyun Oh, REUTERS.





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