Facts About Life in Japan That Could Baffle Any Foreigner

Yoshiyuki Morioka, the owner of a small (the size of a small room) bookstore Morioka Shoten, chooses only one book and its copies to be sold in his store for a week.

Morioka Shoten’s visitors say that this store arranges exhibitions of only one single book. The store’s design changes in accordance with the chosen book. For example, when a book is about flowers, the owner decorates his store with flowers that are described in the book. That is why when you enter this bookstore it feels like you’re entering the book itself!

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