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[VIDEO] Emus in Tokyo: Inside the Life of a Japanese Emu Rancher | JapanKyo Docs

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We found emus in Tokyo, so we couldn’t help but investigate!

Hiroshi Kato is from the city of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture. However, one day he decided to relocate to a rural part of the Tokyo Metropolis and become an emu rancher. In this video, we go to the twon of Okutama in Western Tokyo and Kato tells us about his life hunting wild animals, raising umu and the beauty of Okutama.

Watch the video below!

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Note: Since the recording of this video Hiroshi Kato has relocated his emu ranch to Chichibu in Saitama Prefecture. To keep up to date with KatoÔÇÖs activities, the best place to go to is his Twitter account.

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  • Thank you to Yuki for assisting with English to Japanese translations.

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