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How Akira Toriyama Changed the World & My Life | Japan Station 122

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On this episode of Japan Station, we talk about the manga creator Akira Toriyama and his impact on the world and my life.

Topics Discussed

  • About the passing of manga creator Akira Toriyama
  • About the impact and influence of Akira Toriyama on the US and the world
  • About the impact of┬áDragon Ball┬áand┬áDragon Ball Z
  • About the popularity of the┬áDragon Ball┬áfranchise around the world
  • About discovering┬áDragon Ball┬áin Peru
  • And more!

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