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Charmed by the Kindness of the Community - Izumo, Shimane Prefecture

TRAVEL 2019 30 mins Episode(s): 1 none: None Japanese
Michelle married a Japanese man and moved to a beautiful nature-filled mountain village in Izumo, Shimane Prefecture. She believes that the true “beauty of Japan” lies in the kindness displayed by the people of her local community. We follow Michelle’s life within the village as she teaches children how to speak English and cherishes the bonds forged between herself and the locals around her.

Part of "Beauty of Japan- Season 2"!

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