Victoria Mason is an engineer in Tokyo, Japan. Outside of the nine to five she can be found studying Japanese, trying to get lost, eating dangerously spicy food or ebing active outdoors. Photojournalism has been a rewarding way of sharing her findings with the world.
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Reviewers are in love with this surreal and simple Japanese smartphone game.
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