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Ethnographic interview participants and photographic images of Tsumago Post Town, Japan

Curtin University
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Ethnographic approach research was conducted in April 2018 at Tsumago Post Town, Nagano, Japan. Twelve local people and tourists were interviewed with further promotional media, photographic, and video documents being collected from Tsumago Post Town during the process along with participant observation notes from tours with guides.

This research was funded by the Sumitomo Foundation.

Data time period: April 2018

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text: Tsumago, Nagano, Japan

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