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Japan is also a country of vending machines. There isn't a corner, busy intersection, deserted street or abandoned rural railway station without one or many of them standing side by side. The thousands of machines are both disconcerting and practical, uncomfortably twentieth century phenomena. It is both a logical response to the impulse to consume and the incentive to consume constantly. A tireless variety of visual repetitions, all charming in their own way .
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