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SAYURI Story
While resonating in the hearts of people, these words permeate deeply into their living sensibilities, and are reflected in a broad array of scenes found in everyday life, culture and art. The haiku poet Matsuo Basho discovered emotion in the sound of a frog jumping into a pond. The modern authors Yukio Mishima and Jun'ichiro Tanizaki sought and gave expression to a unique aesthetic in the model of the Japanese female.
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