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Lost Property

  • In Japan, even if you lost your wallet, camera, or iPhone, there would be a very good chance that they will be found.

    I think many Japanese people are willing to deliver such lost properties.

    When I was young, I lost my wallet.

    I felt sorrow, and cried, but immediately got a phone call from a police box.

    “Did you lost your wallet?”

    I was so happy, and at that moment, I vowed that I deliver lost properties when I find them.

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