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Huge Map Showing Locations of Major Japanese Brands


So this is a BIG thing. Someone unknown has created this epic map of Japan with strategically placed brand logos of each major Japanese company. It seems the map was designed in 2013, and I found it via Reddit which was linked to RonnieRocket.com 

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Huge Map Showing Locations of Major Japanese Brands

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