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Buraku Journey in Osaka


A photo journey to Buraku area of Osaka by Ian Laidlaw.

The Burakumin are a Japanese minority group consisting of around 3 million people in about 6,000 communities. Their ancestors were classes as outcastes during the Tokugawa period (1603-1868) due to their occupations. They are still discriminated against today.





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