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Traditional Salt Harvests Of Ishikawa

Traditional Salt Harvests Of Ishikawa
This United Nations University film tells the story of Ishikawa, Japan, revealing their traditional method of exploiting the salt of the sea.


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Posted by nova on August 11, 2011
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