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Japan’s traditional crafts are struggling to survive the country’s population decline

KANAZAWA, Japan — In a cramped room, Shinichi Netsuno sits cross-legged on a thin mat and guides a stack of specialized paper as it’s pounded by a mechanical hammer. In between each sheet is a small square of gold leaf. The stack will be beaten over the course of several days until the gold leaf is …

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