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Why do the Japanese wear masks like Surgeons in Tokyo? [closed]
In Japan, Tokyo it is common to see Japanese people walking around with masks like the kind Surgeons wear during surgeries. Why do the Japanese wear masks like Surgeons in Tokyo?
Mar 20 '12 at 20:36
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