They are ancient cultures, they are territories separated by thousands of kilometers and apparently have little in common. Japan is the Far East, a set of islands distinguished by having spent many centuries isolated from the rest of the world cultivating itself; Spain is part of a peninsula where Europe ends, the vanishing point of the Mediterranean Sea. Behind all this, there are a few characteristics that unite us Japanese and Spanish.

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