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Basho the Poet's statue in Tokyo, Japan. : Stock Photo
A statue of Matsuo Basho (Japan's most renowned haiku poet) overlooks the Sumida River and Kiyosubashi Bridge from the Basho-An Garden, located in the shitamachi downtown Koto-ku District of Tokyo, Japan.

Basho the Poet's statue in Tokyo, Japan.

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B. Tanaka
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A statue of Matsuo Basho (Japan's most renowned haiku poet) overlooks the Sumida River and Kiyosubashi Bridge from the Basho-An Garden, located in the shitamachi downtown Koto-ku District of Tokyo, Japan.
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