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Author photo. "Brian tosses a pillow" at  Tokyo Games Show 2007, photo by <A HREF="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gamerscore/">gamerscoreblog</A>

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Brian Ashcraft is a senior contributing editor for the video-game site Kotaku and a columnist at The Japan Times. Ashcraft was previously a contributing editor at Wired magazine; his work has also appeared in Popular Science, the Guardian, and the design journal Metropolis, as well as numerous other publications worldwide. He has authored several books on Japanese culture, including Japanese Tattoos: History * Culture * Design. Originally from Texas, he has called Osaka home since 2001.
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