Every morning, as the sun rises over this remote Pacific Island and its tiny port with typically Japanese low-slung concrete buildings, John Washington commits a quiet act of defiance against the famously insular Japan: he hoists an American flag over his inn.
This is a fantastic story of remote wonders and undiscovered gems that brings a destination to life in a completely new way.
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