"Tokyo to Osaka" Film

In the summer of 2009, 13 cyclists from Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco took their

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In the summer of 2009, 13 cyclists from Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco took their fixies to the Land of the Rising Sun for an ambitious undertaking: a 350-mile tour from Tokyo to Osaka. Their goal (along with survival) was to experience a more intimate kind of travel and make a documentary of their adventure. Having already seen the trailer last year we now take a look into the full version of the film, directed by Nic Hill. Enjoy!

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