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Mr. Arima self-supported transcontinental motor travel

07.08.2007 -- The information posted today is about the transcontinental adventure motor travel of Ryutaro Arima, 32-year old Japanese cake baker and motorist-adventurer who 5 years lived in France and decided to go home to Japan by such unusual way.

He  started from the suburb of the city of Dijon in France on May, 1, crossed Italy, Greece, republics of former Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania and arrived to Kiev on July, 29. The next route of the traveler goes on through Russia to Japan.

More detailed about this shocking trip you can read here in Russian, Ukrainian or Japanese.

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