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"There are a few websites by anarcho-syndicalists and anarcho-communists, and some small collectives active in Kyoto, Osaka and Tokyo", I removed this sentence because I have searched myself during a long time japanese anarchist, active organisations in Japan now, which at least publish a newspaper and have a website, and I have to admit that it doesn't exist, now, in 210 (I've been 1 year to Japan, and searching a lot on internet; I can speak and read japanese). If someones know some of these japanese anarchist organisations, I would be very surprised, and happy to know the name of these organisations (and their newspaper etc). --Furansowakun4 (talk) 16:28, 14 February 2010 (UTC)