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CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CHILDREN
RTSV35U 
December 07, 2016 
A combination picture shows Natsuki Ariga, 9, posing for a photograph at a library (top) and his drawing... 
Tokyo, Japan 
The Wider Image: What do you want for Christmas? 
A combination picture shows Natsuki Ariga, 9, posing for a photograph at a library (top) and his drawing of what he wants to get for Christmas from Santa, in Tokyo, Japan December 1, 2016. Natsuki wants to get comic books on Japanese and world history. "Santa gives me a present every year for working hard. That's why I practice Electone (Yamaha's electronic organ), abacus and track and field very hard, " he said. Reuters photographers around the world asked children to draw what they wanted to receive from Santa for Christmas. REUTERS/Toru Hanai SEARCH "CHRISTMAS WISHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
JAPAN/
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May 19, 2010 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the contest which made use of the soroban, a traditional Japanese calculating tool. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
JAPAN/
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May 19, 2010 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the contest which made use of the soroban, a traditional Japanese calculating tool. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
JAPAN/
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May 19, 2010 
An elementary schoolboy takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An elementary school boy takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo 
An elementary schoolboy takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the contest which made use of the soroban, a traditional Japanese calculating tool. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
JAPAN/
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May 19, 2010 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo 
An elementary schoolgirl takes part in an abacus contest in Tokyo May 19, 2010. About 100 students from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the contest which made use of the soroban, a traditional Japanese calculating tool. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
JAPAN/
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May 22, 2008 
Elementary school children raise their hands with their answers after using the traditional Japanese... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Elementary school children raise their hands with their answers during the 26th American school soroban... 
Elementary school children raise their hands with their answers after using the traditional Japanese calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during the 26th American school soroban contest in Tokyo May 22, 2008. Over 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN/
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May 22, 2008 
An elementary schoolgirl rests next to a traditional Japanese calculating tool called the soroban (abacus)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Elementary schoolgirl rests next to a traditional Japanese calculating tool during the 26th American... 
An elementary schoolgirl rests next to a traditional Japanese calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during the 26th American school soroban contest in Tokyo May 22, 2008. Over 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN/
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May 22, 2008 
An elementary schoolgirl moves beads on a traditional Japanese calculating tool called the soroban (abacus)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Elementary schoolgirl moves beads on a Japanese traditional calculating tool during the 26th American... 
An elementary schoolgirl moves beads on a traditional Japanese calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during the 26th American school soroban contest in Tokyo May 22, 2008. Over 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN/
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May 22, 2008 
An elementary schoolboy looks at a traditional Japanese calculating tool called the soroban (abacus)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Elementary schoolboy looks at traditional Japanese calculating tool during the 26th American school soroban... 
An elementary schoolboy looks at a traditional Japanese calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during the 26th American school soroban contest in Tokyo May 22, 2008. Over 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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March 01, 2008 
An elementary school girl moves beads on a Japanese traditional calculating tool called the soroban (abacus)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An elementary school girl moves beads on a soroban (abacus) in Tokyo 
An elementary school girl moves beads on a Japanese traditional calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during a soroban competition in English, in Tokyo March 1, 2008. Participants competed in speed and accuracy using the Japanese soroban with hopes to stimulate the brain, develop calculating skills and listening comprehension in English. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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March 01, 2008 
An elementary school boy holds a Japanese traditional calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An elementary school boy holds a Japanese traditional calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) in... 
An elementary school boy holds a Japanese traditional calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during a soroban competition in English, in Tokyo March 1, 2008. Participants competed in speed and accuracy using the Japanese soroban with hopes to stimulate the brain, develop calculating skills and listening comprehension in English. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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March 01, 2008 
Competitors move beads on Japanese traditional calculating tools called the soroban (abacus) during a... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Competitors move beads on the soroban (abacus) in Tokyo 
Competitors move beads on Japanese traditional calculating tools called the soroban (abacus) during a soroban competition in English, in Tokyo March 1, 2008. Participants competed in speed and accuracy using the Japanese soroban with hopes to stimulate the brain, develop calculating skills and listening comprehension in English. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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March 01, 2008 
Competitors move beads on Japanese traditional calculating tools called the soroban (abacus) during a... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Competitors move beads on the soroban (abacus) in Tokyo 
Competitors move beads on Japanese traditional calculating tools called the soroban (abacus) during a soroban competition in English, in Tokyo March 1, 2008. Participants competed in speed and accuracy using the Japanese soroban with hopes to stimulate the brain, develop calculating skills and listening comprehension in English. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
RTR1XQZ2 
March 01, 2008 
An elementary school boy moves beads on a Japanese traditional calculating tool called the soroban (abacus)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An elementary school boy moves beads on a soroban (abacus) in Tokyo 
An elementary school boy moves beads on a Japanese traditional calculating tool called the soroban (abacus) during a soroban competition in English, in Tokyo March 1, 2008. Participants competed in speed and accuracy using the Japanese soroban with hopes to stimulate the brain, develop calculating skills and listening comprehension in English. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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May 23, 2007 
Azriel Royse (R) from Yokota West Elementary School moves beads on a Japanese traditional calculating... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Schoolchilren move beads on soroban at abacus contest 
Azriel Royse (R) from Yokota West Elementary School moves beads on a Japanese traditional calculating tool soroban (abacus) with her classmates in American School Soroban Contest in Tokyo May 23, 2007. Some 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated the abacus competition. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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May 23, 2007 
Elementary schoolboy Michael Kennedy (L) works on a soroban (abacus) with his classmates in American... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Schoolchildren work on abacus during American School Soroban Contest in Tokyo 
Elementary schoolboy Michael Kennedy (L) works on a soroban (abacus) with his classmates in American School Soroban Contest in Tokyo May 23, 2007. Some 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated the abacus competition. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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May 23, 2007 
Elementary schoolboy Austin Alexander looks at a soroban (abacus) in American School Soroban Contest... 
Tokyo, Japan 
American schoolboy looks at a soroban at abacus contest 
Elementary schoolboy Austin Alexander looks at a soroban (abacus) in American School Soroban Contest in Tokyo May 23, 2007. Some 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated the abacus competition. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
RTR1PZKU 
May 23, 2007 
Elementary schoolgirl Brianne Coleman moves beads on a soroban (abacus) with her classmates in American... 
Tokyo, Japan 
American schoolchilren move beads on soroban at abacus contest in Tokyo 
Elementary schoolgirl Brianne Coleman moves beads on a soroban (abacus) with her classmates in American School Soroban Contest in Tokyo May 23, 2007. Some 100 children from American schools in U.S. military bases in Japan participated the abacus competition. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
RTR1PZKT 
May 23, 2007 
Johathon Oswald from Yokota West Elementary School reacts during American School Soroban (abacus) Contest... 
Tokyo, Japan 
American schoolboy reacts at abacus contest in Tokyo 
Johathon Oswald from Yokota West Elementary School reacts during American School Soroban (abacus) Contest in Tokyo May 23, 2007. Some 100 children from American schools in the U.S. military bases in Japan participated in the abacus competition. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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April 14, 2002 
An elderly man uses a section of what the organisers claimed to be the
world's longest abacus during... 
Tokyo, Japan 
WORLD'S LONGEST ABACUS IN TOKYO. 
An elderly man uses a section of what the organisers claimed to be the
world's longest abacus during an abacus festival in Tokyo April 14,
2002. The 34.2-metre long and 2002 reeds abacus was made in the abacus
festival within two hours with 10,010 beads to commemorate the year of
2002. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

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JAPAN
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April 14, 2002 
A boy holds his head as he counts using an abacus during an abacus
festival in Tokyo April 14, 2002.... 
Tokyo, Japan 
JAPANESE BOY USES AN ABACUS IN TOKYO. 
A boy holds his head as he counts using an abacus during an abacus
festival in Tokyo April 14, 2002. Hundreds of children participated in
the abacus festival. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

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JAPAN
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April 14, 2002 
Japanese children play with a section of what the organisers claimed to
be the world's longest abacus,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
JAPANESE CHILDREN PLAY WITH THE WORLD'S LONGEST ABACUS IN TOKYO. 
Japanese children play with a section of what the organisers claimed to
be the world's longest abacus, in Tokyo, April 14, 2002. The 34.2-metre
long and 2002 reeds abacus was made during an abacus festival in two
hours with 10,010 beads to commemorate the year of 2002.
REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

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May 21, 1997 
American 10-year-old Ashley Mead, from Gainsville, Florida, concentrates on her calculation at a Japanese... 
Japan 
AN AMERICAN GIRL CONCENTRATES AT A JAPANESE ABACUS CONTEST IN TOKYO 
American 10-year-old Ashley Mead, from Gainsville, Florida, concentrates on her calculation at a Japanese soroban (abacus) contest for American school children in Japan at a Tokyo hotel May 21. Participants competed in speed and accuracy using the Japanese soroban calculating method, taught at American schools in Japan with hopes to stimulate the brain and develop pupils' calculating skills.

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