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April 02, 2008 
Teruo Oba puts his mobile phone to scan a bar-code placed on his family's newly purchased tomb in Kofu,... 
KOFU, Japan 
Oba puts his mobile phone to scan a bar-code placed on his family's tomb in Kofu, west of Tokyo 
Teruo Oba puts his mobile phone to scan a bar-code placed on his family's newly purchased tomb in Kofu, west of Tokyo, April 2, 2008. The tomb made by Japanese tombstone maker Ishinokoe allows bereaved family members to keep in touch with their loved ones beyond the grave by using mobile phones to scan the code, placed behind lockable stone doors on the tomb, and view photos and other information about the deceased. The stones went on sale on April 1 and cost around 1 million yen ($10,010). REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
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