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This Black-Owned Bakery in Tokyo Has Been Around For 30 Years (Black in Japan) | MFiles
In this episode of The Melanated Files (MFiles), we introduce Kyle Sexton, owner of Tokyo's famed Kyle's Good Finds, a black-owned bakery situated in the Nakano ward of Tokyo. Nakano is one stop away from Japan's largest train station, Shinjuku, via the Chou Line . Kyle moved to Japan in 1984 and opened his bakery in March of 1992 and today it is still going strong. Watch to hear his story.
You can find Kyle's Good Finds on Instagram here: @kylesgoodfinds
You can find visit Kyle's Good Finds website here: www.kylesgoodfinds.com
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