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Sports Hochi regional community quarterly newspaper “Sumida Hochi” published

Hochi Shimbun Co., Ltd.
Sports Hochi regional community quarterly newspaper “Sumida Hochi” published Issue 7 (May 2024), published 3 times a year and distributed free of charge, features “Tokyo Sky Tree (R) “Photogenic Spots” from Sumidara”!
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Hochi Shimbun, which publishes Sports Hochi, publishes the local community quarterly newspaper “Sumida Hochi” (full color, 4 pages in blanket size) No. May 2024 issue) was published on May 9th.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/71317/420/resize/d71317-420-eaef56dd98e801624d9b-0.jpg&s3=71317-420-57ecf95fd11a2c4a3333ac00758741a8-869×1179.jpg] Also includes an interview with manga artist Tetsuya Chiba
This time, we’re featuring “Tokyo Skytree (R) ‘photogenic spots’ that can be seen from Sumidara.” A map with photos of the best spots to “see”, “look at”, and “take photos” from Sumida Ward, the world’s tallest symbol tower at 634 meters high. Introduced with. The first page is a print illustration drawn by Mr. Eijiro Mori, a print illustrator who lives in Sumida Ward, and features a column and scenery from near Hoshoji, a temple of good fortune associated with Katsushika Hokusai. Tetsuya Chiba, a manga artist who lived in Sumida Ward for a long time, shares the story behind the creation of this timeless masterpiece in an interview with Sumida and Me.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/71317/420/resize/d71317-420-c77df6a14ba7a8b9c4bd-1.jpg&s3=71317-420-11b5126627ac3ede9dafbaf2f8a960e3-1305×878.jpg] Free papers full of information on sports, culture, art, etc. in Sumida City are available at public baths and libraries in Sumida Ward, Sumida Ward Office, Sumida Ward Tourism Association, and the tourist information center in “-Ryogoku-Edo NOREN” adjacent to JR Ryogoku Station. It is distributed and placed in etc.
[Sumida News]
In June 2022, when the Hochi Shimbun celebrated its 150th anniversary, it moved its Tokyo headquarters to the Ryogoku Kokugikan building in Yokoami, Sumida Ward.As part of its regional development and community contribution activities, the company moved its Tokyo headquarters to the Ryogoku Kokugikan Stadium in Yokoami, Sumida Ward, in cooperation with Sumida Ward. “Sumida Hochi”, a free local community quarterly newspaper, is launched. It is published three times a year in January, May, and September, when Sumo is held at Ryogoku Kokugikan, and the May 2024 issue is the seventh issue. The circulation is approximately 65,000 copies. We convey information that is closely related to the community, such as sports, culture, and art information in Sumida town.

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