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One Book at a Time(八年级阅读)  

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       Japanese bookseller Yoshiyuki Morioka(盛冈三行) has come up with a highly unusual concept for a bookstore—he sells one book at a time in a tiny shop located in Ginza(银座), Tokyo’s luxury shopping district.
  You might argue that it’s hardly a bookstore if you can’t go in and spend at least a few hours browsing through thousands of volumes, but Morioka never intended to create a classic bookstore. It’s like a weekly “suggested reading” service—you just go in and pick up the book chosen for the week, relieving yourself of the burden of choice. Morioka said he came up with the idea after organizing several book-launch(图书发行会) events at his old bookstore.
  According to Morioka, his concept has a distinct advantage—the bookstore can serve as an exhibition for the book and its world, making the story come alive for customers. “For instance, when selling a book on flowers, in the store we could exhibit a flower that actually appears in the book,” he said. “Also, I ask the authors and editors to be at the bookstore for as much time as possible. This is an attempt to make the2D book into a 3D experience. I believe that the readers should feel as though they are exploring ‘inside a book.’”
  It isn’t clear how Morioka goes about choosing which books to display and sell, but his concept has been quite well received—he claims to have sold  over 1,000 books since last May.
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