"Crossing Mongolia"-from Japan to Inner Mongolia

The documentary film "Crossing Mongolia" was produced by the Japanese USUKI Masuzo and USUKI Moriji in Inner Mongolia. They came from Tsugawa in Niigata prefecture (originally Fukushima) and were well known as Tairiku Ronin (outlaws in Manchuria and China), at that time they were related to the Japanese Army and the Japanese Companies such as the South Manchurian Railway Company and Okura Concern in early 20th century. "Crossing Mongolia" includes various shots of Mongolian society:the shots of Mongolian markets, Mongolian wrestling, and hunting by the Mongolian Royalty etc. I will introduce about the historical background and its contents of the film. 

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