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A small village in Suzu, Japan, is the only place in the world where an ancient Japanese tradition of salt-making is still practiced today. It’s a labor-intensive process, but the effort pays off in sea salt that is rich in minerals and mild in taste. Meet a master of this uniquely Japanese craft. This Great Big Story was made possible by All Nippon Airways.