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tokio, a wired country    Due to earthquakes, wires cannot be underground and instead, they are placed in the air. Tied to poles big as trees, the wires wrap up the city like a spider web. In these wires some of the raven that would shrink Edgar Allan Poe’s heart are placed. And their black cawing reminds us that in this city that has the highest number of wireless use, people live wired.