ウラジオストック出身のTamara Soykinaさんは、 まだまだ日本では「恐ロシア」のイメージが根強いロシアのの魅力を広めるために、 日々熱心に活動しています。 オシャレでクリエイティブに溢れる最新ロシアのカルチャーや建築デザインをはじめ、沢山の「オモシロシア」を紹介してくださいます。
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