"They just went way above and beyond. I'm just eternally grateful," Campbell said.
Taking the name from a Japanese book stresses the country's identity, and Manyoshu is a great choice because it is an anthology that documents the people's own voices, Robert Campbell, head of the National Institute of Japanese Literature in Tokyo, said in an interview with public broadcaster NHK.
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