Watanabe Ryōsuke, 36, collects underground paraphernalia. He has items from the KKK, Japanese biker gangs and religious cults, Charles Manson, political extremists, yakuza and so on. He enjoys entering these different worlds and getting out with the goods for his collection. His collection is enough to fill a storehouse in Mitaka, two vacant apartments in Koenji, a space in Higashi-Yamato-shi and much of his own living space. He heads a circle of collectors called “The Mozart Tea Club.”

Watanabe Ryōsuke, 36, collects underground paraphernalia. He has items from the KKK, Japanese biker gangs and religious cults, Charles Manson, political extremists, yakuza and so on. He enjoys entering these different worlds and getting out with the goods for his collection. His collection is enough to fill a storehouse in Mitaka, two vacant apartments in Koenji, a space in Higashi-Yamato-shi and much of his own living space. He heads a circle of collectors called “The Mozart Tea Club.”