Japanese who paints overpasses in Baguio gains praise from netizens

Race has nothing to do with one’s patriotism and love for the country. That is what Japanese businessman Mazakasu Nose continues to prove.

For quite some time now, Nose has been repeatedly seen roaming along the overpasses of Baguio City, picking up trash and sometimes even painting its old dusty walls!

Nose first set foot to the country in 2013. Originally, he traveled all the way here to only learn English. But after falling in love with the Philippines and its people, he decided to stay.

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Now a Takoyaki business owner in Baguio, Nose tries to pay back his appreciation to Filipinos by maintaining the streets clean.

During his spare time, he would whip out a trash bag and tongs and would start picking up trash along Maginhawa and other busy roads in Baguio. Because of this, many locals started taking snaps of him and uploaded it on social media sites. Immediately, it all went viral.

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But what made headlines was when he started painting overpasses across the city. Equipped with a white paint tub in one hand and a paint roller in another the Japanese selflessly starts painting and beautifying the footbridge’s lackluster appearance. According to reports, all of these items were bought with Nose’s own money.

Many social media users who saw his viral photos praised the Japanese for his kind deed. Some of them also felt ashamed of having foreigners clean and take good care of our own home. Read some of their comments below:

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