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Affair of the four abandoned children of Sugamo

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  1. The incident was covered extensively by both Japanese and international media, and became known in Japanese as 巣鴨子供置き去り事件 (sugamo kodomo okisari jiken, Sugamo child-abandonment incident)

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  2. The incident, in which a mother abandoned her four underage children, took place in 1988 in Tokyo's Toshima-ku

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  3. The 2004 film Nobody Knows presents a fictionalized and on the whole less grim account of the affair

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  4. The story was fictionalized as the 2004 film Nobody Knows (daremo shiranai)

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  5. The children's names were never released

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