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BUZZmag | こころおどる話題BUZZmag（ バズマグ / BUZZmagazine / バズマガジン ） は、「笑える」「楽しい」「癒される」などの『こころおどる話題』を集めたWebマガジンです。
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BUZZmag | KOKORO dance topicsBUZZmag (bus Mag / BUZZmagazine / buzz magazine) is a Web Magazine collection of "Kokoro dance topics", such as "healing" "hilarious" and "fun".
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