US President Donald Trump's offer to meet North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un caught many off guard and has since sparked a flurry of discussions on what it could mean for Washington and its relations with Pyongyang.
One important actor, which seems to have been flummoxed by the pace and scale of the recent events and feels left out in the cold, is Tokyo.
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