Tokyo housing: City life draws youth, leaving seniors in depopulated suburbs

Adam Walsh is a reporter for the St. John’s Morning Show, currently working in Tokyo on a partnership with the Japanese public broadcaster NHK. Tucked away in his office in Japan’s most prestigious university, Hideki Koizumi is worried. The towering cranes …
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