Populations in three Tokyo wards expected to keep swelling as capital shrinks

The populations of three wards in central Tokyo are projected to keep growing after 2025 even as the capital’s overall population is expected to decline, thanks to a construction boom and convenient transport. Chiyoda, Chuo and Minato wards have seen an …
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