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Opponents of a controversial Tokyo park redevelopment file a petition urging government to step in

  • A growing movement in Tokyo is petitioning the Education Ministry to revise a controversial redevelopment plan for a historic park, in order to save more trees and avoid overdevelopment.
  • The petition also calls for the famous avenue of nearly 150 gingko trees in the area to be designated as a scenic cultural property for protection.
  • Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike approved the redevelopment plan, which includes building skyscrapers and a lower tower. The opposition to the plan is growing, with nearly a quarter-million people signing the petition and expressing their concerns.
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