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The Japanese government estimates that there are roughly 5,000 homeless people in the country. In the early 1990s, the fallout from the collapse of the economic bubble created a sudden upsurge in homelessness, with workers being laid off and blue plastic tents springing up in towns and cities around the nation. Since then, much has been done to improve their situation. Read the full story on The Japan Times online. (@miura.yoshiaki and Andrew McKirdy photos)
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