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Tokyo Rediscovers Long-Forgotten Waterways


Offbeat  (tags: waterways, Tokyo, tourism, canals, sludge-clogged, Nihonbashi, Edo Period, neglected, history )

Naoko
- 3413 days ago - asahi.com
The custodians of the grand canals in Venice and the colorful floating markets in Bangkok need not worry about their status just yet, but in Tokyo a group of citizens is convinced it can transform the city's sludge-clogged waterways into a magnet for



   

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pam w (139)
Wednesday March 17, 2010, 9:13 am
Wonderful! I'd love to see this! Is there enough money to complete the renovation project?
 

DC B (269)
Wednesday March 17, 2010, 12:30 pm
Now if we could just get the Japanese to stop killing the ocean's whales and dolphins.
Love Whales? READ THIS AND the Do your part :
Santa Monica sushi restaurant charged with illegally selling whale meat
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/whale-meat-sold-as-sushi

Friends ~ What this restaurant did MAKES ME SICK!!!! WHAT BASTARDS!!!
Contact the restaurant directly - let them know how you feel.
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Naoko i (257)
Wednesday March 17, 2010, 4:12 pm
@DC Thanks for an irrevalent comment. There are tens of other threads you can put your info and anger.
BTW, I'm against the Japanese whaling.
 

Philippa P (154)
Thursday March 18, 2010, 12:59 am
Thanks, interesting read.
 

patricia l (317)
Saturday March 20, 2010, 8:46 am
This is a wonderful project. Cleaning the canals and informing the people about their lost culture is a big step forward. It seems as though it is gaining in popularity. Maybe they will expand it.
Thanks for the very interesting article Naloko.
 
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