Fukushima: Japan's politicians might abandon Tokyo
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Japan is considering the possibility of creating a back-up capital city in case they need to
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Japan is considering the possibility of creating a back-up capital city in case they need toabandon Tokyo. A new panel from Japan's Ministry of Land and Infrastructure will consider the possibility of moving some of Tokyo's capital functions to another big city, like Osaka.