How urban farming is helping to feed Tokyo
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How urban farming is helping to feed Tokyo

Japan currently produces just over a third of the food consumed at home. But it's hoping to raise its food self-sufficiency rate to 45%. It’s a challenging task because the number of full-time farmers has been falling.

As part of our Leading Cities series, Mariko Oi looks at how creative urban farming is helping to feed the city’s residents.

  • 12 Mar 2019
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