File:Akihabara on a Sunday.jpg

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English: Akihabara, the electronics district, is one part of Tokyo where they close the streets on weekends so people can walk around. Governor Ryokichi Minobe started the practice in the 70's.
日本語: 東京・秋葉原の電気街。週末には歩行者が歩けるようにするため道路が通行止めになる。都知事の美濃部亮吉が1970年代にこの取り組みを始めた。
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Author Joe Jones from Philadelphia, USA
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