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The end may be near for a row of cardboard dwellings in the underground concourse at Tokyo’s JR Shinjuku Station.

On Friday, 35 moved to a shelter provided by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government following a fire a week ago that killed four homeless people living there. Many of those remaining in the concourse have started preparing to voluntarily move.

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