KITO, Tokushima Pref. — This remote village lies along the upper stream of the 125-km Naka River.
What might normally be an inconspicuous collection of 2,000 residents surrounded by mountains and forests, Kito has drawn nationwide attention to a 30-year battle it waged and won against the central government over a plan to build a dam.
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