Three streets in Tokyo that have barred vehicle traffic on holidays will be opened to traffic on such days beginning next month, police said Thursday.

Omotesando Dori, the popular shopping street that runs about 970 meters from JR Harajuku Station, will be opened to vehicles along with a 750-meter stretch of Chuo Dori near Ueno Park and a 530-meter stretch of Kasuga Dori in front of JR Okachimachi Station, the police said.

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