An antipoverty citizens’ group is asking the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to continue providing shelter and life-counseling services to hundreds of jobless and homeless people staying at a temporary shelter due to be shut down Monday.
Group members say they appreciate the central and metropolitan governments working together to establish a shelter in Shibuya Ward for more than 800 people during the New Year’s period.
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