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The city of Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture, will set up makeshift diners to provide meals for disadvantaged children in cooperation with neighborhoods, officials said Tuesday.

The service, commonly known as “children’s diners,” provides food for free or at a low price for children from low-income, single-parent households and kids who have to dine alone because their parents are working.

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