A 6-month-old boy in Adachi Ward, Tokyo, died late last month of infant botulism after his family fed him honey, according to the metropolitan government.
Metropolitan officials said it was the first death caused by infant botulism in Japan since 1986, when the government began compiling such statistics.
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