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Thursday’s fire that devastated Shuri Castle, part of a UNESCO World Heritage site in Okinawa Prefecture, triggered a sense of alarm among people and organizations managing historic sites in the country.

At an emergency meeting held at Nijo Castle in the city of Kyoto, participants, including representatives of local shrines and temples, exchanged views on the latest fire, which sent shock waves throughout the country, and measures to protect their facilities.

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