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The rainy season finally ended in Tokyo and neighboring areas of the Kanto-Koshin region in east and central Japan after an unusually long spell, the Meteorological Agency said Saturday.

This year’s rainy season, which started around June 11, finished eight days later than average, making it the region’s fourth-latest end since comparative data became available in 1951, the agency said.

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