With investor interest in sustainable finance growing globally, Japan is encountering a rare opportunity to turn Tokyo into one of the leading green financial hubs in Asia.

Since the 1980s, Japan has been struggling to transform Tokyo as one of the top global financial centers. Proponents, even today, claim that Tokyo deserves this status due to the sheer size of its economy and stock markets, as well as the international status of the Japanese yen.

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