Underground Farming in Japan

Underground Farming in Japan
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Guy Brighton
  • 29 february 2008

Neww of youths getting involved with underground farming typically suggests the illicit and causes a bit of concern… but not this time! Inside a former bank vault hidden beneath a high rise building in Tokyo’s Otemachi business district, a square kilometer of subterranean soil has been planted with rice. There are also different rooms for growing tomatoes, lettuces, strawberries, and other fruits and vegetables, as well as flowers and herbs.

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