Tokyo’s Train Station Farms Let Riders Flex Their Green Thumbs

Tokyo’s Train Station Farms Let Riders Flex Their Green Thumbs

Urban railways turned into urban farms help revitalize the area along the train line.

Daniela Walker
  • 24 march 2014

When you think of Tokyo you don’t think of green spaces – you think of smog and skyscrapers, and people, lots of people. But in an effort to ‘green the city’, officials have given up the space on the roof train stations to make community gardens.

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