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Lessons from the Bees: The Rooftop Hives of Central Tokyo

Today, we share an translated article published in the English page of Nippon.com (originally written in Japanese by Sakurai Shin and published on May 12, 2016. Photos © Nagasaka Yoshiki). Back in 2006, the Ginza Honey Bee Project set up hives on the top of a multistory building in central Tokyo. A decade on, the project is a regular supplier of honey to local businesses and continues to provide food for thought on the relationship between the urban and natural environments.

Here is the article: Lessons from the Bees: The Rooftop Hives of Central Tokyo

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