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One of the many questions asked by baffled first-time visitors to Japan is: where does all the garbage go? There aren’t many bins on the streets, nor are there many street cleaners, and yet the cities are immaculately – and seemingly miraculously – spotless. Just how do Japanese people pull off this magic trick? To play your part in keeping the streets clean and to reduce your need for waste solutions, here are a few pointers.
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