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March 11, 2012
Japanese customers can ride the last remaining tram in Tokyo from a bygone era
See the best of Tokyo with Lonely Planet
Last tram in Tokyo from a bygone era
can be found at Toden Arakawa Line,
nearest station is Monowa Station
on thye Hibiya line
: Last Tram through Tokyo
Life & Leisure
Australian Financial Review
March 9 - 11. 2012 page L12
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