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Report Summary:
Tokyo's long history with natural catastrophes has shaped the way the city has established a framework for urban resilience that has lasted to present day. ULI Asia Pacific’s report, In the Eye of the Storm, takes a look into how the combination of physical and cultural preparedness has propelled Tokyo into becoming one of the most resilient cities in the world.

Report Summary: Tokyo's long history with natural catastrophes has shaped the way the city has established a framework for urban resilience that has lasted to present day. ULI Asia Pacific’s report, In the Eye of the Storm, takes a look into how the combination of physical and cultural preparedness has propelled Tokyo into becoming one of the most resilient cities in the world.

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