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The Keihin region or keihin chiho refers to the industrial region of Tokyo, Yokohama and Kawasaki though most of it is clustered around Kawasaki along Tokyo Bay. Keihin is one of the important industrial districts in Japan with huge factories lit up at night which appears as a kind of efficient artwork, almost, depending on your point of view. In recent years, despite its pollution, it has become something of a tourist attraction in Japan. In fact the city of Kawasaki is promoting it as such these days, with boat cruises and guided tours of the factories.
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The Keihin region or keihin chiho refers to the industrial region of Tokyo, Yokohama and Kawasaki though most of it is clustered around Kawasaki along Tokyo Bay.  Keihin is one of the important industrial districts in Japan with huge factories lit up at night which appears as a kind of efficient artwork, almost, depending on your point of view.  In recent years, despite its pollution, it has become something of a tourist attraction in Japan.  In fact the city of Kawasaki is promoting it as such these days, with boat cruises and guided tours of the factories.