Tokyo’s Akari neighborhood has the dubious distinction of being one of the worst places to live in the world for air quality.

It’s the result of a series of industrial-scale projects including the construction of a massive coal-fired power plant.

The city’s pollution comes from a combination of the burning of fossil fuels and toxic chemicals, including benzene, carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide.

According to the Japanese government, the emissions are so bad they can cause birth defects and other serious health problems.

It has long been widely believed that pollution is a problem in Japan because of its isolation, but this new report says the problem is more widespread.

According with new findings by the Japan Pollution Control Agency, the pollution in the city is a combination, from industrial to residential.

The agency said the pollution is especially dangerous because it’s spread from the city’s main industrial district to residential areas.

Akari is a densely populated city with about 25,000 residents and is a popular tourist destination.

The pollution is spread out across the city, from residential areas to commercial areas, and from residential to commercial zones.

The pollution is the result, the agency said, of an extensive series of projects which were carried out over the course of the past two decades.

The construction of the coal-burning power plant, it said, resulted in the construction and installation of more than 10,000 units, with the most noticeable impact in residential areas, which had more than 70 percent of the emissions.

The coal-fuelled power plant is located on a residential street in the neighborhood.

Akari City is the second-most polluted city in Japan behind Nagoya, which has a population of 4.6 million.

The city has long struggled to deal with its air pollution problems.

In 2016, it surpassed the national average for particulate matter in the air, with pollution measuring over 5 micrograms per cubic meter.