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    Hey guys, I know some cities in the world are heavily polluted, for example San Francisco and China. I know Japan is heavily populated, so what are the areas there that have high pollution and that one should try and avoid?

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    I have read that pilluted air moves in from China as well as from Siberia and passes over the Sea of Japan. As a consequence, the western side of Japan receives much higher precipitation (i.e. snowfall) totals than the eastern coastline.


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    Seriously there's no way to avoid pollution even our homes are also polluted but we can manage by taking any antioxidants (example drinking tea, coffee and etc.)


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    Thanks for the advice guys. I know that there is no way to avoid pollution, but there is a way to avoid areas that are more polluted than others- for example, San Francisco is much more polluted than Montana.


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    I heard from travelers that Japan and Germany are some of the most cleanest and most organized places on the planet. But it doesn't mean it's perfect, all countries have their own pollution problems.
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    That is very great to know. I know that Tokyo is one of the most populated cities in the world, so I assumed that around that area there would be heavy pollution.


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