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A study by the Japanese government found that 251 out of 852 buildings in Tokyo are in danger of collapsing if a 6.0-magnitude earthquake on the Japan Meteorological Agency seismic intensity scale hits the city, Japan Today reported. The study included large structures such as hospitals, schools, and department stores as well as buildings located near major transportation arteries such as high-speed Shinkansen rail tracks and expressways. The study found that the 109 shopping mall in Shibuya was at the greatest danger of collapsing.