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Remaking Japan Requires Breaking Rules With Ground Zero Plan

Yoshihiro Murai, governor of Miyagi, the prefecture that was the ground zero of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, stands before a gathering in Tokyo of 300 representatives of Japan’s biggest companies and community organizations.

It’s his last stop of the day and his third visit to the capital in a month. He’s 190 miles from home.