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TOKYO Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Liberal Democratic Party was on track for a stinging defeat in an election in the Japanese capital on Sunday, exit polls showed, signaling trouble for the Japanese leader, who has suffered from slumping support because of a scandal over suspected favoritism for a friend's business. On the surface, the Tokyo Metropolitan assembly election is a referendum on Governor Yuriko Koike's year in office, but a poor showing for Abe's party will also be taken as rebuke of his 4-1/2-year-old administration. Public broadcaster NHK said Koike's Tokyo Citizens First party and its allies were on track for between 73 to 85 seats in the 127-seat assembly. The LDP was forecast to take between 13 and 39, down from 57 before the poll and possibly its worst showing ever. "I am very happy that I got everyone's understanding," a smiling Koike said in televised remarks after the exit polls were released. NHK said her own new party was set to win 48 to 50 seats. Past Tokyo elections have been bellwethers for national trends. A 2009 Tokyo poll in which the LDP won just 38 seats was followed by its defeat in a general election that year, although this time no lower house poll need be held until late 2018. Koike, a media-savvy ex-defense minister and former LDP member pushing a reformist message, was aiming for her Tokyo Citizens First party and allies to win a majority in the assembly, to end the LDP's domination of the chamber.
In 2014 it was reported that Toys R Us - which was established in 1957 and is now privately owned - was going to close around 100 stores as it struggled to keep up with competition. In 2015 the toy shop chain closed its famous New York location in Times Square. Dormant: This old Toys R Us looks rather uninviting with dead leaves sprinkled on the driveway and grey skies looming Permanently shut: Wooden boarding prevents vandals from entering this former Toys R Us store. It appears the shop has been closed for quite some time with plants emerging out of the concrete Redundant: Signs for the toy store can be seen slowly rusting in a state of neglect. The demise of brick-and-mortar stores has been felt all over the world, with shopping malls taking a major hit in the light of online retail Fading fun house: A doorway at this Toys R Us store appears boarded up and a sign has been altered by vandals According to a spokesman for the toy chain, rising rent costs were behind the decision to close, as the price per square foot of ground floor space had ballooned from $400-per-year when the shop opened in 2001 to $2,000 14 years on. With 21,000ft of ground-level space to its name, that means the Times Square store was costing Toys R Us at least $42million per year in rent, without accounting for the additional 89,000sqft on the floors above, the 350 staff or the store's signature wacky attractions. The company's other brand includes Babies R Us. The demise of brick-and-mortar stores has been felt all over the world, with shopping malls taking a major hit in the light of online retail. In 2015, one of the world's biggest shopping malls in Ohio was pulled down after shutting its doors in 2009 as a consequence of the recession. The end of the rainbow: This former Toys R Us in North Randall, Ohio, stands deserted with an empty car park and blacked out windows Dated: This former Toys R Us location looks rather ominous, with crumbling paint work and autumnal trees in the background Cover up: Black paint was used to try and disguise this Toys R Us sign, but the layer has gradually peeled off to reveal the text underneath Who will buy? A sign on this old Toys R Us store signals that the building is now up for lease The company's other brand includes Babies R Us. A passer-by captured a photo of a derelict Babies R Us store, with the company logo just visible THE DEATH OF BRICK-AND-MORTAR STORES: INSIDE THE CRUMBLING OHIO MALL BEFORE DEMOLITION These are the eerie images of the abandoned shopping centre that was once the biggest in the world.
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