This is Toyota's idea of the future.

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Toyota's Woven City should house around 2,000 people when it's fully built.

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Large pedestrian areas and traffic lanes dedicated to different kinds of vehicles are hallmarks of this planned town.

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The Woven City is being designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and his firm, the Bjarke Ingels Group.

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The Woven City is situated near Japan's iconic Mount Fuji.

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The Woven city will occupy a 175-acre plot of land where an old factory was located.   

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Residents are expected to move into this town in around five years. 

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Large promenades like this are similar to marketplaces found in old European towns. 

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Greenery will be a major part of the Woven City.

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