Japan is the world's third largest economy yet its poverty rate is high, with one out of 7 children living below the threshold. Having witnessed this reality, Ghana-native Tony Justice founded a soup kitchen offering free meals to kids. But Japan's strict regulations and procedures are getting in the way of his project's success. Join us as we follow the daily struggles of this man driven by his motherland's altruistic culture. We also hop into the cab of an Austrian taxi driver in Tokyo.
Tony prepares free meals for children
Tony enjoys drum sessions with kids
Locals give support to Tony's cafeteria
Austrian-native cab driver Wolfgang loves driving around Tokyo