During a recent trip to Japan I went to a famous book store across the street from Tokyo Station to buy a book for my daughter. I was very surprised to learn they had two beehives on the roof of the building as part of the B-Bee project (the page is only in Japanese, you can use Bing Translator to have an idea of the content).
I considered Tokyo a hostile environment for honeybees, equivalent to a desert, however the beehives were very healthy and the honey production very rich.
A little research showed that it’s actually a great place for honey bees, very close to the imperial palace park.
In this season there is plenty of food for pollinators!