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  • [1]Tokyo (東京 Tōkyō?) is the capital city of Japan and is located at the south eastern end of Honshu island. As of 2014, JETs were brought to mainland Tokyo and there are currently more than 350 JETs across Tokyo working in both Public and Private high schools.
  • Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. It is the capital of Japan and the most populous metropolitan area in the world.
  • Tokyo! is a 2008 anthology film containing three segments written by three non-Japanese directors, all of which were filmed in Tokyo, Japan. Michel Gondry directed "Interior Design", Leos Carax directed "Merde", and Bong Joon-ho directed "Shaking Tokyo".
  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city in Japan. Tokyo is the largest city in the world by population and by area. It has many restaurants, malls, skyscrapers, and tourist attractions. The Simpsons visit the city.
  • It has also faced many apocalyptic scenarios, such as several Godzirra attacks. Tokyo is known to be the most technologically advanced city in the world, which means the people of Tokyo are smarter then you especially since you're spending your time reading this. The city itself constantly mocks Canada for it's stupidity, which defies logic, because it's not smart to make fun of the world's nuclear power.
  • Tokyo is the sixth level in Twisted Metal III and a similar level can be played in Twisted Metal: Head-On.
  • "Tokyo" is the largest city and capitol of Japan. When the UNITY Intercept Team discovered that Cate Archer had been seriously injured by Isako, their instructions was to rescue Agent Archer and get her safely to Tokyo. (Cooperative Mission 1- The Rescue, No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.'s Way)
  • Tokyo is both the capital and largest city of Japan. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government.
  • Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, and the largest metropolitan area of the world It is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family. Tokyo is in the Kantō region on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu and includes the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands. Tokyo Metropolis was formed in 1943 from the merger of the former Tokyo Prefecture and the city of Tokyo.
  • Tokyo is one of the main locations in the Slash series and some other fanfics made by Ryuu the Ancient Keyblade Master.
  • Tokyo (東京; auch Tokio; jap.: östliche Hauptstadt) ist die Hauptstadt Japans. Die gesamte Stadt umfasst 23 Bezirke mit insgesamt 8.483.050 Einwohnern, die Metropolregion sogar 34.471.652 Einwohner, welche somit die größte Metropolregion der Welt ist. 1446 begann die Stadtgeschichte, zunächst noch unter dem Namen Edo, was schon bald das Handelszentrum Japans wurde. 1886 wurde Burg Edo der heutige Kaiserpalast und die Stadt wurde in Tokyo umgenannt.
  • The Tokyo conspiracy is associated with the Alphabet Project, a secret research initiative within the Japanese government led by group of old politicians who were alive during the Second World War and retain the ideals of Imperial Japan. The Alphabet Project was intended to weaponize the Hinamizawa Syndrome, presumably with the intent to use against the US and/or Soviet Union in order to make Japan the dominant power in the world.
  • (Tokyo Nights) Tokyo is a very busy place full of buildings, shops, construction areas working with construction and ratation. Nature there is replaced by technology and businesses. (Final Battle) This is the part of Tokyo that has already been destroyed by Evil Way Big and Psyphon's red army. There are cumbling buildings, fires, scared and indangered citizens, gates, tunnel vents, shafts with web graps, giant crates and access buttons.
  • It's a stage from Sin & Punishment.
  • Name: Tokyo Year: 1999
  • Tokyo is a city on Earth in the country of Japan. The city of Kyoto is considered popular for anagram lovers working with Tokyo. On December 31, 1999, Tokyo was host to New Year's Eve celebrations.
  • The flag of Tokyo.
  • This article is a Stub.
  • Tokyo (formerly Edo) is the capital city of Japan.
  • Tokyo is a City
  • Tokyo is a grid in Clockwork Planet series.
  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city in Japan.
  • Tokyo is the capital city of Japan.
  • Tokyo is the capital of the country Japan.
  • Tokyo was the capital city of Japan.
  • Tokyo is the city that Ginta, Koyuki and Ginta's mom live in. It is seen at the start of the series before Ginta leaves, as well as brief interludes where Koyuki is seen telling Ginta's mom about their adventures and reassuring her that her son is still alive. An arc in the anime beginning in Episode 59 and lasting until ~Episode 61 also involve a focus on Tokyo.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan where Mariko Tanaka's family lives. Hunter once proposed to visit Australia on their next leave, and then catch a low-orbital flight up to Tokyo and visit her family.
  • [Source] Tokyo (東京) is the capital of Japan.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan. During the 2011 convergence, Tokyo was one of the cities where anomalies opened. (Episode 5.5)
  • Tokyo is the capital city and most populous city of Japan. As an aircraft name, Tokyo may be: * Stratocruiser Tokyo - Boeing 377 c/n 15954 operated by Northwest Orient Air Lines
  • Tokyo is a major city in Japan. The gang has been there on more than one occasion.
  • Tokyo, of the Kanto region of Japan, is commonly known for being blown up, utterly destroyed, invaded by monsters, and the site of many a strange event. Much of this is perpetuated by use of Tokyo for said things in anime and monster films. For this reason, when an author feels like doing a megacrossover and it does not involve Harry Potter or generally American characters, it is likely going to be an anime crossover and Tokyo will be the epicenter of it all. If a fanfic takes place in Tokyo for no reason at all, it is likely that this is a badfic, or a contrived humorfic.
  • Located on the plain of Honshu, Tokyo is the capital city of Japan. It served as headquarters for the Imperial Government at the time and was constantly bombed by the Allies toward the end of the war.
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  • Tokyo was a city in Japan on Terra. By 2085, it was connected by jet tube to Darwin and Honolulu.
  • Interprete Lanzamiento Apariciones Duración Álbum Anterior soundtrack Siguiente soundtrack Este es el primer Soundtrack del álbum Resident Evil: Afterlife Original Soundtrack, su compositor es Tomandandy. Categoría:Soundtrack Categoría:Resident Evil: Afterlife
  • Tokyo (東京), also known as Acid Tokyo by fans, is the most trascendental world visited in Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, due to its later connections to Clow Country. It is also the longest world/arc visited. In the manga, its story covers the end of Volume 14 until the beginning of Volume 18. This world was not shown in the anime, however, the Tsubasa TOKYO REVELATIONS OVA's covered these events, and they are quite accurate to the story told in the manga although some details are different.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan. The city of Shimana on the planet Hidoma is similar to Tokyo. (RPG: "First Steps: The Stargate Unexplored Worlds Roleplaying Sourcebook") According to his clone, Dr. Carson Beckett has been once to Tokyo. (SGA: "Outsiders")
  • Considered by some to just be an urban myth, the fictional town of Tokyo was an area of the world where Santa Claus reigned supreme. Under the rule of the great Santa Clausian dictator, Wang Mang, Tokyo became an economic superpower.
  • Works that use Tokyo as their primary setting include: * 20 Mensou ni Onegai * Tokyo Babylon * Clamp School Detectives * Duklyon: Clamp School Defenders * Cardcaptor Sakura * Chobits Additionally, the opening and closing scenes of Miyuki-chan in Wonderland presumably take place there as well.
  • Tokyo was a city in Japan. In 2286, when the Whale Probe was trying to contact humpback whales in the Pacific Ocean, Tokyo was reported as having total cloud coverage. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)
  • It was a City. Fharlie Irancanadabelgium i Tran died in Tokyo. The smallest cattery in Japan was located here. King Dairick Overmars the 1st was born in the city of Tokyo.
  • Tokyo is divided into 24 wards. For more information on the wards 1-23 in reality, see also special wards of Tokyo.
  • Tokyo, Japan is a city that appears in Midnight Club II, Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix, and Midnight Club: Los Angeles Remix.
  • Tokyo (東京 Tōkyō) is the third episode of Kamen Rider Kuuga.
  • Major city on planet Earth; Tokyo was said to be one of the locations under demonic invasion in the Earth-Hell War.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan, a country of Earth. After her transformation, Insectosaurus attacked it, eating it before she was captured.
  • Tokyo is a city in Japan and the biggest city in the world with over 40 million inhabitants
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  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city of Japan. Its metropolitan area has about 12,800,000 people.
  • Tokyo is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family.
  • Tokyo (東京) is the capital city of Japan, and a recurring location in the series.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan and a very large crowded city with a population of over 12 million. Tokyo is an important industrial and commercial centre. Tokyo is also a beautiful city with a historic past.
  • Tokyo is a city in Japan. It is home to the Tokyo Sanctuary.
  • Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is one of 47 prefectures of Japan, and the only "metropolitan prefecture", that combines elements of both a city and a prefecture. As the capital of Japan, Tokyo has the largest metropolitan economy in the world, hosting many of the most important companies in the world, such as Stark-Fujikawa
  • Tokyo (東京) is the capital city of Japan. It has been featured in some recent real-world Ace Combat games, especially as the setting of the first act of Ace Combat: Joint Assault. The Tokyo map is available as downloadable content for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon's multiplayer mode. It is also the setting of some single-player and multiplayer missions in Ace Combat Infinity. __TOC__
  • Name: Tokyo Factions: * Law Enforcement Department * Freedom Defense Corps * Guardians of Mankind
  • Tokyo is one of the largest cities on Earth. It has lots of awesome stuff such as Pokemon and lame and cringe stuff. It is located in Japan where most of the city has slanted eye people. (No offense if you have slanted eyes) It is also the location of various animes.
  • Tokyo (東京), the setting of Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE, is the capital of the nation of Japan as well as its most populous city. It is also one of the nation's forty-seven prefectures. The Tokyo Metropolis consists of twenty-three special wards, as well as an additional twenty-six cities that make up western Tokyo. Tokyo is a key location in Atlus's Megami Tensei franchise and serves as the setting for titles in the Shin Megami Tensei series and numerous spin-offs.
  • Tokyo is a location visited by the S.S. Tipton in the episode "Trouble in Tokyo". It is located in Japan.
  • Azabu-Juuban (麻布十番) is a neighborhood in the Azabu district of Minato-ku, Tokyo. In the anime it was Usagi's home as well as home for many of her friends. Most of the Sailor Moon storyline took place in Azabu-Juuban. Naoko Takeuchi has spent a lot of time in the area around Azabu-Juuban and integrated those experiences into her story.
  • Tokyo is the capital city of the island nation of Japan. It was the epicenter of the Global T-Virus pandemic, and later, headquarters for an Umbrella facility in which Albert Wesker resided in.
  • Tokyo (detta comunemente Kyoto) è a tempo perso la capitale del Giappone, nonché principale meta di alieni tentacolari che vogliono invadere la Terra o semplicemente divertirsi con qualche bella gattina.
  • Tokyo är huvudstaden i Japan. Staden av Shimana på planeten Hidoma liknar Tokyo. (RPG: "Stargate SG-1: First Steps: The Stargate Unexplored Worlds Roleplaying Sourcebook") Carson Beckett har varit en gång i Tokyo. (ATL: "Outsiders") kategori:Bosättningar kategori:Platser i Asien
  • Tokyo was a city in Japan that which was, like the rest of the world, taken over by the machines during the Machine War. When the Hovercraft known as the Mariner was severely attacked by Sentinels, it crash-landed near the place.
  • Tokyo was announced to be implemented as the next city, coming to HKO in summer 2010. For more details of the announcement of April 28th 2010 click here: [1] In Oct-Nov 2011, there was a Hello Kitty Birthday Bash: Tokyo Trip, which the top 20 players from the daily events could tour Tokyo. Screens were taken of the trip, but players were asked to not post them online. (A GM said not to, while another GM said they could.) However, it was decided to not post these Tokyo screens until Tokyo is ready to be opened, which is still unknown.
  • Tokyo (東京) is the largest city in Japan and the de-facto capital, as it is the seat of the country's government. Contained in one of its many wards is the Higurashi shrine, where Kagome Higurashi lives, and nearby is also her junior high school. During the feudal era, the city was known as Edo. It was not as large as it currently is, and the area around Kagome's home was, back then, in some woods near Kaede's village. This article or section is a stub. You can help by [ expanding it] or contributing to the discussion.
  • Tokyo is a venue in the rock band series where you only play downloadable songs
  • Tōkyō (東京 en japonais, ) est la capitale du Japon depuis 1868. Tōkyō signifie littéralement « capitale (京) de l’est (東) » (par opposition à 京都, Kyōto, littéralement « ville capitale », la précédente capitale, située plus à l'ouest) ; son ancien nom est Edo (江戸), « porte de la rivière ».
  • Tokyo (東京 Tōkyō) is a city in the country of Japan on Earth. It seems to be a magnet for disaster, as it is always under attack by super-powered Transformers and the occasional giant lizard.
  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city in Japan. Keiko Arahida lived in Tokyo. Bryce Varley went to Tokyo to try to find Keiko, but he was unsuccessful. ("Believe") "TOKYO" appears in orange on Dyson Frost's wall. ("The Garden of Forking Paths")
  • Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō), also known as Acid Tokyo by fans, is one of the worlds visited by the group in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle. It is where a turning point in the story occurs. And in the original series called Magic Knight Rayearth take by the three girls lived by their home place from inspiration.
  • Japan was targeted by Count Cruhteo to take control of the country in which Princess Asseylum Vers Allusia was thought to be assassinated in. Castle Cruhteo is positioned in Tokyo. Vlad in the Argyre is seen defeating a platoon of KG-7 Areion's in the streets. (AZ: "Princess of VERS", "Beyond the Horizon")
  • Some years before Day 1, the Aum Shunrikyo doomsday cult set off sarin nerve gas bombs on the subways of Tokyo as part of a terrorist attack. (Head Shot)
  • Tokyo was originally known as "Edo", meaning "estuary." Its name was changed to Tokyo (Tōkyō: tō (east) + kyō (capital)) when it became the de facto imperial capital in 1868.
  • The majority of the Shinobi series is set in Tokyo, with the exception of the Ibakari Province. The city was the home of the Neo Zeed's headquarters and is where Joe Musashi disguised himself as a news vendor in his search for Naoko. After saving his lover, Musashi stayed in the city to keep tabs on the Four Elements, a group of Neo Zeed ninja who had taken up work under the Yakuza.
  • Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō, "Eastern Capital") (Japanese pronunciation: [toːkjoː], English /ˈtoʊki.oʊ/); officially Tokyo Metropolis (東京都, Tōkyō-to), is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, and the largest metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family. Tokyo is in the Kantō region on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu and includes the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands. Tokyo Metropolis was formed in 1943 from the merger of the former Tokyo Prefecture (東京府, Tōkyō-fu) and the city of Tokyo (東京市, Tōkyō-shi).
  • In 2008, a Samurai warrior was brought forward to the early 21st century by the Rift Manipulator where he began to terrorise travellers on the Tokyo subway system. (TV: End of Days) In the same year Coldfire Construction put up a reactor in Peking. This was causing a massive los of power in Peking which was spreading towards Kunming, Shanghai, Pyongyang and Tokyo. (TV: Revenge of the Slitheen) In the Year That Never Was, Japan (most likely including Tokyo) was destroyed by . This was undone when Jack Harkness destroyed the paradox machine. (TV: Last of the Time Lords)
  • It all started with Tōkyō originally being a small fishing village, and named Edo. Soon in the 12th century it was fortified by Edo clan and soon in 1457 Edo Castle was built by Ōta Dōkan. Finally in 1590 Tokugawa Ieyasu made Edo his area and after he became shogun around 1603, Edo became into a city and soon grew to be one of the largest cities in the world. It also became the capital of Japan even though the Emperor lived in Kyoto. In 1869 Emperor Meiji moved to Edo. From there Edo became the capital of Japan, and soon Edo became Tōkyō. Tōkyō can also be seen in:
  • The political and economic center of Japan, Tokyo is the center of the largest metropolis in the world at 35 1/2 million people, roughly 30% of the entire Japanese population. (OK, legally Tokyo is one of Japan's 47 prefectures that encompasses the original city itself and the western suburbs, but the whole place including Saitama, Chiba, and Yokohama is so crowded and built-up it's easier to count it as a city.) That's pretty much the reason why Tokyo Is the Center of the Universe as far as Japanese media is concerned. Then 1991 came around.
  • Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, used to be called Edo (also spelled Yedo or Yeddo, Japanese: 江戸, literally: bay-door, "estuary", pronounced /edo/). The city's prosperous history dates back to the 1460s, when Ohta Do-kan, one of the feudal rulers, built the original Edo Castle. In 1603, when Tokugawa Ieyasu in Edo received the title of 'shogun' and the Tokugawa shogunate began, Edo became the political centre of Japan, while the capital was in Kyoto in the west. In 1868, with the Tokugawa shogunate coming to an end, the new government decided to make Edo official capital of Japan and renamed the city as "the Eastern (東) Capital (京)". This is when the name "Tokyo (東京)" came into being.
  • Originally a small fishing village, Tokyo grew to become the seat of the Japanese government and the current home of the Japanese Imperial Family, who live within Edo Castle at the original heart of the city. By 1695 it had grown to posses a population of around 800,000 people, making it the largest city in the world at that time. Today it is an Alpha+ Global City that contributes to the global economy alongside cities such as Sydney, Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore.
  • Tokyo has enacted a measure to cut greenhouse gases. Governor Shintaro Ishihara created Japan's first emissions cap system, aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emission by a total of 25% by 2020 from the 2000 level. Tokyo is an example of an urban heat island, and the phenomenon is especially serious in its special wards. According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the annual mean temperature has increased by about 3 °C (5.4 °F) over the past 100 years. Tokyo has been cited as a "convincing example of the relationship between urban growth and climate."
  • Tokyo (東京都) is the capital city of Japan. It has a population of more than 13 million people, and the seat of the Japanese Emperor and the Japanese government are located there. It lays in the Kanto region, in the South-eastern part of Japan's biggest islands, Honshu. Its metropolitan area, known as Greater Tokyo Area, is the biggest agglomeration in the world, and includes, between others, the whole prefecture of Saitama, where Kasukabe, hometown of Shin-chan and main location of the Crayon Shin-chan series, lays.
  • Capital region of Japan. If you are looking for fun day trips in Tokyo, you might want to pick up the "Tokyo and Yokohama Guide" (free!) at the Tsukuba Information Center. The guide is produced by Metropolis and is about 60 pages long. It gives you ideas about what you can find in the various areas of Tokyo and Yokohama, and also about the shopping, dining, and nightlife options in each area.
  • Tokyo was the capital city of Japan on Earth. The Federation starship USS Tokyo was named for this city. During the Eugenics Wars, the city was nearly completely destroyed. Afterwards, Tokyo was rebuilt (using north-south and east-west streets, numerical street names and parallel addresses for most buildings). (Last Unicorn RPG module: A Cadet's Guide to Sector 001 Earth) Hiromi Takeshewada grew up in Tokyo. (TOS - The Brave and the Bold, Book One novella: The First Artifact) Starfleet Research and Development have a facility in Tokyo. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual)
  • thumb|220pxTokyo ist eine geheime Organisation, die die Irie-Institution finanziert. Sie besteht unter anderem aus Politikern, Militärs und Finanzexperten. Das ursprüngliche Ziel der Organisation ist es, Japans Macht zu vergrößern, unter anderem durch eine effektivere Bewaffnung. Es gibt allerdings unterschiedliche Fraktionen in der Organisation. Viele Mitglieder scheinen an die Zeit vor dem Zweiten Weltkrieg anknüpfen zu wollen. Sie wollen eine bakterielle Waffe, da Japan keine Atomwaffen besitzen darf. Miyos Beschützer, Herr Koizumi, gehört zu dieser Fraktion. Natürlich ist das gegen das UN-Abkommen, das biologische Waffen verbietet. Japan hätte jedoch mit einer solchen Geheimwaffe theoretisch die Möglichkeit, seinen politischen Einfluss durch militärische Macht zu vergrößern. Andere Mit
  • The Tokyo metropolis was the de facto capital of Japan on Earth. Tokyo was legally a prefecture that uniquely also provided some of the services characteristic of a city. Its 23 special wards were, administratively, cities in their own right. The Akihabara district located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo was very famous as a high tech district of Japan. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity) Tokyo expanded since the 20th century. During the 24th century, Kyoto became a suburb of Tokyo. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity)
  • Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō), officially Tokyo Metropolis (東京都, Tōkyō-to), is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and located on the eastern side of the main island Honshū. The twenty-three special wards of Tokyo, each governed as a city, cover the area that was once the city of Tokyo in the eastern part of the prefecture, and total over 8 million people. The population of the prefecture exceeds 12 million. The prefecture is the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, the world's most populous metropolitan area with 35 million people.
  • The city is large, populous, and vibrant, often juxtaposing against the relatively calm and quiet landscape of Itomori. Many landmarks from the real-life Tokyo are featured in the film, such as: the NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building, the Pedestrian Bridge at Shinanomachi Station, Suga Shrine, and the Shinjuku Underpass. Taki and Miss Okudera also visit the National Art Center for their date. Tokyo is also the place where Mitsuha Miyamizu wished to live as a "handsome Tokyo boy" in her next life.
  • Tokyo is the final competition level of the game. Unlike most other competition levels in the Tony Hawk Series, this level is based off of a real location, but the level's skating zones are fictional. The only other competition level that shares this trait is Roswell, New Mexico.
  • Le Shogun est placé sous l'autorité suprême de l'Empereur du Japon, même si depuis toujours, tout le monde préfère éviter que ce dernier dirige le pays. La réalité est donc que le Shogun respecte profondément la volonté de l'Empereur, mais que tout aussi profondément, il l'emmerde, parce qu'il fait qu'est-ce qu'il veut.
  • This page gives you the opportunity to redirect to the wiki covering this topic or stay on the Crossgen Comics Database. Clicking on the link below will redirect you to the Tokyo Wikipedia article. Take me to the Wikipedia [ Tokyo] article. Click here to return to the Crossgen Comics Database main page or just hit your browsers back button to return to your previous page. These Redirect pages can be eliminated in either of two ways. * #1 Create a article of our own for this page. * #2 On every page a Tokyo link exists make a direct link to the original Wikipedia article.
  • Tokyo è la capitale del Giappone, situata nell'isola di Honshu. Si tratta di una metropoli comprendnete varie municipalità e quartieri speciali. Nel doppiaggio italiano della serie animata viene ribattezzata Nuova Luxor per via dell'abitudine (allora molto diffusa) di eliminare nei doppiaggi degli anime i riferimenti a culture non occidentali. Nella serie classica è la città di provenienza dei cinque protagonsiti (seiya, Shiryu, Hyoga, Shun e Ikki) e di altri personaggi tra cui Tatsumi e Miho. E' anche la città adottiva di Saori Kido ed il luogo dove ha sede la fondazione Grado.
  • Tokyo (Tōkyō- to, literalment ‘Capital de le est’) es le capital de facto de Japan, located en le centre-est de le isle de Honshu, especifikment en le Region de Kanto. Le citie forme une de le 47 prefectures de Japan, pero su oficial nome es metropolis or capital (都 -to). Le citie es le centre de le politik, economie, educacion, comunicacion et popular culture de le pais.
  • This page gives you the opportunity to redirect to the original article that is on Wikipedia or stay on the American Football Database. Clicking on the link on this page will redirect to Wikipedia's Tokyo article. Take me to the [ Tokyo] article on Wikipedia. Click here to return to the American Football Database main page or just hit your browsers back button to return to your previous page. These Redirect pages should be eliminated in either of two ways. Things to think about:
  • The headings in this section provide links to some of the topics in the Ideas Bank. Click on the Ideas Bank link, or to see a full list of topics. * Tokyo is a member of the Large Cities Climate Leadership Group Tokyo has enacted a measure to cut greenhouse gases. Governor Shintaro Ishihara created Japan's first emissions cap system, aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emission by a total of 25 percent by 2020 from the 2000 level.
  • Tokyo's population consists mainly of Westerners who are enchanted by (but ignorant of) Oriental culture, as well as native Tokyo residents, who are enchanted by (but ignorant of) Western fashion. Tokyoites prefer mecha and are often attacked by robots and shamans in large groups at malls and in karaoke torture boxes. It is common for Tokyoites to communicate non-verbally for days at a time using a host of digital devices embedded in their genitalia. Tokyo's main exports include besuboru, ninjas, and the occasional robot.
  • Tokyo (東京), formerly Edo (江戸), is the new capital of Japan, the seat of the Meiji Government, the largest metropolitan area in the country and the nation's center of culture for the Meiji era. While serving only as a large center of commerce from its founding in the twelfth century until the end of the Tokugawa era, Edo was still second to Kyoto, which had always been the nation's capital and the residence of the Emperor. However, after the end of the bakumatsu and the start of the Meiji era, the Emperor moved to Edo in 1869, renaming it Tokyo (meaning "Eastern capital") and established it as the new official seat of government, both royal and municipal.
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  • [1]Tokyo (東京 Tōkyō?) is the capital city of Japan and is located at the south eastern end of Honshu island. As of 2014, JETs were brought to mainland Tokyo and there are currently more than 350 JETs across Tokyo working in both Public and Private high schools.
  • Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. It is the capital of Japan and the most populous metropolitan area in the world.
  • Tokyo! is a 2008 anthology film containing three segments written by three non-Japanese directors, all of which were filmed in Tokyo, Japan. Michel Gondry directed "Interior Design", Leos Carax directed "Merde", and Bong Joon-ho directed "Shaking Tokyo".
  • Capital region of Japan. If you are looking for fun day trips in Tokyo, you might want to pick up the "Tokyo and Yokohama Guide" (free!) at the Tsukuba Information Center. The guide is produced by Metropolis and is about 60 pages long. It gives you ideas about what you can find in the various areas of Tokyo and Yokohama, and also about the shopping, dining, and nightlife options in each area. And, while you are at the Tsukuba Information Center, you can also pick up the latest editions of Metropolis magazine, which is a weekly treasure trove of information about what is happening in the Tokyo area.
  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city in Japan. Tokyo is the largest city in the world by population and by area. It has many restaurants, malls, skyscrapers, and tourist attractions. The Simpsons visit the city.
  • It has also faced many apocalyptic scenarios, such as several Godzirra attacks. Tokyo is known to be the most technologically advanced city in the world, which means the people of Tokyo are smarter then you especially since you're spending your time reading this. The city itself constantly mocks Canada for it's stupidity, which defies logic, because it's not smart to make fun of the world's nuclear power.
  • Tokyo is the sixth level in Twisted Metal III and a similar level can be played in Twisted Metal: Head-On.
  • "Tokyo" is the largest city and capitol of Japan. When the UNITY Intercept Team discovered that Cate Archer had been seriously injured by Isako, their instructions was to rescue Agent Archer and get her safely to Tokyo. (Cooperative Mission 1- The Rescue, No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.'s Way)
  • Tokyo is both the capital and largest city of Japan. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government.
  • The political and economic center of Japan, Tokyo is the center of the largest metropolis in the world at 35 1/2 million people, roughly 30% of the entire Japanese population. (OK, legally Tokyo is one of Japan's 47 prefectures that encompasses the original city itself and the western suburbs, but the whole place including Saitama, Chiba, and Yokohama is so crowded and built-up it's easier to count it as a city.) That's pretty much the reason why Tokyo Is the Center of the Universe as far as Japanese media is concerned. Up to the end of the 16th Century, it was a small fishing village called Edo. The political center of Japan at the time was in Kyoto, while the economic center was in nearby Osaka - both located in the Kansai Plain. The Kanto Plain, where Tokyo now resides, was at the frontier of Japanese civilization (the "Wild East", as it were.) Following the Sengoku Jidai, Tokugawa Ieyasu set up shop in Edo because of its rich farmland and made it his center of power. The capital was still officially Kyoto, and the Emperor still lived there, but the true power in the 17th through mid-19th Centuries was in the Tokugawa Shogunate's hands. When Commodore Matthew Perry arrived in 1853 in his Black Ships, Japan realized just how far behind they were compared with the "barbarian" West, and set upon a crash modernization program. By this point, Edo had grown to a million people, and when the capital and the Emperor were transferred to the city it was renamed Tokyo, which literally means "Eastern Capital" (東京). From here on, Tokyo (really all of Japan's cities) exploded in growth as the nation industrialized. Tokyo had its share of disasters - the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 caused massive fires all over the city (it struck around lunchtime when people were cooking, and buildings were made of wood because said earthquakes discouraged building with heavier materials), and during World War 2 it was the target of many Allied air raids, the most (in)famous of which were firebombing runs. Tokyo wasn't the only city that got torched, but as the largest city and with so many buildings made of wood, those bombing runs killed more people (directly) than even the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This is part of the reason why The Tokyo Fireball is used so often in Japanese media - it's been such a part of their history (not that it's good or that it was just World War 2 that placed it in the collective conscious.) After the war Tokyo and the rest of Japan rebuilt themselves. Foreswearing war as a political tool (Article 9) and reliant on the US for defense in the Cold War, Japan set about dominating the world economically. The Japanese economic miracle in the 1960's and 70's was hailed as a triumph of capitalism, and Tokyo as the central engine of it rode the boom to the top of the world's greatest cities. The city felt the effects of success in the 1980's when real estate in Tokyo began to reach truly mind-boggling heights - by 1989, office space in Ginza, Tokyo's main business district, reach 100 million yen (US$1 million) per square meter. Corporate Japan felt invincible, and most of the US was inclined to agree. Then 1991 came around. The bubble burst, the Nikkei (the main stock index for the Tokyo Stock Exchange) tanked badly, Japan's economy hit turbulence, and thanks to the Japanese government's closeness with its business (to be fair, such closeness was what enabled Japan to rocket out of World War 2 destitution in the first place), it did too little too late to turn it around in time. Japan's economy has been stagnant ever since - two "Lost Decades". For Tokyo's part, it's real estate price fell to just 1% of that 100 million yen figure in 1989. Still, Tokyo continues to grow even as Japan as a whole ages and its overall population declines.
  • Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō), officially Tokyo Metropolis (東京都, Tōkyō-to), is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and located on the eastern side of the main island Honshū. The twenty-three special wards of Tokyo, each governed as a city, cover the area that was once the city of Tokyo in the eastern part of the prefecture, and total over 8 million people. The population of the prefecture exceeds 12 million. The prefecture is the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, the world's most populous metropolitan area with 35 million people. Tokyo was made the seat of the Shogunate and, by implication, the de facto capital city of Japan in 1603. During the War of the Three Powers, Tokyo is the seat of the Empire of the Rising Sun and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family - namely Emperor Yoshiro and Crown Prince Tatsu, to name a few. The city was largely destroyed during Operation Forever Sets the Sun, in which the Allied forces attacked Tokyo to bring about the end of the Empire.
  • Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, used to be called Edo (also spelled Yedo or Yeddo, Japanese: 江戸, literally: bay-door, "estuary", pronounced /edo/). The city's prosperous history dates back to the 1460s, when Ohta Do-kan, one of the feudal rulers, built the original Edo Castle. In 1603, when Tokugawa Ieyasu in Edo received the title of 'shogun' and the Tokugawa shogunate began, Edo became the political centre of Japan, while the capital was in Kyoto in the west. In 1868, with the Tokugawa shogunate coming to an end, the new government decided to make Edo official capital of Japan and renamed the city as "the Eastern (東) Capital (京)". This is when the name "Tokyo (東京)" came into being. Population: About 12 million people — 10 percent of Japan's population — live in Tokyo. Approximately 33–36 million live in the Greater Tokyo Area, which is a large metropolitan area consisting of the prefectures Chiba, Kanagawa, Saitama, and Tokyo. A popular destination for travelers from around the world, Japan is a country with a wonderful reputation for the latest technology and unique culture. Tokyo offers everything from pop culture to animation to advanced IT environments. People from foreign countries are often surprised by the crowded trains and traffics jams are also fascinated with the sophisticated service. Tokyo is one of the most interesting and exciting cities in the world.
  • Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, and the largest metropolitan area of the world It is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family. Tokyo is in the Kantō region on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu and includes the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands. Tokyo Metropolis was formed in 1943 from the merger of the former Tokyo Prefecture and the city of Tokyo.
  • Tokyo is one of the main locations in the Slash series and some other fanfics made by Ryuu the Ancient Keyblade Master.
  • Tokyo (東京; auch Tokio; jap.: östliche Hauptstadt) ist die Hauptstadt Japans. Die gesamte Stadt umfasst 23 Bezirke mit insgesamt 8.483.050 Einwohnern, die Metropolregion sogar 34.471.652 Einwohner, welche somit die größte Metropolregion der Welt ist. 1446 begann die Stadtgeschichte, zunächst noch unter dem Namen Edo, was schon bald das Handelszentrum Japans wurde. 1886 wurde Burg Edo der heutige Kaiserpalast und die Stadt wurde in Tokyo umgenannt.
  • Le Shogun est placé sous l'autorité suprême de l'Empereur du Japon, même si depuis toujours, tout le monde préfère éviter que ce dernier dirige le pays. La réalité est donc que le Shogun respecte profondément la volonté de l'Empereur, mais que tout aussi profondément, il l'emmerde, parce qu'il fait qu'est-ce qu'il veut. * Depuis 2003, le Shogun se nomme Ishikaka Hamtaro. C'est un homme politique, ancien membre du KGB et ultra-nationaliste, ultra-libéral, ultra-compact et favorable à une politique d'expansion du territoire Tokyoïste (il souhaiterait annexer tout le territoire de Honshu, avant de conquérir le reste du Japon). Malheureusement, les projets du Shogun sont difficiles à mener, les japonais ayant pour coutume de l'enfermer derrière une vitrine pour lui rendre hommage.
  • The city is large, populous, and vibrant, often juxtaposing against the relatively calm and quiet landscape of Itomori. Many landmarks from the real-life Tokyo are featured in the film, such as: the NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building, the Pedestrian Bridge at Shinanomachi Station, Suga Shrine, and the Shinjuku Underpass. Taki and Miss Okudera also visit the National Art Center for their date. Tokyo is also the place where Mitsuha Miyamizu wished to live as a "handsome Tokyo boy" in her next life. Following the destruction of Itomori by Comet Tiamat, many of Itomori's former residents migrate to Tokyo, including: Mitsuha, Yotsuha, Sayaka, Tessie, and Ms. Yukino.
  • The Tokyo conspiracy is associated with the Alphabet Project, a secret research initiative within the Japanese government led by group of old politicians who were alive during the Second World War and retain the ideals of Imperial Japan. The Alphabet Project was intended to weaponize the Hinamizawa Syndrome, presumably with the intent to use against the US and/or Soviet Union in order to make Japan the dominant power in the world.
  • (Tokyo Nights) Tokyo is a very busy place full of buildings, shops, construction areas working with construction and ratation. Nature there is replaced by technology and businesses. (Final Battle) This is the part of Tokyo that has already been destroyed by Evil Way Big and Psyphon's red army. There are cumbling buildings, fires, scared and indangered citizens, gates, tunnel vents, shafts with web graps, giant crates and access buttons.
  • It's a stage from Sin & Punishment.
  • Name: Tokyo Year: 1999
  • Tokyo is a city on Earth in the country of Japan. The city of Kyoto is considered popular for anagram lovers working with Tokyo. On December 31, 1999, Tokyo was host to New Year's Eve celebrations.
  • The flag of Tokyo.
  • This article is a Stub.
  • Tokyo (formerly Edo) is the capital city of Japan.
  • Tokyo is a City
  • Tokyo is a grid in Clockwork Planet series.
  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city in Japan.
  • Tokyo is the capital city of Japan.
  • Tokyo is the capital of the country Japan.
  • Tokyo was the capital city of Japan.
  • Tokyo is the city that Ginta, Koyuki and Ginta's mom live in. It is seen at the start of the series before Ginta leaves, as well as brief interludes where Koyuki is seen telling Ginta's mom about their adventures and reassuring her that her son is still alive. An arc in the anime beginning in Episode 59 and lasting until ~Episode 61 also involve a focus on Tokyo.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan where Mariko Tanaka's family lives. Hunter once proposed to visit Australia on their next leave, and then catch a low-orbital flight up to Tokyo and visit her family.
  • Originally a small fishing village, Tokyo grew to become the seat of the Japanese government and the current home of the Japanese Imperial Family, who live within Edo Castle at the original heart of the city. By 1695 it had grown to posses a population of around 800,000 people, making it the largest city in the world at that time. Today it is an Alpha+ Global City that contributes to the global economy alongside cities such as Sydney, Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore. Famed amongst the anime and videogame culture of the world, Tokyo contains many landmarks such as Tokyo Tower, the Shibuya, Harajuku and Shinjuku districts, the Rainbow Bridge, the Tokyo Big Sight and Edo Castle.
  • [Source] Tokyo (東京) is the capital of Japan.
  • Tokyo (Tōkyō- to, literalment ‘Capital de le est’) es le capital de facto de Japan, located en le centre-est de le isle de Honshu, especifikment en le Region de Kanto. Le citie forme une de le 47 prefectures de Japan, pero su oficial nome es metropolis or capital (都 -to). Le citie es le centre de le politik, economie, educacion, comunicacion et popular culture de le pais. Japan es un grupe de isles que consisti en quatre principal isles situed inter le Pacifik Ocean et le Mar de le Japan, con un extension de 377,835 km² et un populacion de quasi 130 millions de habitantes. Tokyo, concretement, have le major concentracion de corporative sites, financial institucions, universities et colegies, musees, theatres, comercial centres et centres de entreteniment de tot Japan. Tokyo have un populacion en 2010 de plus de 10 millions de habitantes, et intra els octe millions vive en le suburbies. Administrativement, le citie es subdivided en 23 quarts ( 区 -ku ); 26 cities( 市 -shi ); un district ( 郡 -gun ) subdivided en tri villes(町 -chō o-machi )et un village( 村 -son o-mura ); et quatre subprefectures ( 支庁 -shichō ) subdivided en du villes et sept villages, que represente a varies petit isles a le sud de Honshu que se extende jusque plus de 1.800 km de Shinjuku, capital de le prefecture et site de le goverment. Le centre de Tokyo, con su 23 quarts, ocupe un trieme de le metropolis (provincie), con un populacion de plus de 10 millions de habitantes, este area es internacionalment conoced como le ‘citie de Tokyo’. No obstant, le provincial metropolitan extension have plus de 37 millions de habitantes, et es le major urban aglomeracion de le munde. Le parole ‘Tokyo’ es le plus comune romanisacion de le nome en japanese, le nome de le citie es Tokio en le latine linguas et otre linguas –inclured le germanik et le nederlands–. En english et otre linguas es escrived Tokyo, pero antikment seva equalment posible escriver Tokio. En le pased, le citie seva nomined Tokei, Edo or Yedo. Les habitantes de Tokyo es nomined tokiotes. Le oficial lingua es le japanese, pero equalment se parle le english en quasi tot le estrates de le societie. En quelque zones de le nord de Japan, especialment en Hokkaido, se parle ancore le ainu. Le moneta es le yen, et su habitual equivalencie es normalment de 112 yens por euro. Con le excepcion de le zones de Okinawa et Hokkaido, le climate es tempered con quatre much diferent estacions. Le invernos es frie et solead en le sud; le estie, inter junie et septembre, pove ser calide or much calorose dependent de le ano, por ese rason es recomandable viager con vete ligere en ese epoke de le ano. Japan es un milenarie monarkie et le actual goverment es democratik et parlamentarie, exercent un internal politik much centralised. Le budisme es le majoritarie religion; le sintoisme sed le oficial religion de le pais jusque le siecle VII et actualment es le second religion en numero de seguitors. Por rason de le historik influencie de China have equalment confucianes, taoistes, etc. Equalment se practike le cristianisme, principalment en sue formes de protestantisme et catolicisme, pero es un minoritarie religion.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan. During the 2011 convergence, Tokyo was one of the cities where anomalies opened. (Episode 5.5)
  • Tokyo is the capital city and most populous city of Japan. As an aircraft name, Tokyo may be: * Stratocruiser Tokyo - Boeing 377 c/n 15954 operated by Northwest Orient Air Lines
  • Tokyo is the final competition level of the game. Unlike most other competition levels in the Tony Hawk Series, this level is based off of a real location, but the level's skating zones are fictional. The only other competition level that shares this trait is Roswell, New Mexico. The level is known for its crazy loops, blimp laser grid, vert locations, high risk billboard grinds, and its secret area full of halfpipes and long grinds. After completing this level you are rewarded with completing the career of the game, but it is not the last career level of the game however, as completing Tokyo unlocks, Cruise Ship.
  • Tokyo is a major city in Japan. The gang has been there on more than one occasion.
  • Tokyo, of the Kanto region of Japan, is commonly known for being blown up, utterly destroyed, invaded by monsters, and the site of many a strange event. Much of this is perpetuated by use of Tokyo for said things in anime and monster films. For this reason, when an author feels like doing a megacrossover and it does not involve Harry Potter or generally American characters, it is likely going to be an anime crossover and Tokyo will be the epicenter of it all. If a fanfic takes place in Tokyo for no reason at all, it is likely that this is a badfic, or a contrived humorfic.
  • Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō, "Eastern Capital") (Japanese pronunciation: [toːkjoː], English /ˈtoʊki.oʊ/); officially Tokyo Metropolis (東京都, Tōkyō-to), is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, and the largest metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family. Tokyo is in the Kantō region on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu and includes the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands. Tokyo Metropolis was formed in 1943 from the merger of the former Tokyo Prefecture (東京府, Tōkyō-fu) and the city of Tokyo (東京市, Tōkyō-shi). The Tokyo Metropolitan government administers the 23 special wards of Tokyo (each governed as a city), which cover the area that was the city of Tokyo, as well as 39 municipalities in the western part of the prefecture and the two outlying island chains. The population of the special wards is over 8 million people, with the total population of the prefecture exceeding 13 million. The prefecture is part of the world's most populous metropolitan area with upwards of 35 million people and the world's largest urban agglomeration economy with a GDP of US$1.479 trillion at purchasing power parity in 2008, ahead of New York City metropolitan area, which ranks second on the list. The city hosts 51 of the Fortune Global 500 companies, the highest number of any city. Tokyo has been described as one of the three "command centers" for the world economy, along with New York City and London. The city is considered an alpha+ world city, listed by the GaWC's 2008 inventory and ranked fourth among global cities by A.T. Kearney's 2012 Global Cities Index. In 2012 Tokyo was named the most expensive city for expatriates, according to the Mercer and Economist Intelligence Unit cost-of-living surveys, and in 2009 named the third Most Liveable City and the World’s Most Livable Megalopolis by the magazine Monocle. The Michelin Guide has awarded Tokyo by far the most Michelin stars of any city in the world. Tokyo hosted the 1964 Summer Olympics and is currently a Candidate City for the 2020 Summer Olympics.
  • Tokyo (東京), formerly Edo (江戸), is the new capital of Japan, the seat of the Meiji Government, the largest metropolitan area in the country and the nation's center of culture for the Meiji era. While serving only as a large center of commerce from its founding in the twelfth century until the end of the Tokugawa era, Edo was still second to Kyoto, which had always been the nation's capital and the residence of the Emperor. However, after the end of the bakumatsu and the start of the Meiji era, the Emperor moved to Edo in 1869, renaming it Tokyo (meaning "Eastern capital") and established it as the new official seat of government, both royal and municipal. Home to many of the characters as well as the location of several major events, Tokyo is the primary setting of the Rurouni Kenshin series.
  • Located on the plain of Honshu, Tokyo is the capital city of Japan. It served as headquarters for the Imperial Government at the time and was constantly bombed by the Allies toward the end of the war.
  • It all started with Tōkyō originally being a small fishing village, and named Edo. Soon in the 12th century it was fortified by Edo clan and soon in 1457 Edo Castle was built by Ōta Dōkan. Finally in 1590 Tokugawa Ieyasu made Edo his area and after he became shogun around 1603, Edo became into a city and soon grew to be one of the largest cities in the world. It also became the capital of Japan even though the Emperor lived in Kyoto. In 1869 Emperor Meiji moved to Edo. From there Edo became the capital of Japan, and soon Edo became Tōkyō. Tōkyō can also be seen in: * Tokyo (Vegetarian World) * Tokyo (Fatherlands) * Tokyo (Alternity) * Tokyo (Think Before You Act) This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title. If an article link referred you to this title, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.
  • The majority of the Shinobi series is set in Tokyo, with the exception of the Ibakari Province. The city was the home of the Neo Zeed's headquarters and is where Joe Musashi disguised himself as a news vendor in his search for Naoko. After saving his lover, Musashi stayed in the city to keep tabs on the Four Elements, a group of Neo Zeed ninja who had taken up work under the Yakuza. Tokyo was also home to the first installment of the Eternal Champions series. Aside from being the deathplace of Shadow Yamoto, all nine Champions were sent to 1994 Tokyo to stop Nakano Industries from researching Bio-Key technology and devastating the world in warfare, eventually creating The Overlord. Unfortunately, their actions didn't correct the timeline. It is possible that the future of the Eternal Champions is also set in Tokyo.
  • Tokyo è la capitale del Giappone, situata nell'isola di Honshu. Si tratta di una metropoli comprendnete varie municipalità e quartieri speciali. Nel doppiaggio italiano della serie animata viene ribattezzata Nuova Luxor per via dell'abitudine (allora molto diffusa) di eliminare nei doppiaggi degli anime i riferimenti a culture non occidentali. Nella serie classica è la città di provenienza dei cinque protagonsiti (seiya, Shiryu, Hyoga, Shun e Ikki) e di altri personaggi tra cui Tatsumi e Miho. E' anche la città adottiva di Saori Kido ed il luogo dove ha sede la fondazione Grado. Vi hanno sede l'Arena dei Tornei (in originale Colosseo Grado), la villa in cui vive Saori e in cui ospita alcuni dei Cavalieri di bronzo (Villa Kido) con annesso osservatorio, il Collegio St. Charles (l'orfanotrofio), il centro di ricerche del Professor Righel, l'appartamento di Pegasus.
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  • Tokyo was a city in Japan on Terra. By 2085, it was connected by jet tube to Darwin and Honolulu.
  • Interprete Lanzamiento Apariciones Duración Álbum Anterior soundtrack Siguiente soundtrack Este es el primer Soundtrack del álbum Resident Evil: Afterlife Original Soundtrack, su compositor es Tomandandy. Categoría:Soundtrack Categoría:Resident Evil: Afterlife
  • Tokyo (東京), also known as Acid Tokyo by fans, is the most trascendental world visited in Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, due to its later connections to Clow Country. It is also the longest world/arc visited. In the manga, its story covers the end of Volume 14 until the beginning of Volume 18. This world was not shown in the anime, however, the Tsubasa TOKYO REVELATIONS OVA's covered these events, and they are quite accurate to the story told in the manga although some details are different.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan. The city of Shimana on the planet Hidoma is similar to Tokyo. (RPG: "First Steps: The Stargate Unexplored Worlds Roleplaying Sourcebook") According to his clone, Dr. Carson Beckett has been once to Tokyo. (SGA: "Outsiders")
  • Considered by some to just be an urban myth, the fictional town of Tokyo was an area of the world where Santa Claus reigned supreme. Under the rule of the great Santa Clausian dictator, Wang Mang, Tokyo became an economic superpower.
  • Works that use Tokyo as their primary setting include: * 20 Mensou ni Onegai * Tokyo Babylon * Clamp School Detectives * Duklyon: Clamp School Defenders * Cardcaptor Sakura * Chobits Additionally, the opening and closing scenes of Miyuki-chan in Wonderland presumably take place there as well.
  • Tokyo was a city in Japan. In 2286, when the Whale Probe was trying to contact humpback whales in the Pacific Ocean, Tokyo was reported as having total cloud coverage. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)
  • It was a City. Fharlie Irancanadabelgium i Tran died in Tokyo. The smallest cattery in Japan was located here. King Dairick Overmars the 1st was born in the city of Tokyo.
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  • thumb|220pxTokyo ist eine geheime Organisation, die die Irie-Institution finanziert. Sie besteht unter anderem aus Politikern, Militärs und Finanzexperten. Das ursprüngliche Ziel der Organisation ist es, Japans Macht zu vergrößern, unter anderem durch eine effektivere Bewaffnung. Es gibt allerdings unterschiedliche Fraktionen in der Organisation. Viele Mitglieder scheinen an die Zeit vor dem Zweiten Weltkrieg anknüpfen zu wollen. Sie wollen eine bakterielle Waffe, da Japan keine Atomwaffen besitzen darf. Miyos Beschützer, Herr Koizumi, gehört zu dieser Fraktion. Natürlich ist das gegen das UN-Abkommen, das biologische Waffen verbietet. Japan hätte jedoch mit einer solchen Geheimwaffe theoretisch die Möglichkeit, seinen politischen Einfluss durch militärische Macht zu vergrößern. Andere Mitglieder sind jedoch weniger an der militärischen als an der wirtschaftlichen Macht Japans interessiert. Sie wollen keine Geheimwaffen, sondern halten es sogar für gefährlich, an so etwas zu arbeiten, da dies an die Öffentlichkeit kommen und den Ruf Japans in der Weltöffentlichkeit beschädigen könnte. Nach Herrn Koizumis Tod ändert sich die Lage schlagartig und das Direktorium von "Tokyo" verbietet, dass weiter an einer biologischen Waffe gearbeitet wird. Zudem geben die Direktoren die Anweisung, alles vorhandene Material aus diesen Experimenten zu vernichten. Dr. Kyousuke Irie, der von den Direktoren ausgewählte Leiter der Institution, war von Anfang mehr an einem Gegenmittel interessiert als an einer Waffe. Miyo Takano hatte gehofft, selbst die Leitung übernehmen zu können, aber die Direktoren wollten einen Mann und einen erfahrenen Arzt als Leiter. Jirou Tomitake bekam die Aufgabe, die Institution regelmäßig zu besuchen und deren Fortschritte zu überprüfen. "Tokyo" hat die Kontrolle über eine Sondereinheit von Soldaten, die Yamainu genannt wird. Miyo bezahlte ihnen eine Menge Geld, damit sie ihr persönlich gehorchen. thumb|220pxEine mysteriöse Frau namens Nomura scheint mit Tokyo in Verbindung zu stehen, denn offenbar arbeitet sie hinter den Kulissen Tokyos, um Takanos Forschungen zu unterstützen. Zudem plante sie mit ihr, das Große Hinamizawa-Desaster durchzuführen. Vieles von Nomura bleibt ein Rätsel. Allerdings gibt es Hinweise darauf, dass sie einen politischen Umsturz innerhalb der Tokyo-Organisation plant. Sie will, dass verschiedene einflussreiche Persönlichkeiten in Regierungskreisen Verantwortung für die Katastrophe übernehmen und zurücktreten müssen. Obwohl Nomura Miyo in Matsuribayashi-hen erzählte, dass sie sie bei der Erforschung des Hinamizawa-Syndroms unterstützen wolle und ihr helfen werde, den Namen ihres Großvaters zu rehabilitieren, gibt es einige Hinweise darauf, dass Nomura sie nur als Werkzeug für ihre eigenen Zwecke benutzt. Sie erscheint mitten in der Geschichte, ohne namentliche Einführung, als Miyo nach dem Tod von Herrn Koizumi verzweifelt durch die Straßen läuft, da ihre Forschung ohne ihn nicht mehr möglich scheint. Nomuras Namen konnte man bei einem Gespräch zwischen Miyo und den Yamainu heraushören. Doch ob dies ihr richtiger Name ist, weiß niemand, vor allem da sie verschiedene Namen verwendet, wie z.B "Watanabe", "Maizawa" und "Okuno". Kategorie:Organisation
  • Tokyo (東京都) is the capital city of Japan. It has a population of more than 13 million people, and the seat of the Japanese Emperor and the Japanese government are located there. It lays in the Kanto region, in the South-eastern part of Japan's biggest islands, Honshu. Its metropolitan area, known as Greater Tokyo Area, is the biggest agglomeration in the world, and includes, between others, the whole prefecture of Saitama, where Kasukabe, hometown of Shin-chan and main location of the Crayon Shin-chan series, lays. Although being part of a continuous mega-city, Shinnosuke and his family often refer to Tokyo as a complete different city, and travelling there is considered a trip by them. Kasukabe and Tokyo are separated by no more than 60 km, so a it is possible to make a day trip between them. Shinnosuke and his friends consider themselves to be village-people, whereas people from Tokyo are considered city-people. That's why, when going there, they feel amazed by all the services and shops that don't exist in Kasukabe, such as gaming saloons or big commercial streets. On the other hand, Shin-chan has been selected as one of the ambassadors for the 2020 Olympic Games that will take place in Tokyo. Besides from appearing in propagandistic events, merchandising from Crayon Shin-chan is available in the official store of the Olympic Games.
  • Tokyo is divided into 24 wards. For more information on the wards 1-23 in reality, see also special wards of Tokyo.
  • Tokyo, Japan is a city that appears in Midnight Club II, Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix, and Midnight Club: Los Angeles Remix.
  • Tokyo (東京 Tōkyō) is the third episode of Kamen Rider Kuuga.
  • Tokyo's population consists mainly of Westerners who are enchanted by (but ignorant of) Oriental culture, as well as native Tokyo residents, who are enchanted by (but ignorant of) Western fashion. Tokyoites prefer mecha and are often attacked by robots and shamans in large groups at malls and in karaoke torture boxes. It is common for Tokyoites to communicate non-verbally for days at a time using a host of digital devices embedded in their genitalia. Tokyo's main exports include besuboru, ninjas, and the occasional robot. Tokyo is governed by its mayor, a giant tentacle monster that abuses Tokyoans for entertainment. The Daughter of YOUKMEIUSUGA (汗臭陰部汁) is a five-centimeter cat. Tokyo is the birthplace of bukkake, Japan's greatest cultural contribution to the world. All Tokyoans are required by law to start smoking at the age of 15, failure to do so is punishable by bukkake. Tourists flock to Tokyo to see the sights, which include the state-of-the-art 1964 Olympic venue, and the famous Tokyo Tower (or "ta-wa-ru"). This was built in 1923 out of jealousy for the similar, but shorter, Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Unfortunately, Tokyo's ta-wa-ru lacks the romance of the French one. Instead of being a place for fine wine and sweet-nothings, it is the ideal location to get stabbed. Tokyo's giant monsters include Godzilla, Mecha-Streisand, Lindsay Lohan, super J-Pop superstar Ayumi Hamasaki, and the exploding population of midgets, many recently migrated from Vienna. Monsters comprise 95% of Tokyo's population. The rest are mechs and magical girls. Tokyo is also home to the famous Hentai director and bukkake marathon champion Hayao Miyazaki.
  • Major city on planet Earth; Tokyo was said to be one of the locations under demonic invasion in the Earth-Hell War.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan, a country of Earth. After her transformation, Insectosaurus attacked it, eating it before she was captured.
  • The headings in this section provide links to some of the topics in the Ideas Bank. Click on the Ideas Bank link, or to see a full list of topics. * Tokyo is a member of the Large Cities Climate Leadership Group Tokyo has enacted a measure to cut greenhouse gases. Governor Shintaro Ishihara created Japan's first emissions cap system, aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emission by a total of 25 percent by 2020 from the 2000 level. With 36% of its area covered by forest, Tokyo has extensive growths of cryptomeria and Japanese cypress, especially in the mountainous western communities of Akiruno, O-me, Okutama, Hachio-ji, Hinode, and Hinohara.
  • Tokyo has enacted a measure to cut greenhouse gases. Governor Shintaro Ishihara created Japan's first emissions cap system, aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emission by a total of 25% by 2020 from the 2000 level. Tokyo is an example of an urban heat island, and the phenomenon is especially serious in its special wards. According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the annual mean temperature has increased by about 3 °C (5.4 °F) over the past 100 years. Tokyo has been cited as a "convincing example of the relationship between urban growth and climate." In 2006, Tokyo enacted the "10 Year Project for Green Tokyo" to be realised by 2016. It set a goal of increasing roadside trees in Tokyo to 1 million (from 480,000), and adding 1,000 ha of green space 88 of which will be a new park named "Umi no Mori" (sea forest) which will be on a reclaimed island in Tokyo Bay which used to be a landfill. From 2007 to 2010 436 ha of the planned 1,000 ha of green space was created and 220,000 trees were planted bringing the total to 700,000. By 2014 road side trees in Tokyo will increase to 950,000 and a further 300 ha of green space will be added.
  • Tokyo is a city in Japan and the biggest city in the world with over 40 million inhabitants
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  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city of Japan. Its metropolitan area has about 12,800,000 people.
  • Tokyo was the capital city of Japan on Earth. The Federation starship USS Tokyo was named for this city. During the Eugenics Wars, the city was nearly completely destroyed. Afterwards, Tokyo was rebuilt (using north-south and east-west streets, numerical street names and parallel addresses for most buildings). (Last Unicorn RPG module: A Cadet's Guide to Sector 001 Earth) Hiromi Takeshewada grew up in Tokyo. (TOS - The Brave and the Bold, Book One novella: The First Artifact) Starfleet Research and Development have a facility in Tokyo. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual) Benjamin Sisko once knew a person who lived in Tokyo for a decade. His friend would often say that those who lived in "earthquake country" never relied on the ground. (DS9 novel: The Big Game) In the 2370s, Tokyo hosted a Starfleet office. Also, the maglev trains were still in use in Tokyo by this time, so that many citizens use it as opposed to Transporters. (TNG short story: "Eleven Hours Out"; Last Unicorn RPG module: A Cadet's Guide to Sector 001 Earth) The Federation News Service had offices in Tokyo, where Palais de la Concorde correspondent Regia Maldonado was based. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)
  • Tokyo is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family.
  • Tokyo (東京) is the capital city of Japan, and a recurring location in the series.
  • Tokyo is the capital of Japan and a very large crowded city with a population of over 12 million. Tokyo is an important industrial and commercial centre. Tokyo is also a beautiful city with a historic past.
  • Tokyo is a city in Japan. It is home to the Tokyo Sanctuary.
  • Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is one of 47 prefectures of Japan, and the only "metropolitan prefecture", that combines elements of both a city and a prefecture. As the capital of Japan, Tokyo has the largest metropolitan economy in the world, hosting many of the most important companies in the world, such as Stark-Fujikawa
  • Tokyo (東京) is the capital city of Japan. It has been featured in some recent real-world Ace Combat games, especially as the setting of the first act of Ace Combat: Joint Assault. The Tokyo map is available as downloadable content for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon's multiplayer mode. It is also the setting of some single-player and multiplayer missions in Ace Combat Infinity. __TOC__
  • Name: Tokyo Factions: * Law Enforcement Department * Freedom Defense Corps * Guardians of Mankind
  • Tokyo is one of the largest cities on Earth. It has lots of awesome stuff such as Pokemon and lame and cringe stuff. It is located in Japan where most of the city has slanted eye people. (No offense if you have slanted eyes) It is also the location of various animes.
  • Tokyo (東京), the setting of Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE, is the capital of the nation of Japan as well as its most populous city. It is also one of the nation's forty-seven prefectures. The Tokyo Metropolis consists of twenty-three special wards, as well as an additional twenty-six cities that make up western Tokyo. Tokyo is a key location in Atlus's Megami Tensei franchise and serves as the setting for titles in the Shin Megami Tensei series and numerous spin-offs.
  • Tokyo is a location visited by the S.S. Tipton in the episode "Trouble in Tokyo". It is located in Japan.
  • Azabu-Juuban (麻布十番) is a neighborhood in the Azabu district of Minato-ku, Tokyo. In the anime it was Usagi's home as well as home for many of her friends. Most of the Sailor Moon storyline took place in Azabu-Juuban. Naoko Takeuchi has spent a lot of time in the area around Azabu-Juuban and integrated those experiences into her story.
  • The Tokyo metropolis was the de facto capital of Japan on Earth. Tokyo was legally a prefecture that uniquely also provided some of the services characteristic of a city. Its 23 special wards were, administratively, cities in their own right. The Akihabara district located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo was very famous as a high tech district of Japan. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity) Tokyo expanded since the 20th century. During the 24th century, Kyoto became a suburb of Tokyo. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity) A spaceport is also part of the city. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity) More of the inhabitants used maglevs than transporters, even in the 2370s. (Last Unicorn Games RPG: A Cadet's Guide to Sector 001)
  • Tokyo is the capital city of the island nation of Japan. It was the epicenter of the Global T-Virus pandemic, and later, headquarters for an Umbrella facility in which Albert Wesker resided in.
  • Tokyo (detta comunemente Kyoto) è a tempo perso la capitale del Giappone, nonché principale meta di alieni tentacolari che vogliono invadere la Terra o semplicemente divertirsi con qualche bella gattina.
  • Tokyo är huvudstaden i Japan. Staden av Shimana på planeten Hidoma liknar Tokyo. (RPG: "Stargate SG-1: First Steps: The Stargate Unexplored Worlds Roleplaying Sourcebook") Carson Beckett har varit en gång i Tokyo. (ATL: "Outsiders") kategori:Bosättningar kategori:Platser i Asien
  • Tokyo was a city in Japan that which was, like the rest of the world, taken over by the machines during the Machine War. When the Hovercraft known as the Mariner was severely attacked by Sentinels, it crash-landed near the place.
  • Tokyo was announced to be implemented as the next city, coming to HKO in summer 2010. For more details of the announcement of April 28th 2010 click here: [1] In Oct-Nov 2011, there was a Hello Kitty Birthday Bash: Tokyo Trip, which the top 20 players from the daily events could tour Tokyo. Screens were taken of the trip, but players were asked to not post them online. (A GM said not to, while another GM said they could.) However, it was decided to not post these Tokyo screens until Tokyo is ready to be opened, which is still unknown.
  • Tokyo (東京) is the largest city in Japan and the de-facto capital, as it is the seat of the country's government. Contained in one of its many wards is the Higurashi shrine, where Kagome Higurashi lives, and nearby is also her junior high school. During the feudal era, the city was known as Edo. It was not as large as it currently is, and the area around Kagome's home was, back then, in some woods near Kaede's village. This article or section is a stub. You can help by [ expanding it] or contributing to the discussion.
  • Tokyo is a venue in the rock band series where you only play downloadable songs
  • This page gives you the opportunity to redirect to the original article that is on Wikipedia or stay on the American Football Database. Clicking on the link on this page will redirect to Wikipedia's Tokyo article. Take me to the [ Tokyo] article on Wikipedia. Click here to return to the American Football Database main page or just hit your browsers back button to return to your previous page. These Redirect pages should be eliminated in either of two ways. * #1 Create a article of our own for this page. * #2 On every page a Tokyo link exists make a direct link to the original Wikipedia article. Things to think about: * #1 Creating our own page for this article may add a superfluous amount of pages. * #2 Some of these article links may be on hundreds of pages that would need direct links. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • In 2008, a Samurai warrior was brought forward to the early 21st century by the Rift Manipulator where he began to terrorise travellers on the Tokyo subway system. (TV: End of Days) In the same year Coldfire Construction put up a reactor in Peking. This was causing a massive los of power in Peking which was spreading towards Kunming, Shanghai, Pyongyang and Tokyo. (TV: Revenge of the Slitheen) In the Year That Never Was, Japan (most likely including Tokyo) was destroyed by . This was undone when Jack Harkness destroyed the paradox machine. (TV: Last of the Time Lords) During the Sontaran invasion of Earth in 2009, Tokyo was the first place of human deaths by the smog which was distributed by ATMOS. (TV: The Poison Sky) The Tokyo Space Centre was involved, in 2010, in the teleconferencing that took place during the Atraxi crisis. (TV: The Eleventh Hour) Also during 2010, Axos invaded Tokyo after disguising itself as the headquarters of drinks company Goruda. (COMIC: The Golden Ones) Later in the 21st century, Tokyo had a T-Mat centre. (TV: The Seeds of Death) Tokyo became an independent state in 2096. (PROSE: The Indestructible Man) In 2156, InterSpace Incorporated headquarters in Tokyo were forcibly taken over by IMC. (PROSE: Lucifer Rising) In the year 2191, Tokyo had a namesake in the shape of the colony world New Tokyo. (PROSE: Time of Your Life) In 2254, Tokyo was among the major cities where bases were set up by the Daleks, intending to turn Earth into a Dalek production planet, in their attempted invasion which was foiled by the Seventh Doctor. (GAME: Dalek Attack) In 2540, there were anti-Draconian riots in Tokyo. (TV: Frontier in Space) The Tenth Doctor and Martha travelled to Tokyo in the year 3000, which featured a building known as the Mega Bank of Tokyo. (COMIC: Operation Lock-up)
  • Tōkyō (東京 en japonais, ) est la capitale du Japon depuis 1868. Tōkyō signifie littéralement « capitale (京) de l’est (東) » (par opposition à 京都, Kyōto, littéralement « ville capitale », la précédente capitale, située plus à l'ouest) ; son ancien nom est Edo (江戸), « porte de la rivière ».
  • Tokyo (東京 Tōkyō) is a city in the country of Japan on Earth. It seems to be a magnet for disaster, as it is always under attack by super-powered Transformers and the occasional giant lizard.
  • Tokyo is the capital and largest city in Japan. Keiko Arahida lived in Tokyo. Bryce Varley went to Tokyo to try to find Keiko, but he was unsuccessful. ("Believe") "TOKYO" appears in orange on Dyson Frost's wall. ("The Garden of Forking Paths")
  • Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō), also known as Acid Tokyo by fans, is one of the worlds visited by the group in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle. It is where a turning point in the story occurs. And in the original series called Magic Knight Rayearth take by the three girls lived by their home place from inspiration.
  • Japan was targeted by Count Cruhteo to take control of the country in which Princess Asseylum Vers Allusia was thought to be assassinated in. Castle Cruhteo is positioned in Tokyo. Vlad in the Argyre is seen defeating a platoon of KG-7 Areion's in the streets. (AZ: "Princess of VERS", "Beyond the Horizon")
  • Some years before Day 1, the Aum Shunrikyo doomsday cult set off sarin nerve gas bombs on the subways of Tokyo as part of a terrorist attack. (Head Shot)
  • Tokyo was originally known as "Edo", meaning "estuary." Its name was changed to Tokyo (Tōkyō: tō (east) + kyō (capital)) when it became the de facto imperial capital in 1868.
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