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About Tokyo

Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the administrative, financial, cultural, industrial and political center of the country. Tokyo is located in the southeastern part of Honshu Island, in the bay of the Tokyo Bay of the Pacific Ocean. Administratively, Tokyo is a prefecture with an area of ​​2,188.67 km² with a population of 13,506,607 (2015 data) and is a separate Tokyo metropolitan area, the only urban conglomerate of its kind. From Japanese Tokyo translates as "Eastern Capital".

On the territory of today's Tokyo, people settled back in the Stone Age, but the settlement known as Edo (江 戸, “entrance to the bay”) became famous since the 12th century, when the local Edo warrior Taro Sigenada built a fortress there. In 1457, the shogun Ota Dokan erected a castle of the same name in Edo, which in 1590 captured the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa clan. After that, the city was the capital of the shogunate for a long time and played the role of the political and administrative center of Japan. The imperial court was located in Kyoto. Edo was actively developing, and in the XVIII century was the largest city in the world - it was inhabited by more than 1 million people. After the Meiji restoration in 1868, the shogunate was overthrown and imperial power was restored. In 1869, Emperor Mutsuhito moved the capital to Edo, renaming it Tokyo. At the same time, the prefecture of Tokyo (東京 府) was formed.

On September 1, 1923, Tokyo suffered from a massive earthquake, which affected about 90,000 people. In July 1932, additional districts were annexed to the city, and it became the largest city in the world with a population of 4.9 million.

The city was almost completely restored when, during World War II, the Allies subjected it to massive bombardment from the air. Tokyo was again destroyed. It was revived only in the second half of the 20th century, becoming the largest industrial and economic center of Japan, having performed the so-called “economic miracle”. Today, this ambiguous city, the capital of an exotic and super-technological country, attracts masses of tourists from all over the world.



Transportation to Tokyo City Center from Airport

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