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Synonyms for Tokyo

the capital and largest city of Japan

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The new logo and slogan invites everyone to see the beauty in the old and the new Tokyo
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has also been promoting Tokyo, and this combination has had a positive impact.
Located between the Tokyo Tower and Imperial Palace, the hotel offers easy access to key locations and sites, including the Ginza shopping district, cultural attractions and the city's central financial area.
The Business Combination Agreement prescribes that, in preparation for the Business Combination, Tokyo Electron shall incorporate, as wholly owned subsidiaries of Tokyo Electron, (1) a company formed under the laws of the Netherlands that will become the parent company of the Companies after the Business Combination ( HoldCo ) and (2) a company formed under the laws of Japan that will be the surviving subsidiary company of HoldCo (the Tokyo Electron Merger Sub ) in a triangular merger in which Tokyo Electron will be the dissolving company (the Tokyo Electron Merger ).
At 9 a.m., the dollar was quoted at 98.36-41 yen compared with 98.05-15 yen in New York and 98.05-07 yen in Tokyo at 5 p.m.
Shintaro Ishihara said that he wanted to change the current system so that Tokyo could sell power to firms other than TEPCO.
TOKYO - A showroom shared by three Tokyo-based auto sales companies affiliated with Toyota Motor Corp.
There are two reasons luxury foreign hotels are entering the Tokyo market.
This acquisition represents DEKA's third investment property in Tokyo. The seller was one of the major US investment funds active in Tokyo.
In Tokyo, visitors to Roppongi Hills are enticed into the principal tower by the pavilion that is part formal folly, part technical gizmo but nevertheless a cool, tasteful element in this highly saturated design environment.
Home to 12 million residents, metropolitan Tokyo is vast, unruly, and spreads across Japan's Kanto Plain--one of the world's most seismically active regions.
Naming Tokyo, 2003-, the most recent product of Aleksandra Mir's ever-growing conceptual cottage industry, demonstrates both the artist's numerous strengths and her particular limitations.
"Axis Sally" in Germany and "Tokyo Rose" in Japan used popular songs and cooing femininity to try to talk Allied soldiers out of fighting.
Main shop, Tokyo. Street with recessed lighting and canted walls holding displays.
Shinagawa East One Tower, 2-16-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8210