Yedo


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Synonyms for Yedo

the capital and largest city of Japan

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Yedo and Peking: A narrative of a journey to the capitals of Japan and China.
10 "Street in Kanagawa--The Tokaido or Imperial Highway" from: Yedo and Peking by Robert Fortune (1863)
RPC Blackburn has provided the Thor Pot in a stylish black colour that provides a striking visual contrast to the brightly coloured labels used by Yedo Sushi.
And in fact it appeared to me much like the City of Yedo [Edo or Tokyo] with the exception of the carts which were drawn by horses instead of by men or cows and bullocks as they are in our country.
It seems to me that the most promising plan to commence with, will be to station a missionary at Nagasaki or Yedo, whose object shall be to teach English to the Japanese youths put under his charge .
On July 8, 1853, Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry sailed into Yedo (now Tokyo) Bay with a squadron of four vessels.
24 Turkish city Istanbul Edo, also known as Jedo, Yedo or Yeddo, means estuary in the language of the country where this was the capital city
Naval forces protected the United States Minister to Japan when he visited Yedo to negotiate concerning some American claims against Japan, and to make his negotiations easier by impressing the Japanese with American power.