capital of Japan

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the capital and largest city of Japan

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Kyoto [Japan] May 02 ( ANI ): The former capital of Japan, Kyoto is famous worldwide for its ancient cityscape and unique scenery.
Tom Cruise was here two weeks ago." Sweden suggested another set, the largest waterfall in Sweden in Tnnforsens, and Japan asked Henedy to come to Kyoto, the old capital of Japan. Al-Osaimi asked Henedy to take him to the shooting saying that he can act very well.
Kyoto, as the capital of Japan for more than 1,200 years, was the kitchen of the Imperial Court.
Kyoto, meanwhile, is the cultural capital of Japan - a city swarming with awe-inspiring sights, shrines and temples, where lucky visitors might glimpse a dainty Geisha being escorted across town in rickshaws.
Kyoto was the capital of Japan for over a thousand years.
The tourism crisis also hit Kyoto, the former Imperial capital of Japan. It is around 500 kilometers southwest of Fukushima.
In view of Olympic and Paralympic games in 2020 and after, and also as the gateway to Japan, Tokyo, the capital of Japan, played an important role more than ever to promote inbound tourism and Tokyo Metropolitan Government is now working hard on it.
Kyoto is the old imperial capital of Japan and, with its 1,600 Buddhist temples and 400 Shinto shrines, is still considered to be the country's cultural centre.
As the ancient capital of Japan, Kyoto is one of the most famous and popular cities in the country to view the splendour of this natural phenomenon in its full beauty.
member states met in Kobe, the capital of Japan's Hyogo prefecture, to decide how to manage risk better in the wake of the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami, which claimed more than 227,000 lives.
For centuries, Kyoto was the political and religious capital of Japan.
Indian Ambassador Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa and Kyoto Mayor Daisaka Kadokawa signed the MoU in the presence of the two premiers at the State Guest House in Kyoto, which was the capital of Japan for over 1,000 years.
The city was established in 794 AD as the capital of Japan, and was home of the emperor and the royal court for more than 1,000 years.
THE Kansai region has long been overshadowed by the high-tech party capital of Japan 500km to its west.
During the final days of World War II, fearing destruction of his research building and hence loss of his collection of Mochizuki and other isolated dengue virus strains, he put virus vials in a thermos bottle filled with wet ice and carried it at all times, totally unaware that Kyoto had been excluded as an Allied Forces bombing target because of its historical heritage as ancient capital of Japan.