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Are they canceling the 湖北体彩app Olympics?
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What was Japan's capital city in 784?
Nagaoka was the capital of Japan in 784. Ten years late it was moved to Heian, what is today Kyoto, where it remained until 1868. The Imperial Court resided in Kyoto but after the rise of the shogun there was another capital with effective control. Heian was the effective capital and was moved to Kamakura and then Edo (Tokyo), with the last two being the shogun's capital.
Asked in World War 2, Canada in WW2, US in WW2, Tokyo
What was the pros and cons of doing island hopping strategy in World War 2 Why didn't you just go straight for Tokyo?
island hopping allowed the US to establish a base of operations for our planes. once we controlled the local skies, we could establish safe harbors, supply depots for the ships, refueling centers, and local hospitals. You must remember that the Pacific Fleet had been damaged at Pearl Harbor on 12/7/41 so running straight to Tokyo was not an option. (Although in early 1942 Colonel Dolittle made a daring raid on Tokyo with a squadron of B-17 aircraft ) So, ships were dear, and planes could not make it that far during this time. Island hopping became the safest way to penetrate enemy territory, take it back into the hands of the Allies, and continue to work our way towards the Japanese 湖北体彩appland.
What is the bank-code of the bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi ufj Shinagawa Ekimae Branch?
How long does it take to get from Atlanta Georgia to Tokyo Japan?
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What is the Zengin Clearing Code Bank Branch Code of Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi fukuoka branch?
Which is the quickest train from Shinjuku station to Odawara station using a JR pass?
The quickest way to get to Odawara station from Shinjuku would be to take the Romance car on the Odakyu line. Required time 1hour 13min(Taking time 73min) Distance 82.5 km(Transfer 0) Total amount of money ¥1720(Fare ¥850 Charge ¥870) If you must take only the JR line a great tool is to use the website listed as a related link. See the Related Links for "Hyperdia.com (Tokyo Train Schedules)" to the bottom for the answer.
Is Tokyo over populated?
The population of the Tokyo Metropolitan area is said to be 12 or 13 million, with a population density of a whopping 5,900 / km2 but this number is pretty arbitrary, including only the people living inside the official, invisible borders Tokyo. The actual conurbation is much bigger, with a population of 34 to 35 million people all living side by side with no empty areas in between them. I think the term overpopulated involves a value judgment, and so I can only give my opinion on this as somebody who lives here. In Japan it is depopulation that is regarded as a social problem (people are deciding to have fewer children, later in their lives), but Tokyo continues to draw people in from other parts of the country湖北体彩app because of the relative strength of the jobs market and the fact that many people prefer to live in a thriving metropolis. This puts enormous pressure on space and the transport infrastructure, so that to people from other cultures Tokyo 湖北体彩apps (the vast majority are apartments) may appear very small, cramped and built too close to each other, and the trains are so crowded you literally need to force yourself in because the inside is full of commuters squeezed up against each other. Room sizes are measured in a unit called a 'tatami' which refers to the size of an average tatami mat - big enough for one adult to sleep on, and a typical room size is 6 tatami, with only two or three such rooms in a typical apartment. However, none of this is to say that there are 'too many' people living in Tokyo, just that there are a lot of people living here. Somehow Tokyo manages to absorb more and more people from the rest of the country湖北体彩app, and gargantuan apartment buildings are being built all over town to accommodate the newcomers. The trains run pretty much on time, the water is clean and the sewage and rubbish collection systems all seem to function adequately, so overpopulated might not be the appropriate word to describe the situation here. 'Densely populated' it certainly is! Incidentally, the reason there are so many people crammed into Tokyo (and other Japanese cities) is very simple. Close in on Japan from space on Google Earth and it's obvious that virtually all the land in Japan is occupied by mountains too steep to build on, so the population will naturally tend to concentrate in the limited amount of flat land available, for example the Kanto plain (where Tokyo stands) and the Kansai area (Osaka and its surrounding area).
Asked in Distances and Travel Times, Tokyo
Does Narita express train N'EX from Narita airport stops at Shinagawa station in Tokyo If so how much will the cost of ticket from airport to Shinagawa station. Are all N'EX train stop shinagawa?
Asked in Japan, Population, Tokyo
What is the current population of Japan?
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What were the previous capitals of Japan?
Nara was the capital of Japan 710-784. The court was then moved to Nagaoka in 784. Then Kyoto was the capital 794-1869. More input: Wikipedia English says ''* During the Edo era (Prior to Tokyo being the sole capital of Japan) Tokyo was known as Edo. Kyoto was a second capital and Osaka was an unofficial third capital.'' citing a defunct page in Japanese government web site. , but Kyoto was always sole capital as definition of the capital is where emperor lives as a historical term. (now it has become where parlament building is, practically speaking) *592-645 飛鳥宮 Asuka-no-miya（Asuka, Nara) 4 places *645-655 難波宮 Naniwa-kyo（Osaka) 1 place *655-667 飛鳥宮 Asuka-no-miya（Asuka, Nara）over 2 places *667-672 大津京 Otsu-kyo（Otsu, Shiga) *672-694 飛鳥宮 Asuka-no-miya (Asuka, Nara) another place *694-710 藤原京 Fujiwara-kyo (Kashiwara, Nara) *710-740 平城京 Heijo-kyo (Nara) *740-744 恭仁京 Kuni-kyo (Kamo, Kyoto) *744-744 難波京 Naniwa-kyo (Osaka) *745/1-5 紫香楽宮 Shigaraki-no-miya (Shigaraki, Shiga *745/5～784 平城京 Heijo-kyo (Nara) *784-794 長岡京 Nagaoka-kyo (Nagaokakyo, Kyoto) *794-1180 平安京 Heian-kyo (Kyoto) *1180/6-1180/11 福原京 Fukuwara-kyo (Kobe, Hyogo) *1180/11-1868 平安京 Heian-kyo (Kyoto) [http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E6%97%A5%E6%9C%AC%E3%81%AE%E9%A6%96%E9%83%BD#.E6.AD.B4.E4.BB.A3.E6.97.A5.E6.9C.AC.E3.81.AE.E9.A6.96.E9.83.BD.E4.B8.80.E8.A6.A7 Wikipedia Japan "日本の首都#歴代日本の首都一覧"]
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