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Japan
   has the capital   
Tokyo
Ieyasu Tokugawa won the battle of Sekigahara in 1600, the most important battle in the history of Japan, and soon took control of the country. In 1603, he established his government in Edo. In 1868, the emperor moved to Edo and renamed the city to Tokyo. Thus, Tokyo became the capital of Japan both officially and substantially.
1964
   Summer Olympic Games were held in   
Tokyo
1st olympics to be held in Asia
Tokyo
   Airport has the code   
HND
Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo
   is the   
Largest Urban Agglomeration
35,197,000 people. Japan.
1881
      
Gentleman's Observation Mission to Tokyo
Korea had realized that Japan had become more advanced by adapting and accepting some aspects of non-Asian cultures.
Jiji Tsushin-Sha
   news agency is based in   
Tokyo
JIJI - Founded 1945.
Tokyo
   stands on the   
Summida
Japan
Lost in Translation (2003)
   was set in   
Tokyo
Director: Sofia Coppola. Although the soundtrack featured 'Alone in Kyoto' by Air, just to confuse you.
Birds of Tokyo
   released the album   
Day One (2007)
Australian
Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line
   is in   
Japan
Bridge-tunnel
Who Do You Think We Are
   features   
Woman from Tokyo
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
   starred   
Lucas Black, Bow Wow, Zachery Bryan and Sung Kang
Director: Justin Lin. Also starred Brian Tee, Jason Tobin, Leonardo Nam, Nathalie Kelley and Keiko Kitagawa.
Life in _____
   -   
Tokyo
Japan
Vacation in _____
   -   
Tokyo
Urge Overkill
Delmer Daves
   directed   
Destination Tokyo (1943)
Black and White
   Featured   
Outside Tokyo
Destination Tokyo (1943)
   has the last line:   
“To the Gallant Officers and Men of the Silent Service, to Our Submarines Now on War Patrol in Hostile Waters, Good Luck and Good Hunting.”
Tokyo Dome
   is nicknamed   
The Big Egg
Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Disneyland
   is situated in   
Japan
Urayasu, Chiba
Tokyo DisneySea
   is situated in   
Japan
Urayasu, Chiba
1923
   was the year   
An Earthquake Destroyed Tokyo
Destroys also the port city of Yokohama; over 100,000 casualties
Kyodo News
   news agency is based in   
Tokyo
1945
In a Recent 5-year Period, 24 Residents of Tokyo Died While Bowing to Other People.
   is   
True
_____ Drift
   -   
Tokyo
Teriyaki Boyz from the "2 Fast 2 Furious" Soundtrack
Tokyo
   is at   
35°41'N 139°46'E
Japan
Dale Furutani
   won the award for   
Death in Little Tokyo
1997 - Best First Mystery
Destination Tokyo (1943)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Capt. Cassidy
The operation of a submarine as shown in the film was so accurate that the United State's Navy used it as a training film during World War II.
Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line Tunnel
   is located in   
Japan
9.5 km
James DePreist
   was music director of the   
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
2005-2008
Joseph "Joe" Barrett
   was played by Humphrey Bogart in   
Tokyo Joe (1949)
Left My Heart in _____
   -   
Tokyo
Mini Viva
The song Left My ___ In Tokyois missing the body part Heart
Mini Viva
Suntory Hall
   is in   
Tokyo
Vineyard style hall
Tokyo
   has the capital   
Shinjuku
Tokyo Rose
   was a   
Radio Personality
Born 1916; American-born Japanese woman who's real name is Iva Toguri; hosted a Japanese propaganda radio program aimed at U.S. troops during World War II.
Destination _____
   is missing   
Tokyo
1943. A submarine captain is on a covert mission take a meteorologist along the Japanese coast to gather weather information helpful to the upcoming Doolittle Raid, the first air strike on Tokyo. Stars Cary Grant & John Garfield. Directed by Delmer Daves.
Thirty Seconds Over _____
   is missing   
Tokyo
1944. Starring Van Johnson, Spencer Tracey & Robert Walker. Depicts the Doolittle Raid in WW II.
Baltimore & Ohio, Orange Blossom Special, Tokyo-Osaka, California Zephyr
   are all   
Trains/Railway Lines
Also the Southern Pacific in the US and the Orient Express in Eurasia
Richard Brautigan
   wrote   
The Tokyo-Montana Express






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