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Where is Tokyo located?
Tokyo is located in the axis of the Japanese central archipelago, south of Kanto. It is bordered to the east by Chiba Prefecture, to the north by Saitama Prefecture, to the west by Yamanashi Prefecture, and from the south to Tokyo. It borders Kanagawa Prefecture, and it lies between latitude 35.689500 and longitude 139.691710, and rises as high Tokyo is 44 meters above sea level.
Places of interest in Tokyo
There are many interesting and interesting places to visit in Tokyo, some of which are listed below:
- Tokyo Tower: It is considered one of the great constellations in Tokyo, where it glows orange during the morning hours and noon.
- Amiya Yokucho Market: It is the best traditional market in Tokyo, where there are goods of high quality and reasonable price, as well as good offers for a number of goods, such as: fruits, fashion, snacks, fish, traditional Japanese clothing, jewelry, and shoes.
- Meiji Shrine: It is one of the world famous shrines, where thousands of tourists visit it every year. It also houses a café and the best lily garden in Tokyo, which contains a double attachment and a self-pumping well.
- Gokokuji Temple: It is considered one of the most durable and permanent temples in Tokyo, although not renewed, as it survived the fiery explosions of the Second World War and the Great Kanto earthquake in 1923 AD, and it is considered the least popular among other regions.
Climate in Tokyo
Tokyo has a mild and dry climate in winter, and in summer there is a humid and warm climate, while the rainy season starts from mid-June to mid-July, and the hurricane season starts from September to November.
Population in Tokyo
Tokyo is inhabited by approximately 7% of the Japanese, i.e. a quarter of the population of Japan, where the population reached 35 million people in the population census of 2014, and this greatly affected the population congestion in addition to the contribution of this large number to increasing pollution, as the population lives There is a lifestyle that mixes modernity and old, and some older Japanese residents still wear Japanese traditional costume called kimonos.