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Traditional site of Kusuba-no-Miya Palace in Osaka Prefecture
1/1000 scale model of Fujiwara-kyō, held by Kashihara-shi Fujiwara-kyō reference room
1/1000 scale model of Heijō-kyō, held by Nara City Hall
Satellite photo of Tokyo in 2018 taken by ESA Sentinel-2
Legendary Emperor Jimmu (神武天皇)
1/1000 scale model of Heian-kyō, held by Kyoto City Heiankyo Sosei-Kan Museum
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
Map of Nishi-Tama District in green
Samurai warriors battling Mongols during the Mongol invasions of Japan, depicted in the
Map of the Izu Islands in black labels
Emperor Meiji (明治天皇); 1852–1912
Map of the Ogasawara Islands in black labels
Japan's imperial ambitions ended on September 2, 1945, with the country's surrender to the Allies.
Ogasawara National Park, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site
The Japanese archipelago
A bilingual sign with instructions (in Japanese and English) in case of an earthquake (Shibuya)
Mount Fuji in Spring, view from Arakurayama Sengen Park
The MAOUDC is the world's largest underground diversion floodwater facility.
Autumn maple leaves at Kongōbu-ji on Mount Kōya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Tokyo Skytree, the tallest tower in the world
The National Diet Building
Tokyo Stock Exchange
Japan is a member of both the G7 and the G20.
Ginza is a popular upscale shopping area in Tokyo.
JMSDF class destroyer
Bank of Japan headquarters in Chūō, Tokyo
The Tokyo Stock Exchange
Marunouchi in Chiyoda, Tokyo
A rice paddy in Aizu, Fukushima Prefecture
Tokyo Tower at night
A plug-in hybrid car manufactured by Toyota. Japan is the third-largest maker of motor vehicles in the world.
Shibuya Crossing in Shibuya attracts many tourists, also known as "the Times Square of the Orient".
The Japanese Experiment Module (Kibō) at the International Space Station
Tokyo Station is the main intercity rail terminal in Tokyo.
Japan Airlines, the flag carrier of Japan
Haneda Airport
The Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant
Narita International Airport
The Greater Tokyo Area is ranked as the most populous metropolitan area in the world.
Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway are two main subway operators in Tokyo.
The torii of Itsukushima Shinto Shrine near Hiroshima
Hamazakibashi JCT in Shuto Expressway
Kanji and hiragana signs
The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, also known as "Miraikan"
Students celebrating after the announcement of the results of the entrance examinations to the University of Tokyo
Takeshita Street in Harajuku
12th-century illustrated handscroll of The Tale of Genji, a National Treasure
The Sanja Festival in Asakusa
Noh performance at a Shinto shrine
Japan National Stadium
Young ladies celebrate Coming of Age Day (成人の日) in Harajuku, Tokyo
Ryōgoku Kokugikan sumo wrestling arena
A plate of nigiri-zushi
Akihabara is the most popular area for fans of anime, manga, and games.
Sumo wrestlers form around the referee during the ring-entering ceremony
FCG Building, home of Fuji TV headquarters
Japanese samurai boarding a Mongol vessel during the Mongol invasions of Japan, depicted in the, 1293
Edo Castle, 17th century
Skyscrapers in Nakanoshima, Osaka; a major financial centre in Japan
Commodore Matthew Perry expedition and his first arrival in Japan in 1853
Famous Edo Places. Yamanote (above) Nihonbashi (center) and Shitamachi (below), c. 1858.
Suruga street with Mount Fuji by Hiroshige (1856)
The 1870s Chuo-dori terraces in Ginza, Tokyo
Aerial view of the Sumida River with Taitō-ku (west) and Sumida-ku (east) in Tokyo, c. 1930
Nihonbashi after Great Kanto Earthquake, September 1, 1923
Ginza area in 1933
"The first underground railway in the Orient", Tokyo Underground, opened on December 30, 1927
Tokyo Bombing in 1945
Aftermath of Tokyo Bombing in March 1945
Nihonbashi in 1946
Tokyo Tower, built in 1958
Yoyogi National Gymnasium built for the 1964 Summer Olympics
Sunshine 60, tallest building in Asia until 1985, and in Japan until 1991
Yasuda Auditorium at the University of Tokyo in Bunkyō
Okuma Auditorium at Waseda University in Shinjuku
Hibiya High School in Chiyoda
Ginza is a popular upscale shopping area in Tokyo.

The current capital of Japan is Tokyo.

- Capital of Japan

Tokyo (Japanese: 東京, ), formerly Edo, historically Tokio, and officially the Tokyo Metropolis (東京都), is the capital and largest city of Japan.

- Tokyo

Tokyo is the nation's capital and largest city, followed by Yokohama, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Fukuoka, Kobe, and Kyoto.

- Japan
Traditional site of Kusuba-no-Miya Palace in Osaka Prefecture

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