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Tokium[1][2][3] (Iaponice: 東京, Tōkyō, scilicet "Caput Orientale", sed ante 1868 江戸, Edo, scil. "aestuarium") est mundi maxima urbs habitata Iaponiae sita atque caput Iaponiae. Praesente Tokium habet circa 9.000.000 incolas in urbe, et circa 36.000.000 in regione metropolitana, et Tokium est una urbium densitatis incolarum maximarum. Tokium etiam est sedes Imperatoris Iaponici.

Res oeconomicae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Tokii collocatio in Iaponia.

Hic maxima bursa Iaponiae est.

Televisio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Universitas[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. E.g. apud Nuntios Latinos.
  2. Ebbe Vilborg. Norstedts svensk-latinska ordbok. Editio secunda anni 2009.
  3. Cf. "Archidioecesis Tokiensis" e The Hierarchy of the Catholic Church (situs a Davide M. Cheney elaboratus) (Anglice).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Allinson, Gary D. Suburban Tokyo: A Comparative Study in Politics and Social Change. (1979)
  • Bestor, Theodore. Neighborhood Tokyo (1989) Textus apud questia
  • Bestor, Theodore. Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World. (2004) Textus apud questia
  • Fiévé, Nicolas and Paul Waley. (2003). Japanese Capitals in Historical Perspective: Place, Power and Memory in Kyoto, Edo and Tokyo. London: RoutledgeCurzon. ISBN 9780700714094
  • Fowler, Edward. San’ya Blues: Laboring Life in Contemporary Tokyo. (1996) ISBN 0801485703
  • Friedman, Mildred, ed. Tokyo, Form and Spirit. (1986)
  • Jinnai, Hidenobu. Tokyo: A Spatial Anthropology. (1995)
  • McClain, James, John M Merriman and Kaoru Ugawa. (1994). Edo and Paris: Urban Life and the State in the Early Modern Era. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. ISBN 9780801429873
  • Akira Naito (Author), Kazuo Hozumi. Edo, the City that Became Tokyo: An Illustrated History. Kodansha International, Tokyo (2003). ISBN 4-7700-2757-5
  • Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric and Käthe Roth. (2005). Japan encyclopedia. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-01753-5
  • Reynolds, Jonathan M. "Japan's Imperial Diet Building: Debate over Construction of a National Identity." Art Journal. 55#3 (1996) pp 38 ff.
  • Sassen, Saskia. The Global City: New York, London, Tokyo. (1991)
  • Sorensen, A. Land Readjustment and Metropolitan Growth: An Examination of Suburban Land Development and Urban Sprawl in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area (2000)
  • Sorensen, Andre. (2002). The Making of Urban Japan: Cities and Planning from Edo to the Twenty First Century. Londinii: RoutledgeCurzon. ISBN 9780415226516
  • Waley, Paul. Tokyo Now and Then: An Explorer's Guide. (1984)
  • Waley, Paul. "Tokyo-as-world-city: Reassessing the Role of Capital and the State in Urban Restructuring." Urban Studies 2007 44(8): 1465-1490

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Tokii circuli
Tokii vexillum

quindecim veteres circuli (ab anno 1889):  Akasaka | Asakusa | Azabu | Fukagawa | Hongō | Honjo | Kanda | Koishikawa | Kōjimachi | Kyōbashi | Nihombashi | Shiba | Shitaya | Ushigome | Yotsuya

viginti novi circuli (ab anno 1932):  Adachi | Arakawa | Ebara | Edogawa | Itabashi | Jōtō | Kamata | Katsushika | Meguro | Mukōjima | Nakano | Ōji | Ōmori | Setagaya | Shinagawa | Shibuya | Suginami | Takinokawa | Toshima | Yodobashi

Vexillum Iaponicum Index Praefecturarum Iaponiae Vexillum Iaponicum
Aetia | Acita | Aomoria | Cagava | Cagosima | Canagava | Cautium | Cumamotum | Ehimea | Fucuia | Fucuoca | Fucusima | Gifua | Gumma | Hirosima | Hoccaido | Hiogonia | Iamagata | Iamagutium | Iamanasia | Ibaracium | Isicava | Ivatea | Kyotum | Meagium | Measacium | Mieum | Naganum | Nagasacium | Nara | Nigata | Oita | Ocaiama | Ocinava | Osaca | Saga | Saitama | Siga | Simanea | Sizuoca | Totigia | Tocusima | Tocio | Tottoria | Toiama | Tiba | Vacaiama

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