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  1. 1. TOKIO,JAPON<br />Tokio,japon<br />
  2. 2. Geography<br />Tokyo is divided into two main areas: the continental and insular. The mainland is located on the northwestern margin of Tokyo Bay and is located in the center-west of the island of Honshu or Hondo, part of the Kanto region. The coordinates of the center of Tokyo are 35 ° 41 'N, 139 ° 46' East. It borders Chiba Prefecture to the east, Yamanashi to the west, Kanagawa and Saitama south to north.<br />
  3. 3. Weather<br />Tokyo has a temperate climate [3] with a relative humidity of 63%. Approximately 45% of the year is a rainy day, 40% of cloudy days, 10% of clear days and snowy days remaining. The average winter temperature is 4 ° C with occasional snow, and summer is 24 ° C. The average annual temperature is 14.7 ° C. Annual rainfall is usually in the form of rain and reaches 152 inches a year. The maximum rainfall recorded in one day was in 2003, with 171 mm. The average 1,894 hours of sunshine per year.<br />
  4. 4. Transportation<br />= airports = train = Boat = bus = meter<br />
  5. 5. Touristattractions<br />
  6. 6. Touristattractions<br />This building of 250 meters is the center of residential and office complex of Roppongi Hills Tokyo City, built in 2003 and since become the main playground of foreigners in this city. shops, restaurants, bars and clubs dotted around the ground floors of Mori Tower. In the tower can also visit the temporary exhibitions of contemporary art from Mori Art Museum and Sky Desk, outdoor deck with great views over the city.<br />
  7. 7. Imperial Palace<br />The Imperial Palace, home to the royal family acutalidad is one of the places they visit without fail those who come for the first time to Tokyo. The building is quaint and imponeyte some areas open to the public, although hat to ask the tour in advance. There Chidorigafuchi Park, which runs along the moat of the palace, is an excellent place to see cherry blossom in a majestic setting and historic.<br />
  8. 8. meji-jingusanctuary<br />The Meiji-Jingu Shrine is the most famous Shinto shrine in Tokyo and one of the most famous in Japan. It was built in memory of the emperor and empress who helped modernize Japan after the Edo period. Provides a touch of tranquility to the heart of Tokyo. During the three days during New Year celebrations is visited by three million people. Noted for its ajardineradas areas.<br />
  9. 9. Yoyogi Park<br />Yoyogi Park is one of the biggest parks in Tokyo, located adjacent to Harajuku Station and Meiji Shrine in Shibuya. Today, the park is a popular hangout, especially on Sundays, when used as a meeting place for people to listen to music, martial arts, etc. The park has a bike lane and a public basketball court .<br />
  10. 10. Senso-ji temple<br />This temple is one of the most visited temples in the city of Tokyo to over 20 million people who cross their doors each year. Located in the Asakusa district and is the oldest in the city. It is a very important tourist spot and a must visit for all visitors to Japan.<br />
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