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Tokyo is the capital of Japan. It may also refer to:
City and Prefecture
The history of Tokyo includes
- 1457–present: Tokyo
- 1457-1869: historical Edo or Edō (江戸?), see
- 1869-1943: historical Tokyo Prefecture or Tokyo-fu (東京府?), also known as Tōkei-fu
- 1889-1943: historical Tokyo City or Tokyo-shi (東京市?), also known as "Tokyo City"
- 1943–present: Tokyo Metropolis or Tokyo-to (東京都?)
- Traditional Tokyo or the Special wards of Tokyo are 23 cities occupying the place that was formerly the city of Tokyo
- Greater Tokyo Area, a metropolitan area with Tokyo at its center and including parts of the surrounding prefectures
- Tokyo Rose, a generic name given by Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II to any of approximately a dozen English-speaking female broadcasters of Japanese propaganda.
- Iva Toguri D'Aquino, also known as Tokyo Rose, a US citizen accused of being a Japanese propagandists during World War II
- Tokyo Sexwale, a South African businessman and former politician
- 498 Tokio is an asteroid discovered by Shin Hirayama and named for Tokyo, the astronomer's native city (spelled according to an older romanization).
- Tokyo-Ga, a 1985 film by Wim Wenders
- Tokyo!, a 2008 film by Michel Gondry, Leos Carax, and Bong Joon-ho
- Tokyo (novel), a crime novel by British author Mo Hayder
- "Tokyo" (ADX song)
- "Tokyo" (Athlete song)
- "Tokyo" (Danny Saucedo song)
- "Tokyo" (Masaharu Fukuyama song)
- "Tokyo" (Yui song)
- "Tokyo", a song by A Flock of Seagulls, from the album A Flock of Seagulls
- "Tokyo", a song by Eikichi Yazawa
- "Tokyo", a song by Imagine Dragons, from the EP It's Time
- "Tokyo", a song by The Books, from the album The Lemon of Pink
- "Tokyo", a song performed by Yashiki Takajin
- Tokyo is a beer brewed by Scottish brewers BrewDog
- Tokyō, a bracketing system used in Japanese architecture
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