Tokyo (東京, Tokyo) is the former capital of Japan, but still remains the largest conurbation in the JIS and perhaps the world. Due to the large urban area, the prefecture of Tokyo is considered a single "metropolis" and uses the name Tokyo-to instead of using the normal ken prefix for prefectures or even the fu for urban prefectures. In 2050, the population of just the prefecture was around 10 million residents, although this may not count the millions of SINless and metahumans, and does not include the larger sprawl known as the Greater Tokyo Area, which also encompasses the nearby Chiba, Kanagawa, and Saitama prefectures. The Tokyo Metropolitian Government is seated in Shinjuku

In 2061, an earthquake destroyed parts of the city. Megacorps started to build the destroyed parts of the city. But the new emperor disagreed. He let planed to rebuild the city with help of priest and other mages. In 2062, Yamatetsu reopened it's offices in the city and the rest of the country.

History of Tokyo prior to 2061[edytuj | edytuj kod]

To be added

The 23 Special Wards of Tokyo[edytuj | edytuj kod]

The urban area of Tokyo is divided into 23 special wards (特別区, tokubetsuku), and many resemble sizable cities in most respects.

List of special wards[edytuj | edytuj kod]

Adachi (足立区)
Arakawa (荒川区)
Bunkyo (文京区)
Chiyoda (千代田区)
Chuo (&20013;央区)
Edogawa (江戸川区)
Itabashi (板橋区)
Katsushika (葛飾区)
Kita (北区)
Koto (江東区)
Meguro (目黒区)
Minato (港区)
Nakano (中野区)
Nerima (練馬区)
Ota (大田区)
Setagaya (世田谷区)
Shibuya (渋谷区)
Shinagawa (品川区)
Shinjuku (新宿区)
Suginami (杉並区)
Sumida (墨田区)
Toshima (豊島区)
Taito (台東区)

Źródła[edytuj | edytuj kod]

Główne źródło: Tokyo Sourcebook, Sprawl Survival Guide s. 75
Dane o populacji (tsb.23)
W 2035 zaczyna się wojna tokijska pomiędzy Fuchi i Asakura Electronics (tsb.21)
Stolica przeniesiona w 2036, z powodu wojny tokijskiej (tsb.21)

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