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district in Chūō, Tokyo, when moving to Tokyo in 1952. He started working in various nightclubs singing his favourites from the French chansons such as those of Édith Piaf, Yvette Guilbert and Marie Dubas. Eventually, he succeeded in getting a job at a specific club where he worked continually for 40 years. His claim to fame came rather early in 1957, with a smash-hit called "Meke-Meke", which included a string of profanities not used in media at the time. He


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a member of Shinyo-kai, an organization to promote literature established in memory of novelist Hasegawa Shin. In 1959, her work ''Taganeshi'' (A Sword Name-Engraver) won the Naoki Award. Works Zeshin was born and raised in Edo (modern-day Tokyo). His grandfather Izumi Chobei and his father Ichigoro were shrine carpenters (''miyadaiku'') and skilled wood carvers. His father, who had taken his wife's family name of Shibata, was also an experienced ''Ukiyo-e'' painter, having studied under Katsukawa Shunshō. This, of course, gave him an excellent start on the road to being an artist and craftsman. At age eleven, Kametaro, as Zeshin was called in his childhood, became apprenticed to a lacquerer named Koma Kansai II. founder location '''Main:''' Seoul, South Korea '''Others:''' Tokyo, Japan Los Angeles, California, United States Qingdao, China origins Originally a member (a quick-tempered tsukkomi (Manzai#Boke and tsukkomi)) of a ''kombi'' called ''Babies'' (ベイビーズ), he started working as a host (host club (Japan)) in Tokyo under the host name Ken Saegami (冴神剣 ''Saegami Ken'') when ''Babies'' dissolved. Making a mere amount of yen equivalent to $800 per month, he worked as a host for nearly 3 years. - Tokyo WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


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YMD_date:D&s_trackval GooglePM "This is one 'Grudge' you shouldn't bear" . ''The Charlotte Observer''. October 22, 2004. Retrieved October 3, 2010. WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


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9 Biography Born in Tokyo, Aoki and some friends started a rock and roll band called Rowdy Sounds, though Aoki eventually abandoned music for athletics. He would later explain, "I play bass. But I tell you why I change to wrestling: No good on tempo." "Rocky's Family Horror Show" by Logan Hill, ''New York Magazine'', October 29, 2006 Aoki attended Keio University, where he


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Yasunori Mitsuda year 1998 format booklet, Japanese publisher DigiCube publisherid SSCX-10013 location Tokyo Though he first described it as stemming from "a world of his own imagining" rather than any specific country, he has also claimed a strong Irish (Music of Ireland) or Celtic music influence.


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"mtv" He is the son of Japanese author, Takao Shimura, and an Italian Jewish-American union organizer, Charlotte Arzio-Shimura. Shimura's parents were divorced by age 2, at which point he moved with his mother from Tokyo to Salt Lake City, Utah, and then finally to Berkeley California


free business

-0053 1 No. 2 - chome, Shibuya-ku Yoyogi Tokyo, Japan area_served Worldwide '''Trend Micro Inc.''' ( ) (Japanese (Japanese language): '''トレンドマイクロ株式会社''' ''Torendo Maikuro Kabushiki-Gaisha''; Chinese (Chinese language): '''趨勢科技''') is a computer security company. It is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and markets Trend Micro Internet Security, Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security, OfficeScan, and other related security


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as the director and game designer, while Minaba served as the art director. Sakaguchi had envisioned the game to be a spin-off ''Final Fantasy'' title that was a reflection of all past games in the numbered series. However, although a spin-off title, Sakaguchi gave Ito a team of staff even larger than the team working on ''Final Fantasy VIII'' back in Tokyo. Added to this benefit, over half of this team were Hollywood CGI (Computer-generated imagery) artists and animators, some of which had previously been employed by Industrial Light & Magic. As development progressed under Ito's direction, the amount of locations and content of the game grew exponentially. Sakaguchi eventually felt that the quality and scale of the game had surpassed both ''Final Fantasy VII'' and ''Final Fantasy VIIII''. As a result of this, he decided the game should be called ''Final Fantasy IX''. Ito's work on the game involved him being responsible for all the gameplay aspects such as the ATB system, Equipment Ability system, the unique gameplay attributes of each of the playable characters, and all the various items, equipment and spells obtainable in the game. Also, as with ''Final Fantasy VI'', he was responsible for the structure, pacing and flow of the entire game and tried to strike a balance between the gameplay and event scenes so the game didn't feel too story-driven. In further pursuit of this goal, he created the Active Time Event (ATE) system as a means of making the event scenes more interactive and part of the gameplay experience. PlayStation 2 era When development of ''Final Fantasy IX'' and ''Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within'' were finished, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Hiroyuki Ito, Hideo Minaba and other Square (Square (company)) staff returned to Tokyo. Sakaguchi heard that ''Vagrant Story'' had become the first game developed by Square to get a perfect score from ''Famitsu''. Sakaguchi felt a huge sense of pride about this and praised Yasumi Matsuno as a game director and game designer. WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


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, USA isbn 978-0-7641-3201-8 page 14 chapter Manga: A Brief History The first Comiket was held on December 21, 1975, with only about 32 participating circles and an estimated 600 attendees. WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo

Tokyo

Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, and the most populous metropolitan area (List of metropolitan areas by population) in the world. url http: esa.un.org wup2014 unup index.asp?panel 2 title World Urbanization Prospects: The 2014 Revision Population Database publisher United Nations accessdate August 10, 2014 It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government (Government of Japan). Tokyo is in the Kantō region on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu and includes the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands. Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Tōkyō" in .

Tokyo is often referred to and thought of as a city, but is officially known and governed as a "metropolitan prefecture", which differs from and combines elements of both a city and a prefecture; a characteristic unique to Tokyo. The Tokyo metropolitan government administers the 23 Special Wards of Tokyo (Special wards of Tokyo) (each governed as an individual city), which cover the area that was formerly the City of Tokyo before it merged and became the subsequent metropolitan prefecture in 1943. The metropolitan government also administers 39 municipalities (Municipalities of Japan) in the western part of the prefecture and the two outlying island chains. The population of the special wards is over 9 million people, with the total population of the prefecture exceeding 13 million. The prefecture is part of the world's most populous metropolitan area (Largest Metropolitan Area) with upwards of 37.8 million people and the world's largest urban agglomeration economy (List of cities by GDP). The city hosts 51 of the Fortune Global 500 companies, the highest number of any city. The city is also home of various television networks like Fuji TV and the Tokyo Broadcasting System.

The city is considered an alpha+ world city (global city)—as listed by the GaWC (Globalization and World Cities Research Network)'s 2008 inventory In 2009 Tokyo was named the third Most Liveable City by the magazine ''Monocle (Monocle (lifestyle magazine))''. last Fawkes first Piers url http: www.psfk.com 2009 06 top-25-most-liveable-cities-2009-monocle-magazine-zurich-copenhagen-tokyo-munich-helsinki.html title Top 25 Most Liveable Cities 2009 – Monocle publisher PSFK.com date June 18, 2009 accessdate July 6, 2009 The Michelin Guide has awarded Tokyo by far the most Michelin stars of any city in the world.

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