Tokyo

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creative approach

of porn gets his hands dirty once again -- on the farm url http: mdn.mainichi.jp culture waiwai archive news 2007 02 20070226p2g00m0dm004000c.html work date February 26, 2007 accessdate 2007-03-06 The company is one of the largest adult video companies in Japan and is notable for its creative approach to adult videos.


original video

. The book ''Angry White Pyjamas'' by Robert Twigger is based on the author's experiences during the course. The video The original video, made at the request of, and released by the Sony Corporation of America, was filmed in San Francisco in April 1984, and treated and assembled at Sony in Tokyo. Produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, it features seven "video paintings" of actress and photographer Christine Alicino, a friend of Eno's, and has a running time of 82 minutes. It was filmed in "vertical format" which necessitated the viewer to turn the television on its side which, in many cases, affected the picture tube's color purity adjustments. The DVD reissue presents it in both portrait and landscape formats so that this is no longer necessary. WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


school famous

prodigy who attends for short, a private school famous for its strong tennis club and talented players. Ryoma quickly defeats numerous upperclassmen shortly after entrance to secure himself a spot as one of the team's regulars. In pursuit of their ultimate goal of winning the National Middle School Tennis Championship, members of the team make new friends while learning and mastering increasingly complex techniques. Ryoma


political story

? '''Hironobu Sakaguchi:''' When I saw it for the first time, before the game came out, I was very excited, and tears nearly came to me. I thought, "Thank you, Matsuno!" (Laughs) He played through ''Vagrant Story'' and took a deep interest in the seamless battle system, free camera, emphasis on dungeon exploration, and political story. As a result of this, he decided that he wanted to make a main series ''Final Fantasy'' game that was like


world progressive

to the metal press. It was about this time that purchasing albums through online music stores was commonplace, and fans from around the world began to do so with ''Entropia''. As a result, interest in Pain of Salvation grew around the world progressive metal scene, leading to another licensing deal – this time for Romania with SC Rocris Discs in late 1997. Born in 1964 in Tokyo, Tae is the second daughter of Jun Ashida. After graduating from high school at Institut Le Rosey


wild aggressive

to take part in the ''K-1 Grand Prix '94'' which was held in Tokyo on April 30, 1994. In the quarter-finals, Aerts was drawn against Rob van Esdonk whom he had defeated in the Netherlands six months earlier. Van Esdonk knocked Aerts down in round one but Aerts was able to come back and KO him with a right high kick. In the semis, he faced Patrick Smith (Patrick Smith (fighter)), an American with a wild, aggressive style. Aerts was still able to handle him, however, and KO'd him just over


music articles

piano teacher Noriko Hakita when she was eight. At 14, she played with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. When she was 17, she met Chick Corea by chance in Tokyo, and was invited to play with him at his concert the next day. After being a jingle writer for a few years for Japanese companies such as Nissan, she enrolled to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. music articles 2010 01 29

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significant achievements

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oil run

that the answer to deregulation was to expand Braniff's route system dramatically; consequently, the domestic system became 50% larger, with flights to 16 new cities. International hubs were created in Boston and Los Angeles to handle expected increases in travel outside North America. This would have included flights to Tokyo, as well as an "oil run" between Dallas, Houston, and Dubai; these routes never entered service.


deep interest

as a means of outreach to the African American community, and took deep interest in Catholic social teaching and labor relations. Diocese of Rochester. Diocesan History He would also play golf in high temperatures (once saying, "If your score is over 100, you are neglecting your golf—if it falls below 90, you're neglecting your parish") TIME

the historical and political background of Asia, but had also a deep interest in the philosophical aspects of Asian culture. Though an unbeliever, he always looked in his journeys for the spiritual aspects of the countries he was visiting. He lived for years at a time in Beijing, Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok and New Delhi. His stay in Beijing came to an end when he was arrested and expelled from the country for "counter-revolutionary activities". Based on his experiences, he wrote ''La Porta Proibita'' (''Behind The Forbidden Door''), a highly critical book about post-Maoist China. While staying in Hong Kong working as a journalist, he had a name in Chinese, 鄧天諾 (Deng Tiannuo) (meaning: "heavenly godly promise"). He stopped using this name after an unpleasant incident in China in 1984. Gray has been a writer-in-residence at Meiji University in Tokyo and at several universities throughout Australia including Geelong College in 1982. He has won the Adelaide Arts Festival and the New South Wales (New South Wales Premier's Award) and Victorian (Victorian Premier's Award) Premiers' Awards for poetry. In 1990 he received the Patrick White Award. With Geoffrey Lehmann, he edited two anthologies (anthology), The Younger Australian Poets and Australian Poetry in the Twentieth Century, and he is the editor of ''Selected Poems (Selected Poems (Shaw Neilson))'' by Shaw Neilson, and ''Drawn from Life'', the journals of the painter John Olsen (John Olsen (artist)). ''After Images'' is his latest collection of poetry. birth_date 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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