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  • Tokyo East: - Edogawa, Koto, Sumida

    Tokyo East is comprised of the more upscale area of the city. Including its own small, Heliport as well as housing the more prestigious Aoi Academy as well as having its own exclusive Ferris Wheel and Cherry Tree grove. Considerably the most luscious and beautiful area of the inner city. Unfortunately, Sumida's proximity to the rest of the more urban areas remains as the only blemish of the region as the high rise buildings slowly crawl out of the more complex urban areas.
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  • Tokyo West: - Nakano, Shibuya

    Tokyo West appears as the other side of the coin of Inner Tokyo. Unlike the more well educated and financed schools such as Aoi Academy, the western region has the average Higashi Public Highschool as well as Higashi Junior High. The area has a combination of places to vist: Nakano services one of the major Arcades in the area as well. There is also a concert hall featured in the Nakano Sun Plaza's hotel. Shibuya also features the Omotesandō Hills shopping mall, complete with movie theaters, cafes, and many trendy stores. Teen shopping center on Takeshita Street in Shibuya (known for its gothic, loli, and cosplay activities and stores). Completing its well rounded visuals, the Meiji Shrine offers a more pleasant and beautiful place to visit, often used for weddings.
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  • Tokyo North: - Bunkyo, Toshima, Taito

    Although, not the prettiest area of Inner Tokyo, the Northern region contains some of the more useful buildings in the area. The famous Tokyo University is the focal point of this area as well as the fabulous Botanical gardens. But, its close proximity to Central Tokyo lead to the famous Tokyo Dome's construction in the area. To its east, the Taito ward has the Tokyo Central Library benefiting the Aoi Academy to its East as well as Tokyo U to its west. And finally, Toshima is a relatively less business/corporate area and contains more residents than office buildings.
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  • Central Tokyo: - Chiyoda, Chuo, Shinjuku

    The Center of Inner Tokyo remains the busiest places as many official and government buildings reside in the area. This not only includes the Police Department as well as the Imperial Palace in its immediate vicinity. Its home to many hospitals including the Epiphany Hospital in Chiyoda. Although crime is still apparent, this remains the most tightly watched area of Inner Tokyo. There are also many other shopping areas and places to visit in Central Tokyo such as the Ginza Shopping Plaza, the hit AT bar the Swallow's Nest, and the Electronics District. The Shinjuku area is slightly isocated from the chains of authority, although offering a home to the Metropolitan Government Building, has its own red light district.
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    Sat 22 Jan 2011, 5:02 am
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  • Tokyo South: - Ota, Shinagawa, Minato

    Tokyo South is equivalent to Inner Tokyo's asshole. Businesses and corporations' factories polute the southern areas along the water in Minato as well as housing one of the more major private Universities as well. Unfortunately Keio University, a well structured University on the border of Minato and Shibuya, lies within the dirty soap bubble. One of the main sewage treatment places as well as OmniChem Corp's main Pharmaceutical Plant is just across the ward. Shinagawa, farther south is vastly different than its neighbor. It is home to 9 embassies and features a large group of mansions near the waterfront as well as a few exclusive docks. Finally, the famous Tokyo International Airport is in the most southern ward of Tokyo, Ota.
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