Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is one of the largest and most crowded cities in the world. Men known as 'pushers' are hired to pack people onto city trains.
Tokyo is the seat of the Japanese government, the home of the Emperor of Japan and is the country's capital.
Previously, Tokyo was a small fishing village called Edoa, which means estuary. Later, when the city became the imperial capital in 1868, its name was changed to Tokyo.
Tokyo in translation means the eastern capital. There are approximately 150 earthquakes in Tokyo every year.
In Japan, growing plants is an art.
There are a lot of people living in Tokyo, and they influence the formation of temperatures in the city, which is above the average by 10 degrees.
The new generation of Japanese people are not as small as Europeans think.
The Japanese tend to believe that all foreign countries, especially America, are dangerous to visit.
You can buy batteries, beer, wine, condoms, cigarettes, comics, hot dogs, light bulbs, and used women's underwear from the vending machines in Tokyo.