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| SymbolDescription = <p>Adopted in June 1989, Tokyo's official symbol has three arcs forming the letter '''T''' for Tokyo in the shape of a vivid green ginkgo leaf. It symbolizes Tokyo's future growth, prosperity, charm, and tranquility.</p>  
 
| SymbolDescription = <p>Adopted in June 1989, Tokyo's official symbol has three arcs forming the letter '''T''' for Tokyo in the shape of a vivid green ginkgo leaf. It symbolizes Tokyo's future growth, prosperity, charm, and tranquility.</p>  
 
| image_skyline    =  
 
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| Capital          = [[Capital:=Tokyo|Tokyo]]
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| Capital          = [[City:=Tokyo]]
 
| Region            = Kantō
 
| Region            = Kantō
 
| Island            = [[Honshū]]  
 
| Island            = [[Honshū]]  
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'''Tokyo''' (東京, literally "Eastern capital") is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, the home of the Japanese Imperial Family, and the ''[[de facto]]'' capital of [[Located In::Directory:Japan|Japan]].  
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'''[[Prefecture Name:=Tokyo]]''' (東京, literally "Eastern capital") is the seat of the [[Nation Located In::Directory:Japan|Japanese]] government and the Imperial Palace, the home of the Japanese Imperial Family, and the ''[[de facto]]'' capital of [[Capital Of::Directory:Japan|Japan]].  
    
Prior to 1943, Tokyo was the name of both one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, Tokyo-fu, and the populous city of Tokyo in the eastern half of the prefecture.  In 1943 the city and prefecture were merged into a unique prefectural level government entity, known as ''Tōkyō-to'' 東京都 or "Tokyo Metropolis".  This administrative region includes the twenty-three "special wards" of the former city, many suburban cities in the western half of the prefecture, and two chains of islands extending south into the [[Pacific Ocean]]. About 12 million people, 10 percent of Japan's population, live within Tōkyō-to's  prefectural boundaries.
 
Prior to 1943, Tokyo was the name of both one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, Tokyo-fu, and the populous city of Tokyo in the eastern half of the prefecture.  In 1943 the city and prefecture were merged into a unique prefectural level government entity, known as ''Tōkyō-to'' 東京都 or "Tokyo Metropolis".  This administrative region includes the twenty-three "special wards" of the former city, many suburban cities in the western half of the prefecture, and two chains of islands extending south into the [[Pacific Ocean]]. About 12 million people, 10 percent of Japan's population, live within Tōkyō-to's  prefectural boundaries.
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