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Memory-beta

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The Seal of United Earth

Tokyo is the capital city of Japan on Earth. The Federation News Service maintains offices on Tokyo. The Federation starship USS Tokyo was named for this city.

Starfleet Research and Development have a facility in Tokyo. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual)

Benjamin Sisko once knew a person who lived in Tokyo for a decade. His friend would often say that those who lived in "earthquake country" never relied on the ground. (DS9 novel: The Big Game)

In the 2370s, Tokyo hosted a Starfleet office. (TNG short story: "Eleven Hours Out")

The Federation News Service had offices in Tokyo, where Palais de la Concorde correspondent Regia Maldonado was based. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

Real world

Pocket Books had offices in Tokyo up until 1999.

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DC Comics

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From DC Database

Location Template Location Template
Tokyo

[[Image:|200px|center|Tokyo]]
Official Name
Tokyo
Aliases
東京

Country

Characteristics
Dimensions
2,187.08 km² (45th)

Population
12,570,000 (2006 census); Population Density: 5796 /km²

First appearance

Unknown

Contents

History

History of location is unknown.

Points of Interest

  • Chiba
  • Gunma
  • Ibaraki
  • Kanagawa
  • Saitama
  • Tochigi
  • Yamanashi

Residents

See Also

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Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

Tokyo is the capital and largest city of Japan. Its metropolitan area has about 12,800,000 people.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

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Tokyo

Tokyo
Gallery
Official Name
Tokyo
Galaxy

Star System

Planet

Country

City
Tokyo

First appearance

Wolverine #1
(September, 1982)

Contents

History

Logan visited Tokyo in his travels while searching for the White Ghost[1].

Residents

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

Links and References

  • None.
  1. Wolverine: The End #2

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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The Tokyo metropolis was the de facto capital of Japan on Earth.

Tokyo was legally a prefecture that uniquely also provided some of the services characteristic of a city. Its 23 special wards were, administratively, cities in their own right.

The Akihabara district located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo was very famous as a high tech district of Japan. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity)

Tokyo expanded since the 20th century. During the 24th century, Kyoto became a suburb of Tokyo. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity)

A spaceport is also part of the city. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Way of Infinity)

The Federation starship, USS Tokyo was named after the metropolis. (The Starfleet Museum)

The USS Shinjuku (and the Shinjuku class) was named after the Shinjuku ward of Tokyo. (TOSS)

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Tokyo (東京 Tōkyō) is a city in the country of Japan on Earth. It seems to be a magnet for disaster, as it is always under attack by super-powered Transformers and the occasional giant lizard.

Contents

Fiction

The Transformers cartoon continuity

The Transformers cartoon

Optimus Prime, Blaster and Bumblebee took Omega Supreme to Tokyo, and raced around the city trying to capture the electricity gremlin Kremzeek. Kremzeek!

Kiss Players

At the end of the Unicron War of 2005, the newly-empowered Rodimus Prime defeated the Decepticon leader Galvatron, hurling him into space. Unfortunately, Galvatron crash-landed on Earth, obliterating Tokyo. One year later, much of the city had been restored, with the headquarters of the Earth Defense Command built on top of the impact crater. Drawn to the source of their Unicron-created cells, the Legion army converged on the city, with only the Tokyo Autrooper Team to keep them at bay. Kiss Players

Marvel Generation One comics

There are giant alien transforming robots fighting each other on Earth and the Japanese are unaware? That's pretty hard to believe.

When Starscream absorbed a portion of the Underbase, Tokyo was one of the three cities he chose to destroy. He announced this, of course, out loud, so when he arrived, an army of Autobots and Decepticons led by Grimlock and Scorponok were waiting for him.

While in the city, these Transformers are taken out by Starscream, in the following order:

Scorponok retreated to the Ark and Starscream left for his final targeted city, Buenos Aires. Dark Star!

Dreamwave Generation One comics

The Ginza district of Tokyo was the site of a publicity event to shore up flagging support for the Autobots. The event was disrupted by Megatron's appearance.

Megatron, Optimus Prime, Jazz, Bluestreak and 212 civilians were summarily teleported from the ensuing battle to Labyrinth by the Keepers. Keepers Trilogy

Dreamwave Energon comics

Tokyo was attacked by hundreds of Cruellocks, which were ultimately driven off by the arrival of the reborn and very angry Megatron. Multiplicity, Pt. 4


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