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Japan's capital is located on the east coast of the main island in the Japanese archipelago, Honshū. Until 1890, Tokyo was a small fishing village called Edo. Tokyo is divided into 23 districts, including busy Shinjuku, home to numerous skyscrapers, and bustling Shibuya, which includes major shopping centres, like 109. The city centre is traditionally divided into two parts: Yamanote and Shitamachi. Despite its modern buildings, such as the Tokyo Skytree, there are lots of Shinto sanctuaries and Buddhist temples, including the oldest Sensō-ji, the Yasukuni sanctuary, or the Hōzōmongate. The official symbol of the city, adopted in June 1989, is a green Ginkgo biloba leaf in the shape of a “T” for Tokyo. The city has fourteen restaurants with three Michelin stars—more than any other city in the world.
The Line depicted the skyline of Tokyo as seen from its bay.