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  • 1. General data…………………….. 3-11Transport…………………………... 12-14Economic sectors……………….. 15-19Industry…………………………….. 20-23Monuments……………………….. 24Urban planning…………………... 25-29
  • 2. A megalopolis is a region made up of severallarge cities and their surrounding areas. The termwas used by Oswald Spengler in his 1918 book
  • 3. Tokyo is in Japan . the area of Tokyo is 0.6% ofthe total area of Japan
  • 4. As of October 1, 2011, the population of Tokyois estimated to be 13.189 million.. With apopulation density.2013, 35 million people
  • 5. Density:6 016,2 hab/km²Birth rate:The birth rate of 1.37 children per woman has fallen to2.07 . World’s fastest-aging society.Death rate:Death rate is 7.8/1,000Fertility rate:In 2010, the Total fertility Rate for Japan was estimatedat 1.39 children per woman, slightly increasing from 1.32in 2001-05 period.
  • 6. Natural growth rate:Average yearly growth rate: 0.8%. The Tokyometropolitan areas rank among the worlds urbanareas.Realth growth:10/11/2011 – The median annual growth rate of Tokyospopulation during that time is about 0.77%Age & gender:Japans population has long been amongst the oldestliving in the world.
  • 7. 2010200019902020
  • 8. As of October 1, 2011, the population of Tokyo isestimated to be 13.189 million, or about 10% of japan’stotal population, and it has the largest populationamong all the 47 prefectures.
  • 9. TrainThe Tokyo train system canbe a bit daunting at first.BoatWater taxis are one of themost dramatic ways to takein the city.BusThe vast majority of Tokyoitesand resident expats never setfoot on a bus as the rail andsubway system is convenientand incrediblycomprehensive.
  • 10. BicycleBicycles are still one of themost common forms oftransport in Tokyo.AirInternational flights fromall over the world landin Japan, most of themarriving in Tokyo.TaxiGenerally speaking, taxis arevery expensive, and youshould only use them whenyou have no alternative.
  • 11. Bank of JapanTokyo Stock ExchangeTokyo has the largest metropolitaneconomy in the world.
  • 12. Tourism in Tokyo is also a contributor tothe economy. In 2006, 4.81 millionforeigners and 420 million Japanese visitsto Tokyo were made; the economicvalue of these visits totaled 9.4 trillion yenaccording to the government of TokyoTOURISM
  • 13. Consumer electronics, cars, optical fibres, opticalmedia...
  • 14. CITY FUNCTIONS- Industrial ( principal funtion)-Tecnologic-comercial-Cultural-Turistic
  • 15. HOW IS ORGANISED?-Irregular and ortogonal
  • 16. HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF TOKYOTokyo was initialy a small fishing village called Edo.In 1603 the town was the area of his extending militarygoverment. During this time Edo grew into one of thebiggets cityes of the world which population beacomingone million in the 18th century. In 1869 the emperor living inimperial capital as well, the former Edo Castle became theimperial palace that´s why Edo was the capital of Japan, anit convers in Tokyo.
  • 17. TOKYO TOWERHANAZONO JINJAKAMINARIMON
  • 18. SERVICES OFFERED IN THE CITYBusiness TaxInternational TaxMergers and AcquisitionsState and Local TaxTransaction Tax
  • 19. THE END