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an estimated population of 44,000 people, with a density of 3,776 persons per square kilometer. The Imperial Palace occupies 12% of the total area of the neighborhood, 11.64 km², which surrounds himin a radius of approximately 1 km.
The neighborhood's name means "field of thousand Chiyoda (千代田区 Chiyoda-ku?) is one of 23 special districts in Tokyo, Japan. In 2005, the district had generations".In Chiyoda are several governmental institutions, including the Diet, the Supreme japanese Court, and the official residence of the Japanese prime minister. Some of the milestones as urban TokyoStation and the Yasukuni shrine, in addition to 15 embassies, are located in the neighborhood. In Chiyoda it is estimated that there are 36 thousand commercial establishments, with almost 900 thousandemployees.
Chiyoda was created on March 15, 1947, unifying the Kanda district (Chiyoda northeast section of the current), with the neighborhood Kojimachi
Akihabara (秋叶原? Field of Autumn Leaves), alsoknown as Akiba (アキバ?) Or Akihabara Electric Town (秋叶原 电 気 街 Akihabara Denki Gai?), Is an area located less than five minutes by train from Tokyo Station in the district of Shinjuku, famous for being themecca for otaku and geek culture in Japan Akihabara is an important trading region, most of the stores there are engaged in the sale of electronic products, computers, accessories and gadgets;moreover audiovisual entertainment, such as anime, manga and video games in the majority of which are on the main street, Chūōdōri, with many types of items used in the narrow streets of Soto Kanda 3-chome.Tools, electrical parts, cables, microscopic cameras and similar items are found in the narrow hallways of Soto Kanda 1-chome (near the station). Foreign tourists often visit the shops of big nameslike Laox or specialised shops near the station, although there are more variety and lower prices in places a little further away. Akihabara gained some fame for being the home of one of the first...
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