Tokyo - forever young and vibrant city
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The capital of Japan, surprisingly, is one of the youngest cities in the country - its foundation dates back to 1457. The completion of the small castle of Edo gave rise to the city, which in a few hundred years turned into Tokyo - pulsing like Vienna and never sleeping capital of the state. And, despite the fact that the city survived with huge losses the strongest Kanto earthquake in 1923 and with almost the same losses in World War II, it survived, rebuilt and is now the largest capital city in the world in terms of economic indicators. This is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas, while combining the features of the past and the present. In the shadow of huge skyscrapers, you can see tiny houses, miraculously preserved after the destruction, and small narrow streets that do not even have names.