Shiodome ?? - Tokyo
The Shiodome (??, meaning "tide stops") area of Tokyo is built on an area of land reclaimed in the 19th century from Tokyo Bay at the mouth of the Sumida River. In 1872 it became the location of Shimbashi Station, the Tokyo terminal of Japan's first rail line. In the 1980s, the area started to be redeveloped and now hosts a cluster of spectacular skyscrapers housing Nippon TV and other Japanese corporate giants like Dentsu, Matsushita, and Shiseido.
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- The City: Tokyo