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Hayabusachō

Hayabusachō is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. As of April 1, 2007, the districts population is 483. Hayabusachō is located of the western part of Chiyoda. It borders Kōjimachi to the north, the Tokyo Imperial Palace to the east, Nagatachō to the south, and Hirakawachō to the west. This district is known as the location of the National Theatre of Japan and the Supreme Court of Japan.

                                               

Hirakawachō

Hirakawachō is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan, consisting of 1-chōme and 2-chōme. As of April 1, 2007, its population is 1.104. Note that Kanda-Hirakawachō, also located in the Chiyoda ward, is a completely different district. Hirakawachōs postal code is 102-0093. Hirakawachō is located in the western part of the Chiyoda ward. It borders Kōjimachi to the north, Hayabusachō to the east, Nagatachō to the south, and Kioichō to the west. The Tokyo FM-Dōri Ave forms its northern boundary, the Aoyama-Dōri Ave forms its southern boundary, and the Prince-Dōri Ave forms its western boundary.

                                               

Iwamotochō

Iwamotochō is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. It consists of 3 chōme. This article also deals with Kanda-Iwamotochō. As of April 1, 2007, the total population of the two districts is 1.989. Iwamotochō is located on the northeastern part of Chiyoda. The area consisting of both Iwamotochō and Kanda-Iwamotochō borders Kanda-Sakumakaji and Kanda-Sakumachō to the north; Higashi-Kanda to the east; Nihonbashi-Kodenmachō and Nihonbashi-Honchō, Chūō to the south; and Kanda-Sudachō, Kanda-Higashimatsushitachō, Kanda-Higashikonyachō, Kanda-Konyachō, Kanda-Nishifukudachō and Kanda-Mikurachō to th ...

                                               

Kajichō, Tokyo

Kajichō is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. It consists of Kajichō 1-chōme and Kajichō 2-chōme. This article also explains about Kanda-Kajichō, which today only has Kanda-Kajichō 3-chōme. As of April 1, 2007, the total population of the both districts is 371. These districts are located on the northeastern part of Chiyoda. The combined area of Kajichō and Kanda-Kajichō borders Kanda-Sudachō to the north, Kanda-Higashimatsushitachō, Kanda-Tomiyamachō, Kanda-Konyachō, Kanda-Kitanorimonochō, Kanda-Nishifukudachō and Kanda-Mikurachō to the east, Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Nihonbashi-Hongokuchō ...

                                               

Kasumigaseki

Kasumigaseki is a district in Chiyoda Ward in Tokyo, Japan. It is the location of most of Japans cabinet ministry offices. The name is often used as a metonym for the Japanese government bureaucracy, as opposed to Nagatachō, which refers to the elected government or the legislative branch. Kasumigaseki Station was one of the stations affected during the Tokyo subway sarin attack.

                                               

Nagatachō

Nagatachō is a district of Tokyo, Japan, located in Chiyoda Ward. It is the location of the Diet of Japan and the Prime Ministers residence. The Supreme Court of Japan is located in neighboring Hayabusachō. Nagatachōs name is often used to refer figuratively to the Japanese government, as opposed to Kasumigaseki which refers to the administration. During the Edo period, the area surrounding Hibiya High School and Embassy of Mexico was samurai residences of Kishiwada Domain.

                                               

Kitanorimonochō, Tokyo

Kitanorimonochō, or officially Kanda-Kitanorimonochō, is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. As of April 1, 2007, its population is 90. Its postal code is 101-0036. This district is located in the northeast part of the Chiyoda ward. It borders Kanda-Konyachō North to the north, Kanda-Higashikonyachō and Kanda-Higashimatsushitachō to the east, Kanda-Konyachō South to the south, and Kajichō to the west.

                                               

Sanbanchō, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Sanbanchō is an upscale residential district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. The district is home to the Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery, the Otsuma Women University as well as the Apostolic Nunciature. The district borders the Tokyo Imperial Palace to the east, Nibanchō and Yonbanchō to the west, Ichibanchō to the south, and Kudanminami to the north.

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Surugadai

Kanda-Surugadai is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. It was named after Tokugawa Ieyasus death, when the Edo government allowed officials from Sunpu to live in the area. Kanda-Surugadai is often called Surugadai or, colloquially, Sundai. The main building and campus of Meiji University is in the district. The headquarters of the Japanese Trade Union Confederation Rengo is located in Kanda-Surugadai.

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