Definition of Japanese capital
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of Japan; the economic and cultural center of Japan.
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Hondo, Honshu, Japan, Nihon, Nippon
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Japanese Capital
Literary usage of Japanese capital
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Critic in the Orient by George Hamlin Fitch (1913)
"THE japanese capital AND ITS PARKS AND TEMPLES TOKIO, the capital of Japan, is a picturesque city of enormous extent and the tourist who sees it in two or ..."
2. Yen for Development: Japanese Foreign Aid & the Politics of Burden-sharing by Shafiqul Islam (1991)
"Thus, trends in japanese capital to the Third World show an increase in the share of bank debt for Asian countries and a decrease for all others—although ..."
3. E. H. Harriman's Far Eastern Plans by George Kennan (1917)
"attended by the most eminent officials and statesmen in the japanese capital, including the Premier, the Minister of the Imperial Household, the Minister of ..."
4. The Future of Japan: With a Survey of Present Conditions by W. Petrie Watson (1907)
"None of the dangers to the nation's unity of feeling and identity of aim, which might be implied by the assumption by the japanese capital of this distinct ..."
5. The Shantung Question: A Study in Diplomacy and World Politics by Ge-Zay Wood (1922)
"... be restored to China should be given to a Chino-Japanese joint concern, "in which Chinese and japanese capital shall stand on an entirely equal footing. ..."
6. Must We Fight Japan? by Walter Broughton Pitkin (1921)
"The "Dutch East Indian Archipelago," a commercial journal in Java, reports the infiltration of japanese capital there. A Japanese company that is in the ..."
7. Journal of the American Asiatic Association by American Asiatic Association (1916)
"The management had committed the incredible folly of borrowing japanese capital at various times in its career, and by 1914 it was evident that if it was ..."