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2 edition of Why is it safer to live in Tokyo? found in the catalog.

Why is it safer to live in Tokyo?

Why is it safer to live in Tokyo?

an exploratory symposium

by

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Published by Australian Institute of Criminology in Canberra .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime -- Japan.,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- Japan.,
  • Criminal statistics -- Japan.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW. Clifford, director.
    ContributionsClifford, W. 1918-, Australian Institute of Criminology.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination86 leaves :
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22157543M
    ISBN 100642899568
    OCLC/WorldCa11178137

    There will be visitors gazing upward—something New Yorkers never do—on their way from one landmark to another. But it came in second, behind Osaka, in health security, fourth for infrastructure security and also fourth for personal security, with the report pointing out that the city is still plagued by corruption and organized crime. Long lines are most common for B-class gourmet foods like ramen. To understand our cities and what to do about them, we must hold on to those truths and dispatch harmful myths. Jump on a train and within hours you're in a charming seaside town or mountain village. Namazu the mythical giant catfish who causes earthquakes.

    Fashion, music and artistic subcultures thrive in Tokyo. English Japan isn't an English speaking country. A glossary of Japanese words and numerals plus some simple phrases conclude this informative volume. Governments should encourage people to live in modestly sized urban aeries instead of bribing home buyers into big suburban McMansions.

    With just a few exceptions including a few early 19th century reigning empresses the throne has been held exclusively by men. I was informed that if a train is late, then you can request a ticket from the platform inspector, which states by how many minutes the train was late. But she also made mistakes that came from relying too much on her ground-level view and not using conceptual tools that help one think through an entire system. The flow of less advantaged people into cities from Rio to Rotterdam demonstrates urban strength, not weakness. Major airports have begun screening passengers for the coronavirus, and more than three dozen airlines— including Delta, American, and United —have cut their flights to China and other places affected by the crisis. They've been known to attack photographers.


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