Ten years ago changed the world. One of the greatest nations of the world lost their capital city to the destructive force of an out of control magic user fighting a war that no one in the world was aware of. No one knew of the dangers that lurked out there in plain sight. Since the day that London crumbled to the ground, the world rose up. People began demanding that those with abilities be registered. Those that were found to be too dangerous, or those that did not cooperate were rounded up and taken to many different facilities all around the world to be reprogrammed.
Winters in Tokyo are fairly mild with some snow and cooler temperatures. Frosty mornings and dustings of snow, along with winter festivals and the bustle and cheer of the holidays light up Tokyo this season!
Happy Holidays! Celebrate the traditional winter time festivals, as well as Christmas and New Years this season with gift exchanges, holiday lights, New Years fesitvals, with fireworks!
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The outer wards of Tokyo include places like Toshima, Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Ota. These are rather busy places within Tokyo and are full of culture, both modern and traditional, as well as residential and business areas alike. There are plenty of restaurants and sights to see.
The inner wards of Tokyo are the ones lying closer to the center of the city and Tokyo bay area. These wards include Chiyoda, Chuo, Minato, and Koto. Here you will also find a lot of things to do, like the pier and Tokyo Tower, but there is also a lot of government buildings and large corporations. Skyscrapers make up a lot of this section of Tokyo, but there are still plenty of places to go.
Located all around Tokyo in various wards and districts are Yakuza run areas. These territories are scattered throughout Tokyo, and include bath houses, soaplands, bars and izakayas, tattoo parlors, and other illicit places. A lot of them are located within Kabukicho, Shinjuku, but they are all over the place really.
The facility is located on a man-made island that used to be a landfill. It was entirely reformed by the Yoshitaka company after the totsuzen started to be produced. The facility is quite large, and even goes deep underground and into the sea. It has four levels above ground and many buildings in the area, and has at least 5 levels below the surface as well. Ever since Kyou took over, the entirety of the grounds looks levelled and abandoned, as if the place no longer exists.
Saitama Prefecture is an area just north of Tokyo. Saitama has things such as Edo townscape in Kawagoe, the famous Nagatoro River Cruise, the beautiful moss pink (Shibazakura) in Chichibu, and the Railway Museum in Saitama City. It is possible to enjoy a day trip from Tokyo to Kawagoe since it is only a 30 minute train ride away. Closer to Chichibu is also where the Yoshitaka holding facility is located, and where most of the unregistereds wind up.
It is a dormant stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707–1708. Mount Fuji lies about 100 kilometers (60 mi) south-west of Tokyo, and can be seen from there on a clear day. There is a large forest at the base of the volcano known as the Aokigahara Forest, mostly commonly known as the "Suicide Forest".
Kyoto, once the capital of Japan, is a city on the island of Honshu. It's famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. It’s also known for formal traditions such as kaiseki dining, consisting of multiple courses of precise dishes, and geisha, female entertainers often found in the Gion district.
Izumo is a city on Japan’s Honshu Island. It's known for Izumo-taisha, a sprawling Shinto shrine. The Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo explores the site’s history, which dates back to the 8th century. Nearby, the Former Taisha Station is a 1920s rail terminal built in the Imperial Crown Style. On the coast, Hinomisaki Lighthouse overlooks the sea. South, Tachikue Gorge is home to scores of Buddhist statues.
After being rather devastated during the fall of London and the eruption of magic that spread quite wide through the area, Europe has changed quite a bit. Slowly but surely they are allowing travel into areas that were once restricted, including that of the UK, portions of France, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands, which were all affected by the original blast.
The United States has always been strict on security, but have remained neutral with open borders. They have their own ways of dealing with the problems of powered people, and their own versions of things. They require rigorous testing and screening processes on all of their borders and all security checkpoints in airports, train stations, and harbor areas. IDs are always required.
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