Tokyo Bay


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To′kyo Bay′


n.
an inlet of the Pacific, in SE Honshu Island of Japan. 30 mi. (48 km) long; 20 mi. (32 km) wide.
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Due to heavy snowfall, about 50 cars were stranded on the Rainbow Bridge over Tokyo Bay.
Coates also says that a water quality report from organizers at Odaiba in Tokyo Bay, site of the marathon swimming and triathlon events, turned up 'readings that were not what they should be.
Navy destroyer collided early on Saturday morning with a Philippine-flagged merchant vessel south of Tokyo Bay in Japan, the U.
This Water Transportation Project is a project endorsed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to increase the appeal of the waterfront environment in the Tokyo Bay Area and the Sumida River while promoting tourism.
Haneda Airport, located on Tokyo Bay, handles around 550 flights a day with around 75 million passengers passing through the hub last year, making it one of the world's busiest airports.
This super-tall building is set to reach a height of 1,700m and host up to 55,000 people in Tokyo bay, an inlet southeast of the Japanese capital.
Ninety-two years after Commodore Perry sailed into Tokyo Bay and pushed Japan onto the world stage at gunpoint, the Americans were back.
That's even more true given that there was an alternative available: the US could have dropped an A-bomb in or near Tokyo Bay.
The Japanese surrendered onboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945, so the assumption would be that your father-in-law might have been there and witnessed the event.
The former HMS Whimbrel also served in the Arctic Convoys, landed troops at Normandy's Utah Beach on D-Day and at the surrender of Japan in Tokyo Bay.
NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka Fuel Department personnel hosted Yokosuka Middle School students during a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) event held aboard Defense Fuel Support Point (DFSP) Hakozaki on the island of Azuma located within Tokyo Bay Apr.
Idemitsu Kosan currently sells a combined 60,000-70,000 mt/month of bunker fuel from its Tokuyama refinery in western Japan and Chiba refinery in Tokyo Bay, which will fall to below 60,000 mt/month after April, a company source said.