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  • n. Plural form of Tokyoite.

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Examples

  • But stoic Tokyoites' relative calm was undercut by a much-bigger concern: What if this was the "big one"?

    Amid Aftershocks and Fears of a Bigger Temblor, Tokyo Grapples With Its Vulnerability

  • After first joining antinuclear rallies, he sought to organize one himself in Shibuya, a commercial neighborhood popular among young Tokyoites.

    Japan's Way Back

  • Issei Kato/Reuters The rare attraction, added to the arrival of cherry blossoms in nearby Ueno Park, provided a chance for some Tokyoites to relax in the spring sunshine and put the ongoing nuclear crisis at Fukushima Daiichi, about 120 miles 200 kilometers away, to the back of their minds.

    Pandas Debut at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo

  • Tokyoites went back to work as the city tried to edge back to a semblance of normalcy.

    World Watch

  • Seems like Tokyoites have more faith in the power of the yen than in the local ghostbusters!

    Taking Advantage of Suicide Discount in Real Estate

  • In the nondescript apartments that filled in the flattened city after World War II live some Tokyoites who have grown old in the complexes.

    Shock of Gray

  • "To meet the needs of Tokyoites 'kitchens, we need a modern facility in a bigger location that is equipped with various new capabilities," he says.

    Moving Tokyo's Kitchen

  • At drugstores, masks, a favorite of Tokyoites during flu season, are in high demand.

    CNN Transcript Oct 8, 2009

  • And he's found Tokyoites to be so interested in his restaurant that he's started offering a series of cooking demonstrations, where customers are invited to the kitchen to watch him prepare simple dishes that they can then sample in the restaurant.

    The New Food Capital Of The World

  • This figure of a loyal dog that faithfully came to fetch his owner at the train station each day (even after his owner passed away), was erected in 1934 and is today a popular meeting point for Tokyoites.

    City Walk: Tokyo

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