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上京, じょうきょう

  • jōkyō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • proceeding to the capital (Tokyo)

Examples of 上京,じょうきょう in a Sentence

He came up to Tokyo on business.
He had not been in Tokyo a month when he got homesick.
I hoped to have seen you when I went to Tokyo.
In any case you should come up to Tokyo.
He added that he was coming up to town in a day or two.
I came up to Tokyo at once it was early in the afternoon and saw my uncle.
He comes to Tokyo once a year.
Ten years have passed since I came to Tokyo at the age of eighteen.
She came up to Tokyo at eighteen.
Both of his parents are coming to Tokyo.

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