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都, 京, みやこ

  • miyako


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • capital
  • metropolis

Examples of 都,京,みやこ in a Sentence

London is no longer a city of fog.
You can get it at the courthouse, the clerk added.
It's a small noisy apartment but it's where I live and I call it home.
In Japan, a beautiful city was built as early as the eighth century.
Wherever you live is the best place.
Paris is called the City of Lights. Many beautiful buildings are lighted at night.
Nara is a very old city.
He had heard wonderful stories about cities of gold with silver trees.
The woman left and went to the courthouse, where she waited in line again.

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