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Tokyoball is the capital cityball of Japan-icon.png Japanball. Tokyo means "Eastern capital" in Japanese. He is the most populated metropolitan area in the world with over 38 million people (Greater Tokyoball Area). About 13.9 million people live in the metropolis alone. It is mostly a concrete jungle with many big and tall buildings. However, there are also several big parks with nature.

Comparatively, NYC-icon.png New York Cityball has a population of 8.4 million (2018). If you only count the metropolis, Shanghai-icon.png Shanghaiball is larger than him, and Chongqingball would be the largest cityball in the world. 

Can into two baseball teams: the Yomiuri Giants and the Tokyo Yakult Swallows.

History

Tokyoball was born as a little fishing village called Edo in 1457 CE. Since 1603, it has been the de facto capital of Japan-icon.png Japanball, because the Tokugawa-icon.png Tokugawaball Shogun (military dictator) lived there. In 1868 the Emperor of Japan regained control of the country so he moved the capital from Kyoto-icon.png Kyotoball to Edo and renamed it Tokyo.

He hosted the Summer Olympics in 1964 and will do it again in 2020. But it was postponed due to the COVID-19. So he will welcome the world in 2021 (however the games will still be branded as Tokyo 2020).

In February 2021, the Myanmar-icon.png Burmese community started a protest against the Myanmar coup, with over 4,000 people attending the protest, making it the largest protest in Japan-icon.png Japanball.


How to draw

Draw Tokyoball is simple:

  1. Color the basic circle shape of this violet
  2. Draw, with white, a sun border with six rays outing and a littler circle inside
  3. Draw the slant-eyes and you've finished.

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