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What is the relative location of Tokyo?

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The relative location of Tokyo is 596 miles northeast of Kagoshima, Japan, a city at the southern tip of the nation. It is also 680 miles southwest of Japan's northernmost city of Wakkanai.

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What is the relative location of Tokyo?
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The relative location of a city is where it is situated with regard to other landmarks or cities. Tokyo is on the east coast of Honshu Island. The city is 59 miles northeast of Mount Fuji. According to TimeAndDate.com, Tokyo's relative location to other major Japanese cities is as follows: 17 miles north of Yokohama, 107 miles southeast of Nagano and 248 miles east northeast of Osaka. It is also 3,862 miles west of Honolulu, Hawaii.

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