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Tokyo (4) - Back To The Fire (CD)

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  1. Jul 26,  · TOKYO (AP) — A fire broke out at an office building under construction in Tokyo's western suburbs on Thursday, killing at least four people and injuring about 40 others, many seriously, authorities said. Another person was feared trapped inside the building. More than 70 ambulances and fire engines were sent to the site. Fire officials said more than 20 people were seriously injured.
  2. The fire broke out in a sub-basement of a three-story building under construction in a Western Tokyo suburb. Japanese news site Nikkei xTech believes the building that caught fire was due to become a new facility for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  3. Jul 26,  · Five people died and around 40 were injured Thursday after a fire broke out at a construction site in suburban Tokyo and smoke engulfed workers. One of the five died after failing to escape from the basement of the building that was under construction in the city of Tama.
  4. The back is the VH album cover logo on black with the set list in red on both sides and the location above that in white letters in a red backdrop. Shinjuku Hall is misspelled Shinjuk Hall. The disc is a CD-R that is silk-screened red/orange (no sticky label) with "Shinjuk 78" printed in bold letters.
  5. Tokyo Flashback 4, a Various Artists Album. Released 25 November on PSF (catalog no. PSFD; CD). Genres: Noise Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental Rock.
  6. Tokyo Motor Fist's self-titled debut scratched an itch for music fans who have been starving for new albums from Trixter or Danger Danger (and who also happen to love Def Leppard) and now the band delivers another fix with their sophomore album, LIONS.
  7. In Japan, the firework season kicks off towards the end of July and lasts until the end of August. The popularity of fireworks is by no means a recent phenomenon, and some events such as the Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival have a history dating back hundreds of years. This long history means that today firework manufacturers really know how to put on a show, and the major events in Tokyo see.

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