Moto-Akasaka

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Moto-Akasaka (元赤坂) is a district in Tokyo, and a part of the Minato ward.

Coordinates: 35°40′41″N139°43′52″E / 35.67806°N 139.73111°E / 35.67806; 139.73111


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