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Just like any self-sustainable city, numerous businesses line the streets. Everything always seems to be within walking distance, be it a shopping mall, café, restaurant, bar, lounge, club, etc. In the daytime, it’s common to see everything formal and orderly. When night falls, the dark sky lights up with the neon lights of more questionable entertainment. People come here to go shopping, enjoy a bite to eat, a beverage to drink or go dancing.
"SapphireRose" Fang || Feb 24, 2019 12:46:46 GMT -8
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The suburban areas of the city are roughly removed from the bustling city center where all the action happens. The homes and apartment complexes here are all shapes, sizes, and styles, and it generally quiets down once the sun sets. If one doesn’t own a home, there are hotels of various quality for guests to stay overnight; some are bed and breakfast, others are luxury hotels. Motels are also here but are generally in less savory areas.
"SapphireRose" Fang || Feb 8, 2018 7:01:28 GMT -8
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Not everywhere is all sunshine and daisies. The outer ring lacks financial success and morals. It’s often forgotten by those that don’t live there. Dreary, dour, gritty, and sometimes downright scary, the ghetto stows away much of the city’s unwanted and undesirables and is the hub for illegal activity. It’s common for muggings to happen on the streets, drug deals to happen out in the open, and organized crime to operate in the shadows.
"Shar" Cross || May 31, 2018 13:51:22 GMT -8
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Living in any location within the boundaries of Japan usually results in the constant use of the public transportation systems, be it the train or buses. The trains primarily glide along dedicated railways built over roadways and can be ridden with a negligible fee that can be paid in cash or prepaid transit card. The bus system makes frequent stops and costs even less than the trains, but it can take several buses to get across town.
Kashiwagi Rei || May 27, 2018 20:56:20 GMT -8

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Maiko City
Maiko City is a bustling metropolis and a popular tourist destination due to its rich supernatural history. Some mundane population lives here, but the vast majority of residents are supernatural in nature, be them supers, demons, angels, or something else entirely. Businesses thrive in the city center, and a spacious residential area fills the outer portion. The more one travels away from the city center, the quieter it gets.
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