An interesting article about comparison of Mumbai and Tokyo
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Mumbai is better than tokyo due to its beaches,buildings and developed colonies.
Mr Karan, What do u think of Tokyo.
Tokyo is much larger, not only in area but also in population as compared to Mumbai. So far as the buildings and colonies are concerned, Tokyo has a very high standard colonies and is much much devoleped than Mumbai. Its a second largest city in the world after New York.
U r like that frog which thinks the well in which it resides is the whole world.
Move out of it.
i m sorry but tokyo ranks 3rd in the world best cities…..
and its a waste to compare the city like tokyo and mumbai……….
mumbai hav to more to do,,,,,,,,,,, but this is corruption which is stopping this development
Mr siddharth. . . For ur kind information. . . Mumbai is the third largest and third most populous of world cities. . . .its ought to become the most populous city in the world. . .
Is this a joke ? Mumbai and Tokyo cannot even be a comparison ! Karan must be out of his brains !
Maybe Mumbai should be compared with the likes of Nairobi, Dhaka and Karachi !
if we hav to compare japan and india than not in cities……….
this r the things in which india nd japan hav a good fight
R u all gone mad.
Here is the list,
2. New York
4. Mumbai (Bombay)
5. Mexico City
7. New Delhi
@Kaiser: Tum saale log Mumbai se jalte ho..
kabhi Bombay dekha hai kya?
baat karta hai.
Dhaka aur Karachi se compare kar rha hai?
Check out Mumbai,
tokyo is the best for me.mumbai is the best city in india but it is a waste to compare it with cities like tokyo
Mumbai can give tough fight in following things to Tokyo:
5. Beaches & Natural Harbours..
It is the BIGGEST & RICHEST city in whole ASIA. Then what the hell is this Tokyo?
tokyo is better than mumbai don t compare that mumbai to tokyo u mumbaikars
U al r half minded,
if tokyo is largest city of the world,
Mumbai is the mother of all d cities.
both cities r cool..
Shanghai is largest..
Mr siddharth. . . For ur kind information. . . Mumbai is the fourth largest and third most populous of world cities. . . .its ought to become the most populous city in the world. . .
excuse me please check the list .tokyo is the largest and most populated city of the world.and mr mumbaikar tokyo has far well developed railways.tokyo is the best you fools
@Tokyolover, I appreciate ur luv for tokyo but have u ever visited Bombay.
anyways visit the wikipedia u’ll find the following largest cities,
6. Mexico City
10. New York
Dilraj is ri8
Tokyolover, don’t ever dare to compare about railway connectivity of any city to that of Mumbai (Bombay),
Bombay has connectivity to all over India. Understand?
i think mumbai has many five star residecies and many towers and the worls costliest house of mukesh ambani, ‘antilla’ is also situated here and mumbai is the city which works constantly and never sleeps and the thing is not of being large but its about being hardworking and naturally beautiful which mumbai is more then tokyo so i think that mumbai much better .
hmm..many fivestar hotel and world costlier residence sorrounded by million of slums and including world most dirty cities rank.Had u have been there in tokyo? or have u watch a film “fast n furious” tokyo drift? Just like same there!!!. If tokyo sleeps all over cities ll shut down.
sorry mumbai cant compare with tokyo…i have been there in mumbai i found lots of million of slums and dirty but in tokyo u cant find dirty place and lazy people.Tokyo brought the dream of asia to the world and has to be future techonolgy following by seoul, shanghai.
Why the hell do you mumbaikars compare your cities with the ones of Japan. Our cities are still developing.@ mumbaikar in what do u say Mumbai’s railways is developed.Tokyo has shinkansen and best subway system in the world
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