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Above: Yotsuya Station viewed from the North-East. The large avenue going over the station is the Koshu-Kaido which also runs over Shinjuku Station.


Above: The area around Yotsuya Station


Above: The Japan Railway (JR) East Sports Complex is located near Yotsuya Station.


Above: The Chuo-Sobu Line's go further into central Tokyo. The Sobu Line will lead to Central Chiba in Chiba Prefecture, and the Chuo Line will lead to Central Tokyo Station.


Hope you liked this update of TOKYO 4.0

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 Outstanding work with the re-creation. I love the park area. I would have liked to see different angles of the station, though. 

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Awesome work The pre-planning for your cities must take ages!

Shame about the zig-zags of dirt on the railway tracks.. though I am not sure there is much you can do about that.. unless anyone else has any suggestions?

Where did you get those cool grassy banks that look like walls - the ones with the stairs every so often? Thanks.

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JGellock: Thank you, and thank you for the suggestion, I'll make sure I take different angle shots of my city from now on.

Paulobergonci: Thank you very much, I like the second picture myself. But I should really get a different bus for the city, lol. I have never seen a blue bus in Tokyo.

Skyscraperguy: Thank you.

Tankmank: haha, thanks you noticed by experiment with just zoning commercial instead of plopping, ownzed. Oh well, I guess I should start re-doing that part, sigh.

Guibanez_: Thank you. Also I've been wondering, whats with the underscore after you're screen name? Just curious.

Neonsim: Thank you very much. I also took a peek at your most recent update on you're CJ, very very VERY NICE. I would love to get my hands on that Q-Front.

jj88: thank you very much for complimenting on the pre-planning. It looks boring, but I think I have some of the most fun doing that.
There may be a mod that I can use to get rid of those pesky zig-zags, I should probably get that.
Also, what you are looking for is Mas71's Highwalls, and can be found on the BSC Exchange at SC4 Devotion. If you already have an account heres the download page. http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=1646

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@tepodon: I didn't realize i had place the underscore, when i registered on the site. You don't need to put underscore, only Guibanez.

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Guibanez: Thanks for taking the time to tell me. I guess we all have some kind of story behind our screen-names.

Timmystwin: Thank you. I love doing sunken rail, or sunken anything, it gives me goosebumps.

To All:

I was just expanding my roads for TOKYO 4.0 further westward, and I got pretty close to where I currently live, so I decided to try and calculate where in my SC4 Region my house would come around... and the results...

If you remember the problem I had with how to place Ikebukuro Station, this will familiar. My house will be located exactly at the border of two large cities. AARRRRRGH!!! I was going to BAT where I live, and place it in there, but crud.
However, there are no major landmarks that will get cut in half (OTHER THAN MY HOME!), I'm not going to do the Ikebukuro solution on this little tiny problem.

Also I've been updating region shots on the first page so if you're interested please take a look.

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