According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Comprehensive Ranking for World Rankings published by the Mori Memorial Foundation Institute for Urban Strategies (Director-Professor Emeritus Keizo Takenaka) on November 19th, Tokyo was ranked 3rd for 4 consecutive years.
Although indicators such as GDP and the world's top 500 companies showed strengths, their weaknesses include work style flexibility, social freedom and equality.
In “Residence” by field, the score dropped to 11th, down from 9th last year.
The top city ranking was the top in London for the ninth consecutive year, but the score dropped due to Brexit. Second place is New York for the eighth consecutive year. The evaluation was high in the fields of economics, research and development, culture and exchange.