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Niigata Prefecture

NIIGATA PREFECTURE

Main City: Niigata

Population: 2,305,000 people, ranking 15/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 12,582 km2 [2]

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Oita Prefecture

OITA PREFECTURE

Main City: Oita

Population: 1,167,000 people, ranking 33/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 6,339 km2 [2]

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Okayama Prefecture

OKAYAMA PREFECTURE

Main City: Okayama

Population: 1,922,000 people, ranking 20/47 (2015) [1]

Area: 7,112 km² [2]

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Okinawa Prefecture

OKINAWA PREFECTURE

Main City: Naha

Population: 1,434,000 people, ranking 25/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 2,271 km2 [2]

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Osaka Prefecture

OSAKA PREFECTURE

Main City: Osaka

Population: 8,839,000 people, ranking 3/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 1,899 km2 [2]

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Presentation: Business Negotiations in Japan

About the Presentation The objective of this presentation is to provide EU Businesses with...

Presentation: Changes in Japanese Business Culture

About the Presentation This presentation provides an overview of recent trends and changes...

Presentation: Do’s and Don’ts in the Japanese Business Environment

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Presentation: Effective Collaboration with the Japanese

About the Presentation This presentation will introduce you to the various cultural and...

Presentation: Japanese Culture

About the Presentation This presentation provides a brief introduction to the major...

Presentation: The Realities of Business in Japan

About the Presentation This presentation will outline and explain the various distribution...

Report: How to develop a robust (digital) marketing strategy in Japan

About the ReportThis report is intended to assist EU companies in formulating a marketing...

Report: Smart guide for your first meeting with Japanese

About the Report: Japanese business culture is often perceived as one of the biggest...

Saga Prefecture

SAGA PREFECTURE

Main City: Saga

Population: 833,000 people, ranking 42/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 2,439 km2 [2]

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Saitama Prefecture

SAITAMA PREFECTURE

Main City: Saitama

Population: 7,261, 000 people, ranking 5/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 3,797 km2 [2]

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Shiga Prefecture

SHIGA PREFECTURE

Main City: Otsu

Population: 1,413,000 people, ranking 26/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area:  4,017 km2 [2]

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Shikoku

SHIKOKU

The island of Shikoku is the smallest of Japan’s four main islands and accounts for 5% of the total land area of Japan.

Agriculture industries are well developed in the region and provide a gross domestic product that is higher than the average when compared to other areas of Japan.  

Shimane Prefecture

SHIMANE PREFECTURE

Main City: Matsue

Population:  694,000 people, ranking 46/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 6,707 km2 [2]

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Shizuoka Prefecture

SHIZUOKA PREFECTURE

Main City: Shizuoka

Population: 3,701,000 people, ranking 10/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 7,779 km2 [2]

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Society & Culture

Japan is one of the world’s leading cultural superpowers, with some of the greatest contributions to film, art, fashion and international politics originating in the Japanese archipelago.