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Fukui Prefecture

FUKUI PREFECTURE

Main City: Fukui

Population: 787,000 people ranking 43/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 4,188 km2 [2]

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Ishikawa Prefecture

ISHIKAWA PREFECTURE

Main City: Kanazawa

Population: 1,154,000 people, ranking 34/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 4,185 km2

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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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Tokyo Metropolis

TOKYO METROPOLIS

Main City: Tokyo

Population: 13,514,000 people, ranking 1/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 2,187.66 km² [2]

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Chiba Prefecture

CHIBA PREFECTURE

Main City: Chiba

Population: 6,224,000 people, ranking 6/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 5,156.15 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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Gunma Prefecture

GUNMA PREFECTURE

Main City: Maebashi

Population: 1,973,000 people ranking 19/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 6,363 km2 [2]

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Gunma Prefecture is located in the middle of Honshu, around 100km from the capital, Tokyo.

Tochigi Prefecture

TOCHIGI PREFECTURE

Main City: Utsunomiya

Population: 1,975,000 people, ranking 18/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 6,408.28 km² [2]

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Ibaraki Prefecture

IBARAKI PREFECTURE

Main City: Mito

Population: 2,918,000 people, ranking 11/47 prefectures (2015) [1]

Area: 6,095.58 km² [2]

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