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Saitama Prefecture

Main City: Saitama

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

Area: 3,797 km2 [2]

Shiga Prefecture

Main City: Otsu

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

Area:  4,017 km2 [2]

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.

Shimane Prefecture

Main City: Matsue

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

Area: 6,707 km2 [2]

Shizuoka Prefecture

Main City: Shizuoka

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

Area: 7,779 km2 [2]

Tochigi Prefecture

Main City: Utsunomiya

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

Area: 6,408.28 km² [2]

Tohoku

Among Tohoku’s trading partners, Asia and North America account for 73% of all exports from the region. The main trading partners in Asia are China and South Korea.

Tokushima Prefecture

Main City full name: Tokushima

Population: 756,000 people, ranking 44/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Tokyo Metropolis

Main City: Tokyo

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

Area: 2,187.66 km² [2]

Tottori Prefecture

Main City: Tottori

Population: 574,000 people ranking 47/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 3,507 km2 [2]

Toyama Prefecture

TOYAMA PREFECTURE

Main City: Toyama

Population: 1,067,000 people, ranking 37/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Wakayama Prefecture

Main City: Wakayama

Population: 964,000 people, ranking 40/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 4,726 km2 [2]

Yamagata Prefecture

Main City: Yamagata

Population: 1,078,000 people, ranking 35/47 prefecture (2019)

Area: 9,325 km2

Yamaguchi Prefecture

Main City: Yamaguchi

Population: 1,405,000 people, ranking 27/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 6,110 km² [2]

Yamanashi Prefecture

Main City: Kofu

Population: 835,000 people ranking 41/47 prefecture (2015) [1]

Area: 4,465 km2 [2]