there are 47 prefectures in Japan. Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto are some of the prefectures . In Japanese they are reffered to as todōfuken (都道府県) Prefectures are governmental bodies larger than cities,toens and villages.
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Japan is divided into 47 prefectures.
There are 47 prefectures in Japan.
Japan is divided into regions and further subdivided into prefectures.
Japan does not have states, it has prefectures.(都道府県） It has 47 prefecturesJapan doesn't have states.
There are 47 Prefectures in Japan.
Japan is divided into prefectures.
Japan has 47 prefectures. The bulk, 43, are in the first level of jurisdiction and administrative division. There are two urban prefectures, one circuit and one metropolis. The first prefectures which replaced provinces in Japan were established in 1868 by the Meiji Fuhanken Sanchisei administration.
Smaller countries are often divided into prefectures, as is the case with Japan. Provinces are usually divisions of larger countries.
Japan was divided into provinces during the Edo period. Originally, the provinces were established by Ritsuryo as both administrative units and geographic regions. Today, Japan is divided into 47 prefectures.
Modern Japan is a Parliamentary Democracy. It does not have States, which are sovereign entities, but it does have Prefectures. Each of Japan's 47 prefectures has an elected governor, an elected legislature, and an administrative bureaucracy and is further divided into cities, towns and villages.
Japan does not use provinces anymore. However, it is split into 47 prefectures.
Currently Japan doesn't use provinces. Instead, it has 47 prefectures.
The 47 prefectures of Japan are similar to the state level in the United States. They are the first level of administrative division in Japan. Prefectures replaced provinces of Japan in 1868. The government of each prefecture is run by a governor who is elected by the people in the prefecture.
Japan has a national government with legislative, administrative and judicial functions. The nation is divided into 47 prefectures. The prefectural and municipal assembly members are popularly elected for four-year terms.
They are called Prefectures, or "Ken" in Japanese.
The capital of Japan is Tokyo. (Eastern Capital but most popular) and is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. :)
There are 47 prefectures in Japan, these are divided into eight regions. Japan's regions include Kinki, Shikoku, Kanto, Chugoku, Hokkaido, Tohoku, Chubu, and Kyushu-Okinawa
None. Australia doesn't have prefectures, they're a Japanese thing.
Japan are mainly Island and what we call cities are actually Prefectures. And it goes like this: Prefectures Subprefectural level Subprefectures Districts Municipal level Designated cities Core cities Special cities Cities Special wards (Tokyo) Towns Villages Sub-municipal level Wards
Japan does not have states in the same way that the United States does; they are called "prefectures", or "Todōfuken" in Japanese Tokyo is one of the 47 prefectures in Japan. The metropolitan part of Tokyo that many foreign people are familiar with is only about a quarter of the prefecture; there are 23 wards, or districts. Outside the districts, there are other cities and towns which are not part of the metropolitan part of the prefecture, and even countryside and mountains.
Tokyo, the de facto capital of Japan, is on Honshu, which is the largest island of the Japanese chain. But Honshu is divided into five different prefectures, which include Chūbum, Chūgoku, Kansai, Kantō, and Tōhoku. The prefectures might be considered the equivalent of U.S. "states" and each of the prefectures has a capital. As such, Honshu itself doesn't have a capital any more than, say, New England in the U.S. has a capital. Wikipedia has more information, and a link to their post can be found below.
Mount Fuji is an active volcano near the geographic center of Japan, southwest of Tokyo. It spans the Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures.
Off the coast of Sendai city near Miyagi and Iwate prefectures and the epicenter was under the ocean.
It is located on of the four big islands in Japan, called Kyushu. Which means 9 states/countries but in current days there are only 7 prefectures.