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List of villages in Japan

Administrative divisions
of Japan
Prefectural
 
Sub-prefectural
Municipal
Sub-municipal

A village ( mura, sometimes son) is a local administrative unit in Japan.

It is a local public body along with prefecture ( ken, or other equivalents), city ( shi), and town ( chō, sometimes machi). Geographically, a village's extent is contained within a prefecture.

It is larger than an actual settlement, being in actuality a subdivision of a rural district ( gun), which are subdivided into towns and villages with no overlap and no uncovered area.

As a result of mergers, the number of villages in Japan is decreasing.

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Hokkaidō

Hokkaidō Prefecture

Sorachi Subprefecture

No villages in Sorachi.

Ishikari Subprefecture

Shiribeshi Subprefecture

Iburi Subprefecture

No villages in Iburi.

Hidaka Subprefecture

No villages in Hidaka.

Oshima Subprefecture

No villages in Oshima.

Hiyama Subprefecture

No villages in Hiyama.

Kamikawa Subprefecture

Rumoi Subprefecture

Sōya Subprefecture

Okhotsk (Abashiri) Subprefecture

Tokachi Subprefecture

Kushiro Subprefecture

Nemuro Subprefecture

No villages in Nemuro.

Tōhoku

Akita Prefecture

Aomori Prefecture

Fukushima Prefecture

Iwate Prefecture

Miyagi Prefecture

Yamagata Prefecture

Kantō

Chiba Prefecture

Gunma Prefecture

Ibaraki Prefecture

Kanagawa Prefecture

Saitama Prefecture

Tochigi Prefecture

No villages in Tochigi since March 20, 2006.

Tokyo Metropolis

Chūbu

Aichi Prefecture

Fukui Prefecture

No villages in Fukui since March 3, 2006.

Gifu Prefecture

Ishikawa Prefecture

No villages in Ishikawa since March 1, 2005.

Nagano Prefecture

Niigata Prefecture

Shizuoka Prefecture

No villages in Shizuoka since July 1, 2005.

Toyama Prefecture

Yamanashi Prefecture

Kansai

Hyōgo Prefecture

No villages in Hyōgo since April 1, 1999.

Kyoto Prefecture

Mie Prefecture

No villages in Mie since November 1, 2005.

Nara Prefecture

Osaka Prefecture

Shiga Prefecture

No villages in Shiga since January 1, 2005.

Wakayama Prefecture

Chūgoku

Hiroshima Prefecture

No villages in Hiroshima since November 5, 2004.

Okayama Prefecture

Shimane Prefecture

Tottori Prefecture

Yamaguchi Prefecture

No villages in Yamaguchi since March 20, 2006.

Shikoku

Ehime Prefecture

No villages in Ehime since January 16, 2005.

Kagawa Prefecture

No villages in Kagawa since April 1, 1999.

Kōchi Prefecture

Tokushima Prefecture

Kyūshū

Fukuoka Prefecture

Kagoshima Prefecture

Kumamoto Prefecture

Miyazaki Prefecture

Nagasaki Prefecture

No villages in Nagasaki since October 1, 2005.

Ōita Prefecture

Saga Prefecture

No villages in Saga since March 20, 2006.

Okinawa Prefecture

See also

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