Prefectures of Nakahara

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Nakahara Administration Division since 1948 showing 48 Prefectures inside 9 regions

Nakahara started to use the prefecture system since the abolition of han system in 1872. In the beginning of modern Nakahara, there was 56 Prefectures which later reduced into 48 in 1889. In 1948, Shinkyo Special Metropolis Prefecture was created in favor of merging both Shizuku Prefecture and Kashiwagi Prefecture to allow better planning for the emerging Shizuku and Kashiwagi city (both cities now part of Shinkyo 26 special wards). In other part of Nakahara, Kara Prefecture formed, splitting from the Nagawa Prefecture.

Since the major expansion of Nakahara prior to Sekami war, Nakahara tends to create different type of administration divisions outside the Nakami Region for example, Nakahara divides the Miangas toward 21 areas which classified as Province instead though in several place as in Seomil, Kaoshiung and Sundanesia, the division are not much different with in Nakahara. With the ends of Sekami war in 1950, Nakahara returned these territory and automatically lost the divisions. During the Kashiwaba Incident on October 9 1958, part of Kinai Prefecture which now is Academy City declared its independence outside Kinai Prefecture into a different state.

Prefix 'ken' (県) are used for most prefecture in Nakahara with exception in some case such as Shinkyo which is a Special Metropolis Prefecture use 'to' (都) and Nagawa alongside with Mikawa both use 'fu' (府). With the special metropolis prefecture, Shinkyo have 26 special wards which acting like a city instead of normal wards in Designated cities.

List of current Prefectures

Mikawa, Mikawa
Satsuma, Satsuma
Kara, Kara
Misaka, Yamamori
Kazahana, Ishikari

Nakahara currently consist of 48 prefectures inside 9 regions

No Prefecture Capital Population (2011 census) Estimated area (kmsq) Density (ppl/kmsq) Region
1 Shinkyo 26 Special wards 13,519,942 2,151 6,285 Kanto
2 Watanabe Watanabe 7,231,056 3,103 2,330 Kanto
3 Miyazaki Miyazaki 8,513,144 3,283 2,593 Kanto
4 Shizugawa Shizugawa 2,028,007 2,503 810 Kanto
5 Katsushika Katsushika 7,152,881 4,117 1,737 Kanto
6 Miyazaku Miyazaku 2,791,413 7,301 382 Kanto
7 Ayukawa Ayukawa 7,406,210 5,127 1,445 Nishihara
8 Shizuoka Shizuoka 3,273,321 6,271 522 Nishihara
9 Oshima Oshima 2,014,199 5,294 380 Nishihara
10 Yamamori Misaka 1,431,841 8,702 181 Nishihara
11 Sakaibaru Sekishu 1,992,076 9,651 196 Nishihara
12 Nagawa Nagawa 10,153,930 2,178 4,662 Chugoku
13 Fujiyoshi Fujiyoshi 2,429,201 3,521 690 Chugoku
14 Kara Kara 2,124,122 1,987 1,069 Chugoku
15 Shizukana Tokyo 3,227,188 7,327 440 Chugoku
16 Nagano Nagano 1,901,326 7,917 240 Chugoku
17 Akiyama Ohara 2,148,220 7,562 284 Chugoku
18 Miyake Miyake 2,645,433 5,583 474 Chugoku
19 Akashima Akashima 8,104,763 4,182 1,938 Tokai
20 Minamizaki Arakawa 3,720,131 3,208 1,160 Tokai
21 Akiya Akiya 2,528,119 4,764 531 Tokai
22 Watase Futami 1,724,432 6,177 279 Tokai
23 Ishijima Namakura 821,031 4,568 180 Tokai
24 Iwaki Kazetani 1,012,137 5,738 176 Tokai
25 Kozuke Tsumeta 1,055,122 5,929 178 Tokai
26 Hakata Hakata 4,821,861 5,029 959 Kyushu
27 Shimonoseki Shimonoseki 1,547,117 8,149 190 Kyushu
28 Kagoshima Kagoshima 3,576,112 9,104 393 Kyushu
29 Aizu Aizu 1,065,182 7,951 151 Kyushu
30 Saga Saga 1,204,199 7,951 151 Kyushu
31 Hachijo Hachijo 1,089,341 8,421 129 Kyushu
32 Satsuma Satsuma 1,905,168 7,618 250 Kyushu
33 Mikawa Mikawa 4,794,036 3,674 1,305 Naoshima
34 Kinai Kinai 3,181,004 5,031 593 Naoshima
35 Fukuhara Fukuhara 1,602,913 6,503 246 Naoshima
36 Koshi Koshi 1,117,144 5,119 218 Naoshima
37 Maezaki Maezaki 2,656,819 6,394 369 Naoshima
38 Kosuge Morioka 1,273,822 8,471 150 Naoshima
39 Ishikari Kazahana 2,584,995 9,594 269 Nankai
40 Ashikawa Ashikawa 651,822 12,142 54 Nankai
41 Nemuro Nemuro 752,990 31,472 24 Nankai
42 Ishikawa Ishikawa 2,084,995 10,491 199 Seinan
43 Tsubaki Tsubaki 1214,958 9,729 125 Seinan
44 Wangawa Shudo 471,995 11,410 41 Seinan
45 Nakayama Tsumeta 965,919 12,728 76 Seinan
46 Mikura Mikura 575,839 6,054 95 Toshima
47 Mizui Shikine 284,911 3,412 84 Toshima
48 Nawa Naha 1,291,221 5,912 218 Toshima
Nakahara Shinkyo 141,663,608 329,695 430

Regions

No Region Largest City Population (2011 census) Estimated Land Size(Kmsq) Density
1 Kanto Shinkyo 42,268,284 28,160 1,501
2 Nishihara Ayukawa 16,117,647 35,045 460
3 Tokai Akashima 18,144,704 29,998 605
4 Chugoku Nagawa 24,629,420 36,075 683
5 Nankai Kazahana 3,989,807 53,208 75
6 Kyushu Hakata 15,208,980 53,415 285
7 Naoshima Mikawa 14,625,738 35,192 384
8 Seinan Ishikawa 4,737,867 44,358 107
9 Toshima Nawa 2,973,002 19,946 149
Nakahara Shinkyo 141,663,608 329,695 430