List of villages in Japan

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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[edit]

Hokkaidō Prefecture[edit]

Sorachi Subprefecture[edit]

No villages in Sorachi.

Ishikari Subprefecture[edit]

Shiribeshi Subprefecture[edit]

Iburi Subprefecture[edit]

No villages in Iburi.

Hidaka Subprefecture[edit]

No villages in Hidaka.

Oshima Subprefecture[edit]

No villages in Oshima.

Hiyama Subprefecture[edit]

No villages in Hiyama.

Kamikawa Subprefecture[edit]

Rumoi Subprefecture[edit]

Sōya Subprefecture[edit]

Okhotsk (Abashiri) Subprefecture[edit]

Tokachi Subprefecture[edit]

Kushiro Subprefecture[edit]

Nemuro Subprefecture[edit]

No villages in Nemuro.

Tōhoku[edit]

Akita Prefecture[edit]

Aomori Prefecture[edit]

Fukushima Prefecture[edit]

Iwate Prefecture[edit]

Miyagi Prefecture[edit]

Yamagata Prefecture[edit]

Kantō[edit]

Chiba Prefecture[edit]

Gunma Prefecture[edit]

Ibaraki Prefecture[edit]

Kanagawa Prefecture[edit]

Saitama Prefecture[edit]

Tochigi Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Tochigi since March 20, 2006.

Tokyo Metropolis[edit]

Chūbu[edit]

Aichi Prefecture[edit]

Fukui Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Fukui since March 3, 2006.

Gifu Prefecture[edit]

Ishikawa Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Ishikawa since March 1, 2005.

Nagano Prefecture[edit]

Niigata Prefecture[edit]

Shizuoka Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Shizuoka since July 1, 2005.

Toyama Prefecture[edit]

Yamanashi Prefecture[edit]

Kansai[edit]

Hyōgo Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Hyōgo since April 1, 1999.

Kyoto Prefecture[edit]

Mie Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Mie since November 1, 2005.

Nara Prefecture[edit]

Osaka Prefecture[edit]

Shiga Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Shiga since January 1, 2005.

Wakayama Prefecture[edit]

Chūgoku[edit]

Hiroshima Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Hiroshima since November 5, 2004.

Okayama Prefecture[edit]

Shimane Prefecture[edit]

Tottori Prefecture[edit]

Yamaguchi Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Yamaguchi since March 20, 2006.

Shikoku[edit]

Ehime Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Ehime since January 16, 2005.

Kagawa Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Kagawa since April 1, 1999.

Kōchi Prefecture[edit]

Tokushima Prefecture[edit]

Kyūshū[edit]

Fukuoka Prefecture[edit]

Kagoshima Prefecture[edit]

Kumamoto Prefecture[edit]

Miyazaki Prefecture[edit]

Nagasaki Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Nagasaki since October 1, 2005.

Ōita Prefecture[edit]

Saga Prefecture[edit]

No villages in Saga since March 20, 2006.

Okinawa Prefecture[edit]

See also[edit]