List of villages in Japan
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As a result of mergers, the number of villages in Japan is decreasing.
- 1 Hokkaidō
- 1.1 Hokkaidō Prefecture
- 1.1.1 Sorachi Subprefecture
- 1.1.2 Ishikari Subprefecture
- 1.1.3 Shiribeshi Subprefecture
- 1.1.4 Iburi Subprefecture
- 1.1.5 Hidaka Subprefecture
- 1.1.6 Oshima Subprefecture
- 1.1.7 Hiyama Subprefecture
- 1.1.8 Kamikawa Subprefecture
- 1.1.9 Rumoi Subprefecture
- 1.1.10 Sōya Subprefecture
- 1.1.11 Okhotsk (Abashiri) Subprefecture
- 1.1.12 Tokachi Subprefecture
- 1.1.13 Kushiro Subprefecture
- 1.1.14 Nemuro Subprefecture
- 1.1 Hokkaidō Prefecture
- 2 Tōhoku
- 3 Kantō
- 4 Chūbu
- 5 Kansai
- 6 Chūgoku
- 7 Shikoku
- 8 Kyūshū
- 9 See also
No villages in Sorachi.
- Makkari, Rusutsu (Abuta (Shiribeshi) District)
- Kamoenai, Tomari (Furuu District)
- Shimamaki (Shimamaki District)
- Akaigawa (Yoichi District)
No villages in Iburi.
No villages in Hidaka.
No villages in Oshima.
No villages in Hiyama.
No villages in Nemuro.
- Yomogita (Higashitsugaru District)
- Rokkasho (Kamikita District)
- Inakadate (Minamitsugaru District)
- Nishimeya (Nakatsugaru District)
- Shingō (Sannohe District)
- Higashidōri, Kazamaura, Sai (Shimokita District)
- Ōtama (Adachi District)
- Katsurao, Kawauchi (Futaba District)
- Samegawa (Higashishirakawa District)
- Hirata, Tamakawa (Ishikawa District)
- Ten'ei (Iwase District)
- Yugawa (Kawanuma District)
- Hinoemata (Minamiaizu District)
- Izumizaki, Nakajima, Nishigō (Nishishirakawa District)
- Shōwa (Ōnuma District)
- Iitate (Sōma District)
- Kitashiobara (Yama District)
- Takayama, Tsumagoi (Agatsuma District)
- Nanmoku (Kanra District)
- Shintō (Kitagunma District)
- Ueno (Tano District)
- Katashina, Kawaba, Shōwa (Tone District)
No villages in Tochigi since March 20, 2006.
- Hinohara (Nishitama District)
- Aogashima (Hachijō Subprefecture)
- Miyake, Mikurajima (Miyake Subprefecture)
- Kōzushima, Niijima, Toshima (Ōshima Subprefecture)
- Ogasawara (Ogasawara Subprefecture)
No villages in Fukui since March 3, 2006.
No villages in Ishikawa since March 1, 2005.
- Aoki (Chiisagata District)
- Asahi, Chikuhoku, Ikusaka, Omi, Yamagata (Higashichikuma District)
- Minamiminowa, Miyada, Nakagawa (Kamiina District)
- Ogawa (Kamiminochi District)
- Takayama (Kamitakai District)
- Kiso (village), Ōkuwa, Ōtaki (Kiso District)
- Hakuba, Matsukawa, Otari (Kitaazumi District)
- Kawakami, Kitaaiki, Minamiaiki, Minamimaki (Minamisaku District)
- Achi, Hiraya, Neba, Ōshika, Shimojō, Takagi, Tenryū, Toyooka, Urugi, Yasuoka (Shimoina District)
- Sakae (Shimominochi District)
- Kijimadaira, Nozawaonsen (Shimotakai District)
- Hara (Suwa District)
No villages in Shizuoka since July 1, 2005.
No villages in Hyōgo since April 1, 1999.
No villages in Mie since November 1, 2005.
- Asuka (Takaichi District)
- Mitsue, Soni (Uda District)
- Yamazoe (Yamabe District)
- Higashiyoshino, Kamikitayama, Kawakami, Kurotaki, Nosegawa, Shimokitayama, Tenkawa, Totsukawa (Yoshino District)
No villages in Shiga since January 1, 2005.
No villages in Hiroshima since November 5, 2004.
No villages in Yamaguchi since March 20, 2006.
No villages in Ehime since January 16, 2005.
No villages in Kagawa since April 1, 1999.
- Geisei, Kitagawa, Umaji (Aki District)
- Mihara (Hata District)
- Hidaka (Takaoka District)
- Ōkawa (Tosa District)
No villages in Nagasaki since October 1, 2005.
No villages in Saga since March 20, 2006.
- Ginoza, Higashi, Ie, Kunigami, Nakijin, Onna, Ōgimi (Kunigami District)
- Tarama (Miyako District)
- Kitanakagusuku, Nakagusuku, Yomitan (Nakagami District)
- Aguni, Iheya, Izena, Kitadaitō, Minamidaitō, Tokashiki, Tonaki, Zamami (Shimajiri District)