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It will be the earliest end of the rainy season in the Kanto Koshin region in the history of observations so far.
 

On the XNUMXth, there is a growing fear that the supply and demand of electric power will be tight in Kanagawa and other areas under the jurisdiction of Tokyo Electric Power Company. → Continue reading

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      List of definitions of areas centered on Tokyo

      List of definitions of areas centered on Tokyo(Let's take a picture of Tokyo)Tokyo OfMetropolitan areaAs a range ofLand use planning,statisticsIndicates various definitions defined by

      Economic definition

      Tokyo OfMetropolitan areaAs the range ofLand use planning,statisticsThe various definitions defined by etc. are shown below.

      Kanto metropolitan area

      Census,Housing and land statistics surveyOne of the statistical regional divisions used in the results of.

      "Metropolis"1960First set in the census,1975The definition since the census isTokyo special wardas well as the Government-designated cityConsisting of a "central city", municipalities that are connected to the central city with a ratio of commuting age 15 or over to the central city of the resident population of 1.5% or more, and municipalities surrounded by these municipalities. It is an area that includes the "surrounding municipalities".

      When central cities are close to each other, they are integrated and treated as one metropolitan area, so the central cities in the metropolitan areas around Tokyo are1975~1990In the census ofTokyo Special Ward-横 浜 市-Kawasaki CityAnd1995After the census thisChibaBut,2005After the censusSaitamaBut,2010After the censusSagamihara CityWas added.

      Along with this, the name of the metropolitan area has changed from "Keihin metropolitan area" to "Keihinha metropolitan area" to "Kanto metropolitan area".[1].

      2015Kanto metropolitan area by census,Ibaraki-Tochigi-Gunma-Saitama-Chiba-Tokyo-Kanagawa-Yamanashi-ShizuokaIt consists of 1 special wards, 8 cities, 23 towns and 132 villages that span 55 prefecture and 5 prefectures.

      • Population in the Kanto metropolitan area: 37,273,866 (2015)[2]
      Changes in population, area and population density in the Kanto metropolitan area[3][4][5]
      YearsNamepopulation
      (Man)
      area
      (kilometer2)
      The population density
      (People/km2)
      Number of central cities
      1960Keihin metropolitan area16,843,789
      196520,485,5429,6822,1163
      197023,457,1339,8672,3783
      197526,793,76810,7342,4963
      198028,644,52310,6262,6963
      198530,394,53210,8512,8013
      1990Keihinha metropolitan area32,647,47312,9332,5244
      199533,637,17513,5652,4804
      2000Kanto metropolitan area34,607,06913,7592,5157
      200535,682,46013,5722,6295
      201036,923,19314,0342,6316
      201537,273,86614,0342,6566

      Tokyo metropolitan area

      Urban employment areaBy 1 metropolis and 3 prefectures. Urban employment areaYoshitsugu Kanemoto・Based on employment, devised byMetropolitan areaDefinition of.

      Municipalities with a commuting rate of 10% or more to the central city(s) that meet the specified conditions are defined as (primary) suburban municipalities, and municipalities with a commuting rate of 1% or more to suburban municipalities are defined as secondary suburban municipalities.[6].. According to the definition of urban employment areaTokyo metropolitan areaBy the 1980 census standard as a municipality that composesTokyo Ward,横 浜 市,Kawasaki City,Chiba,TachikawaTheCentral cityHas been defined. afterwards,Musashinoincluding[7].

      In the 2000s, the area of ​​the city further expanded to suburban municipalities, and the 2005 census revealed thatOmiya cityAnd oldUrawa, OldYono CityWas born by the merger ofSaitamaAnd thenAtsugiIs included as the central city.

      The 2015 census criteria include Tokyo, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba and Tachikawa, as well as Musashino, Saitama and Atsugi.Central cityThe total range of 105 cities, 35 towns, and 3 suburbsTokyo metropolitan areaAnd the population is 35,303,778[8].

      Detailed range isMunicipalities included in the urban employment areaSee.

      • Population of Tokyo metropolitan area: 34,498,979 (2010)[9]

      Tokyo area

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Kanagawa prefecture and Ibaraki prefectureEach part of

      Multipolar Distributed National Spatial Strategies ActBy area. The Multipolar Dispersed National Land Promotion Act and related laws stipulate that, of the areas of Tokyo, Saitama Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture, Kanagawa Prefecture and Ibaraki Prefecture, the Tokyo ward and the governmental ordinance that is socially and economically integrated with it. Wide area defined byTokyo areaIs defined as Included in the Tokyo area are the established urban areas and suburban development zones under the Tokyo Metropolitan Area Development Law, and in addition, the urban development areas under the law.Tsuchiura City,Tsukuba City,Kumagaya,FukayaArea.

      Metropolitan area (1 prefecture, 7 prefectures)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Ibaraki prefecture,Tochigi,Gunmaas well as the Yamanashi

      Built-up areaAnd suburbs,Metropolitan Area Improvement Act1 metropolitan area and 7 prefectures. The Tokyo Metropolitan Area Improvement Act and related laws and regulations stipulate that "in the area including Tokyo and the key cities connected to it, excessive concentration of industry and population should be prevented, and the functions of cities should be maintained and promoted. An area of ​​a certain urban area is defined as an “built-up area” and a suburb of the “built-up area” is defined as a “suburban development zone”. This established city area and suburban development zoneMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismAccording to the land price related statisticsTokyo areaIs defined as[10].. Also, the exact same rangeCapital AreaSometimes called[11].

      Distance definition

      Tokyo 50km area (Transportation Policy Council)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefectureEach part of

      Minister of TransportIs an advisory body ofTransportation Policy CouncilIt is,Transportation Policy Council Report No. 18Presents a railway development plan for the Tokyo area. The target area of ​​this plan was "a radius of about 50 kilometers centered in central Tokyo". The Transportation Policy Council was abolished in 2001 and is currentlyTransportation Policy CouncilThe role has been transferred to.

      Tokyo 70km area (Census)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefectureAlmost the entire area ofIbarakiSouth of theTochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture, Yamanashi prefectureEach part of

      Census, TokyoChiyodaOld Tokyo Government Building (currentTokyo International Forum) Is set as a center point and a concentric distance zone is set at intervals of 10 kilometers. The 70-kilometer area of ​​Tokyo includes almost all areas of Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, and Kanagawa, and parts of southern Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, and Yamanashi prefectures. The Osaka area and the Nagoya area also have similar distance settings, with a 50 km area centered on the city hall of each city. In comparison with these, we may use the 50km zone even in Tokyo[12].

      • Tokyo 70km population: 34,394,178 (2000)

      1 prefecture and 3 prefectures

      Tokyo area (Metropolitan area white paper)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefecture

      Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismIn the “Annual Report on Metropolitan Area Development” (Tokyo Metropolitan Area White Paper), Saitama Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture, Tokyo Metropolitan Area, and Kanagawa PrefectureTokyo areaIs defined as[13].. The definition that the 1 prefectures and 3 prefectures are in the Tokyo area is a simple definition and is often adopted in various statistics.[14][15].

      Metropolitan area (Tokyo Governor Headquarters, etc.)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefecture

      Tokyo Governor HeadquartersIn the "Current situation of wide-area issues in the metropolitan area" created by, the scope of Tokyo, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefectureCapital AreaCalling[16]. Also,Cabinet OfficeThe "Metropolitan area wide area disaster prevention base development basic plan" created by the Tokyo Metropolitan Area Wide Area Disaster Prevention Base Development Council is in Tokyo (Tokyo ward), Kanagawa prefecture (major cities:横 浜 市-Kawasaki City), Chiba (major cities:Chiba) And 1 prefecture of Saitama prefecture.[17].. The range of "Metropolitan area" used in these documents is exactly the same as the range of "Tokyo area" in the White Paper on Metropolitan Area. In addition, many definitions of 1 metropolitan area and 3 prefectures as “metropolitan area” are found in various statistics.[18].

      Metropolitan area summit

      • Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Sagamihara, Chiba, Saitama

      The governors and mayors of Tokyo, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Yokohama city, Kawasaki city, Sagamihara city, Chiba city, Saitama city, 1 prefecture, 3 prefectures, 5 ordinance-designated cities,Nine capital prefecture summit meetingIs being held. In this nine capital prefecture summit meetingMetropolitan area summitHas an alias[19].

      All of the above definitionsTone RiverRefers to the area south of.

      Definition including 1 prefecture and 6 prefectures or more

      Metropolitan area (statistics, etc., 1 prefecture)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture

      Kanto regionIs generally in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama,Ibaraki,Tochigi,GunmaIn the statistics, etc.Capital AreaSometimes seen as[20].

      Metropolitan area (Metropolitan area development law, 1 prefecture, 7 prefectures)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Kanagawa prefecture, Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture, Yamanashi prefecture

      Metropolitan Area Improvement ActAnd in the enforcement order, "A comprehensive plan for the construction of the metropolitan area and its orderly development (Metropolitan area maintenance plan) Is the target area for the development of Tokyo, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Kanagawa prefecture, Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture and Yamanashi prefecture.Capital AreaIs defined asMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismThe definition used in “” created every year is also the same.

      Kanto Koshinetsu region (1 prefecture and 9 prefectures)

      • Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Yamanashi prefecture, Nagano prefecture, Niigata prefecture

      Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Yamanashi prefecture, Nagano prefecture, Niigata prefectureKanto Koshinetsu districtAlso called. Many government offices[21]And companiesLocal branch officeIt is used as a block for branch offices.

      In addition, NHK General TelevisionIs one of the local broadcasters ofMetropolitan area broadcasting centerHas these 1 prefecture and 9 prefectures as the broadcasting area[22].. for that reason,"Special information metropolitan area, Etc. are broadcast not only in 1 prefecture and 6 prefectures, but also in Yamanashi, Nagano and Niigata prefectures. In addition, depending on the program,Tokai Hokuriku regionSome are broadcast in Shizuoka prefecture, which is under the jurisdiction of.

      Wide Kanto area (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, 1 prefecture of 10 prefectures)

      • Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Niigata prefecture, Yamanashi prefecture, Nagano prefecture, Shizuoka prefecture

      Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustryThen,Kanto Bureau of Economy, Trade and IndustryIt refers to Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Niigata prefecture, Yamanashi prefecture, Nagano prefecture, Shizuoka prefecture.Wide Kanto areaIs called.

      Wide-area metropolitan area (metropolitan area wide-area regional plan, 1 prefectures)

      • Tokyo Metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Ibaraki prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture, Yamanashi prefecture, Nagano prefecture, Niigata prefecture, Shizuoka prefectureas well as the Fukushima

      The "Metropolitan area wide area plan" covers 1 prefectures in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Yamanashi, Nagano, Niigata, Shizuoka, and Fukushima.Metropolitan areaIs defined as[23].

      JR East OfSuicaInア 圏 エ リ アPasses through Fukushima prefecture in addition to the 1 prefectures in the "wide area Kanto area"Joban Line OfstationIs included (other routes in the prefecture areSendaiarea)[24].

      Municipalities included in the urban employment area

      CensusBased on "employees/communication municipalities by permanent residence, number of employees aged 15 and over and attendants aged 15 and over"Urban employment areaBy definitionTokyo metropolitan areaShows the municipalities that make up[9].

      Changes in central number

      • 1980 (5 centers):Tokyo 23 Ward,横 浜 市,Kawasaki City,Chiba,Tachikawa
      • 1990 (center 7): Tokyo 23 wards, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba, Tachikawa,Musashino,Sagamihara City
      • 1995 (8 centers): Tokyo 23 wards, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba, Tachikawa, Musashino, Sagamihara,Fuchu-shi
      • 2000 (9 centers): Tokyo 23 wards, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba, Tachikawa, Musashino, Sagamihara, Fuchu,Toda-shi
      • 2005 (8 centers): Tokyo 23 wards, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba, Tachikawa, Musashino, Toda,Saitama
      • 2010 (8 centers): Tokyo 23 wards, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba, Tachikawa, Musashino, Saitama,Atsugi
      • 2015 (8 centers): Tokyo 23 wards, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba, Tachikawa, Musashino, Saitama, Atsugi

      Highest commuting rateMunicipalitiesIs TokyoKomae61.7%, and the following are the 20 municipalities with the highest commuting rate.

      RankingPrefectureMunicipalitiesCommuting rate
      1TokyoKomae61.7%
      2SaitamaWako city58.5%
      3TokyoNishitokyo56.4%
      4ChibaUrayasu city56.1%
      5TokyoMitaka City55.4%
      6ChibaIchikawa City54.3%
      7TokyoKoganei-shi53.7%
      8TokyoChofu City51.2%
      9Saitama蕨 市50.6%
      10SaitamaToda-shi49.7%
      11KanagawaZushi47.6%
      12TokyoInagi-shi47.4%
      13TokyoKokubunji46.5%
      14ChibaNarashino-shi46.4%
      15SaitamaAsaka46.1%
      16KanagawaKamakura city45.8%
      17ChibaYotsukaido-shi45.2%
      18SaitamaKawaguchi city43.9%
      19ChibaFunabashi43.8%
      20SaitamaShiki42.5%


      Tokyo

      • Municipalities that are not in the 10% commuting zone are shown in gray and "-" in each statistical year column.
      Municipalities
      ( '80)
      1980199019952000200520102015Municipalities
      (Current)
      Tokyo 23 WardTokyo Metropolitan area
      2662Ten thousand4003
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      2995Ten thousand8231
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3093Ten thousand8445
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3172Ten thousand9844
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3334Ten thousand0947
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3449Ten thousand8979
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3530Ten thousand3778
      Tokyo 23 Ward
      Hachioji CityHachioji City
      TachikawaTachikawa
      MusashinoMusashino
      Mitaka CityMitaka City
      Fuchu-shiFuchu-shi
      Akishima-shiAkishima-shi
      Chofu CityChofu City
      Machida-shiMachida-shi
      Koganei-shiKoganei-shi
      KodairaKodaira
      Hino cityHino city
      Higashimurayama cityHigashimurayama city
      KokubunjiKokubunji
      National cityNational city
      Tanashi CityNishitokyo
      Hoya City
      FussaFussa
      KomaeKomae
      HigashiyamasaHigashiyamasa
      KiyoseKiyose
      Higashikurume shiHigashikurume shi
      Musashimurayama-shiMusashimurayama-shi
      Tama CityTama City
      Inagi-shiInagi-shi
      AkigawaAkiruno
      Itsukaichi Town
      Hamura TownHamura
      Hinode TownHinode Town
      Ebara-muraEbara-mura
      OmeOme Metropolitan area
      10Ten thousand9970
      Ome
      Okutama TownOkutama Town
      MizuhoMizuho Metropolitan area
      2Ten thousand2795
      Mizuho Metropolitan area
      3Ten thousand2790
      Mizuho Metropolitan area
      3Ten thousand3691
      Mizuho Metropolitan area
      3Ten thousand3497
      Mizuho Metropolitan area
      3Ten thousand3445
      Mizuho
      • 199111/1: Hamura Town is enforced by the municipal system.
      • 19959/1: Akino City was established by the merger of Akigawa City and Itsukaichi Town.
      • 20011/21: Nishi Tokyo City was established by the merger of Tanashi City and Hoya City.

      Kanagawa

      • Municipalities that are not in the 10% commuting zone are shown in gray and "-" in each statistical year column.
      Municipalities
      ( '80)
      1980199019952000200520102015Municipalities
      (Current)
      AtsugiTokyo Metropolitan area
      2662Ten thousand4003
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      2995Ten thousand8231
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3093Ten thousand8445
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3172Ten thousand9844
      Atsugi Metropolitan area
      22Ten thousand2403
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3449Ten thousand8979
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3530Ten thousand3778
      Atsugi
      横 浜 市Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3334Ten thousand0947
      横 浜 市
      Kawasaki CityKawasaki City
      YokosukaYokosuka
      HiratsukaHiratsuka
      Kamakura cityKamakura city
      FujisawaFujisawa
      ChigasakiChigasaki
      ZushiZushi
      Sagamihara CitySagamihara City
      Shiroyama Town
      Tsukui Town
      Sagamiko Town
      Fujino Town
      MiuraMiura
      HadanoHadano
      YamatoYamato
      IseharaIsehara
      EbinaEbina
      ZamaZama
      AyaseAyase
      Hayama TownHayama Town
      Oiso TownOiso Town
      Ninomiya townNinomiya town
      Aikawa TownAikawa Town
      Kiyokawa VillageKiyokawa Village
      Samukawa TownSamukawa Metropolitan area
      3Ten thousand6399
      Samukawa Town
      Nakai town-Nakai town
      Odawara cityOdawara Metropolitan area
      30Ten thousand2668
      Odawara Metropolitan area
      32Ten thousand7585
      Odawara Metropolitan area
      33Ten thousand6787
      Odawara Metropolitan area
      33Ten thousand7568
      Odawara Metropolitan area
      33Ten thousand6726
      Odawara Metropolitan area
      33Ten thousand5188
      Odawara city
      Minamiashigara cityMinamiashigara city
      Oi townOi town
      Matsuda townMatsuda town
      Yamakita townYamakita town
      Kaisei townKaisei town
      Manazuru townManazuru town
      Yugawara townYugawara town
      • March 2006, 3: Tsukui Town and Sagami Lake Town are incorporated into Sagamihara City.
      • March 2007, 3: Shiroyama Town and Fujino Town were incorporated into Sagamihara City.

      Chiba

      • Municipalities that are not in the 10% commuting zone are shown in gray and "-" in each statistical year column.
      Municipalities
      ( '80)
      1980199019952000200520102015Municipalities
      (Current)
      ChibaTokyo Metropolitan area
      2662Ten thousand4003
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      2995Ten thousand8231
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3093Ten thousand8445
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3172Ten thousand9844
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3334Ten thousand0947
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3449Ten thousand8979
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3530Ten thousand3778
      Chiba
      Ichikawa CityIchikawa City
      FunabashiFunabashi
      Matsudo-shiMatsudo-shi
      Noda-shiNoda-shi
      Sekijuku Town
      MobaraMobara
      Narita CityNarita Metropolitan area
      33Ten thousand7076
      Narita Metropolitan area
      32Ten thousand8796
      Narita City
      Shimosa Town
      Daiei Town
      佐 倉 市Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3449Ten thousand8979
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3530Ten thousand3778
      佐 倉 市
      ToganeTogane
      Narashino-shiNarashino-shi
      KashiwaKashiwa
      Numami Town
      市 原 市市 原 市
      NagareyamaNagareyama
      YachiyoYachiyo
      AbikoAbiko
      Kamagaya cityKamagaya-shi
      UrayasuUrayasu city
      Yotsukaido TownYotsukaido-shi
      Sodegaura TownSodegaura
      Yachimata Town八 街市
      Inzai TownInzai City
      Shirai TownShirai City
      TomisatoNarita Metropolitan areaNarita Metropolitan area富 里 市
      OamishirasatoTokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaOamishirasato
      SakaemachiNarita Metropolitan areaNarita Metropolitan areaSakaemachi
      KanzakiKanzaki
      Kujukuri TownTokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaKujukuri Town
      Naruto TownSanmu City
      Sanmu Town
      IchinomiyaIchinomiya
      Mutsuzawa TownMutsuzawa Town
      Chosei VillageChosei Village
      Shirako TownShirako Town
      Nagara TownNagara Town
      Chonan TownChonan Town
      Misaki Town-Isumi City
      Inba Village-Tokyo Metropolitan areaInzai City
      Motonomura-
      Tako Town-Narita Metropolitan areaNarita Metropolitan areaTako Town
      Shibayama Town-Shibayama Town
      Isumi Town--Tokyo Metropolitan area-Isumi City
      Kurigen Town--Narita Metropolitan areaNarita Metropolitan areaKatori
      Shisui Town----Shisui Town
      KisarazuKimitsu Metropolitan area
      24Ten thousand4066
      Kisarazu Metropolitan area
      26Ten thousand7093
      Kisarazu Metropolitan area
      27Ten thousand0912
      Kisarazu Metropolitan area
      26Ten thousand7626
      Tokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaKisarazu
      KimitsuKimitsu
      FuttsuFuttsu
      Matsuo Town-----Sanmu City
      Hasunuma Village-----
      Ohara Town------Isumi City
      Omigawa Town-----Narita Metropolitan areaNarita Metropolitan areaKatori
      Yamada Town-----
      SawaraSahara Metropolitan areaSahara Metropolitan areaSahara Metropolitan areaSahara Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan area
      Onjuku Town-----Tokyo Metropolitan area-Onjuku Town
      • 19814/1
        • Urayasu-machi is enforced by the municipal system.
        • The city system of Yotsukaido is enforced.
      • 1983April 4: Mutsuzawa-mura enforces the town system.
      • 1985April 4st: Tomisato village comes into effect.
      • 1991April 4: Sodegaura Town enforces the city system.
      • 1992April 4: The city of Yachimata comes into effect.
      • 1996April 4st: Inzai-cho enforces municipal system.
      • 2001April 4st: Shirai Town enters the municipal system.
      • 2002April 4st: Tomisato Town comes into effect.
      • 20036/6: Incorporated Sekijuku Town, Noda City.
      • 20053/28: Incorporated Numanan Town into Kashiwa City.
      • 200512/5: Isumi-cho, Ohara-cho and Misaki-cho merged to establish Isumi City.
      • 20063/27
        • Incorporated Shimosa and Daiei into Narita.
        • Sawara City, Omigawa Town, Yamada Town, and Kurigen Town merge to form Katori City.
        • Naruto-cho, Sanmu-cho, Matsuo-cho, Hasunuma-mura are merged, and Sanmu-shi is established.
      • 20103/23: Inba and Motonomura were transferred to Inzai City.
      • 20131/1: Oamishirasato Town is implemented.

      Saitama

      • Municipalities that are not in the 10% commuting zone are shown in gray and "-" in each statistical year column.
      Municipalities
      ( '80)
      1980199019952000200520102015Municipalities
      (Current)
      Kawagoe-shiTokyo Metropolitan area
      2662Ten thousand4003
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      2995Ten thousand8231
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3093Ten thousand8445
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3172Ten thousand9844
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3334Ten thousand0947
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3449Ten thousand8979
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3530Ten thousand3778
      Kawagoe-shi
      Kawaguchi cityKawaguchi city
      Hatogaya
      UrawaSaitama
      Omiya city
      Iwatsuki
      Yono City
      TokorozawaTokorozawa
      KasukabeKasukabe
      Showa Town
      SayamaSayama
      KonosuKonosu
      Fukiage Town
      Ageo CityAgeo City
      SokaSoka
      KoshigayaKoshigaya
      蕨 市蕨 市
      Toda-shiToda-shi
      Iruma-shiIruma-shi
      AsakaAsaka
      ShikiShiki
      Wako cityWako city
      Niiza cityNiiza city
      OkegawaOkegawa
      KukiKuki
      Kurihashi Town
      Washinomiya Town
      Kitamoto CityKitamoto City
      Yashio cityYashio city
      FujimiFujimi
      Kamifukuoka CityFujimino-shi
      Oi town
      MisatoMisato
      HasudaHasuda
      Sakado-shiSakado-shi
      Satte TownSatte City
      Tsurugashima TownTsurugashima-shi
      Hidaka TownHidaka Metropolitan area
      5Ten thousand6520
      Hidaka City
      YoshikawaTokyo Metropolitan areaYoshikawa
      Shiraoka TownShiraoka
      Ina TownIna Town
      MiyoshiMiyoshi
      Moroyama TownMoroyama Metropolitan area
      5Ten thousand1591
      Moroyama Metropolitan area
      4Ten thousand8991
      Moroyama Town
      KawashimaTokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaKawashima
      Hatoyama VillageHatoyama Town
      Miyashiro TownMiyashiro Town
      Sugito TownSugito Town
      Matsubushi TownMatsubushi Town
      Kitakawabe TownKazo City
      Otone Town
      HannoHanno Metropolitan area
      6Ten thousand3900
      Hanno
      Naguri Village
      HigashimatsuyamaHigashimatsuyama Metropolitan area
      11Ten thousand2367
      Higashimatsuyama
      Namerikawa VillageNamerikawa Town
      Arashiyama TownArashiyama Town
      Yoshimi TownYoshimi Town
      Kazo CityKazo Metropolitan area
      4Ten thousand7586
      Kazo Metropolitan area
      5Ten thousand6379
      Kazo City
      Ogose Town--Moroyama Metropolitan areaMoroyama Metropolitan areaOgose Town
      Tamagawa Village---Tokyo Metropolitan areaTokigawa Town
      Tokugawa Village-----
      Kawasato Village----Tokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaKonosu
      Gyoda CityGyoda Metropolitan area
      7Ten thousand3204
      Gyoda Metropolitan area
      8Ten thousand7009
      Gyoda Metropolitan area
      8Ten thousand6170
      Gyoda Metropolitan area
      8Ten thousand6275
      Gyoda City
      Minamikawara Village(I.e. Metropolitan area
      18Ten thousand6859
      (I.e. Metropolitan area
      35Ten thousand2936
      (I.e. Metropolitan area
      35Ten thousand6995
      Tamanuma Town(I.e. Metropolitan area
      33Ten thousand5763
      Kumagaya
      Kumagaya
      Osato VillageHigashimatsuyama Metropolitan area
      11Ten thousand2367
      Gangnam Village(I.e. Metropolitan area
      18Ten thousand6859
      KawamotoFukaya
      Hanazono Village-
      FukayaFukaya Metropolitan area
      8Ten thousand2229
      Okabe Town-
      Iris town----Kuki
      Kisai Town----Kazo City
      Ogawa Town------Ogawa Town
      Higashichichibu------Higashichichibu
      HanyuHanyu Metropolitan areaHanyu Metropolitan areaHanyu Metropolitan areaHanyu Metropolitan areaHanyu Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaHanyu
      Yorii Town-----Yorii Town

      Ibaraki

      • Municipalities that are not within the 10% commuting zone are indicated by 10 gray and "-" in each statistical year column.
      Municipalities
      ( '80)
      1980199019952000200520102015Municipalities
      (Current)
      Goka Town----Tokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaGoka Town
      Sanwa Town----Furukawa Metropolitan area
      19Ten thousand5342
      Furukawa Metropolitan area
      21Ten thousand7535
      Furukawa Metropolitan area
      21Ten thousand2776
      Furukawa
      Sowa Town----
      FurukawaTokyo Metropolitan area
      2662Ten thousand4003
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      2995Ten thousand8231
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3093Ten thousand8445
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3172Ten thousand9844
      RyugasakiTokyo Metropolitan area
      3334Ten thousand0947
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3449Ten thousand8979
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3530Ten thousand3778
      Ryugasaki
      Toride cityToride city
      Fujishiro
      Moriya TownMoriya
      Tone TownTone Town
      KawachiKawachi Town
      InamuraTsukuba Mirai City
      Shintone Village---Inashiki
      Ushiku TownTsukuba Metropolitan area
      74Ten thousand4106
      Tsukuba Metropolitan area
      72Ten thousand5858
      Tsukuba Metropolitan area
      84Ten thousand3402
      Ushiku
      KukizakiTsukuba City
      Tsukuba TownTsuchiura Metropolitan areaTsukuba Metropolitan area
      14Ten thousand2928
      Tsukuba Metropolitan area
      52Ten thousand2435
      Tsukuba Metropolitan area
      55Ten thousand5178
      Yatabe Town-
      Oho Town-
      Toyosato Town-
      SakuramuraCherry Blossoms Metropolitan area
      Tanihara Village-Mizukaido Metropolitan area
      5Ten thousand4258
      Mizukaido Metropolitan area
      5Ten thousand6909
      Mizukaido Metropolitan area
      8Ten thousand1145
      Mizukaido Metropolitan area
      5Ten thousand7385
      Tokyo Metropolitan areaTokyo Metropolitan areaTsukuba Mirai City
      Edozaki Town-------Inashiki
      Higashimura----
      Sakuragawa Village----
      • 19831/1: Kukizaki village is implemented.
      • 19854/1: Inamura becomes a town system.
      • 19866/1: Ushiku Town has a municipal system.
      • 198711/30: Tsukuba City was founded by the merger of Sakuramura, Yatabe, Toyosato and Oho.
      • 19881/31: Transfer Tsukuba Town to Tsukuba City.
      • 19966/1
        • Kawachi-mura implemented the town system.
        • The new Tone village is enacted.
      • 19969/1: Higashimura enforces the town system.
      • 200211/1: Transferred Kukizaki Town to Tsukuba City.
      • 20053/22: Edozaki Town, Shin Tone Town, Sakuragawa Village, and Higashi Town merge to form Inashiki City.
      • 20053/28: Transfer Fujishiro Town to Toride City.
      • 20059/12: Furukawa City, Sowa Town, and Sanwa Town merge to form (new) Furukawa City.
      • 20063/27: Tsukuba Mirai City was established by the merger of Ina Town and Tanihara Village.

      Tochigi

      Municipalities
      ( '80)
      1980199019952000200520102015Municipalities
      (Current)
      Nogi TownTokyo Metropolitan area
      2662Ten thousand4003
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      2995Ten thousand8231
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3093Ten thousand8445
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3172Ten thousand9844
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3334Ten thousand0947
      Furukawa Metropolitan area
      21Ten thousand7535
      Furukawa Metropolitan area
      21Ten thousand2776
      Nogi Town

      Yamanashi

      • Municipalities that are not in the 10% commuting zone are shown in gray and "-" in each statistical year column.
      Municipalities
      ( '80)
      1980199019952000200520102015Municipalities
      (Current)
      Uenohara TownTokyo Metropolitan area
      2662Ten thousand4003
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      2995Ten thousand8231
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3093Ten thousand8445
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3172Ten thousand9844
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3334Ten thousand0947
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3449Ten thousand8979
      Tokyo Metropolitan area
      3530Ten thousand3778
      Uenohara
      Akiyama Village--
      Tamba mountain villageOme Metropolitan area
      10Ten thousand9970
      --Tamba mountain village
      • 20052/13: Uenohara-shi and Akiyama-mura were merged to form Uenohara-shi.

      Source

      1. ^ 27 Census "Explanation of terms used in the results of the census"
      2. ^ 27 National Census Overview of Japan's population and households-Population in metropolitan areas (PDF)
      3. ^ Statistics Bureau, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications "Population in Metropolitan Areas" Japan Statistical Association <17 National Census Population Overview Series, no.9>, 2009, pp. 470-475.ISBN 9784822335779. 
      4. ^ 2010: "22 Census Overview of Japan's population and households-Table 1-28 Population, area and population density by metropolitan area/urban area (PDF)”. P. 35. 2018/9/26Browse.
      5. ^ 2015: "27 Census Overview of Japan's population and households-Table 1-28 Population, area, and population density-Metropolitan areas (PDF)”. P. 32. 2018/9/18Browse.
      6. ^ Japanese metropolitan area setting standards
      7. ^ After that, Fuchu City, Sagamihara City, Toda City, etc. will be included, but will not be included in the 2015 census. For details, see the "Change in the number of centers" item below.
      8. ^ Yoshitsugu Kanemoto. "Urban Employment Area Code Table". Center for Spatial Information Science, University of Tokyo. 2018/12/25Browse.
      9. ^ a b "Regional economic analysis”. Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. 2015/4/11Browse.
      10. ^ Land price information (press release document)
      11. ^ For example,Basic goals for the natural environment in the metropolitan area Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
      12. ^ 17 Census Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
      13. ^ Annual report on metropolitan area development (white paper on metropolitan area)
      14. ^ For example, Health and Labor White Paper
      15. ^ However, in this definition, the sea was separated from the center of Tokyo.Tokyo islandsIn Chiba prefecture, far away from central TokyoBoso PeninsulaIn the south and in SaitamaChichibu district, Kanagawa PrefectureAshigara regionWhile the above is included in the “Tokyo area”, the southern part of Ibaraki prefecture, which is relatively close to the center of Tokyo, is not included in the “Tokyo area”.
      16. ^ "Current status of regional issues in the Tokyo metropolitan area"
      17. ^ Metropolitan area disaster prevention base improvement conference
      18. ^ For example, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare,Cabinet Office
      19. ^ Nine Prefecture City Summit Official Homepage
      20. ^ For example, Ministry of the Environment
      21. ^ Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications,Ministry of Finance,Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare,Ministry of education,Fair Trade Commissionな ど
      22. ^ Some programs are for the Kanto region of 1 prefecture and 6 prefectures.
      23. ^ "What is the metropolitan area in the metropolitan area regional planning?"
      24. ^ Greater Tokyo Area | Available Areas | Suica: JR East
      25. ^ a b Yoshitsugu Kanemoto. “2010 Metropolitan Employment Area Statistics”. Center for Spatial Information Science, University of Tokyo. 2016/11/12Browse.
      26. ^ "FY26 Comprehensive Research (Research on future trend analysis of regional economy)". Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. 2016/11/6Browse.

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