The map below displays the Japanese cities with the 10 largest populations, where the size of the circle represents the population.
The following bar graph displays the top 20 cities in terms of population:
Where is Tokyo?
If we consider Tokyo to be a city, it would of course be the city with the largest population. However, Tokyo itself is considered to be a metropolis, and there are cities and wards within Tokyo:
Under Japanese law, Tokyo is designated as a to (都), translated as metropolis. Its administrative structure is similar to that of Japan's other prefectures. The 23 special wards (特別区, tokubetsu-ku), which until 1943 constituted the city of Tokyo, are self-governing municipalities, each having a mayor, a council, and the status of a city. (Wikipedia)
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