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List of populated places in Japan

Aichi

  • population:2008-01-01[1]
City name Population Area Density Founded Homepage
Nagoya 2,239,464 326.45 6,860 1889-10-01 [1]
Toyohashi 377,045 261.35 1,443 1906-08-01 [2]
Okazaki 371,380 387.24 959 1916-07-01 [3]
Ichinomiya 375,939 113.91 3,300 1921-09-01 [4]
Seto 132,311 111.61 1,185 1929-10-01 [5]
Handa 117,927 47.24 2,496 1937-10-01 [6]
Kasugai 300,713 92.71 3,244 1943-06-01 [7]
Toyokawa 161,595 150.71 1,072 1943-06-01 [8]
Tsushima, Aichi 65,646 25.08 2,617 1947-03-01 [9]
Hekinan 73,024 35.86 2,036 1948-04-05 [10]
Kariya 145,117 50.45 2,876 1950-04-01 [11]
Toyota 420,286 918.47 458 1951-03-01 [12]
AnjoAnjō 176,046 86.01 2,047 1952-05-05 [13]
Nishio 106,643 75.78 1,407 1953-12-15 [14]
GamagoriGamagōri 82,264 56.81 1,448 1954-04-01 [15]
Inuyama 75,304 74.97 1,004 1954-04-01 [16]
Tokoname 52,837 55.63 950 1954-04-01 [17]
KonanKōnan, Aichi 100,064 30.17 3,317 1954-06-01 [18]
Komaki 149,060 62.82 2,373 1955-01-01 [19]
Inazawa 137,475 79.30 1,734 1958-11-01 [20]
TokaiTōkai 106,708 43.36 2,461 1969-04-01 [21]
ObuŌbu 83,097 33.68 2,467 1970-09-01 [22]
Chita 84,782 45.43 1,866 1970-09-01 [23]
ChiryuChiryū 68,216 16.34 4,175 1970-12-01 [24]
Owariasahi 79,197 21.03 3,766 1970-12-01 [25]
Takahama 43,467 13.00 3,344 1970-12-01 [26]
Iwakura 48,042 10.49 4,580 1971-12-01 [27]
Toyoake 69,124 23.18 2,982 1972-08-01 [28]
Nisshin 80,921 34.90 2,319 1994-10-01 [29]
Tahara 66,698 188.81 353 2003-08-20 [30]
Aisai 65,481 66.63 983 2005-04-01 [31]
Kiyosu 56,635 13.31 4,255 2005-07-07 [32]
Shinshiro 51,326 499.00 103 2005-10-01 [33]
Kitanagoya 80,112 18.37 4,361 2006-03-20 [34]
Yatomi 43,145 48.92 882 2006-04-01 [35]
Miyoshi - 32.11 - 2010-01-04 [36]
Ama - 27.59 - 2010-03-22 [37]

References

  1. ^ 月報 あいちの人口. Toyokawa's data is adopted the total of Otowa, Mito, and Toyokawa before the recent merger.
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