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Japan is an island country located in East Asia that makes up an archipelago of 6852 islands, making this the fourth largest island country in the world. The five main islands of Japan are Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa. The country’s capital is Tokyo, which is also the largest city. The city is also the eleventh most populated city in the world, and is one of the most densely populated and urbanized. The total area of Japan is 377,975 square kilometers (145,937 square miles), and is home to a total population of 125,502,000 inhabitants. Japan’s government is a unitary state and a constitutional monarchy. The current emperor of Japan is Naruhito.

Because of its numerous islands, Japan has the sixth largest coastline in the world, with 29,751 square kilometers (that’s 18,486 miles). Japan is also home to the eighth largest exclusive economic zone in the world, which covers around 4,470,000 square kilometers, or 1,730,000 miles. Because of its location along the Pacific Ring of Fire, Japan is very prone to natural disasters such as tsunamis, earthquakes, as well as volcanic eruptions. According to the 2016 World Risk Index, Japan ranked 17th in the highest natural disaster risk.When it comes to the environment of Japan, there are over 90,000 species of wildlife that can be found. These species include animals such as the brown bear, the Japanese macaque, the Japanese raccoon dog, the small Japanese field mouse, and the Japanese giant salamander. Within Japan, there are nine forest ecoregions that can be found and also reflect the climate of their surrounding area. There are numerous large national parks that have been established to protect the safety of its species, as well as many wetland sites. Following World War II, Japan experienced large amounts of environmental pollution, which is still a current day issue. In 2020, it was announced by the Japanese government that they would be aiming for carbon neutrality by the year 2050.

Japan is home to the third largest economy in the world by nominal GDP, following the United States and China. The main export products of Japan are motor vehicles, iron and steel products, semiconductors, and auto parts. Japan is the third largest producer of motor vehicles in the world, and is also home to the largest car brand in the world, which is Toyota. Tourism also plays a major role in the economy of Japan. In the year 2019, Japan attracted 31.9 international tourists.

The total population of Japan is around 125.5 million people, and it is estimated that 122.8 million of these people are Japanese national citizens, with only a small percentage of foreigners making up the rest of the population. In 2019, it was measured that 92% of the population lived in cities. The capital city of Tokyo, which is also Japan’s largest city, currently has a population of around 13.9 million people, and makes up a part of the Greater Tokyo Area, the largest metropolitan area in the world.

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Old Maps of Japan
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Japan.

Japan is an island country located in East Asia that makes up an archipelago of 6852 islands, making this the fourth largest island country in the world. The five main islands of Japan are Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa. The country’s capital is Tokyo, which is also the largest city. The city is also the eleventh most populated city in the world, and is one of the most densely populated and urbanized. The total area of Japan is 377,975 square kilometers (145,937 square miles), and is home to a total population of 125,502,000 inhabitants. Japan’s government is a unitary state and a constitutional monarchy. The current emperor of Japan is Naruhito.

Because of its numerous islands, Japan has the sixth largest coastline in the world, with 29,751 square kilometers (that’s 18,486 miles). Japan is also home to the eighth largest exclusive economic zone in the world, which covers around 4,470,000 square kilometers, or 1,730,000 miles. Because of its location along the Pacific Ring of Fire, Japan is very prone to natural disasters such as tsunamis, earthquakes, as well as volcanic eruptions. According to the 2016 World Risk Index, Japan ranked 17th in the highest natural disaster risk.When it comes to the environment of Japan, there are over 90,000 species of wildlife that can be found. These species include animals such as the brown bear, the Japanese macaque, the Japanese raccoon dog, the small Japanese field mouse, and the Japanese giant salamander. Within Japan, there are nine forest ecoregions that can be found and also reflect the climate of their surrounding area. There are numerous large national parks that have been established to protect the safety of its species, as well as many wetland sites. Following World War II, Japan experienced large amounts of environmental pollution, which is still a current day issue. In 2020, it was announced by the Japanese government that they would be aiming for carbon neutrality by the year 2050.

Japan is home to the third largest economy in the world by nominal GDP, following the United States and China. The main export products of Japan are motor vehicles, iron and steel products, semiconductors, and auto parts. Japan is the third largest producer of motor vehicles in the world, and is also home to the largest car brand in the world, which is Toyota. Tourism also plays a major role in the economy of Japan. In the year 2019, Japan attracted 31.9 international tourists.

The total population of Japan is around 125.5 million people, and it is estimated that 122.8 million of these people are Japanese national citizens, with only a small percentage of foreigners making up the rest of the population. In 2019, it was measured that 92% of the population lived in cities. The capital city of Tokyo, which is also Japan’s largest city, currently has a population of around 13.9 million people, and makes up a part of the Greater Tokyo Area, the largest metropolitan area in the world.

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