Capital of JAPAN (List of States and Capitals of Japan)

Capital of JAPAN : Tokyo

Population : As of 1 January 2018, the population of Japan was estimated to be 126,236,090 people. 16,565,962 young people under 15 years old ( 8,505,788 males / 8,061,437 females). 80,791,098 persons between 15 and 64 years old ( 40,738,911 males / 40,052,187 females). 28,879,030 persons above 64 years old ( 12,252,475 males / 16,626,555 females).
The predominant language in Japan is Japanese. 
Land Area of Japan : 377,930 km2 (145,920 mi2)
Established year of Japan : 11 February 660 BC
Religion of Japan : Shinto and Buddhism are Japan's two major religions. Shinto is the old one and It is continue from the Japanese culture but Buddhism comes in 6th century.
National Anthem : Kimigayo
GDP - Per capital (PPP) : 38,428.10 USD (2017) 
Population density : 334.0 people per square kilometer (865.1/mi2) -Religiously Unaffiliated (57.0%), Buddhism (36.2%), Christianity (1.6%), Islam (0.2%), Other (4.6).
Sex ratio : 0.95 (61,423,739 men to 64,693,341 women)
Birth rate : 2,867 live births average per day (119.46 in an hour)
Agricultural land : Agricultural land (% of land area) in Japan was reported at 12.03 % in 2017.
Life Expectancy :
- 82.3 years 
- Male life expectancy at birth is 79 years.
- Female life expectancy at birth is 85.7 years.
Death rate : 3,465 deaths average per day (144.39 in an hour)
Literacy rate : not reported by UNESCO 2015 
Demonym : Japanese
Currency : Japanese yen
Facts : MORE THAN 1500 EARTHQUAKES A YEAR
- FRUIT IS ONE OF THE BEST GIFTS
- MORE THAN 3000 MCDONALD’S RESTAURANTS
- MANY JAPANESE EAT READY-MADE BREAKFAST OR DINNER FROM A SUPERMARKET
- IN JAPAN, YOU BOW INSTEAD OF SHAKING HANDS
The most populous Metropolitan in the world, Tokyo is the capital of the land of the Rising Sun- Japan. The city stands first in the Global Economic Power Index and third in the Global Cities Index. The city is known for its helpfulness of the locals, nightlife, shopping and cleanliness.

The city was formerly called Edo when it was made the headquarters of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1603. Edo was renamed Tokyo and capital when Emperor Meiji moved from Kyoto to Tokyo in 1868. Tokyo Metropolis was formed in 1943 with the merging of Tokyo Fu and Tokyo Shi.

Tokyo is a historical city of religion. It has many temples to visit including Sensoji and the shrines of some famous Emperors including Meiji Shrine and Yasukuni Shrine. Cherry blossom viewing is an experience in itself and should not be missed other places include Harajuku Marketplace, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disneysea, and Mount Takao.

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