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'''Akita prefecture''' (秋田県 ''Akita-ken'') is an area of [[Japan]] located in the [[Tohoku]] region of [[Honshu]] island. Its population was 1,134,000 in 2006.<ref>''Japan Statistical Yearbook'': '[http://www.stat.go.jp/data/nenkan/zuhyou/y0203000.xls Population by Prefecture 1920-2006]'. Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. .xls document.</ref>
 
'''Akita prefecture''' (秋田県 ''Akita-ken'') is an area of [[Japan]] located in the [[Tohoku]] region of [[Honshu]] island. Its population was 1,134,000 in 2006.<ref>''Japan Statistical Yearbook'': '[http://www.stat.go.jp/data/nenkan/zuhyou/y0203000.xls Population by Prefecture 1920-2006]'. Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. .xls document.</ref>
  
Akita prefecture shares its name with its own capital city, [[Akita]] (秋田市 ''Akita-shi'').
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Akita prefecture shares its name with its own capital city, [[Akita, Akita|Akita]] (秋田市 ''Akita-shi'').
  
 
==Footnotes==
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Akita]]
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*[[Akita, Akita]]
 
*[[Tohoku]]
 
*[[Tohoku]]
 
*[[Honshu]]
 
*[[Honshu]]
 
*[[Japan]]
 
*[[Japan]]

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Akita prefecture (秋田県 Akita-ken) is an area of Japan located in the Tohoku region of Honshu island. Its population was 1,134,000 in 2006.[1]

Akita prefecture shares its name with its own capital city, Akita (秋田市 Akita-shi).

Footnotes

  1. Japan Statistical Yearbook: 'Population by Prefecture 1920-2006'. Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. .xls document.

See also