It is a unitary state, split up into 47 administrative divisions − one metropolitan district ( to: Tokyo), 2 urban prefectures ( fu: Kyoto and Osaka), 43 prefectures ( ken), and one district (dō: Hokkaido). Map 1 – Japan, its neighbours, and territorial disputes . Source: EPRS. The three territorial disputes in the area covered by the map are:
Japan is a unitary state. The central government delegates many functions (such as education and the police force ) to the prefectures and municipalities , but retains the overall right to control them.
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116. elongated state 117. prorupted state 118. perforated state 119. fragmented state 120. landlocked state a. Afghanistan b. Indonesia c. Nicaragua d. South Africa e. Vatican City f. Vietnam Match the following (some states have more than one answer): 121. Brazil 122. China 123. Mesopotamia 124. Taiwan a. was a hearth b. was a colony c. is a ...
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Which of the above countries is a unitary state and which is a federal state? Explain why for each. Japan is unitary because it has a strong nationality while Germany is a Federal state because it has multiple states within it and it has different nationalities. When is a federal state a more efficient organization method for a state?