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Tōkyō Bowen Ding 349859

The population of Tokyo in 2013 may be a bit hard to understand because of the way the figures are laid out. The 23 wards claim a population of 9.05 million, but the metropolis has a population of 13,282,271. The greater Tokyo metropolitan area, which is spread over 3 prefectures, is much larger with a population that's estimated at close to 35 million. That means the greater Tokyo area is home to 25% of Japan's population, and it's the most populous metropolitan area in the world. The metropolitan area is so large, in fact, that it is more than half as large again as the world's next largest metropolitan area, Seoul.

23 wards of Tokyo have the highest density area is at the heart of city with 9.05 million population: Chuo, Chiyoda, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Minato.

Tokyo metropolis has a population of 13,282,271. Population growth towards the west through years of urban development.

Tokyo metropolitan area 60km

which is spread over 3 prefectures, has a population close to 35 million. Population spreads out more than 60km away from central city. Including country area, the population extend for more than 250km further away from Tokyo city area.

PUBLIC High raises, fast movement, noise, modern, work, commercial, young.

PRIVATE Medium and low raises, slow movement, quite, traditional, living, residential, old.

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