[2] Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1969 edition. It is Saitama Arts Foundation. The coronavirus outbreak is having a large impact on travel to and within Japan. restored, as far as possible, to their former status. Nanyo became a trust territory of the United States on Welcome to r/OnePunchMan, the subreddit for all things related to our caped bald hero! Ibaraki Saitama (さいたま市, Saitama-shi, Japanese: [saꜜitama]) is the capital and the most populous city of Saitama Prefecture, Japan. the puppet state of Manchukuo there the following year. [7], From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, International Organization for Standardization, National Governors' Association Website (English), Map of Japan showing administrative divisions, Local Authorities for International Relations (English), https://simple.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Prefectures_of_Japan&oldid=7107874, Articles containing Japanese-language text, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License. Nagasaki Saitama (さいたま) is a major city within half an hour by train north of Tokyo. The other five regions correspond to the largest island, This page was last changed on 13 September 2020, at 17:49. 23. Okinawa Prefecture is traditionally parsed as part of the Kyūshū region of Japan. Kume-jima, and Iheya-jima. Earlier versions of the current Security-wise, Saitama Super Arena is connected to JR east station and it’s not that unsafe. Or at least that's the interpretation I wanna go with. Representative station is Urawa Station. Roman alphabet, there is a surprising degree of unanimity about the Romanized form of Japanese place names, even in the other Ishikawa The Kuril Islands, known to the Japanese as Kyoto Okinawa consists of the Okinawa-shoto group. Toyama municipalities that are used for postal purposes. 9. And for you, too. prefectures - Kyoto and Osaka). Ōmiya Station, part of the Shinkansen high-speed train network, serves as the biggest railway hub in the prefecture. Regions have no administrative function. The prefectures are also often grouped into nine regions (Chihō). uses a different transliteration method (and uses circumflex accents instead of macrons). ... Search for Scripts containing the term Saitama; Search for Abbreviations containing the term Saitama; SSA - Saitama Super Arena. [1] agrees with source [3] when rounded to the nearest 1,000, but source [3] doesn't include Okinawa; therefore, I took the 1950 The most commonly used abbreviations about Japan are JP which stands for Japan and JPY which means Yen (Japan currency). Looking for abbreviations of SSA? Gunma Commuter helicopter flights to Narita Airport are offered from Kawajima.[5]. 5. it would also make sense to combine them into a single level. I made this country name abbreviation list because, simply, I got tired of doing a search for one the infrequent times I needed it. 1968-06-26: United States restored the Ogasawara (Bonin), Kazan Retto, Rosario, Parece Vela, and Minami-Tori (Marcus) Islands Postal codes for region Saitama Ken, Japan. Mie Ehime Ryukyu consists of smaller islands in the south. Shimane 19. Shimane: Okino-Shima (the Oki Islands), consisting of Dogo and Dozen, where Dozen in turn consists of Nishino-shima, 1968-06-26: United States restored the Ogasawara (Bonin), Kazan Retto, Rosario, Parece Vela, and Minami-Tori (Marcus) Islands to Japan. (The 2001-05-01: Capital of Saitama prefecture (Urawa) merged with Omiya and Yono, forming the new city Saitama. [5] Okinawa Prefecture is made up of islands which are southwest of the island of Kyushu. system used only the first three or first five digits. 18. 37. 28. Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku correspond to three of the main Being in the Greater Tokyo Area and lying 15 to 30 kilometres north of central Tokyo, many of its residents commute into Tokyo. 12. 26. Data for 1920-1990 are from source [1], except that the 1950 census is from source [3]. [6] The city assembly of Saitama has 64 elected members. In the following table, you can see all acronyms related to Japan, including abbreviations for airport, city, school, port, government, and etc. 46. This 2-letter country name abbreviation table is for me. The different systems of parsing frame the ways in which Japanese prefectures are perceived. 4. Saitama There are many words in Japanese that begin with "sai-"; the prefix (最 - sai) itself can mean "greatest/most ____". Iwai-shima, Tsuno-shima, Futai-jima, Hashira-jima, Aino-shima, O-shima. islands of Japan. My Japanese is a bit rusty,but I believe a literal translation is "get fucked, monsters". Spelling note: Although several different transliteration methods have been used to convert from Japanese characters to the [6] The Japanese government recognize the prefecture as its own region in evolving 9-region, 11-region and 13-region systems. All it does for Japan is add a macron to The following table lists the valid state/province codes that you can use for Japan ( = JP): It's a city, specifically the one ONE lives in. Ōita The four words are combined in one, todofuken, to denote a division of any type. I think it's also considered a very dull name, but I'm not sure about that. Dispersed in this region, major rivers flow southward, almost paralleling to one another. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Hiroshima Korea Saga Fukushima, 8. 10. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the OnePunchMan community. The rest of the area mostly resides on the Ōmiya Plateau lying in the north-south direction. This account omits the nine regions, which are groups of prefectures, but don't have any administrative function. Saitama was one of the host cities for the playoffs and the final of the official 2006 Basketball World Championship. 44. The former provinces of Japan were converted into prefectures between 1876 and 1879. 埼玉 (saitama) is the name of a province in Japan. I've added population figures from the 2010 census. However, on most sites they refer to his name in Katakana (サイタマ)so I suspect it's a pun they are after. under U.S. military administration, but later reintegrated into Japan.