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What was the population of Tokyo in 2015?

What was the population of Tokyo in 2015?

13.491 million
As of October 1, 2015, the population of Tokyo is estimated to be 13.491 million, or about 11% of Japan’s total population, and it has the largest population among all the 47 prefectures. At 2,191 square kilometers, the area of Tokyo is 0.6% of the total area of Japan.

What was the population of Tokyo in 2016?

13.5 million people
According to a 2016 estimate of Tokyo’s population, the metropolis is now home to 13.5 million people, or 9,262,046 in all of the 23 wards.

What was the population of Tokyo in 2017?

Tokyo, Japan Metro Area Population 1950-2022

Tokyo – Historical Population Data
Year Population Growth Rate
2017 37,397,000 0.19%
2016 37,327,000 0.19%
2015 37,256,000 0.19%

Is Tokyo largest city in world?

Tokyo is widely considered the world’s largest city (by urban area and metropolitan area).

Is Tokyo bigger than New York?

Tokyo is the most populated metropolitan area in the world, so it’s appropriate that it’s much larger than NYC in terms of land area. Still, it’s noteworthy that Tokyo is SO large that its population density is 15,604 people per square mile, as compared to New York’s 27,578 people per square mile.

What is the population in Tokyo 2022?

The population of Japan’s capital dropped by about 48,600 people to just under 14 million at the start of 2022, the first decline since 1996, the metropolitan government reported Monday.

How much is the population in Tokyo in 2022?


Tokyo 東京都
Highest elevation 2,017 m (6,617 ft)
Lowest elevation 0 m (0 ft)
Population (2022)
• Total 13,988,129

Will Japan become extinct?

Economists at Tohoku University established a countdown to national extinction, which estimates that Japan will have only one remaining child in 4205.

Is London or Tokyo bigger?

A rough visual comparison of the map shows the urban area of Tokyo is maybe 3 times the size of London.

Who is bigger Tokyo or Paris?

The Paris population and area (105 square kilometers) are miniscule in comparison to Greater London’s 7.3 million people and 1,590 square kilometers; New York City’s 8 million people and 826 square kilometers; and Central Tokyo’s 8.1 million people and 616 square kilometers.