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Minerals reported from Japan and Japanese prefectures

Japan as a whole (1,462 valid mineral species)
Hokkaido region
Hokkaido (512 species)
Tohoku region
Aomori prefecture (167 species)
Akita prefecture (263 species)
Iwate prefecture (413 species)
Miyagi prefecture (204 species
Yamagata prefecture (201 species)
Fukushima prefecture (387 species)
Koshinetsu region
Niigata prefecture (282 species)
Nagano prefecture (279 species)
Yamanashi prefecture (193 species)
Toyama prefecture (104 species)
Ishikawa prefecture (100 species)
Fukui prefecture (181 species)
Kanto region
Gunma prefecture (280 species)
Tochigi prefecture (273 species)
Ibaraki prefecture (258 species)
Saitama prefecture (259 species)
Tokyo metropolis (153 species)
Chiba prefecture (110 species)
Kanagawa prefecture (149 species)
Tokai region
Shizuoka prefecture (262 species)
Aichi prefecture (230 species)
Gifu prefecture (332 species)
Mie prefecture (258 species)
Kinki region
Shiga prefecture (197 species)
Kyoto prefecture (283 species)
Hyogo prefecture (264 species)
Osaka prefecture (118 species)
Nara prefecture (152 species)
Wakayama prefecture (140 species)
Chugoku region
Okayama prefecture (343 species)
Hiroshima prefecture (193 species)
Tottori prefecture (165 species)
Shimane prefecture (282 species)
Yamaguchi prefecture (389 species)
Shikoku region
Kagawa prefecture (108 species)
Tokushima prefecture (129 species)
Ehime prefecture (439 species)
Kochi prefecture (298 species)
Kyushu region
Oita prefecture (323 species)
Fukuoka prefecture (300 species)
Saga prefecture (130 species)
Nagasaki prefecture (200 species)
Kumamoto prefecture (198 species)
Miyazaki prefecture (245 species)
Kagoshima prefecture (294 species)
Okinawa region
Okinawa prefecture (61 species)