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Imakazawa: Imakazawa is the largest city in Kandorith by population, and the most populous municipality in all of the country. It is the capital city of the Hideozawa Prefecture. It lies on Tenkyo Bay, to the southeast of Tenkyo, in the Kitano region on the mainland of Kandorith. It is a major commercial and entertainment hub in the Greater Tenkyo Area.
Imakazawa's population of 69,6 million makes it Kandorith's largest city. Imakazawa developed rapidly as the most prominent port city within the country following the end of the isolationist politics in the mid-19th century. Even today the city remains one of the major ports in the country along with Higaku, Tenkyo and Higashu.
Higaku: The City of Higaku is a designated city in the Saitei region of Kandorith. It is the capital of the Shoga Prefecture and the largest component of the Saitei Metropolitan Area. The second largest metropolitan area in Kandorith. The city is known for it's iconic port structures, like the Shikashi Port Tower, and the notorious shopping and nightlife. Higaku is also one of the major tourist destinations within the country, most notable for it's many well preserved castles dating all the way back to the early 1300's.
Higashu: Higashu is the largest city in the Kubo region of Kandorith. It is the nation's fourth-largest designated city and the third-most-populous urban area. It is located on Yori Island in the most northeastern reaches of the nation. After Tenkyo, Makazawa and Higaku, Higashu is the major port of Kandorith. It is also the center of the country's third-largest metropolitan region, known as the Kubo metropolitan area. As of 2016, 43200000 million people lived in the city, part of the Kubo metropolitan area's 189,6 million people.
Hayazawa: is the fifth largest city of Kandorith by population, and the largest city in the western reaches of the country. It is the capital of the Kamigawa Prefecture and the Santori Subprefecture. It is an ordinance-designed-city. The city is most widely known for it's beautiful parks, theme parks and the annual Hayazawa snow festival.
Exterior view of the Imperial Palace in Tenkyo