|Anthem: Praise, Formosa!
Royal anthem: Kimigayo
|Capital||台北市 Taihoku City|
|Largest city||基隆市 Kiryu City|
|Official languages||Japanese, Taiwanese Mandarin, Taiwanese Hokkien|
|Recognised regional languages||Formosan Languages, Hakka|
|Government||Prefecture of the Empire of Japan|
|-||Governor||Lin Chi Mei|
Taihoku is a prefecture of the Taiwan Province of the Empire of Japan. It is located on the northeastern corner of Taiwan and bordered to the west by the Momokoen Prefecture and to the south by the Konpeki-Umi Prefecture.
The name "Taihoku" is derived from the Japanese pronounciation of the word 台北 (Taipei); which literally means "North of Tai(wan)".
Government and Politics
Taihoku's government is run by the Governor, who oversee's everything that goes on in Taihoku. As a prefecture of Japan, it is also under the leadership of the Emperor, Akihito. The current governor of Taihoku is Coco Yamashita.
Taihoku is split into 4 districts and the capital area, each district contains 5 cities; the capital area contains 3 cities and a mini-district. Legend: 1 = Capital Area, 2 = Kiryu District, 3 = Chugoku District, 4 = Nishitaihoku District, 5 = Kita-Konpeki District.
The capital area consists of 3 cities and 2 townships. The capital city of Taihoku is located within the capital area.