Question: Why is it called prefecture?

From on-line etymology, the English word prefecture is: an administrative district of a prefect, mid-15c., from Middle French préfecture and directly from Latin praefectura, or assembled locally from prefect.

What is the difference between a prefecture and a city?

A prefecture is bigger than a city. In Japan there are 47 prefectures.

What do u mean by district?

noun. a division of territory, as of a country, state, or county, marked off for administrative, electoral, or other purposes. a region or locality: the theater district; the Lake District. British. a subdivision of a county or a town.

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