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H%C5%8Dko Prefecture
The H?ko Prefecture government building now serves as the Penghu County Government building.

H?ko Prefecture (, H?ko-ch?) was one of the administrative divisions of Taiwan during the Japanese occupation from 1895 until 1945. The prefecture consisted of modern-day Penghu County.

Population

Total population 69,387
Japanese 3,619
Taiwanese 65,694
Korean 74
1941 (Showa 16) census.

Administrative divisions

Subprefectures

In 1945 (Sh?wa 20), there were 2 subprefectures.

Subprefectures ( shich?)
Name Kanji Kana
Mak? Subprefecture ? ?
M?an Subprefecture ?

Towns and Villages

The districts are divided into towns (?) and villages (?)

District Name Kanji Notes
Mak?
?
Mak? town Today Magong City
Kosei village Today Huxi Township
Hakusa village Today Baisha Township
Seisho village Today Xiyu Township
M?an
?
M?an village Today Wang'an Township
Taisho village Today Cimei Township

See also



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