What is the largest island of Japan?
Japan is made up of four main islands: Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku. Of those, Honshu is by far the largest — it’s about three times the size of the runner-up, Hokkaido. The central island of Japan, Honshu is home to the metropolitan areas of Tokyo and Osaka, as well as Mount Fuji. Honshu is the seventh-largest island in the world.
The correct answer is Honshu.