- Aikawa, Akita was a town located in Kitaakita District, Akita Japan; it was merged with other towns to form Kitaakita
- Aikawa, Kanagawa is a town located in Aiko District, Kanagawa, Japan
- Kanagawa Prefectural Board of Education#Aiko District, school in Aiko District
- Aikawa, Niigata is a town on Sado Island, Niigata Prefecture, famous for gold mines in the olden times
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