It is difficult for you to have a QSO with the HAM station at the Rarest Ward "Taito-ku" in Tokyo, Japan. Taito-ku has JCC#100106 number for the JCC Award.
OM Tokio Sasaki JK1DVX reseached the population of HAM in Tokyo Area. Taito-ku is the smallest ward ( = ku) in Tokyo.
There are TEN HAMs who enjoy 144MHz and 430MHz QSO with a small Handy-Transceiver. Ms. Non JF1MYH reported the actual activity of HAMs in Taito-ku.
* Zero HAM on 1.9MHz, 3.5MHz, 10MHz, 24MHz, 28MHz, 2.4GHz, and the Satellite band.
* Few HAMs on 1.2GHz band.
* ONE or TWO HAMs on 7MHz band.
* TWO or THREE HAMs on 14MHz and 18MHz band.
* About TEN HAMs on 21MHz and 50MHz band.
As Taito-ku is the smallest ward in Tokyo, there are indeed very few HAMs who have a big antenna system here. We HAMs in Taito-ku cannot to send you strong radio wave from here, but we are looking forward to having QSO with you.
vy 73 es 88 ! FB DX ! de Active HAMs in Taito-ku
JE1BQE, JF1LVQ, JF1MYH, JG1OUT, JG1QZW, JK1DVX, JS1HNM, JR1ZZZ, and JH1YTU