|Pacific Island Territory|
|— Territory of the East Asian Federation —|
|Region||Pacific Island Territory|
|Incorporated as Prefecture-level Territory||2010|
|- Total||1,219.15 km2 (470.7 sq mi)|
|- Density||6.3/km2 (16.3/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Varies (UTC-11 to +12)|
The Pacific Island Territory is the prefectural designation for the East Asian Federation's overseas territories in the Pacific Ocean. It consists of nine island systems across 810 islands, reefs, atolls, and cays, including Guam, the Northern Marianas, Eastern Samoa, Midway Atoll, Baker Island, Wake Island, the Paracel Islands, the Spratly Islands, and the Macclesfield Bank. The prefectural capital is at Saipan, where the Pacific Island Assembly meets.
As of 2011, the territory has an estimated population of 331,904. Much of this population resides on Guam and the Mariana Islands. Midway, Baker, and Wake Islands, and the Paracel and Spratly Islands are not permanently populated, and are mainly used for military and environmental preservation purposes.