There is one Table name (_Views_Stats) and in this Table, There is a column name "users_login_at"
Create a view using this table and column.
You'll get it.
In the table _views_stat ,user_login_at column also shows the last login details of the user and not the dates history of how many times has he logged in.
User login action data is available from the historical (audit) tables in the Repository.
You can see the field definitions in the Workgroup Data Dictionary. The historical_event_types and historical_events tables will be of interest in answering your query.
As a starting point, perhaps look at the built-in Admin Views workbook created by Tableau (e.g. Actions by a Specific User Dashboard). Here's how to find that Workbook.
The bigger issue is the 365-day timeframe for your query. The Repository, by default only keeps the last 183 days of audit data. See the bottom of this page in the docs. You could increase the audit threshold or setup an ETL process to save off data from the Repository to a data warehouse.
Let me know if you have any questions on the above and good luck!