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Band?

Band? city hall
Band? city hall
Flag of Band?
Flag
Official seal of Band?
Seal
Location of Band? in Ibaraki Prefecture
Location of Band? in Ibaraki Prefecture
Band? is located in Japan
Band?
Band?
 
Coordinates: 36°2?54.3?N 139°53?19.4?E / 36.048417°N 139.888722°E / 36.048417; 139.888722Coordinates: 36°2?54.3?N 139°53?19.4?E / 36.048417°N 139.888722°E / 36.048417; 139.888722
CountryJapan
RegionKant?
PrefectureIbaraki Prefecture
Area
 o Total123.03 km2 (47.50 sq mi)
Population
(September 2015)
 o Total54,349
 o Density442/km2 (1,140/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+9 (Japan Standard Time)
- TreeZelkova serrata
- FlowerTea
- BirdJapanese bush warbler
Phone number0297-35-2121
AddressIwai 4365, Bando City, Ibaraki Prefecture 306-0692
Websitehttp://www.city.bando.ibaraki.jp/

Band? (, Band?-shi) is a city located in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. As of September 2015, the city had an estimated population of 54,349, and a population density of 442 persons per km². Its total area is 123.03  km².

Geography

Band? is located in far southwestern Ibaraki Prefecture, on the north bank of the Tone River, bordered by Chiba Prefecture to the southwest. It is approximately 50 kilometers northeast of Tokyo.

Surrounding municipalities

History

The area of modern Band? was part of Shim?sa Province until the start of the Meiji period. With the establishment of the municipalities system on April 1, 1889, the village of Iwai was created within Sashima District, Ibaraki. Iwai was elevated to town status on July 4, 1900 and to city status on April 1, 1972. The city of Band? was established on March 22, 2005, from the merger of the city of Iwai with the neighboring town of Sashima.

Economy

Education

  • Band? has 13 elementary schools, four middle schools and three high schools.

Transportation

Train

  • Band? is not served by any passenger train service.

Highway

Local attractions

  • site of Sakasai Castle
  • Ibaraki Natural Museum

International relations

Notable people from Band?

References

External links

Media related to Band?, Ibaraki at Wikimedia Commons


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