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Mihara, Hiroshima
Mihara

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Flag of Mihara
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Official seal of Mihara
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Location of Mihara in Hiroshima Prefecture
Location of Mihara in Hiroshima Prefecture
Mihara is located in Japan
Mihara
Mihara
Location in Japan
Coordinates: 34°24?N 133°5?E / 34.400°N 133.083°E / 34.400; 133.083Coordinates: 34°24?N 133°5?E / 34.400°N 133.083°E / 34.400; 133.083
CountryJapan
RegionCh?goku (San'y?)
PrefectureHiroshima Prefecture
Government
 o MayorSho Tenma
Area
 o Total471.03 km2 (181.87 sq mi)
Population
(July 31, 2016)
 o Total97,324
 o Density206.62/km2 (535.1/sq mi)
Symbols
 o TreeCamphor laurel
 o FlowerUme and Satsuki azalea
Time zoneUTC+9 (JST)
City hall address3-5-1, Minatomachi, Mihara-shi, Hiroshima-ken
723-8601
Websitewww.city.mihara.hiroshima.jp

Mihara (, Mihara-shi) is a city located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on November 15, 1936.

As of July 31, 2016, the city has an estimated population of 97,324 and a population density of 206.62 persons per km². The total area is 471.03 km².

On March 22, 2005, the town of Daiwa (from Kamo District), the town of Kui (from Mitsugi District), and the town of Hong? (from Toyota District) were merged into Mihara.

History

A map of suburb of Mihara and Onomichi area in 1929 (Japanese edition)

Economy

Fisheries

Industries

Sister cities

Educational Facilities

Transportation

Airports

Trains

Buses

Highways

National Routes

Ports

Tourism

Castles

Temples

Shrines

Festivals

Yassa Festival in August

People

Historical

Famous

Entertainment

A small island off the coast of Sagishima, called Sukune, was the location of Kaneto Shindo's film The Naked Island released in 1960.[1] Director Shindo and his wife Nobuko Otowa both had their ashes scattered on the island.[2]

References

  1. ^ "A tourist guide to Sagishima" (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2012-06-06.
  2. ^ "Shindo Kaneto Kantoku "Hadaka no Shima" Sankotsu e". Nikkan Sports.

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