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Isahaya (諫早市; -shi) is a city located in Nagasaki, Japan.

As of 2003, the city has an estimated population of 95,880 and the density of 659.06 persons per kmē. The total area is 145.48 kmē.

The city was founded on September 1, 1940.

External link

  • Official website (http://www.city.isahaya.nagasaki.jp/) in Japanese
  Nagasaki Prefecture
Fukue | Goto | Hirado | Iki | Isahaya | Matsuura | Nagasaki (capital) | Omura | Sasebo | Shimabara | Tsushima
Higashisonogi | Kitamatsura | Kitatakaki | Minamimatsura | Minamitakaki | Nishisonogi
Districts in Tsushima subprefecture
Kamiagata | Shimoagata

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Rethinking the tideland issue of Isahaya bay (377 words)
Isahaya tideland" was held at Toraya No. 2 building in Tokyo and member of parliament (House of Representatives) Tatsuo Sasayama participated as a panelist.
Formation of the so-called "Isahaya effect", by which the significance of tidelands and wetlands came to be recognized among the public and affected positively on the subsequent issues in Fujimae tideland and Sanbanse tideland.
However, this inconsistency cannot be justified because the scale and ecological values of Isahaya as a tideland is not inferior to the others.
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