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Encyclopedia > Tagata District, Shizuoka

Tagata (田方郡; -gun) is a district located in Shizuoka, Japan.

As of 2003, the district has an estimated population of 92,874 and a density of 476.86 persons per km▓. The total area is 194.76 km▓.

Towns and villages

  • Heda
  • Izunagaoka
  • Kannami
  • Nirayama
  • Ohito
  Shizuoka Prefecture
Atami | Fuji | Fujieda | Fujinomiya | Fukuroi | Gotenba | Hamakita | Hamamatsu | Ito | Iwata | Izu | Kakegawa | Kosai | Mishima | Numazu | Omaezaki | Shimada | Shimoda | Shizuoka (capital) | Susono | Tenryu | Yaizu
Fuji | Haibara | Hamana | Ihara | Inasa | Iwata | Kamo | Ogasa | Shida | Shuchi | Sunto | Tagata

  Results from FactBites:
Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Shizuoka Prefecture (579 words)
Shizuoka Prefecture is an elongated region following the coast of the Pacific Ocean at the Suruga Bay.
July 1, 2005-The cities of Tenry┼ź and Hamakita and the towns of Haruno (from Shuchi District), Hosoe, Inasa and Mikkabi (from Inasa District), Sakuma, Misakubo and Tatsuyama (from Iwata District), Maisaka and Yuto (from Hamana District) merged into the city of Hamamatsu.
The city of Shimada(2nd one) is scheduled to merge the town of Kawane from Haibara District on April 1, 2007.
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