Tamura (Fukushima)


Tamura (Fukushima)
Tamura-shi
田村市
Tamura
Geographische Lage in Japan
Tamura (Fukushima) (Japan)
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Region: Tōhoku
Präfektur: Fukushima
Koordinaten: 37° 26′ N, 140° 34′ O37.441375140.56907777778Koordinaten: 37° 26′ 29″ N, 140° 34′ 9″ O
Basisdaten
Fläche: 458,30 km²
Einwohner: 39.594
(1. Oktober 2011)
Bevölkerungsdichte: 86 Einwohner je km²
Gemeindeschlüssel: 07211-7
Symbole
Baum: Eiche
Blume: Azalee
Vogel: Japanbuschsänger
Rathaus
Adresse: Tamura City Hall
20 Aza Babakawahara, Funehiki, Funehiki-machi
Tamura-shi
Fukushima 963-4393
Webadresse: http://www.city.tamura.lg.jp
Lage Tamuras in der Präfektur Fukushima
Lage Tamuras in der Präfektur

Tamura (jap. 田村市, -shi) ist eine Stadt in der Präfektur Fukushima in Japan.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Geographie

Tamura liegt nördlich von Iwaki und östlich von Kōriyama.

Geschichte

Tamura wurde am 1. März 2005 aus der Vereinigung der Gemeinden Funehiki (船引町, -machi), Ōgoe (大越町, -machi), Takine (滝根町, -machi) und Tokiwa (常葉町, -machi), sowie dem Dorf Miyakoji (都路村, -mura) des Landkreises Tamura gegründet.

Verkehr

  • Straße:
    • Banetsu-Autobahn: nach Niigata und Iwaki
    • Nationalstraße 4: nach Tokio und Aomori
    • Nationalstraßen 288, 349, 399
  • Zug:

Söhne und Töchter der Stadt

Angrenzende Städte und Gemeinden

Weblinks

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