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Location of Hachinohe in Aomori
|• Mayor||Makoto Kobayashi (Liberal Democratic Party)|
|• Total||305.19 km2 (117.83 sq mi)|
|Population (October 2009)|
|• Density||781/km2 (2,020/sq mi)|
|• Tree||Taxus cuspidata|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|City hall address||Hachinohe-shi,
About 240,000 people live in Hachinohe.
Hacnihone is in a part of Japan called the Tohoku region. It faces the Pacific Ocean. Two rivers run through Hachinohe. One is the Mabechi River which runs from the south to the east, and flows into the Pacific Ocean. The other is the Nida River which runs from the south to the north.
Hachinohe means "the 8th area" in north of Tohoku region from the Middle Ages era. There was "the places of 8th" for making horses for a war in Hachinohe.
Hachinohe has a famous industrial area in Tohoku region, and has a bigger fishing port more than most of other cities.
There is a Tohoku Shinkansen station and the Tohoku Expressway in Hachinohe.
The main industries in Hachinohe are manufacturing and services. Most of people in Hacnihohe work in manufacturing. In Hachinohe, the fishing industry is famous. Hachinohe brings in the most squid and saba in Japan.
References[change | change source]
- Deal, William E. (2005). Handbook to Life in Medieval and Early Modern Japan, p. 70.
- Jacobs, A.J. "Japan's Evolving Nested Municipal Hierarchy: The Race for Local Power in the 2000s," Urban Studies Research (2011), Table 3; retrieved 2012-12-18.