Kizawa, Maezaki

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Kizawa
木沢市
—  Core City  —
Aerial View from Kizawa Station to the northeast

Flag
Country Nakahara
Region Naoshima
Prefecture Maezaki Prefecture
Government
 • Mayor Konishi Somegorou
Area
 • Total 295 km2 (110 sq mi)
Population (July 2011)
 • Total 529,334
 • Density 1,800/km2 (4,600/sq mi)
Time zone NNT (UTC+9)
Flower Prunus persica
Tree Acer pseudosieboldianum
Website www.Kizawacity.go.nk

Kizawa (木沢市 Kizawa-shi?) is the largest city in Maezaki Prefecture, Nakahara. As for 2011, it has population 529,334 with land size 295 km square making its density 1,794 per km square

History

Prior to Shizuku Period

Shizuku Period

After Nakamura Restoration

Siege of Kashiwaba 2014

Geography

Kizawa city located in the east-end of Sawasaki plains bordering with Esashi Mountains in the eastern part making most of its part flat plain area. Satogawa River runs through the city from the west Academy City toward the Sanhe Sea in the north coast of the city.

Climate

Demographic

Kizawa city is the largest city of Maezaki Prefecture.

Transportation

Railway

Kizawa is the main station of Naoshima Shinkansen for Shin-Kashiwaba Metropolitan area as the line bypass the Shin-Kashiwaba city.

Highway

Education

Culture and Sports

Sister Cities