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Katagami, Akita

Katagami
潟上市
City
Katagami City Hall
Katagami City Hall
Flag of Katagami
Flag
Official seal of Katagami
Seal
Location of Katagami in Akita Prefecture
Location of Katagami in Akita Prefecture
Katagami is located in Japan
Katagami
Katagami
 
Coordinates:
Country Japan
Region Tōhoku
Prefecture Akita Prefecture
Area
 • Total 97.76 km2 (37.75 sq mi)
Population (August 2013)
 • Total 33,625
 • Density 343/km2 (890/sq mi)
Time zone Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)
- Tree Japanese black pine
- Flower Rose
- Bird Heron
Phone number 018-878-2211
Address 47-100 Kami-egawa, Tennō, Katagami-shi, Akita-ken 010-0201
Website .jp.akita.katagami.citywww

Katagami (潟上市 Katagami-shi) is a city located in Akita Prefecture, Japan.

As of August 2013, the city has an estimated population of 33,625 and a population density of 343 persons per km2. The total area is 97.96 km2.

Contents

  • Geography 1
    • Neighboring municipalities 1.1
  • Climate 2
  • History 3
  • Economy 4
  • Transportation 5
    • Rail 5.1
    • Highways 5.2
  • Noted people from Katagami 6
  • External links 7

Geography

Katagami is located in the coastal plains of northwestern Akita Prefecture, with the Sea of Japan on the southwest and the remnant of Lake Hachirōgata to the northwest.

Neighboring municipalities

Climate

Katagami has a Humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa) with large seasonal temperature differences, with warm to hot (and often humid) summers and cold (sometimes severely cold) winters. Precipitation is significant throughout the year, but is heaviest from August to October.

History

The area of present-day Katagami was part of ancient Dewa Province. During the Edo period, the area came under the control of the Satake clan, who ruled the northern third of the province from Kubota Domain. After the start of the Meiji period, the area became part of Minamiakita District, Akita Prefecture in 1878.

The modern city of Katagami was established on March 22, 2005, from the merger of the towns of Iitagawa, Shōwa and Tennō (all from Minamiakita District).

Economy

The economy of Katagami is based on agriculture and commercial fishing.

Transportation

Rail

Highways

Noted people from Katagami

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Katagami City official website (Japanese)
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