Katori is located in far northeastern Chiba Prefecture, along the lower reaches of the Tone River. It is about 45 kilometers from the prefectural capital at Chiba and 70 to 80 kilometers from central Tokyo. It is included in the Narita metropolitan area (Narita city) in the urban employment area, and the commuting rate to Narita city is 12.7% (2010 census).
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Chiba is the capital and largest city of Chiba Prefecture, with other major cities including Funabashi, Matsudo, Ichikawa and Kashiwa. Chiba Prefecture is located on Japan's eastern Pacific coast to the east of Tokyo, and is part of the Greater Tokyo Area, the most populous metropolitan area in the world.
Asahi City, Chiba Prefecture Katori Naval Air Base was established in February 1944 with two crisscrossing runways in the shape of an X. On February 19, 1945, the same day as the start of the Iwo Jima invasion, the Kamikaze Special Attack Corps 2nd Mitate
Kurimoto Town / 栗源町. image by Tomislav Šipek, 16 July 2014. The flag of the former town of Kurimoto was green with mark. The town is now, from 2006, part of the city of Katori.
Katori Jingu ｜ Chiba Prefecture Power Spot / Shrine ｜ Power Spot Search / Shrine Search. It is honored the main god Tsutomu Tsutomu who achieved the feat of giving away the country together with the martial arts god of Kashima Jingu. The keystone of Katori Jingu Shrine is said to hold the tail of the great eagle in the ground and plays a great role in the protection of the eastern country.
Introduction. Tenshinshō-den Katori Shintō-ryū was founded by Iizasa Choisai Ienaō during the mid Muromachi era (1336-1573) in the Katori region of Shimōsa province (present-day Katori city, Chiba prefecture), and is the source from which many Japanese martial arts have evolved. It maintains a extensive syllabus of martial training, strategic study, philosophy, and character development.