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  1. Hyōgo Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    Hyōgo Prefecture (兵庫県, Hyōgo-ken) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kansai region of Honshu. Hyōgo Prefecture has a population of 5,469,762 (as of 1 June 2019) and has a geographic area of 8,400 square kilometres (3,200 sq mi).

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      Present-day Hyōgo Prefecture includes the former provinces...

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      Two major artificial islands are located Hyōgo Prefecture:...

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      As in all prefectures nationwide, agriculture, forestry, and...

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      There are 163 public and 52 private high schools within...

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    In the Meiji period, Hyōgo Prefecture was formed by merging the provinces of Harima, Tajima, Awaji, and parts of Tamba and Settsu. In 1993, Himeji Castle was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is in the city of Himeji. In 1995, the Great Hanshin earthquake damaged Kobe and neighboring Osaka Prefecture. It caused the deaths of 5,000+ people.

    Hyōgo has coastlines on two seas. The Sea of Japan is north of the prefecture and the Seto Inland Sea is on the south. AwajiIsland in the Inland Sea is part of Hyōgo. Hyōgo shares land borders with Osaka Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture, Tottori Prefecture and Okayama Prefecture.

    Media related to Hyogo Prefectureat Wikimedia Commons 1. Official Hyōgo Prefecture website 2. Himeji-jo, World Heritage Site Coordinates: 34°41′26.94″N 135°10′59.08″E / 34.6908167°N 135.1830778°E / 34.6908167; 135.1830778

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  3. Category:Hyōgo Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hyogo Prefecture (兵庫県 Hyōgo-ken) is a prefecture located in the Kansai (also called Kinki) region on the island of Honshū, Japan. The capital is Kobe. The main article for this category is Hyōgo Prefecture.

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  5. Talk:Hyōgo Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    A survey is being conducted at Wikipedia_talk:Manual of Style (Japan-related_articles)#Prefectures and macrons to determine which prefectures should have their spelling "macron-ized", per the existing manual of style. Oita has been changed already, and each of the others is current being discussed (Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hokkaido, Hyogo, and Kochi).

  6. Category:Hyōgo prefecture - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jun 10, 2020 · People of Hyogo prefecture‎ (241 C, 225 F) Photographs of the national flag of Japan in Hyōgo prefecture ‎ (1 F) Politics of Hyogo prefecture ‎ (5 C, 8 F)

  7. Hyōgo Prefectur - Wikipedia

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    Hyōgo Prefectur (兵庫県 Hyōgo-ken) is a prefectur o Japan locatit in the Kansai region on Honshu island. The caipital is Kobe. The prefecture's name wis previously alternately spelt as Hiogo.

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  8. Prepektura ning Hyōgo - Wikipedia

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    Hyōgo Prefecture (兵庫県 Hyōgo-ken?) metung yang prefecture ning Japan a atiu keng Kinki labuad keng Honshū pulu. Ing tungku iyapin ing Kobe.

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  9. List of mergers in Hyōgo Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Here is a list of mergers in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan since the Heisei era. Mergers from April 1, 1999 to Present On April 1, 1999 - The former town of Sasayama absorbed the towns of Konda, Nishiki and Tannan (all from Taki District) to create the city of Tamba-Sasayama.

  10. Hyogo Prefectural Assembly - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Hyogo Prefectural Assembly (兵庫県議会, Hyōgo-ken gikai) is the prefectural parliament of Hyogo Prefecture. The assembly's 87 members are elected every four years in 40 districts by single non-transferable vote.

    • Ryosuke Ueda, Liberal Democratic Party, since 12 June 2015
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