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Kumamoto-shi

Kumamoto-shi - description of the city:

Kumamoto is a city in Japan, also called Kumamoto-shi. It is a has a fairly large area as well as its number of occupants being reasonably high, although about average for other cities in the nation. The surrounding areas counted in its greater area bring even more people. The city was dеsignated in 2012 after having been the product of a fusion of several cities and townships.

This city’s weather is pretty normal for Japan. Hot summertimes and low temperatures in the wintertime. Rain comes and goes generally at any time all around through the course of a year, but it is most commonly experienced during the summers, in the middle of the year, bringing somewhat of a respite from the heat of the summer.

Kumamoto has a fair number of interesting landmarks and things to see, the best-known of these being a castle dating back centuries. It was reinforced and mostly rebuilt in the 1970s to be preserved, but the original structure is a part of ancient Japanese history. Most of the original castle was lost in an assault on its defense, which left a fair bit of the structure burned.

There are other things to see in this city such as other historical buildings and monuments, shrines and temples indicating the city’s religious history, or other parts of the city’s colorful scope of areas that are more modern-day. These can include shopping malls and department stores, or more culturally-inclined areas like museums. The museums in this city display beautiful pieces of the city’s, and really Japan’s culture, such as art, performance, or theatre. The city’s cultural aspects even include a mascot of a black-colored bear with rosy cheeks, named «Kumamon»

The city is crossed all over by an efficient public transportation system that ensures that any area within the city or its greater area is accessible and open for either a regular city resident, or a tourist looking to find famous sites for sightseeing.

Country Japan
International title Kumamoto-shi
Population 680,423 people
Timezone Asia/Tokyo
State Kumamoto-ken
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 32.78972 x Longitude: 130.74167

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