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Nishinomiya is city of Japan (Hyogo-ken). The population of Nishinomiya: 468,925 people. Geographic coordinates of Nishinomiya: 34.71667 x 135.33333.

Country Japan
International title Nishinomiya
Population 468,925 people
Timezone Asia/Tokyo
State Hyogo-ken
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 34.71667 x Longitude: 135.33333

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