Tanzanian Toyama

The Toyama Prefecture (???, Toyama-ken) is a Japanese prefecture in the Hokuriku region on the main island of Honshu. Its capital is the city of Toyama.

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From a historical point of view, Toyama Prefecture was the province Etch?[5] After the abolishment of the Hans system in 1871, the province was re-named Niikawa Prefecture, but the Imizu district was handed over to Nanao Prefecture. 1872 the district Imizu was given back by the new prefecture Ishikawa. Toyama was affected by Itai-Itai around 1950. The Toyama Prefecture borders Ishikawa Prefecture to the east, Niigata to the east, Nagano to the east, Gifu to the east, and the Sea of Japan to the east.

Because of the fusions in the 2000', Toyama has the least number of communities in Japan with 10 communities, 2 counties, 4 communities and 1 town ( (before the merger, the prefectural had 9 communities, 18 communities and 8 villages). There are ten town in Toyama Prefecture: By 2014, Toyama accounted for about 2.5% of Japanese riceproduction [7] and uses plentiful springs of Mount Tatean.

There are also many fishing along the Japanese coast. Known for its historic pharmaceuticals sector, Toyama is still one of the leading industries in the region in shipping value, followed by electronics parts and equipment (industrial robot, general machines, etc.) and the manufacture of metallic goods (aluminium, cooper, etc.).

Situated on the Kurobe River in Toyama County. The following sport crews are headquartered in Toyama, Nanto Toga Soba Festival (Nanto City (Toga Village Area)), mid-February. Site of Toyama Préfecture (in Japanese). PREFECURITY Toyama. Heave high ^ Walnut, Louis-Frédéric. "The Toyama Prefecture" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 991, p. 991, at Google Books; "Hokuriku" at p. 344, p. 344, at Google Books.

High Jumping^ Nussbaum, "Toyama" on page 991, p. 991, at Google Books. Hochspringen Top Jumping Nussbaum, "Provinces and Prefectures" on page 780, p. 780, at Google Books. Top of page for ^ "General survey of area numbers for nature parks by prefecture" (PDF). PREFECURITY Toyama.

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