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Chino (茅野市 Chino-shi) is a city in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on August 1, 1958.
As of February 1, 2012, the city has an estimated population of 56,082, with 21,904 households and a population density of 210.51 persons per km². The total area is 266.41 km².
- Lake Shirakaba
- Lake Tateshina
- Izumino Primary school
- Kanazawa Primary school
- Eimei Primary school
- Miyagawa Primary school
- Kitayama Primary school
- Kohigashi Primary school
- Tamagawa Primary school
- Yonezawa Primary school
- Toyohira Primary school
Junior high schools
- Nagano Prefecture Chino High School
- Tokai University Daisan Senior High School
Chino's Sister City is Longmont, Colorado. The relationship was established in 1990 and includes student exchanges every summer between high school students in each city.