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Ena City (恵那市 Ena-shi) is a city located in the Tōnō region of Gifu Prefecture, Japan.
As of July 2011, the city has an estimated population of 53,378 and a population density of 110 persons per km². The total area is 504.19 km².
The city was originally founded on April 1, 1954, but on October 25, 2004, Ena absorbed the towns of Akechi, Iwamura, Kamiyahagi and Yamaoka, and the village of Kushihara(all from Ena District) to create the new and expanded city of Ena.
- Mountains: Mount Kasagi, Mount Hoko, Mount Yūdachi, Mount Byōbu, Mount Yake, Mount Mitsumori
- Rivers: Kiso River, Agi River, Kamiyahagi River, Kamimura River, Akechi River, Toki River, Ori River
- Lakes: Ena Gorge, Lake Hokonoko, Lake Agigawa, Lake Okuyahagi, Lake Origawa
- Ōi-chō (大井町)
- Osashima-chō (長島町)
- Takenami-chō (武並町)
- Misato-chō (三郷町)
- Kasagi-chō (笠置町)
- Iiji-chō (飯地町)
- Nakanohō-chō (中野方町)
- Higashino (東野)
- Iwamura-chō (岩村町)
- Yamaoka-chō (山岡町)
- Akechi-chō (明智町)
- Kamiyahagi-chō (上矢作町)
- Kushihara (串原)
- Gifu Prefectural Ena High School
- Gifu Prefectural Ena Agricultural High School
- Gifu Prefectural Ena-Minami High School
Hospitals and clinics
- Ena Municipal Hospital
- Kamiyahagi Hospital
- Ena Police Station
- Gifu Prefectural Ena General Office
Notable people from Ena
Historic and sightseeing locations
- ^ 岐阜県の人口・世帯数人口動態統計調査結果. Gifu prefectural website (in Japanese). Gifu Prefecture. Retrieved September 11, 2011.
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