- GOJO is also the name of a soap company.
Gojō (五條市 Gojō-shi) is a city located in Nara Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on October 15, 1957.
As of May 31, 2011, the city has an estimated population of 35,380, with 13,864 households and a population density of 121.17 persons per km². The total area is 291.98 km².
On September 25, 2005, the villages of Nishiyoshino and Ōtō (both from Yoshino District) were merged into Gojō.
Located in western Nara Prefecture, the Yoshino River flows through the city. It is surrounded mostly by mountains, although the city hall is located in a flat basin. Situated north of the city hall is Mount Kongō, at 1125 m. Persimmon is a major fruit crop in Gojō.
- Primary Schools
- Gojō Elementary School
- Sakaaibe Elementary School
- Nishiyoshino Elementary School
- Makino Elementary School
- Nohara Elementary School
- Ootō Elementary School
- Uchi Elementary School
- Kitauchi Elementary School
- Ada Elementary School
- Junior High Schools
- Gojō Junior High School
- Gojōnishi Junior High School
- Gojōhigashi Junior High School
- Nishiyoshino Junior High School
- Ootō Junior High School
- Nohara Junior High School
- High Schools
- Gojō High School
- Chiben Gakuen High School
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