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Top left:Umagase in Nippo Coast Quasi National Park, Top right:Statue of Bokushu Wakayama in Hyuga, Middle left:View of platform in Hyuga City Railroad Station, Middle right:Hyottoko Dancing event on August, Bottom:Old Traditional Town in Mimitsu
Location of Hyūga in Miyazaki Prefecture
|• Mayor||Kenji Kuroki|
|• Total||336.29 km2 (129.84 sq mi)|
|Population (March 2008)|
|• Density||188/km2 (490/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|Address||10-5 Honmachi, Hyūga-shi, Miyazaki-ken.
Points of interest
- Mimitsu area (美々津 Mimitsu-chiku?): This area has been designated a national important preservation district for groups of historic buildings, and much of the 19th-century atmosphere, including traditional buildings, earthen walls, and stone pavements, remains.
- Hyūga City official website (Japanese)
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