|• Mayor||Jugoro Tsuji (since December 2004)|
|• Total||493.28 km2 (190.46 sq mi)|
|Population (January 1, 2012)|
|• Density||140/km2 (350/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|- Flower||Erythronium japonicum|
|Address||Hikami-cho, Narimatsu-ji Koga 1, Tanba City, Hyogo Prefecture (兵庫県丹波市氷上町成松字甲賀１)
|Website||City of Tamba|
Tamba is a very small city, and has very beautiful nature - mountains and rivers abundant with fish. Hikami is the biggest town from the six which formed Tamba. It is a place of many shops, among the rest of food products. Aogaki is sometimes considered the most beautiful town because of its natural environment. Paragliders are very popular. Aogaki is home to many agriculturists who grow rice, vegetables etc. Aogaki is surrounded by countryside.
Tamba is a region rich with delicious food such as chestnuts and black bean. Kaibara's sign is keaki tree. The tree is estimated to be a thousands years old. Kasuga has a Kuroi castle. Tanba has many shrines with the oldest being the Hachiman shrine, which has the greatest history. The shrines in Tamba are very important cultural property and are very popular.
Media related to Tamba, Hyōgo at Wikimedia Commons
- Tamba City official website (Japanese)
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