The main street in Ōuda
|Merged||January 1, 2006
(now part of Uda)
|• Total||47.44 km2 (18.32 sq mi)|
|• Density||180/km2 (470/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|Website||City of Uda|
The town of Ōuda lies in a valley between two long mountain ranges in northeastern Nara, Japan. A three-mile long stretch of national routes 166 and 370 in the southern part of the town is where most of the businesses and homes are clustered. A large portion of flat land north on route 370 is less densely populated, covered mostly by rice fields. A large torii, or Japanese Gate, rises out of the rice paddies.
Fall is considered to be by far the most beautiful season for the region, as the region has inherited a reputation for natural beauty of its late months.
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