|Prefecture||Hokkaido (Iburi Subprefecture)|
|• Total||404.56 km2 (156.20 sq mi)|
(March 31, 2017)
|• Density||12/km2 (30/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+9 (JST)|
In March 2017, the town had an estimated population of 4,659, and a density of 12 persons per km². The total area is 404.56 km². The annual town festival is in mid-July, and is called "Inaka Matsuri" or "Country Festival". It is a two-day affair that starts in the main section of town with a parade featuring the Atsuma Dance and continuing the next day with performances at the Atsuma Dam.
There is a surfing beach nearby where the annual "Hama Matsuri" or "Beach Festival" in early-August.
Atsuma has several rivers of which the most prominent is the Atsuma River. It is dammed in the northern area of town and continues down through the center of town and empties into the ocean near the ferry terminal and the Tomato-Atsuma Power Station.
Atsuma currently has a high school, called the Hokkaido Atsuma High School (北海道厚真高等学校, Hokkaidō Atsuma Kōtōgakkō) The town also has two junior high schools and two elementary schools.
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