Sagamino plateau

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The Sagamino plateau (相模野台地, Sagamino daichi), also known as the Zama Hills (座間丘陵, Zama kyūryō) or Sagami plains (相模平野, Sagami heiya), is a wide plateau situated between the Tama Hills and the Sagami River in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.[1][2] Near its northern boundary with the city of Sagamihara, it is also called the Sagamihara plateau (相模原台地, Sagamihara daichi).[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b 貝塚爽平; 小池一之; 遠藤邦彦; 山崎晴雄; 鈴木毅彦, eds. (November 13, 2000). 日本の地形4 関東・伊豆小笠原 [Japan Topography 4: Kantō, Izu-Ogasawara] (in Japanese). Tokyo University Press. ISBN 978-4-13-064714-4.
  2. ^ a b Sagamihara City Municipal History Compilation Division (相模原市市史編さん室), ed. (November 2004). 相模原市史 現代図録編 [Sagamihara City History: Modern Illustrated Compilation] (in Japanese). City of Sagamihara.