Talk:Azumino, Nagano

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deleted reference to "clam zahha, australia" as a sister city, as the link to it doesn't work, and a quick check of google shows no such place. Paulboyland 03:15, 3 September 2006 (UTC)

The following railroads run in Azumino City.
Large thread route, Shinonoi line: In the station, a large thread line is market, NAKAGAYA, MINAMI-TOYOSHINA, TOYOSHINA, oak arrow-cho, Mt. Hotaka, north Mt. Hotaka, Azumino Oiwake Azusa Bridge all day long: There is Shinonoi line with Tazawa, Akashina. —Preceding unsigned comment added by MINIKETSU (talkcontribs) 10:48, 15 March 2008 (UTC)


Thank you for taking an interest in Azumino city. Anybody who speaks Chinese, please help. It's about Azumino's sister city in China. This Chinese place-name is read "Gosan-kaido" in Japanese. I am positive it is written differently in English. --Mt.Jounen (talk) 22:30, 17 August 2009 (UTC)