Talk:Zama, Kanagawa

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This article says "As of 128,989, the city had an estimated population of 128,989..." please note that 128,989 is not a year. I do not know when this research is from or I would fix the error myself.

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Wiki for Zama states: "The city is well known for its drinking water, which is cold in the summer and warm in the winter." As a Zama City resident, I can confirm that this isn't true. Too bad because it would be nice... It may be a localized phenomenon in other parts of Zama. — Preceding unsigned comment added by OjisanUnit (talkcontribs) 05:11, 30 August 2011 (UTC)

City symbols[edit]

Is there an official source in English claiming that the city bird is the great tit? I have not changed the main page in case this is the name the city itself likes to use but the actual emblem is parus minor which is the Japanese Tit not strictly the Great Tit (parus major).

This information is given on the Zama's website — Preceding unsigned comment added by AlanBrod (talkcontribs) 08:04, 13 October 2012 (UTC)