Top left: View of Headquarter in Tenri religious community, Top right: Tenri religious school, Middle left: View of a point of side of mount Miwa road, Middle right: Stone site in Ryuo Mount Castle, Bottom: Tenri Reference Museum
Location of Tenri in Nara Prefecture
|• Mayor||Keisaku Minami|
|• Total||86.37 km2 (33.35 sq mi)|
(April 1, 2015)
|Time zone||UTC+9 (JST)|
|City hall address||605 Kawaharajō-chō, Tenri-shi, Nara-ken|
Tenri (天理市 Tenri-shi) is a city located in Nara Prefecture, Japan. The modern city was founded on April 1, 1954, and is named after the Japanese new religion Tenrikyo, which has its headquarters in the city.
- Primary schools
- Senzai Elementary School
- Idodo Elementary School
- Yamanobe Elementary School
- Nikaido Elementary School
- Tenri Elementary School (Private School)
- Yanagimoto Elementary School
- Tanbaichi Elementary School
- Ichinomoto Elementary School
- Fukuzumi Elementary School
- Asawa Elementary School
- Junior high schools
- Kita Junior High School
- Minami Junior High School
- Fukuzumi Junior High School
- Nishi Junior High School
- Tenri Junior High School (Private School)
- High schools
Shrines and temples
The central station of Tenri is Tenri Station.
- West Japan Railway Company
- Kintetsu Railway
- Expressways of Japan
- Japan National Route 24
- Japan National Route 25
- Japan National Route 169
- "市町村別推計人口・世帯数". Nara Prefecture. April 1, 2015. Archived from the original on May 18, 2015. Retrieved May 5, 2015.
- Ponsonby-Fane. (1915). The Imperial Family of Japan, p. 15.
- Koch, W. (1904). Japan; Geschichte nach japanischen Quellen und ethnographische Skizzen. Mit einem Stammbaum des Kaisers von Japan, p. 13.
- "Tenri Kyoko Gakuen High School Website".
- Media related to Tenri, Nara at Wikimedia Commons
- Geographic data related to Tenri, Nara at OpenStreetMap
- Tenri City official website (in Japanese)
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