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Wikipedia: Ehime Prefecture
Ehime Prefecture
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Ehime prefecture (愛媛県; Ehime-ken) is a prefecture in northwestern Shikoku, Japan. The capital is Matsuyama.

 
Ehime prefecture (愛媛県)

Ehime prefectural symbol
CapitalMatsuyama
Region:Shikoku
Island:Shikoku
Area
 - Total
 - % water
Ranked 26th
5,676.44 km²
?%
Population
 - Total (2000)
 - Density
Ranked 27th
1,493,126
263/km²
Districts:10
Municipalities:70
ISO 3166-2:JP-38
Symbols
Pref. Flower:Satsuma mandarin
(Citrus unshiu)
Pref. Tree:Pine tree
(Pinus)
Pref. Bird:Japanese robin
(Erithacus akahige)

History

Geography

Located in the northwestern part of Shikoku, Ehime is facing the Seto inland sea to the north and is bordered by Kagawa and Tokushima in the east and Kochi in the south.

Cities

Districts

  • Higashiuwa
    • Akehama
    • Higashiuwagun
    • Nomura
    • Shirokawa
    • Uwa
  • Iyo
    • Futami
    • Hirota
    • Iyogun
    • Masaki
    • Nakayama
    • Tobe
  • Kamiukena
    • Kamiukenagun
    • Kuma
    • Mikawa
    • Oda
    • Omogo
    • Yanadani
  • Kita
    • Hijikawa
    • Ikazaki
    • Kawabe
    • Kitagun
    • Nagahama
    • Uchiko
  • Kitauwa
    • Hiromi
    • Hiyoshi
    • Kitauwagun
    • Matsuno
    • Mima
    • Tsushima
    • Yoshida
  • Minamiuwa
    • Ipponmatsu
    • Jouhen
    • Minamiuwagun
    • Mishou
    • Nishiumi
    • Uchiumi
  • Nishiuwa
    • Honai
    • Ikata
    • Mikame
    • Misaki
    • Nishiuwagun
    • Seto
  • Ochi
    • Asakura
    • Hakata
    • Ikina
    • Iwagi
    • Kamiura
    • Kikuma
    • Miyakubo
    • Namikata
    • Ochigun
    • Oomishima
    • Oonishi
    • Sekizen
    • Tamagawa
    • Uoshima
    • Yoshiumi
    • Yuge
  • Onsen
    • Kawauchi
    • Nakajima
    • Onsengun
    • Shigenobu
  • Shuusou
    • Komatsu
    • Shuusougun
    • Tanbara
  • Uma
    • Doi
    • Shinguu

Economy

Demographics

Culture

Tourism

Prefectural symbols

Miscellaneous topics

The meaning of Ehime is "beautiful maiden".

External links

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