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Kudamatsu

Kudamatsu
下松市
City
Flag of Kudamatsu
Flag
Location of Kudamatsu in Yamaguchi Prefecture
Location of Kudamatsu in Yamaguchi Prefecture
Kudamatsu is located in Japan
Kudamatsu
Kudamatsu
Location in Japan
Coordinates:
Country Japan
Region Chūgoku (San'yō)
Prefecture Yamaguchi Prefecture
Government
 • Mayor Shigemasa Igawa
Area
 • Total 89.44 km2 (34.53 sq mi)
Population (September 1, 2014)
 • Total 55,119
 • Density 629.87/km2 (1,631.4/sq mi)
Symbols
 • Tree Myrica rubra
 • Flower Salvia splendens
Time zone Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)
City Hall Address 3-3-3 Ōtemachi, Kudamatsu-shi, Yamaguchi-ken
744-8585
Phone number 0833-45-1700
Website .jp.yamaguchi.kudamatsu.citywww

Kudamatsu (下松市 Kudamatsu-shi) is a city in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.

As of September 1, 2014, the city has an estimated population of 55,119, with 24,392 households and a population density of 616 persons per km². The total area is 89.44 km².

The city was founded on November 3, 1939, being formed by the merger of the former town of Kudamatsu, and the villages of Hanaoka, Kubo and Suetake-minami. Each of these were previously part of Tsuno District.

External links

  • Kudamatsu City official website (Japanese)


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