Prefecture of Japan IwatePrefecture Iwate
Introducing Japan spirit to the world! Girl idol group conquering the nation of 47 prefectures.
Japan is originally well-recognized for its fascinating mountain, river, architecture, cuisine, technology, animation, o-mo-te-na-shi, and…o-ta-ku(nerds) culture!BANZAI JAPAN is a girl idol group, formed by a project which Japan proudly presents to the world about our culture.
Each member who represents their individual prefectures nationwide, is on their secret mission, wondering if rest of the 47 members ever going to get together?
Throughout their songs and dance performances, BANZAI JAPAN will visualize our magnificent culture and introduce them toward the world!
Prefecture of Japan Iwate
Iwate is a large prefecture on the northeastern coast of Honshu, Japan’s main island. The southern city of Hiraizumi contains a rich architectural legacy from its period as a political center in the 11th and 12th centuries, including Chūson-ji Temple and the adjacent Mōtsū-ji Temple. Northeast, the city of Tōno was the birthplace of many folk tales, now recounted in traditional surrounds at its Old Tales Village.
Area: 15,275 km²
Weather: 8 °C, Wind N at 3 mph (5 km/h), 98% Humidity
Population: 1.229 million (1 Jun 2019)
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Banzai Japan Polls
Vote for your favorite member of banzai japan, you can chose 10 members of the nineteen members, you don’t need to be registered to vote, lets see who the favorite member of Banzai Japan.
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Prefecture of Japan Iwate
Iwate Prefecture (岩手県, Iwate-ken) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Tōhoku region of Honshu. It is the second-largest Japanese prefecture at 15,275 square kilometres (5,898 sq mi), with a population of 1,229,432 (as of 1 June 2019). Iwate Prefecture borders Aomori Prefecture to the north, Akita Prefecture to the west, and Miyagi Prefecture to the south.
Morioka is the capital and largest city of Iwate Prefecture; other major cities include Ichinoseki, Ōshū, and Hanamaki. Located on Japan’s Pacific Ocean coast, Iwate Prefecture features the easternmost point of Honshu at Cape Todo, and shares the highest peaks of the Ōu Mountains—the longest mountain range in Japan—at the border with Akita Prefecture. Iwate Prefecture is home to famous attractions such as Morioka Castle, the Buddhist temples of Hiraizumi including Chūson-ji and Mōtsū-ji, the Fujiwara no Sato movie lot and theme park in Ōshū, and the Tenshochi park in Kitakami known for its huge, ancient cherry trees. Iwate has the lowest population density of any prefecture outside Hokkaido, 5% of its total land area having been designated as National Parks.
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