Prefecture of Japan ToyamaToyama Prefecture
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 Toyama
Toyama is a prefecture on Japan’s main island, Honshu. Its Hida Mountains are known for hot springs and ski areas. The capital, also called Toyama, is the starting point of the 90km-long Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route. On this popular sightseeing course, visitors travel by bus, funicular and ropeway to sites like Mt. Tate (one of Japan’s 3 Holy Mountains), Mikurigaike crater lake and 186m-tall Kurobe Dam.
Area: 4,248 km²
Population: 1.045 million (1 Jun 2019)
Weather: 15 °C, Wind E at 4 mph (6 km/h), 96% Humidity
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Prefecture of Japan Toyama
(富山県, Toyama-ken) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region of Honshu. Toyama Prefecture has a population of 1,044,588 (1 June 2019) and has a geographic area of 4,247.61 km² (1,640.01 sq mi). Toyama Prefecture borders Ishikawa Prefecture to the west, Gifu Prefecture to the south, Nagano Prefecture to the east, and Niigata Prefecture to the northeast.
Toyama is the capital and largest city of Toyama Prefecture, with other major cities including Takaoka, Imizu, and Nanto. Toyama Prefecture is part of the historic Hokuriku region, and the majority of prefecture’s population lives on Toyama Bay, one of the largest bays in Japan. Toyama Prefecture is the leading industrial prefecture on the Japan Sea coast and has the advantage of cheap electricity from abundant hydroelectric resources. Toyama Prefecture contains the only known glaciers in East Asia outside of Russia, first recognized in 2012, and 30% of the prefecture’s area is designated as national parks.
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