Mishima District, Osaka

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Location of Mishima District in Osaka

Mishima (三島郡, Mishima-gun) is a district located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

As of 2009, the district has an estimated population of 29,003 and a density of 1,730 persons per km2. The total area is 16.78 km2.

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