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Naka-ku (中区) is a ward of the city of Sakai in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The ward has an area of 17.94 km² and a population of 121,377. The population density is 6,766 per square kilometer. [1] The name means "Central Ward."

The wards of Sakai were established when Sakai became a city designated by government ordinance on April 1, 2006.

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References

  1. 推計人口 (平成20年) : 堺市ホームページ (City official home page) (Retrieved on June 23, 2009)

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