Neyagawa, Osaka

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Neyagawa

寝屋川市
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Neyagawa
Location in Japan
Coordinates: 34°46′N135°38′E / 34.767°N 135.633°E / 34.767; 135.633 Coordinates: 34°46′N135°38′E / 34.767°N 135.633°E / 34.767; 135.633
CountryJapan
Region Kansai
Prefecture Osaka Prefecture
Government
  MayorYoshihiro Baba
Area
  Total24.73 km2 (9.55 sq mi)
Population
 (April 1, 2017)
  Total236,758
  Density9,600/km2 (25,000/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+09:00 (JST)
City hall address1-1 Honmachi, Neyagawa-shi, Ōsaka-fu
572-8555
Website www.city.neyagawa.osaka.jp
Symbols
Flower Rose
Tree Sakura

Neyagawa (寝屋川市, Neyagawa-shi) is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan, that was founded May 3, 1951.

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As of April 2017, the city has an estimated population of 236,758 and a population density of 9,600 persons per km². [1] The total area is 24.73 km².

Neyagawa entered a Sister City relationship with Newport News, Virginia (US), in 1982, and with Oakville, Ontario (Canada), in 1984, where a boulevard is named after the city.

Surrounding municipalities

Transportation

Railways

Highways

Education

Private universities

Public elementary and junior high schools are operated by Neyagawa Municipal Board of Education. [2]

Public high schools are operated by the Osaka Prefectural Board of Education: [3]

Notable people

Sister and Friendship cities

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