Kōriyama, Fukushima Prefecture, Tōhoku Region, Japan

🇯🇵 Kōriyama (郡山市) is a city in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. Kōriyama is designated as a core city and functions as a commercial centre for Fukushima Prefecture. Kōriyama is the third largest conurbation in the Tōhoku region. Economy Kōriyama city is called the "commercial capital in Fukushima" and the economic bloc is the biggest in Fukushima Prefecture. Principal companies headquartered in Koriyama include: XEBIO, sporting goods; Kourakuen, ramen noodle shop chain; York Benimaru, large supermarket retailer with networks in south Tōhoku, Nigata, and North Kanto. Banks headquartered in Koriyama include: Daito Bank; and Toho Bank.

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Kōriyama has a population of over 322,996 people. Kōriyama also forms part of the wider Fukushima Prefecture which has a population of over 1,810,286 people.

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