Tamba-Sasayama, Hyōgo Prefecture, Kansai Region, Japan

🇯🇵 Tamba-Sasayama (丹波篠山市), formerly known as Sasayama, is a city in the central eastern part of Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The modern city of Tamba-Sasayama was established in 1999, from the merger of the former town of Sasayama, absorbing the towns of Konda, Nishiki and Tannan (all from Taki District). The name Tamba-Sasayama was chosen in reference to the historical Tanba Province, which still has some influence on local branding and politics.

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Tamba-Sasayama has a population of over 42,395 people. Tamba-Sasayama also forms one of the centres of the wider Hyōgo Prefecture which has a population of over 5,469,762 people.

Twin Towns – Sister Cities Sister cities include: 🇺🇸 Walla Walla, United States; 🇬🇷 Corinth, Greece; 🇬🇷 Mykines, Greece; 🇬🇷 Nafplio, Greece; 🇬🇷 Elafonisos, Greece.

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