Mori, Hokkaidō


Mori, Hokkaidō
Mori
森町
—  Town  —
Japanese transcription(s)
 – Hepburn romanization Mori-machi
The location of Mori in Oshima Subprefecture.
Coordinates: 42°6′N 140°35′E / 42.1°N 140.583°E / 42.1; 140.583Coordinates: 42°6′N 140°35′E / 42.1°N 140.583°E / 42.1; 140.583
Country Japan
Prefecture Hokkaidō
Subprefecture Oshima
District Kayabe
Government
 – Mayor (町長 chōchō?) Katsuo Chitō (克男 佐藤?)
Area
 – Total 368.27 km2 (142.2 sq mi)
Population (2009-03-31)
 – Total 18,433
 – Density 50.1/km2 (129.6/sq mi)
Post code 049-2393
Area code(s) 01374
Official Tree Kayabe Chestnut
Official Flower Cherry blossom
Official Bird Common Gull
Government Office Address Banchi 1, Aza Gokōmachi 144, Mori-machi, Kayabe-gun, Hokkaidō 049-2393
Government Office Telephone 01374-2-2181
Community Identification Number 01345-5
Website http://www.town.hokkaido-mori.lg.jp

Mori (森町 Mori-machi?) is a town located in Kayabe District, Oshima, Hokkaidō, Japan. The total area of the town is 368.27 square kilometres (142.19 sq mi).

History

On April 1, 2005 the town of Sawara was merged into Mori.

Demographics

On March 31, 2009 the town had a population of 18,433 and a population density of 50.1 persons per km².

On March 31, 2008 the town had an estimated population of 18,693 and a density of 53.5 persons per km².

External links

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