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Hakusan (白山市, Hakusan-shi) is a city located in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan.
The modern city of Hakusan was established on February 1, 2005, from the merger of the city of Mattō, and the towns of Mikawa and Tsurugi, and the villages Kawachi, Oguchi, Shiramine, Torigoe and Yoshinodani (all from Ishikawa District).
As of April 1, 2008 population data, the city has an estimated population of 110,654 and a population density of 147 persons per km2. The total area is 755.17 km2.
Kōji Omote, a popular and successful mixed martial arts fighter, lives and trains in Hakusan.
Hakusan, Ishikawa Wikipedia
Eizo and its subsidiary, Irem, have their headquarters in Hakusan.
Tedorigawa sake is produced in Hakusan.CCZetye
Ishikawa Forest Experiment Station
Hakusan, the "White Mountain" from which the merged city took its name.
Hakusan National Park
Matto, also known as the city that never sleeps.
Shinkai Palace, former home of the world famous Takoyaki Brothers, currently home to the Shinkai Five and DJ Pompoko.
The Tedori River
Matto Stadium is home to the city's major football club, FC Hokuriku (formerly Fervorosa Ishikawa, Fervorosa Hakusan and FC Goals) which competes in the Hokushinetsu Regional League.
Tamariba Kansuke - UDON BAR
Hakusan's sister cities include: - Boston, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
- Columbia, Missouri, United States
- Penrith, New South Wales, Australia