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Susono, Shizuoka

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Country  Japan
Prefecture  Shizuoka Prefecture
- Flower  Azalea
Local time  Saturday 11:35 PM
Region  Chūbu (Tōkai)
- Tree  Japanese cedar
Population  52,338 (Dec 2016)
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Time zone  Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)
Weather  4°C, Wind N at 21 km/h, 89% Humidity
Points of interest  Fuji Safari Park, Snow Town Yeti, Mizugatsuka Park, Koizumi African Lion Safa, Suyamasengen Shrine

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Susono (裾野市, Susono-shi) is a city located in eastern Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

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Map of Susono, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan

The city, which covers an area of 138.12 square kilometres (53.33 sq mi), had an estimated population in December 2016 of 52,338, giving a population density of 379 persons per km2.

The Mottos of Susono City

  1. Enjoy working and make a healthy city.
  2. Be kind to people and make living in the city more pleasant.
  3. Maintain social order and build a peaceful city.
  4. Protect nature and make a beautiful city.
  5. Respect old traditions and make a cultured city.

Geography

Susono is located in far eastern Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, in the foothills of Mount Fuji, and the Hakone Mountains. The climate is temperate maritime, with hot humid summers and mild winters.

Surrounding municipalities

Shizuoka Prefecture

  • Mishima
  • Gotemba
  • Nagaizumi
  • Fuji
  • Kanagawa Prefecture

  • Hakone
  • History

    During the Edo period, the area was mostly tenryō territory under direct control of the Tokugawa shogunate. After the Meiji Restoration, on February 1, 1889, a train station was opened in the center of rural Suntō District on what later became the Tōkaidō Main Line connecting Tokyo with Shizuoka. During the cadastral reform of April the same year, the area was reorganized into 24 villages. Originally called "Sano Station", the train station was renamed Susono Station in 1915. Susono Town was founded on April 4, 1952, through the merger of Koizumi and Izumi Villages. On September 30, 1956, Fukara Village merged with Susono Town, and on September 1, 1957, Tomioka and Suyama Villages also merged. Susono became a city on January 1, 1971. The design of the city flag represents the union of the original five villages.

    Economy

    Susono has a mixed economy. As an industrial city, it hosts several automobile or automotive components plants, including a plant owned by Toyota Motor Corporation and one by its subsidiary Kanto Auto Works. Mitsubishi Aluminum Corporation and Canon also have factories in the city. In April, 2007, the head office of Yazaki Corporation, an automotive components manufacturer, was moved from Yokohama to Susono.

    Agricultural products include Strawberries, bamboo shoots, and pork

    Education

    Susono has nine elementary, five middle and one high school (Shizuoka Prefectural Susono High School). In addition, there is also a private combined middle/high school.

    Railways

  • East Japan Railway Company - Gotemba Line
  • Susono, Nagaizumi-Nameri
  • Highways

  • Tōmei Expressway
  • Japan National Route 246
  • Japan National Route 469
  • Recreational facilities

  • The Mt. Fuji Museum
  • Fuji Safari Park
  • Yeti (ski resort)
  • Gurimpa (amusement park)
  • Chuchan Stock Farm
  • Healthy Park Susono
  • Campsites in Jurigi
  • Citizen Culture Center
  • Welfare Health Hall
  • Sports Park (baseball ground, tennis court, long roller slide, large grass area to play other sports)
  • Events held in Susono

  • JLPGA Stanley Ladies Golf Tournament
  • Mt. Fuji Japanese Apricot Festival
  • Mt. Fuji International Snowball Fight Contest
  • Susono Summer Festival
  • Mt. Fuji Walking Festival
  • Japanese/English Speech Contest
  • Sister City relations

  • - City of Frankston, Melbourne, Australia.
  • References

    Susono, Shizuoka Wikipedia


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