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Place Onagawa

Onagawa is a town located in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. As of 30 April 2020, the town had an estimated population of 6,319, and a population density of 97 persons per km2 in 3,110 households. The total area of the town is 65.35 square kilometres .

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68.78km
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Atlas Obscura 2020
42.99km
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Place
53.7km
Sendai
Atlas Obscura 2017
113.21km
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Atlas Obscura 2019
56.33km
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34.45km
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