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Hayama, Kanagawa

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Hayama
葉山町
Town
Hayama Town Hall
Hayama Town Hall
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Location of Hayama in Kanagawa Prefecture
Location of Hayama in Kanagawa Prefecture
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Country Japan
Region Kantō
Prefecture Kanagawa Prefecture
District Miura
Area
 • Total 17.06 km2 (6.59 sq mi)
Population (June 1, 2012)
 • Total 32,835
 • Density 1,920/km2 (5,000/sq mi)
Time zone Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)
- Tree Japanese Black Pine
- Flower Rhododendron
- Bird Japanese Bush-warbler
Phone number 046-876-1111
Address 2135 Horinouchi, Hayama-machi, Miura-gun, Kanagawa-ken
240-0192
Website Town of Hayama

Hayama (葉山町 Hayama-machi?) is a town located in Miura District, Kanagawa Prefecture, on central Honshū, Japan. As of June 2012, the town had an estimated population of 32,835 and a density of 1,920 per km². The total area was 17.06 km². Since 1894, the Japanese Imperial Family has maintained a residence in Hayama, the seaside Hayama Imperial Villa. [1]

Geography

Hayama is located at the northern end of Miura Peninsula, facing Sagami Bay on the Pacific Ocean. The area has a temperate maritime climate with short cool winters, and hot humid summers.

Surrounding municipalities

History

During the Edo period, all of eastern Sagami Province was tenryō territory under direct control of the Tokugawa shogunate, and administered by various hatamoto. During the cadastral reform of the early Meiji period in 1889, the area was reorganized into Hayama village through the merger of six hamlets. It was elevated to town status in 1925.

Economy

Despite its lack of rail connections, Hayama is now primarily a bedroom community for Tokyo and Yokohama, and due to its mild climate, a popular resort area with a marina. Agricultural produce includes shiitake mushrooms, and a brand of beef known as "Hayama-gyu".

Transportation

Hayama is served by Japan National Route 134 highway. The town has no rail service. Instead, people use Yokosuka Line Zushi Station or Keikyū Main Line Shin-Zushi Station, the nearest stations located at the next town.

Sister city relations

External links

References

  1. ^ "Hayama Imperial Villa". Imperial Family of Japan. 
  2. ^ "City of Holdfast Bay". 
  3. ^ "Holdfast Bay wants to save the whales". Guardian Messenger. 18 November 2009. Retrieved 18 November 2009. 

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