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Omiya

 

a city on Honshu, Japan, in Saitama Prefecture. Population, 282,000 (1971). An important transportation junction north of Tokyo, Omiya produces rail-transport equipment and machine tools. It is the site of the Shinto Hikawa shrine.

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Former Urawa Mayor Soichi Aikawa won Sunday's first mayoral election of the city of Saitama, created May 1 through a merger of the cities of Urawa, Omiya and Yono in Saitama Prefecture, north of Tokyo, beating seven other candidates.
Saitama City became Japan's latest metropolis on Tuesday and the capital of Saitama Prefecture, located north of Tokyo, in a merger of the cities of Urawa, Omiya and Yono.
At JR Omiya station in Saitama Prefecture, a 200 series train, one that has been running since the start of the service, is featured as the day's special service to Niigata.
A merger of the cities of Urawa, Omiya and Yono in Saitama Prefecture, north of Tokyo, will give birth Tuesday to the city of Saitama, with a population of about 1.03 million.