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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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