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Company Summary

Toyama City is located in the center of Toyama Prefecture with a population of approximately 410,000 and is one of the leading core cities on the Sea of Japan, where manufacturing industries such as pharmaceuticals and machinery are thriving.
Toyama is one of the largest cities in Japan, covering an area of approximately 1,200 ㎢, and boasts a diverse topography rich in nature, from Toyama Bay, a "treasure trove of seafood" with a depth of 1,000m, to the Tateyama Mountain range of the 3,000m-class Northern Alps, and is blessed with a vast forest area and some of the best hydroelectric resources in Japan.