Kiyose


Kiyose
Kiyose (清瀬市)
Kiyose City Hall 20080223.jpg
Administration
Pays Japon
Région Kantō
Préfecture Tokyo
Code postal 〒204-8511
Site web Site officiel
Démographie
Population 74 176 hab. (2010)
Densité 7 279 hab./km2
Géographie
Coordonnées 35° 47′ 09″ Nord
       139° 31′ 35″ Est
/ 35.78583, 139.52639
Superficie 10,19 km2

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Japon

(Voir situation sur carte : Japon)
Kiyose

Kiyose (清瀬市, Kiyose-shi?) est une ville (市, shi) de la Préfecture de Tōkyō, au Japon. La ville a été fondée le 1er octobre 1970. La population de la ville est de 74 176 habitants pour une superficie de 10,19 km² (2006).

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