Living in Niigata
Niigata Prefecture lies on the coast of the Sea of Japan, and has a population of 2,371,674. Niigata's economy centers on agriculture, the most predominant produce of which is rice, as well as rice related products such as sake and mochi. Every year, many music fans travel to Niigata to attend the Fuji Rock Festival, one of the largest music festivals in Japan, which hosts world famous musicians and audiences numbering in the thousands. Niigata also has many popular ski resorts and onsen, such as the Akakura Kanko Resort and Myoko Onsen, both located in the Joetsu region, just to name just a few.
27˚ Mostly Cloudy
Feels Like: 30˚ Low: 23˚ High: 28˚
Possible light rain tomorrow morning.
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