Living in Toyama
Toyama Prefecture is located in the Hokuriku region of Japan, with a northern coast that fronts the Sea of Japan. The population of Toyama Prefecture is just above 1.1 million with the prefecture having the fewest municipalities in all of Japan. Toyama Prefecture manufactures a substantial portion of Japan's pharmaceuticals as well as many small mechanical parts. Toyama Prefecture also produces some of the highest quality rice in Japan. A group of well-preserved gassho-zukuri houses that date back more than 300 years are located in Gokayama, an area of Nanto City. One of the only glaciers in East Asia outside of Russia is located in Toyama Prefecture.
26˚ Possible Light Rain and Humid
Feels Like: 28˚ Low: 22˚ High: 26˚
Heavy rain and humid throughout the day.
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