Kishiwada

Kishiwada

Japan
      city, Ōsaka fu (urban prefecture), Honshu, Japan, facing Ōsaka Bay. The city developed around the castle founded by the Wada family in the 14th century. It passed into the possession of the Okabe daimyo family in the 17th century and became a major port by the early 1800s. Kishiwada's traditional industry of tile manufacture was supplemented after World War II by the lumber, textile, and metal industries. Local agricultural products include rice, onions, and flowers. Pop. (2005) 201,000.

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