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Kamogawa, Chiba

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Kamogawa is a city located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. , the city had an estimated population of 31,722 in 14,558 households and a population density of 170 persons per km². The total area of the city is . The name of the city consists of two kanji characters: the first, kamo (鴨), meaning "duck", and the second, kawa (川), meaning "river". Geography Kamogawa is near the southeastern tip of the Bōsō Peninsula, facing the Pacific Ocean, about 50 km south of the prefectural capital, Chiba, and about 85 km from the capital of Japan, Tokyo. Kamogawa is home to Mount Atago, which at is the highest point in Chiba Prefecture. Mount Kiyosumi () is home to Seichō-ji. The Kamo River () empties into the Pacific Ocean at Kamogawa. Neighboring municipalities Chiba Prefecture *Futtsu *Kimitsu *Katsuura *Minamibōsō *Kyonan *Ōtaki Climate Kamogawa has a humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cfa) characterized by warm summers and cool winters with light to no sno
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