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Sumida, Tokyo

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is a special ward in the Tokyo Metropolis in Japan. The English translation of its Japanese self-designation is Sumida City. As of 1 March 2023, the ward has an estimated population of 277,058 and a population density of 20,120 persons per km2. Its total area is 13.77 km2. Sumida's city office is located in Azumabashi, while its commercial centre is the area around Kinshicho Station in the south. Geography Sumida is in the north-eastern part of the mainland portion of Tokyo. The Sumida and Arakawa are the major rivers, and form parts of its boundaries. Its neighbors are all special wards: Adachi to the north; Arakawa to the northwest; Katsushika to the east; Edogawa to the southeast; Taitō to the west; Chūō to the southwest; and Kōtō to the south. Landmarks *Tokyo Skytree: A digital terrestrial television broadcasting tower used by NHK and other broadcasters. It is the tallest tower in the world and the tallest man-made structure in Japan. The commercial fa
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