Congress Report
Photo: Nara City Sightseeing Information Center, Kofuku-ji Temple
Photo taken by Tatehiko Yano
Tenri City

Head of City Government

Mr. Ken Namikawa, Mayor
Assumed the mayoralty in October 2017 (second term)

Location

Seal



Area

86.42 km2(2014)

Population

65,268 (as of April 2018)
Men:31,982 Women: 33,286

GDP

JPY 199.6 billion (FY2014)

Upper tier

Nara Prefecture

Geographical Features

Located in the north-central part of Nara Prefecture and the east- central part of the Nara Basin. The Meihan National Highway, which connects the Hanshin Area with Chukyo, and the Nishi Meihan Expressway run through the northernmost part of the city. To the south is the Keinawa Expressway, which runs toward Wakayama. In addition, with the JR Manyo Mahoroba line, which runs from north to south and the Kintetsu line, which runs west, Tenri is a key hub of transportation.

Main Industries

Manufacturing industry (Electronic parts、Foamed plastics)
Agriculture (Strawberries, Tomatoes, Spinach)

Special Products

Wooden religious objects, Local brewing, Sliding door handles, Flower charcoal, Mosquito netting

Symbols

City tree: Gingko
City flower: Japanese plum

Number of Visitors

Total 2,264,000 (2017)

Official website

http://www.city.tenri.nara.jp/


Sources: Information provided by Tenri City (including the official website) ; Official website of Nara Prefecture; 2017 Nara Prefecture Directory of Municipalities


(As of May, 2018)