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Kizugawa (木津川市) is a city in southern Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on March 12, 2007 by the merger of the towns of Kamo, Kizu and Yamashiro, all from Sōraku District. It is the southernmost city in the prefecture. The town is named after the Kizu River, a tributary of the Yodo, which runs through the city. Kuni-kyō (恭仁京), was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace (恭仁宮) built in present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by order of Emperor Shōmu.
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Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Asia
Subcategory Detail:Japan
Keywords:Buddhism, Japan, Jindo-ji Temple, Jurin-ji Temple, Kanbara shrine, Kaniman-ji temple, Kizugawa-shi, Kyoto, Shinto, Tenjin shrine, Wakide no Miya, Wazen-ji Temple, 十輪寺, 和泉寺, 天神神社, 木津川市, 湧出宮, 神童寺, 綺原神社, 蟹満寺