Ino (いの町, Ino-chō) is a town located in Agawa District, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. The town is famous for the production of Japanese paper (和紙, washi). On October 1, 2004 the village of Gohoku, also from Agawa District, and the village of Hongawa, from Tosa District, were merged into Ino, increasing its size by almost a factor of five.
Kochi was one of the 28 Indian cities among the emerging 440 global cities that will contribute 50% of the world GDP by the year 2025, in a 2011 study done by the McKinsey Global Institute. Kochi is known as the financial, commercial and industrial capital of Kerala.
In 1889, 12 villages combined to become what was called Nishimotoyama Village, which was renamed as Motoyama Village a year later. In 1910 the village was reclassified as a "town." Also in 1889, 13 other villages neighboring Motoyama combined to become Yoshino Village.
Nakatosa (中土佐町, Nakatosa-chō) is a town located in Takaoka District, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. On January 1, 2006 the village of Ōnomi, from Takaoka District, was merged into Nakatosa. As of March 31, 2017, Nakatosa has an estimated population of 7‚156 and a density of 37 persons per km². The total area is 193.19 km².
www.city.nankoku.lg.jp Nankoku (南国市, Nankoku-shi) is a city located in Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. Strong in the fishing industry and the market industry, Nankoku-shi supplies most of Kochi's agricultural needs, because of the amount of fields and plantations.
Otsuki, along with the coastline along Kochi prefecture, is close to the Nankai Trough, and experiences seismic activity related to the Nankai megathrust earthquakes. These earthquakes typically result in landslides, flooding, and tsunamis, in addition to damage from seismic activity.
Shimanto (四万十市, Shimanto-shi) is a city in southwestern Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. The modern city of Shimanto was established on April 10, 2005, from the merger of the city of Nakamura, and the village of Nishitosa (from Hata District). It is located on the Shimanto River.
Susaki (須崎市, Susaki-shi) is a city located in Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on October 1, 1954. As of March 31, 2017, the city has an estimated population of 22‚508, with 10‚986 households, and a population density of 170 persons per km².