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Nobeoka is a city located in the north of Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan.As of the December 1, 2013 the city has an estimated population of 128,187 and a population density of 147.68 persons per km². The total area is 867.97 km².HistoryThe city was officially founded on February 11, 1933 after it gained city status. During World War II it was one of the most important centers of military explosives in Japan. On the night of June 28-29th, 1945, 117 United States B-29s fire-bombed the city destroying 1.35 square km, or 36% of the city. On July 16, 1945, 33 US B-24s bombed the bridges in around the city, severing the strategically important Nippō Main Line railway.On February 20, 2006, Nobeoka absorbed the towns of Kitakata and Kitaura (both from Higashiusuki District).On March 31, 2007, the town of Kitagawa (also from Higashiusuki District) was also merged into Nobeoka.ClimateNobeoka has a humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa), which is hot and humid in the summer (above 30°C) and is somewhat cold in the winter with temperatures dropping to around freezing (0°C). Snowfall can be seen in the winter months, but does not accumulate because of coastal warming effects.
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