Akkeshi

Akkeshi is a town located in Kushiro Subprefecture, . As of July 31, 2021, it has a population of 8,922, and an area of 734.82 km². is a Ramsar Site.

Notable Places in the Area

Railway station
is a railway station on the "Hanasaki Line" section of the JR Hokkaido Nemuro Main Line. Photo: Mister0124, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Place of worship
Photo: Opqr, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Lake
Akkeshi-ko is a brackish lake near Akkeshi in , . is situated 4 km east of Akkeshi.

Akkeshi

Latitude
43.0518° or 43° 3' 6.6" north
Longitude
144.8477° or 144° 50' 51.7" east
Open Location Code
8RM63R2X+P3
Population
9,780
United Nations Location Code
JP AKE
Elevation
57 metres (187 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 381664441
Geo­Names ID
2130677
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: أكشي
  • Asturian; Bable: Akkeshi
  • Burmese: အက်ခဲရှိမြို့၊ ဟော့ကိုင်းဒိုး
  • Cebuano: Akkeshi-chō
  • Chinese: 厚岸町
  • Czech: Akkeši
  • Dutch: Akkeshi
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: اكشى
  • English: Akkeshi, Hokkaido
  • French: Akkeshi
  • German: Akkeshi
  • Italian: Akkeshi
  • Japanese: Akkeshi-chō
  • Japanese: あっけしちょう
  • Japanese: 厚岸
  • Japanese: 厚岸町
  • Korean: 앗케시정
  • Malay (generic): Akkeshi, Hokkaidō
  • Persian: اکشی، هوکایدو
  • Polish: Akkeshi-chō
  • Polish: Akkeshi
  • Portuguese: Akkeshi
  • Russian: Аккеси (посёлок)
  • Russian: Аккеси
  • Russian: Аккэси (посёлок)
  • Spanish: Akkeshi
  • Ukrainian: Аккесі (Хоккайдо)
  • Ukrainian: Аккесі, Хоккайдо
  • Ukrainian: Аккеші (Хоккайдо)
  • Ukrainian: Аккеші, Хоккайдо
  • Akkesi
  • Atsukeshi
  • Atukesi
  • Аккеші

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