Iga, also known as Iga-Ueno, is a city in , . Iga — or, more specifically, the town of Ueno within its borders — is best known as the birthplace of two famous people: haiku poet Matsuo Bashō, the author of Narrow Road to the Deep North, and ninja clan leader Hanzō Hattori, celebrated in fiction and found even in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill.

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  • Location: , , , ,
  • Population: 88,900
  • United Nations Location Code: JP GMA
  • Latitude: 34° 46' 6.8" (34.7686°) north
  • Longitude: 136° 7' 48.5" (136.1301°) east
  • Elevation: 155 meters (509 feet)
  • Neighbors: , , and
  • Wikidata: Iga
  • Wikimedia Commons: Iga, Mie

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French: Iga, German: Iga, Italian: Iga, Japanese: 伊賀, Japanese: 伊賀市, Portuguese: Iga, Spanish: Iga

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