Tsu

Tsu is the capital city of , Japan. As of August 2015, the city had an estimated population of 279,304 and a population density of 393 persons per km2. The total area was 711.11 square kilometres.
Photo: Machmengeya, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Castle
was a Japanese castle located in Tsu, , . Photo: 663highland, CC BY 2.5.

Railway station
Station is a joint use railway station in , , operated by Central Japan Railway Company, Kintetsu and the Ise Railway. Photo: Rsa, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
opened on a new site in Tsu, , Japan, in 2014. Photo: Haretter, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Railway stop
is a railway station on the Nagoya Line in Tsu, Mie, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Kintetsu Railway. Photo: TOTOBIG, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tsu

Latitude
34.7342° or 34° 44' 3.1" north
Longitude
136.5153° or 136° 30' 55.2" east
Open Location Code
8Q6RPGM8+M4
Population
280,000
United Nations Location Code
JP TSU
Elevation
1 metre (3 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 623151602
Geo­Names ID
1849796
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Tsu, Mie
  • Arabic: تسو
  • Arabic: تسو، ميه
  • Armenian: Ցու
  • Asturian: Tsu
  • Azerbaijani: Tsu
  • Basque: Tsu
  • Belarusian: Цу
  • Bengali: তঁসু
  • Bulgarian: Цу
  • Catalan: Tsu
  • Cebuano: Tsu-shi (kapital sa prepektura)
  • Cebuano: Tsu-shi
  • Chechen: Цу
  • Chinese: Tu-chhī
  • Chinese: 津市
  • Czech: Cu (Mie)
  • Czech: Cu
  • Danish: Tsu
  • Dutch: Tsu
  • English: Tsu, Mie
  • English: Tu
  • Esperanto: Tsu
  • Estonian: Tsu
  • Faroese: Tsu
  • Finnish: Tsu
  • French: Tsu
  • Galician: Tsu
  • German: Tsu
  • Greek: Τσού
  • Gujarati: ત્સુ
  • Hakka Chinese: Tsu-sṳ
  • Hausa: Tsu-sṳ
  • Hebrew: צו
  • Hindi: त्सु
  • Indonesian: Tsu
  • Italian: Tsu
  • Japanese: Tu si
  • Japanese:
  • Japanese: つし
  • Japanese:
  • Japanese: ツシ
  • Japanese:
  • Japanese: 津市
  • Kalaallisut: Tsu
  • Kannada: ಟ್ಸು
  • Korean:
  • Korean: 쓰 시
  • Korean: 쓰시
  • Latvian: Tsu
  • Literary Chinese: 津市
  • Lithuanian: Cu (Mijė)
  • Lithuanian: Cu
  • Macedo-Romanian: Tsu
  • Malay: Tsu, Mie
  • Malay: Tsu
  • Marathi: त्सु
  • Mazanderani: تسو، میه
  • Min Nan Chinese: Tsu-chhī
  • Min Nan Chinese: Tu-chhī
  • Norwegian: Tsu
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Tsu
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Tsu
  • Persian: تسو، میه
  • Polish: Tsu
  • Portuguese: Tsu
  • Romanian: Tsu
  • Russian: Миэ Цу
  • Russian: Цу, Миэ
  • Russian: Цу
  • Russian: Цу Миэ
  • Scots: Tsu, Mie
  • Scots: Tsu
  • Serbian: Cu
  • Serbian: Цу
  • Serbian: 津市
  • Sinhala: ට්සු
  • Slovenian: Tsu
  • South Azerbaijani: تسو، میه
  • Spanish: Tsu
  • Spanish: Tsu Mie
  • Swahili: Tsu
  • Swedish: Tsu
  • Tagalog: Tsu, Mie
  • Tagalog: Tsu
  • Tajik: Tsu
  • Tajik: Тсу
  • Tamil: ட்சு
  • Tatar: Тсу
  • Tatar: Цу
  • Telugu: స్తు
  • Thai: ทซึ
  • Thai: สึ
  • Turkish: Tsu
  • Ukrainian: Цу
  • Urdu: تسو
  • Vietnamese: Tsu
  • Waray (Philippines): Tsu
  • Welsh: Tsu
  • Yue Chinese: 津市
  • Tsushi

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