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All About Geisei

Geisei Village is home to about 4,200 people, and is a part of Kochi prefecture, on the island of Shikoku.

Geisei Village was formed in 1954 when the villages of Wajiki, Umanoue and Nishibun incorperated. Because this area was the westernmost point in Aki county, it took the name Geisei. (The second character is that of "west.") To the south of Geisei is Tosa Bay, to the north are mountains, and the east and west are closed in by tableland. Both the people and the weather are warm, making Geisei a nice place to live.

The landscape of Geisei is filled with greenhouses where prized eggplants, peppers, flowers and Japanese ginger are grown.

The symbols of Geisei are:


The Azalea




The Japanese White-eye




The Black Pine


All images were stolen from google.
Thank you whoever took them!



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