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Wakayama Prefecture is located on the western side of the Kii Peninsula, and faces both the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific Ocean. Wakayama is known for Mount Koya, a famous area that has been registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The climate in Wakayama varies according to the effects of the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific Ocean. International students that come to study in Wakayama will be able to spend comfortable days among its warm ocean breezes. Wakayama is also well-known as the second home of many immigrants to Japan who have built strong ties between Wakayama and their home countries. This also means, of course, that there are many international students studying in Wakayama. Transportation is also convenient in Wakayama, with trains that can take you to Osaka and ferries going out towards Tokushima.
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