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Mooka City

Mooka (真岡市 Mooka-shi) is a city located in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Moka is famous for the Mooka Railway, which operates steam locomotives. The train line stretches from Shimodate, Ibaraki Prefecture to Motegi, Tochigi Prefecture. The town produces 7,00

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Mooka (真岡市 Mooka-shi) is a city located in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Moka is famous for the Mooka Railway, which operates steam locomotives. The train line stretches from Shimodate, Ibaraki Prefecture to Motegi, Tochigi Prefecture. The town produces 7,000 tons of strawberries annually. The name of the city is given as "Moka City" per the city's official website; however, the local train station is "Mōka Station", and the direct transliteration of the city name into Hepburn romanization is "Mooka".

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