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For other uses, see Ozu (disambiguation). Ōzu 大洲市 —  City  — Location of Ōzu in Ehime Country Japan Region Shikoku Prefecture Ehime Area  - Total 432.20 km2 (166.9 sq mi) Population (April 30, 2005)  - Total 52,118  - Density 120.59/km2 (312.3/sq mi) Time zone Japan Standard Time (UTC+9) Phone number (0893) 24-2111 Address 690-1 Ōzu, Ōzu-shi, Ehime-ken 795-8601 Website City of Ōzu Ōzu (大洲市, Ōzu-shi?) is a city located in Ehime, Japan. On January 11, 2005 Ōzu absorbed the towns of Hijikawa and Nagahama, and the village of Kawabe, all from Kita District, to form the new and expanded city of Ōzu. Ōzu Castle is a castle in Ōzu. It was the government office of the Ōzu Clan during the Edo period. The Keep was rebuilt in 2004. Municipal Timeline September 1, 1954 - The city was founded January 11, 2005 - Ōzu absorbed the towns of Hijikawa and Nagahame, and the village of Kawabe, all from Kita District, to form the new and expanded city of Ōzu. Gallery Rice paddies in Ōzu Downtown Ōzu as seen from atop Mount Tomisuyama Nagahama's famous drawbridge Ōzu Castle External links Media related to Ozu, Ehime at Wikimedia Commons Ōzu official website in Japanese v · d · eEhime Prefecture Cities Imabari | Iyo | Matsuyama (capital) | Niihama | Ōzu | Saijō | Seiyo | Shikokuchūō | Tōon | Uwajima | Yawatahama Iyo District Masaki | Tobe Kitauwa District Kihoku | Matsuno Nishiuwa District Ikata Kamiukena District Kumakōgen Minamiuwa District Ainan Ochi District Kamijima Kita District Uchiko This Ehime Prefecture location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e