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The city is divided north to south by a river, spanned by three bridges: East and West Oogi (Japanese) Bridge, and the central Monzen (Japanese) Bridge.
- Yuna Kureha
- Hikaru Kirari
- Juri Oba
- Ao Kasane
- Mitsuru Inami
- Ranka Chizu (moved to Kamihama)
- Sakuya Suzuka (moved to Kamihama)
- The city's name is comprised of 二 ("two") and 木 (commonly meaning "tree", but can also refer to a wooden clapper used in theater or sumo to signal the closing of a play or fighting match).