- Shirone, Niigata
2003, the city had an estimated populationof 39,966 and density of 518.63 persons per km². The total area was 77.06 km².
The city was founded on
June 1, 1959. In March 2005, Shirone merged with Niigata Cityand ceased to exist. The area is now part of Minami-ku ward.
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