Hokkaido - International Relations

International Relations

Hokkaido has relationships with several provinces, states, and other entities worldwide.

  • Alberta, Canada, since 1980
  • Heilongjiang, China, since 1980
  • Massachusetts, USA, since 1988
  • Sakhalin Oblast, Russia, since 1998
  • Busan, South Korea, since 2005
  • Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea, since 2006

As of July 2008, 73 individual municipalities in Hokkaido have sister city agreements with 111 cities in 19 different countries worldwide.

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