The Japanese addressing system is used to identify a specific location in Japan. In Japanese, addresses are written using the opposite convention from Western addresses, starting with the biggest geographical entities down to the more specific ones.
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... are with Romaji for people unable to read the Japanese ... The address of this block in Japanese is 愛媛県松山市桑原４丁目3 ...
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