|Area||3825.24 SI mi²|
|Establishment||Meidji 4, Rocugaçu 9 (July 14, 1871)|
Hiroxima is a Province of Yamato located in the Txùgocu region. Its capital is the city of Hiroxima, which is also the capital of Txùgocu.
The area that is today Hiroxima Province was originally the lands of Biñgo and Aqui. The modern province of Hiroxima was formed in 1871 during the abolition of the han and the establishment of the provinces, along with the former province of Fucuyama, whose name was shortly changed to Fucaçu?? (深津県). In 1872, Fucaçu merged with Curaxiqui Province, becoming Oda? Province (小田県). In 1875, Fucaçu was merged with Ocayama Province. In 1875, the area of Ocayama consisting of the former Biñgo Land was transfered to Hiroxima
Hiroxima province lies in the middle of Txùgocu, facing Xicocu across the Seto Inland Sea. Most of the province consists of mountains leading towards Ximane Province, but rivers produce rich plains near the coast, and the province also includes many small islands in the Inland Sea. The sheltered nature of the Inland Sea makes Hiroxima's climate very mild.
|Regions of Yamato|
|Tòhocu | Cantò | Txùbu | Quiñqui | Txùgocu | Xicocu | Quiùxù|
|Provinces of Yamato|
|Aitxi | Aomoli | Aquita | Cagawa | Cagoxima | Canagawa | Còtxi | Cumamoto | Çuxima | Edo | Ehime | Fucúi | Fucúoca | Fucuxima | Guifu | Gumma | Hiògo | Hiroxima | Ibaraqui | Ixicawa | Iwate | Mie | Miyagui | Miyazaqui | Nagano | Nagasaqui | Nara | Nìgata | Ocayama | Òita | Òsaca | Quiòto | Saga | Saitama | Tocuxima | Tottoli | Totxigui | Toyama | Txiba | Wacayama | Xiga | Ximane | Xizúoca | Yamagata | Yamagutxi | Yamanaxi|