Obu (大 府 市) is a Japanese city located in the province of Aichi, with a population of 92.625 inhabitants, including about 2.150 foreign citizens and 380 Brazilians, 52 Peru, 4 Bolivians, 14 Americans, 469 Chinese, 627 Vietnam, 387 Philippines, 231 Koreans, 18 Sri Lanka, 206 Indonesia, 71 Nepal, 8 India, (data town hall 2.020).
The village of Obu was founded in the district of Chita em October 1889 with the establishment of the modern municipal system. In May from 1906, Obu annexed the neighboring villages of Yoshida, Kyowa, Kitasaka, Yokote, Nagagusa and part of the village of Morioka. The total area of the city is 33.66 square kilometers and received city status on 1 September of 1970.
The city has a climate characterized by hot, humid summers and relatively mild winters. September it is considered the wettest month. Temperatures are higher in August around 28 ° C, and lower in January around 4 ° C.
Obu Midori Park (Green Park in the city of Obu), a park with various playground equipment, sports activities for children, hiking trail or Cooper, a great place to relax and have a picnic and 31 barbecue areas.