Gunma (Gunma) is a province of Japan located in the Kanto region of Honshu, famous for its many high quality and beautiful hot springs mountains. Maebashi is the capital and Takasaki is the largest city in Gunma Prefecture. And it is one of eight landlocked provinces.
Gunma has a population of 1.969.459 inhabitants, including about 60.036 foreign citizens, of which approximately 12.637 Brazilians, 4.623 Peruvians, 159 Argentines, 511 Americans, 7.969 Chinese, 2.485 Koreans, 9.836 Vietnam, 7.790 Philippines, 2.888 Nepal, 2.014 Indonesia, 1.160 Thailand, 1.062 Pakistan, 930 Sri Lanka, 788 India, 538 Bolivians, and others (data town hall.
In the past, Gunma and Tochigi was known as the Kenu province. Subsequently, it was divided into Gunma-ken and Tochigi-ken. For most of Japanese history, Gunma was known as the Kozuke province.
In April 2012, 14% of the province's total area was designated as Natural Parks. The highest mountains in Gunma are Mount Akagi, Haruna, Myogi, Nikko-Shirane and Asama, which is on the border with Nagano. The first three are known as the Three Jomo Mountains, and the biggest Rivers are Tone, Agatsuma and Karasu.