Kimitsu (君ζ΄₯εΈ‚)Β is a city in Chiba Prefecture, Japan, with a population of approximately 83,058 as of November 2020. Covering 318.83 square kilometers, it is located in the southwestern part of the prefecture, featuring a mix of industrial zones along Tokyo Bay and mountainous areas inland. The city is known for its significant steel industry, particularly the large-scale Nippon Steel Kimitsu Works. Kimitsu also includes cultural and historical sites such as Kururi Castle and scenic areas like Kameyama Dam. It serves as a regional hub for transportation and industry.

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Districts and Postal Codes in Kimitsu

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District Postal Code
Aoyagi γ€’292-0454
Atago γ€’292-0445
Izumi γ€’299-1112
Ichijuku γ€’292-1153
Itogawa γ€’292-1145
Imokubo γ€’292-0433
Iwade γ€’292-0442
Uehata γ€’292-1166
Uchiminowa γ€’299-1175
Urata γ€’292-0432
Oi γ€’299-1103
Oido γ€’292-1146
Oiwa γ€’292-1173
Otomi γ€’292-0512
Otomi Kyunadono γ€’292-0514
Onadai γ€’292-1151
Oyamano γ€’299-1123
Owashi γ€’299-1102
Owashi Shinden γ€’299-1101
Owada γ€’299-1146
Ogisaku γ€’292-1156
Okugome γ€’292-1175
Osaka γ€’292-0511
Obitsudai γ€’292-0412
Orikisawa γ€’292-0533
Kaefuchi γ€’292-0404
Kagihara γ€’292-0527
Kazusa Koito γ€’292-1149
Kanamori γ€’292-0513
Kanōzan γ€’292-1155
Kamadaki γ€’292-1158
Kami γ€’299-1107
Kaminitta γ€’292-0452
Kamiyue γ€’299-1138
Kamō γ€’292-0535
Kawamata γ€’292-0524
Kawayatsu γ€’292-0415
Kita Kubo γ€’299-1164
Kita Koyasu γ€’299-1161
Kimitsu γ€’299-1141
Kimitsudai γ€’299-1143
Gyōma γ€’292-1148
Kiwadahata γ€’292-0537
Kusagawara γ€’292-0525
Kubo γ€’299-1152
Kuradama γ€’292-0536
Kuritsubo γ€’292-0435
Kururi γ€’292-0422
Kururiichiba γ€’292-0421
Kururi Oyatsu γ€’292-0414
Kururi Owada γ€’292-0423
Koichibu γ€’292-0416
Koito Oyatsu γ€’292-1142
Kōsaka γ€’299-1165
Kori γ€’299-1127
Koyamano γ€’299-1126
Sakada γ€’299-1142
Sakahata γ€’292-0532
Sasa γ€’292-0526
Sadamoto γ€’299-1133
Sarahiki γ€’299-1116
Sanda γ€’292-0403
Shimidō γ€’299-1136
Shimoyue γ€’299-1131
Shukubara γ€’292-1176
Shōkō γ€’299-1137
Shirokoma γ€’299-1105
Sueyoshi γ€’292-0451
Sugiyatsu γ€’299-1135
Seiwaichiba γ€’292-1154
Sogyu γ€’299-1114
Sotominowa γ€’299-1173
Dai γ€’299-1153
Dainaka γ€’292-0522
Takamizu γ€’292-0516
Takihara γ€’292-0534
Tabina γ€’292-1178
Tawarada γ€’292-0455
Tsukahara γ€’292-1147
Tsukuriki γ€’299-1124
Tsujimori γ€’292-1172
Terazawa γ€’292-0443
Tokoshiro γ€’299-1121
Tozaki γ€’292-0441
Tone γ€’292-0521
Tomida γ€’292-0444
Toyoda γ€’292-0523
Toyofusa γ€’292-1179
Nakajima γ€’299-1106
Nakatomi γ€’299-1132
Nakano γ€’299-1151
Nagashi γ€’292-1143
Nishi Awagura γ€’292-1168
Nishi Inohara γ€’292-1162
Nishi Sakada γ€’299-1145
Nishi Bara γ€’292-0402
Nishi Hikasa γ€’292-1165
Nittone γ€’292-1152
Nukata γ€’299-1104
Nukata Tobichi γ€’292-1140
Nutazawa γ€’292-1177
Nuda γ€’292-0431
Nemoto γ€’292-1141
Neriki γ€’299-1108
Hasegawa γ€’292-0411
Hamago γ€’299-1122
Higashi Awagura γ€’292-1163
Higashi Inohara γ€’292-1161
Higashi Sakada γ€’299-1144
Higashi Hikasa γ€’292-1164
Bisha γ€’299-1113
Hitomi γ€’299-1147
Hiratta γ€’292-1167
Hirayama γ€’292-0502
Hiroka γ€’292-0503
Fukuoka γ€’292-1157
Fujibayashi γ€’292-0531
Futairi γ€’292-1171
Hōgi γ€’292-1144
Hōgisaku γ€’299-1174
Masaki γ€’292-1174
Manobori γ€’299-1115
Minami Kubo γ€’299-1154
Minami Koyasu γ€’299-1162
Minō γ€’299-1172
Minowa γ€’292-0453
Miyanoshita γ€’299-1117
Mukaigō γ€’292-0434
Mute γ€’299-1111
Mokushi γ€’299-1163
Yaehara γ€’299-1171
Yanashiro γ€’292-0515
Yamatakahara γ€’299-1125
Yamatakino γ€’292-0501
Yamamoto γ€’292-0401
Yawata γ€’299-1134
Yōkōdai γ€’299-1166
Yoshino γ€’292-0413

Start with the postal code, the prefecture, the city, the district, and then the number of the block and housing unit. Then end with the person’s name.
Here’s an example of how to write a Japanese address in English.
Ginza, Chuo-ku
Mr. Taro Tanaka

For more information on how to write a Japanese address, see this article.

To type the Japanese postal code, first type the character code '3012.' Then press ALT + X and Japan's postal code symbol will appear.

To obtain an address in Kimitsu for receiving mail, sign up for a virtual address service like MailMate. MailMate provides you with a mailing address for receiving Japanese mail and packages. MailMate can also be used for company registration in Kimitsu, along with mail handling for Japanese properties (e.g., akiya, Airbnb, minpaku, etc.)

There are two types of PO boxes available in Kimitsu. The first type of PO box is provided by Kimitsu Post and is only available for individuals with a daily volume of mail. The second type of PO box is provided by private services with no limits on daily mail volume. Learn more about how to open a PO box in Japan.

Japan Post offers Standard Mail for regular letters and small parcels, typically delivered in 2-3 days. Express Mail speeds this up to 1-2 days. Registered Mail adds tracking and insurance, requiring a signature on delivery. Yu-Pack handles larger parcels with tracking and insurance, delivered in 1-3 days. Letter Pack provides flat-rate options for documents and small items, with tracking available. EMS is for international express delivery, offering fast service to over 120 countries. Non-Standard Mail covers items exceeding standard size and weight limits. Private couriers like Yamato Transport's Takkyubin offer domestic and international parcel delivery with tracking. Sagawa Express provides similar services, including same-day delivery and refrigerated shipping. International couriers like DHL, FedEx, and UPS offer express delivery with tracking and insurance. Specialized services include Cool TA-Q-BIN for refrigerated items, Yu-Mail for books and CDs, and Smart Letter for small documents. These options cover varying needs for speed, cost, and security. For more information on international shipping options, check out this article.

To send mail or packages from Kimitsu to your home country using Japan Post, costs vary based on the service type and parcel weight. For Airmail, rates range from Β₯2,050 for a 1kg parcel to Β₯64,850 for a 30kg parcel. Surface Mail is cheaper, starting at Β₯1,800 for a 1kg parcel to Β₯21,000 for a 30kg parcel, but it takes longer. Factors affecting costs include weight, distance, and chosen service. Discounted rates are available for bulk shipments. For detailed rates and more information, visit the article here.

For sending mail and packages from Kimitsu via Japan Post, the weight limit is 30 kg for most services. The size restrictions include a maximum combined length and girth of 3 meters (300 cm). For smaller parcels, the combined length and girth should not exceed 2 meters (200 cm). Specific dimensions and weight limits may vary depending on the service chosen (Airmail, Surface Mail, etc.). For detailed information, refer to the article here.

To print an international parcel label for Japan Post, start by creating an account on Japan Post's International Mail My Page Service. Register both sender and recipient information, then select the desired shipping service, such as EMS or Airmail. Input the shipment details, including content description, shipping date, and parcel weight. After reviewing and confirming all entered information, use the provided printer icon to print the label. For more details, refer to this article.