Hagi is a city of some 50,000 inhabitants in Yamaguchi prefecture, Western Honshu, Japan.

The city is situated on the Abu River, and was famous in history for being a castle-fortified town of the Mori during the era of Tokugawa.

In modern times, Hagi's craftspeople are admired for their fine pottery and bamboo ware.

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