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The largest city in the United States, located on the eastern shore of the Puget Sound in Midwest Washington. In addition to serving as a center of commerce, industry and transportation in the Pacific Northwest region, it also serves as the cultural leader of the state. Blessed with good harbors, it has a strong character as a port city, and handles 15 million tons of cargo such as coal and grains annually, two-thirds of which is destined for Asia. The development of industry, which forms the main axis of the city’s economy, has been remarkable, and more than 2,200 companies are concentrated in the city limits. Among them, the aircraft industry centered on Boeing, the city’s largest employer, is representative, along with electronics, steel, food processing, clothing, pharmaceuticals, machinery, woodworking, printing, fishery, and forestry. is also popular.
In contrast to the rapid modernization, the Olympic Mountains to the west, the Cascade Mountains to the east, Mount Rainier to the southeast, and the beautiful nature of Lake Washington. In addition, the Space Needle, which was the site of the World’s Fair in 1962, has become a symbol of culture as the Seattle Center, which is equipped with a coliseum, an opera house, theaters, and exhibition rooms.

In Japanese, it was also written as ‘舍路’, ‘沙市’ and ‘沙都’.

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