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The word "Kobe" can be used to refer to either the city proper or the Greater Kobe region. The city is also known by many epithets, such as: Kobe lies on a large delta with Tokyo Bay (Tokyo Wan) on one side and Osaka Bay (Osaka Wan) on another; both are arms of the Seto Inland Sea. Most of the urban area occupies a small plain running south/southeast from its mouth onto land reclaimed for agriculture and industry extending 45 km (28 mi). A narrow peninsula projecting eastwards divides Honshu Island into two bodies of water: Kita-ku, containing Port Island at its eastern tip, Iwaya Lagoon in between them; Minato-ku forms an arm that wraps around Port Island's northern shoreline before it joins Kita-ku at Akashi Strait.