Seki (Japanese关 市, -shi, literally: border station, barrier ) is a town in the Japanese prefecture of Gifu.
The city of Seki was founded on 15 October 1950.
Seki is located northeast of Gifu and north of Nagoya.
The river Nagara flows through the city from north to south.
The city lies on the Tōkai - Hokuriku Expressway and the National Roads 156, 248 and 418
Adjacent Cities and Towns
Seki is adjacent to Gifu, Mino, Minokamo, Gujo, Gero, Inuyama, Yamagata, Motosu and Ōno.