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27 people including elementary school students in Mie are infected with the new corona At Kuwana Elementary School, 33 children are inspected

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In Kuwana City, one child attending an elementary school in the city has been confirmed to be infected, and 1 children and 33 faculty members who are believed to have been in contact will be inspected.

Mie Prefecture announced on the 22rd that 50 men and women from elementary school to 27s were newly infected with the new coronavirus. ... → Continue reading

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Kuwana City

Kuwana City(No Kuwana)Mie OfNorthに 位置 す るCity.


In Ise BaySedimentary plain OfIse plainとKiso MikawabyAlluvial plain OfNobi PlainA city on the border of.AichiとGifuIs in contact withNagoya cityIt is located within 25km from.Nagoya cityBed townResidential land development is progressing.Intangible cultural propertyToIshitori Festival,CraneHow to fold "Kuwana's thousand paper cranes"and so on.

2004(Heisei16 years)May 12Kuwana City,KuwanaNagashima,Tado Town3 municipalitiesmergerIt is a city that was born by (equal merger).

蛤(Clam) Represented by cookingFood culture:HaveNagashima Spa Land,Tado Taisha,Rokkaen,Tokaido OfHanding over ShichiriOne of the best in Mie prefecture, blessed with abundant tourism resourcesTourist cityIs[1], Mainly for machinery and metalIndustrial cityBut also [2].


Located in the northern part of Mie prefecture.Kiso Mikawa(Kiso River,Nagara River,Ibigawa) At the mouth of the river, in the northwestYoro Mountains, In the southeastIse bayThere is.Ise Shrine"One oftoriiIs installed, etc.Ise countryPositioned as the eastern gateway to.Due to its geographical conditionsEdo PeriodIs one of the best on the TokaidoPost town,castle town,Port townFlourished as.

Adjacent municipalities

Main terrain

  • Kiso River
  • Nagara River
    • Nagashima River, Niikawa (prefectural management)
  • Ibigawa
    • Shinbori River, Mt. Ooyama Tagawa, Sawakita River, Higashikawa, Ryuishi River, Sunagawa, Niida River, Tado River, Jiangchuan (prefectural management)
    • Yamae River (city management)
  • Inabengawa(Machiya River)
    • Sanko River, Benten River, Karei River (prefectural management)
    • Sasagai River, Renkaji River (city management)
  • (Heguriike)


Pacific climateIn general, the climate is mild and there are many hours of sunshine.Summer: Is very hot and humid, and it is not uncommon for the maximum temperature to exceed 38 ° C.Also,Tropical nightThere are many days when it becomes.Winter:There are many dry and sunny days, but it becomes a strong winter type pressure distribution and from the direction of ShigaSuzuka MountainsHeavy snow may occur when snow clouds flow over the area.

  • Temperature-Maximum 39.8 ° C (August 2018, 8), Minimum -3 ° C (February 6.4, 1999)
  • Maximum precipitation-358 mm (September 2000, 9)
  • Maximum instantaneous wind speed-23.5 meters (September 2009, 10)
  • Maximum number of summer days-145 days (2004)
  • Most summer days-81 days (2010)
  • Most hot days-24 days (2010)
  • Most tropical nights-51 days (2010)
  • Maximum number of winter days-50 days (1981)
Kuwana climate
Highest temperature record ° C (° F)16.5
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F)8.9
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F)0.9
Minimum temperature record ° C (° F)−5.3
Precipitation amount mm (inch)49.4
Average days of precipitation (≥1.0 mm)6.57.410.09.610.912.812.28.511.
Average monthlyDaylight hours141.3144.3177.7192.3188.8152.0173.8216.0161.4159.4148.9148.52,004.4
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency


  • Ritual systemWhen the country and county were established by Kuwana, most of KuwanaIse countryKuwanaIn (Kuwana no Koori), the Nanawa district and the Kume district belonged to Inabe-gun.
  • Heian periodMore mainly京都The supplies that were produced in and aroundOwariEasternTokaidoAs a relay base for selling to countries, and collecting supplies produced in eastern JapanOmiProspered as a relay base to send to Kyoto via[3][4][5].
  • From Tado TownFuruseto,Tokoname ware OfUrnHas been excavated from the late Heian period to the Kamakura, Muromachi, and Momoyama periods.OwariIt is clear that it was imported from.
  • KuwanaHonshu OfThe Pacific OceanOn the sideUpper cultureIt was the easternmost part of the area (Kyoto cultural area), and was also the point of contact with the eastern Japanese cultural area east of Owari.
  • Muromachi PeriodBy the merchantsFree cityIs formed,Sakai,Hakata,OminatoOne of the best in JapanPort cityProspered as a center of commerce and shippingJuraku no TsuWas called.
  • The main pass of the Suzuka Mountains that crosses from Kuwana to Kyoto and Omi is from the north.Kurakake Pass・ ・Ishigure Pass-Happu Pass・ ・Anraku Passand so on.Above allKomono TownFrom Chikusa, crossing the Nenohira Pass, the presentShigaHigashiomi CityEigenji TownTo KozuhataChikusa Highway"Over a thousand species" from Tabika, Komono-cho, over the Happu Pass, to Yuzurio, Eigenji-choHappu Kaido"Happu crossing" was often used.
  • "Happu Crossing" is from Kuwana and OmiYokaichi-Omi HachimanIt was an important trade route connecting the two, but in OmiTokuchinhoHonai Merchant (Four merchants) (OmiGamo-gunA merchant in various towns such as Imahori, Jagizo, Nakano, and Ima-Ike in Honai,Suzuka MountainsYamakoshi merchants) monopolized commerce.Eiroku2-3 years (1559-1560), According to the "Honai Merchant Declaration Draft", there is a record that the Honai merchant (four merchants) was granted the exclusive right to distribute both passes from Happu and over XNUMX kinds, and paid the service in return. ..
  • Honai merchants (four merchants) use Kuwana to produce products from the Tokai region (mainly hemp 苧, paper, cotton, earthenware, salt, oil grass, young cloth, birds, seaweed, arame, fish, Ise cloth, etc.) Purchased and sold in Omi and Kyoto.From Omi, in addition to supplies produced in and around Kyoto,Bare woodMountain items such as trays, bowls, songs, charcoal, and hemp are carried to Kuwana.Ise bayThroughOwariIt was sent to the Tokaido countries east of the east and sold.
  • Sengoku periodIn NagashimaShrineCentered aroundIkko SectA major base was formed, and autonomy was carried out by the Ikko sect, but eventually Owari'sOda NobunagaAnd the war began to occur.
  • 1570(Former turtleFrom the first year)1574(TenshoOver 2 years)Nagashima Ikko IkkoHowever, it was suppressed by Nobunaga's army and the dominion collapsed.
  • 1571(Genki 2nd year) May-Received the order of Nobunaga Oda during the Sieges of NagashimaOgaki CastlemainUjiie NaotomoByTado TaishaMain shrine and Setsumatsusha, Shinto shrine, old records, Tado ShrineJinguji TempleThe temples, towers, and temples of the Hounji Temple (Shingon Buddhism), which were more than XNUMX, were all burned down and burned down.
  • 1580(Tensho 8) --Oda Nobunaga's vassalKazuyasu TakigawaWhen he invaded Kita Ise from Owari, he had XNUMX children's houses and about XNUMX monks.Holy TempleMany temples such as Asuka-dera and Asuka-dera were burned down and disappeared.
  • Edo PeriodToKuwana Domain11 stonescastle town,andFifty-three Stations of the TokaidoKnown forTokaido42 thYado Station-KuwanaFlourished as.Miyajuku(Nagoya cityAtsuta)Handing over ShichiriIs famous.BakumatsuIsSamuraiThe so-called core of the schoolOne meeting mulberry administration(Yoshinobu Tokugawa,Aizu Domain, Kuwana Domain) became one of the bases.
  • 1753(Horeki XNUMXrd year) -For hydraulic workEdo Shogunate TheOutside OfSatsuma DomainAgainstHelpThe construction started in February of the following year.So-calledHoly calendar flood controlIs.Construction1755It ended in (Horeki XNUMXth year), but the general magistrateHirataWas harassed for the many casualties and the huge budget overruns.
  • Kuwana was one of the best breadbaskets in Japan because it is located at the mouth of the Kiso Three Rivers.Ise plainとNobi PlainBecame an accumulation area of ​​rice fromEdo PeriodTenmei 4th year (1784From)Rice marketThe business of rice began and it prospered as a rice town.In addition, Meiji 27 (1894) The Kuwana Rice Exchange was opened on December 12, 29.1931) The US market was traded for 12 years until the site closed in December.At that time, more than 37 middlemen were lined up around the exchange, and flag semaphores were used to communicate the market price, and Tadosan was used as a relay station to inform Nagoya of price movements.At that time, Osaka was another major rice exchange in Japan.Dojima,TokyoEggshell Town, ShimonosekiAkamasekiKuwana is the only place in the country that opens the market in the evening and is called "Kuwana's Evening Market". I was told.
  • Meiji EraTo become andAbandoned DomainBy the Kuwana DomainKuwana Prefecture,Nagashima domainBecame Changdao County.After that, due to a merger with a neighboring prefectureAnazu Prefecture(Later Mie Prefecture) was established and became a part of it.

History since modern times

  • 1888(21th year of Meiji)- YokkaichiToKansai RailwayWas established.Kiso MikawaBridge construction started.
  • 1894(Meiji 27) July 7-Kansai Railway opens between Yokkaichi and Kuwana temporary stops.Tokaido Main Line OfKusatsu StationAre connected.
  • 1895(Meiji 28 years) May 5-Kansai Railway Kuwana temporary stop ⇔ Kuwana stretched. Opening between Nagoya and Maegasu (Yatomi).
  • 1895(Meiji 28) November 11-Kansai Railway Kuwana ⇔ Maesu (Yatomi) opened between. For the first time, it became possible to move to Aichi Prefecture by land.
  • 1929(Showa 4) July 1- Ise Electric Railway(CurrentKinki Nippon Railway) Opens Yokkaichi ⇔ Kuwana.
  • 1933(Showa 8) November 11-Present-day Nagashima Town, Kuwana City ⇔ Aichi PrefectureYatomi CityBetweenKiso RiverToOwari OhashiOpened and started operation.
  • 1934(Showa 9)-Between the current Kushima City Nagashima Town ⇔ Kuwana City CenterNagara RiverとIbigawaToIse OhashiOpened and started operation. As a result, it became possible to travel to Aichi Prefecture on foot or by car.
  • 1938(Showa 13) July 6- Kansai Express Electric Railway(Current Kintetsu Line) opens between Kuwana and Nagoya.
  • 1945(昭和20年)1月31日、3月11日、5月17日、7月17日、7月24日 - Kuwana air raidThere,U.S. Forces OfB-29bybombingIn response, about 90% of the city area was burnt down.
  • 1959(Showa 34) July 9- Isewan TyphoonAs a result, many lives and houses were lost, causing enormous damage.Almost all of Nagashima Town is submerged and causes many casualties.
  • 1963(Showa 38) --In Nagashima TownOtani Natural Gas Natural gasBecause a hot spring sprang up during the exploration ofNagashima hot springCan be done.
  • 2011(23) --Ordered by the cityPublic worksA few staff members of the cityAuction bid obstruction crimeArrested at.In addition, taking this opportunity, to Mayor MizutanirecallBilling began, and in December of the same year, a draft ordinance to halve the mayor's monthly salary was passed.

Changes in administrative areas

  • 1889(Meiji22 years)May 4 - Municipal systemBy enforcement ofKuwanaKuwana Castle (Kuwana Sannomaru, Kuwana Yoshinomaru, Kuwana Uchibori, Kuwana Moto Akasuka, Kuwana Iga Town, Kuwana Sotobori, Kuwana Hachiman Town, Kuwana Yanagihara, Kuwana Shinyashiki, Kuwana Isshiki Town, Kuwana Yatagawara, Kuwana Shinchi, Kuwana Funama Town, Kuwana Honmachi, Kuwana Funacho, Kuwana Koami Town, Kuwana Hoden Town, Kuwana Shimizu Town, Kuwana Miya Town, Kuwana Bath Town, Kuwana Kawaguchi Town, Kuwana Edo Town, Kuwana Kata Town, Kuwana Kyo Town, Kuwana Miyadori, Kuwana Craftsman Town・ Kuwana Oil Town ・ Kuwana Tamachi ・ Kuwana Kita Uomachi ・ Kuwana Misaki Dori ・ Kuwana Minami Uomachi ・ Kuwanaden Town ・ Kuwana Yoshitsuya Town ・ Kuwana Blacksmith Town ・ Kuwana Konya Town ・ Kuwana Irie Town ・ Kuwana Aoi Town ・ Kuwana Shinmachi ・ Kuwana Kuwana Town, Kuwana Denma Town, Kuwana Nabeya Town, Kuwana Yada Town, Kuwana Fukue Town, Kuwana Taichimaru, Kuwana Ima Isshiki Daikita Town, Kuwana Ima Isshiki Kita Town, Kuwana Ima Isshiki Nakamachi, Kuwana Ima Isshiki Katamachi, Kuwana Ima Isshiki Temple Town, Kuwana Tsutsumihara, Kuwana Sumiyoshi Town, Kuwana Aioi Town) and Eba Village, Daifuku Village, Honganji Village, Yada Village, Kuwana VillageKuwana TownWas launched.
  • 1923(Taisho12) April 4-Kuwana-cho, Kuwana-gunAkasuka VillageIncorporated.
  • 1933(Showa8 years)May 3 --Kuwana-cho, Kuwana-gunMasuo VillageIncorporated.
  • 1937(Showa 12) March 3-Kuwana-cho, Kuwana-gunNishikuwana TownIncorporated.
  • April 1937, 12 (Showa 4) --Kuwana-cho, Kuwana-gun enforces the city system (old)Kuwana CityBecomes
  • 1951(26)May 3 --Kuwana-gunKuwabe Village-Ariyoshi Village-Inaben-gunNanawa VillageIncorporated.
  • 1955(30)May 2 --Kuwana-gunFukaya VillageAnd Inabe DistrictKume VillagePart of (Oaza Sakai, Akao, Tomomura, Shimada, Shichi) was incorporated.
  • 1956(31)May 9 --Kuwana-gunJonan VillageIncorporated.
  • 2004(Heisei16 years)May 12 -(Old) Kuwana City, Kuwana CountyTado Town-NagashimaMerged withKuwana CityWas launched.

City information

City emblem

CurrentCity emblemWas sent from all over the country on the occasion of the mergerPublic offerSelected from2004May 12Was established in[6]..The city emblem consists of one blue line (belt) and two green lines.By arranging these lines in a circumferential shape, a "circle of interaction between water and green" is expressed.Then, the central margin is highlighted in the shape of a famous clam, expressing "the culture and history of the city".[6].

Old city emblem

The name of the city

There are various theories about the origin of the place name and Kuwana, but it became the ancestor of Kuwana development.Australian・ The theory that it was taken from the name of (Obito) is influential.The oldest historical material with the place name and Kuwana is "Japanese calligraphy].RebellionAt the time of672May 6ToEmperor TenmuIs KuwanaGungeThere is a description that he stayed at (Kuwana no Koori no Miyake).

City certified character

Dream Hama-chan
Kuwana Chamber of Commerce and Industry decided by open call for participants as "characters that support the activation of Kuwana"Yuru Chara.2011May 1The mayor certified as "a city character that supports the revitalization of Kuwana City"[7]..In the original design, the body does not exist, only the head is sticking out from the shell with the Kuwana logo, which is the image of a famous clam.In the costume, there is a torso, and he wears a light blue costume with three white lines in the image of Kiso Three Rivers.[7].


Population distribution of Kuwana, Mie, Japan.svg
Population distribution by age in Kuwana City and the whole country (2005)Kuwana City's population distribution by age and gender (2005)
■Purple-Kuwana City
■Green-All over Japan

Changes in the population of Kuwana City (corresponding area)
Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsStatistics Bureau CensusThan



  • Mayor Kuwana:Narutaka Ito(2020th term inaugurated on November 12, 1)
Successive mayors
  • With the birth of the new city of Kuwana in 2004, Hisakatsu Hirano (formerly) was the mayor's executor until he became the new mayor.NagashimaChief) took office.
  • First Mayor:Gen Mizutani(Mayor Kuwana before the merger also served), term of office December 2004, 12-December 19, 2012


Number of members of the Diet: 26[8]

Term: December 2018, 12 to December 6, 2022[8]

  • Chair Masato Ito[9]
  • Vice Chairman Kaoru Tomita[9]
Parliamentary nameNumber of members
Mulberry wind club7
Forum Shin Kuwana3
KomeitoKuwana City Council2
Japan Communist PartyKuwana City Council2

(As of June 2020, 3[10])

  • With the birth of New Kuwana City in 2004, before the mergerSpecial in officeDue to the application of the regulations, the former municipal council members remained until November 2006.The number of members is 11 as of November 2006 and 11 from December 34.

*In addition, the constituencies of the lower house election areMie Prefecture 3th ward'[11], The constituency for the Mie Prefectural Assembly election is "Kuwana City / Kuwana District Electoral District" (constant: 4)[12]It has become.

Scandals in municipal administration

PR activities

  • Publication of public relations magazine
    "Public Relations Kuwana" (issued on the 1st of every month), "Public Relations Kuwana Information Square" (issued on the 15th of every month)
  • Broadcasting of municipal programs (Cable TV)
    "News from Kuwana City"
  • Broadcast by large-scale vision
    Dot Avision (Kuwana station square complex facilitySun FareWall surface (Kuwaeicho))
  • インターネットInformation dissemination by
    Website,E-mail Magazine,twitter


Government office

The former Kuwana City Office is the main government building of the city hall, and the other old town halls are the general branch offices.

  • Kuwana City Office
    • Tadocho General Branch (former Tadocho Office)
    • Nagashima Town General Branch (former Nagashima Town Hall)


Police box
  • Mt. Ooyama field (Matsunoki 4-chome)
  • In front of Kuwana Station (Soeicho)
  • Uchibori (Uchibori)
  • Bado (Yada)
  • Kume (Shichi)
  • Fukaya (Shimofukayabe)
  • Tado (Tado Town Tado)
  • Mizono (Tadocho Mizono)
  • Nagashima (Matagi, Nagashima Town)
  • Kusunoki (Nagashimacho Nishikawa)
  • Isojima (Fukuyoshi, Nagashima Town)
Border crossing
  • Kita Ise (Matagi, Nagashima Town)


Kuwana City Fire Department

Fire department
  • Kuwana City Fire Department (Eba)
Branch office
    • Nishi (Akao)
    • Mt. Ooyama field (Mt. Ooyama field)
    • Tado (Tadocho Oyama)
    • Cape Kisosaki, Nagashima (Matsugashima, Nagashima Town)


Main hospital


National agency

Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

Mie Labor Bureau

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Chubu Regional Development Bureau
  • Kiso River Downstream River Office

Ministry of Finance

Ministry of Justice

裁判 所



Representative of KuwanaLocal industryHas a high name recognition nationwide.Formerly one of Japan's two largest casting production areas, "East(I.e., Kuwana in the west "[14][15]..There are about 34 foundries in Kuwana, with more than 1,300 people engaged.Product shipment value is about 394 billion yen (2002), And boasts one of the largest scales in Japan[16]..A wide variety of casting products are manufactured, including daily necessities and civil engineering and construction materials (manhole,GratingEtc.), industrial machinery and equipment parts, electric equipment parts, etc.
Bell bellThe traditional casting industry that manufactures such products is still alive, and Bonsho may be exported overseas.Casting as a local industry developed in Kuwana after the Meiji era, but Kuwana casting has a long history.Tadakatsu HondaBecame the lord of Kuwana Domain (1601), It is said that it started casting guns[15]..The products at that timecopperalloyBy shrines and templesLantern, Bonsho, pot pots, farm tools, etc. were the main items.Both Hirose and Tsujiuchi were active as Kuwana imoji. (The casterImperial courtAt that time, there was no record of an imoji in Kuwana other than both families, as it was not possible to open a business or succeed to the family business without the permission of. ) By Yozaemon HiroseButsuganinBy "Kansho" (a tangible cultural property designated by Kuwana City) and Zenemon TsujiuchiKuwanasoja"Kasuga Shrine's Bronze Torii" (a tangible cultural property designated by Mie Prefecture) still exists and is a cultural property that symbolizes Kuwana casting.[14][16].
Kuwana Yorozufuru grilled
A type of Banko ware, featuring red painting (red painting)[17]..It is a traditional craft designated by Mie Prefecture and an intangible cultural property (craft technology) designated by Mie Prefecture.[17][18][19]..Kuwana's wealthy merchant,Swamp wave play mountainOpened the kilnBanko wareWas abolished without a successor, but was born in Kuwana and Tamachi.Yusetsu MoriBy the brothers of Yusetsu and Chiaki, the Kuwana domain, which is related to Banko ware, Komukai village (currently)Asahi Town) Was revived. (Called.) The Mori brothers can be disassembledWooden patternWe devised a method of molding and mass-producing by pasting thin soil stretched with a stick on the surface, and that method was kept secret.But,teapotThe secret was leaked to Kuwana's wooden mold master who received the wooden mold order, and Sato decided to open the kiln around 1840.This is the beginning of Kuwana Banko.It gained popularity as a souvenir of the highway, and was excellent as a disciple of Sato (etc.)potterKuwana Manko was established as one of the brands in Banko ware in terms of both quality and quantity.It was the most successful business from the end of the Edo period to the beginning of the Meiji era, but in the latter half of the Meiji era, it merged and shrunk due to its excellent sales strategy.[20][21].
(Turnip tray)
Keyaki(Zelkova),栓(Sen),Japanese cypressFor wood with beautiful grain such as (hinoki)lacquerMade by applying (Pheasant coloring, how to paint through the grain of wood)Pots[18][22]..Typically in a round trayTurnipThe picture is drawn.It is a traditional craft designated by Mie Prefecture.
Kuwana Tansu
Kuwana knife
Many playing monkeys
A traditional craft designated by Mie Prefecture, from the middle of the Meiji eraTado TaishaMonzen-cho OfSouvenirIs familiar as[18].. Because the name of "Hajikizaru" matches the word "to repel (disaster)"Lucky charmIt is assumed[18].

Special product

Grilled clams,Clams, Eat as steamed sake, etc.That hand is Kuwana's grilled clam"(" I don't eat that hand "and" Kuwana's (famous) clam "is multiplied, which means" I can't get caught in that hand. "[23].. )Wordplay(Ground mouth) Is so famous nationwide.Matsuo BashoAlsoOkunohoso RoadWhen he left Ogaki, he left behind the phrase, "Autumn is going to be separated by the clams."In addition, the shells of Kuwana clamsPlaster,Indigo dyeIn addition to being transported and sold nationwide as shell ash (shell ash), which is a raw material for[24]Also famous for its beautiful colors,Kai-awaseIt was prized for processing for containers of shell paintings and plasters.[25].
Currently, most of the clams that are distributed and consumed under the name of "clam" in Japan are different species of clams.[26], Kuwana City is a clam (main clam, scientific name) Meretrix lusoria) Is one of the few fishing grounds in Japan[26][27]..The main fishing groundsKiso MikawaEstuaryIn the areafreshwaterとseawaterWas mixed moderatelyBrackish waterFertile and vast, ideal for growing clamsTidal flatIs formed[25][28].."Kuwana clams" grown in this environment are large and delicious.[29], It is also possible to eat raw food in good conditions[28][30][32]..It is believed that the reason why Kuwana clams became famous nationwide is that Kuwana was a transportation hub and that good quality clams were obtained as described above.[33].
(I.e.(Shell mound) Excavation survey revealed clam shellsKofun periodからKamakura PeriodBy that time, it was confirmed that clams were being eaten in what is now Kuwana City.[34]..It is thought that it was around the Edo period that it became recognized nationwide as a specialty of Kuwana.[35][36]..Kuwana clams caught in the mouth of the Kiso Three RiversGeneralIt was customary to give to[25][37]..There is a record that a fishing village existed in the estuary in the early Edo period, but the clam fishing in the fishing village was so successful that the ground was thickly covered with clam shells.[38]..Late Edo periodcomic book"Tokaido Naka Knee Chestnut Hair]"...Atsuta godMisonahasu,Seven villages of meIt was a wandering trip, and there was no difficulty in coming and going, and the joy of Kuwana was so great.MeibutsuSake the clams in the clams ... "[39]When,MiyajukuBy boatKuwanaCame toheroYajirobei and Kitahachi are depicted as enjoying the famous grilled clams immediately.At that time, grilled clams and shigure clams were considered to be the specialty of Kuwana-juku, and grilled clams were instantly offered to travelers, and shigure clams were sold as souvenirs.[15]..Furthermore, from Kuwana-jukuTomita's positionAlong the highway, there were many shops that let you eat clams.[40].
地蛤の年間漁獲高は、ピーク時には約3,000トンと日本一を誇ったが、1995年には過去最低の0.8トンを記録した。近年の漁獲高は、資源管理、稚貝放流(栽培漁業)によって回復傾向にあり、2000年19トン、2001年15トン、2002年16トン、2003年20トン、2004年62トン、2005年52トン、2006年47トン、2007年95トン、2008年140トンとなっている[37]..There are many restaurants that offer clam dishes such as grilled clams, but a typical example of a long-established restaurant is "Cooking Ryokan Yamatsuki" (Funamacho, Funamacho,Wakihonjin"Surugaya" trace), "Uojuro" (Minami Uomachi), "Kappo Mikuni" (Kawaguchi Town), etc.
Traditional cooking method of grilled clams
In the Edo period, around Kuwana, grilled clamsPineconeIt was cooked by burning and heating.Katsushika Hokusai OfUkiyo-eThe situation is described in "Kuwana Yokkaichi e Sanri Haccho" etc.[41]..In this recipe,RosinCover with a pine cone, which has a strong firepower because it containshingeSince the hinges are cut and then heated, the shells do not open and cooking can be done in a short time.Therefore, it is steamed softer than the general cooking method.In addition, it should be notedNHKof"Try GattenThis cooking method was introduced in Kuwana City, and the reproduced clams were shown to the residents, but the taste was well received by the residents.[41].
Clams(Shigure clam)
BoiledA kind of.Of clamsBoiled in rain..Raw boiled clamsslipPut (Kibikitamari) in a boiling sardine (large pot) and boil it in a unique way called "floating boiling".[42]..At that time, chopped into flavorGingerAdd[42]..By making it a rain clam, the preservation of the clam was improved, and it was very popular as a souvenir.[43]..Originally called "boiled clam",Matsuo BashoHigh brother,Shikō KagamiIs said to have named it "Shigure Clam"[44].
(A song that sings widely at the banquet) "Lord Kuwana], It is famous for being sung as "Kuwana-sama, Chacha-zuke in the rain."The "Kuwana-no-sama" that appears in this song is not the lord of Kuwana, but the master of Kuwana who made a profit in the rice market from the Meiji era to the Taisho era.Money)."Kuwana no Tonosama" is a song about Kuwana's husband, who had a big banquet at a Japanese restaurant in Tokyo and played a lot with geisha, ate chazuke of clams at the end of the banquet.[45]..This song isJingu-shikinen Sengu OfMiki HikiWood songIt is believed that "Matsumae Kiyori," a type of song, was made into a tatami room song.[46]..By the way, the phrase "-no-den-sama-de-chacha-zuke" in this song was enjoyed as a parody that read local specialties and specialties from all over Japan.[46].
Lyrics of "Kuwana no Tonosama"
Mr. Kuwana Yanley Yatkosei Yoiyana Mr. Kuwana In the rainChachazuke(Chacha) Yoitner Alewa Alya Liang Liang Yoitko Yoit Connor
That isToma(Taima) That is Toma ChujohimeThat's right
To cry and to cry RokujoMoney box
GenjiIs a white flag HeikeIs a red flag Tempozan(Tenpozan) is the flag off the coast
It's out, it's out, it's out YahashiIt's a (Yabase) boat
Yasunaga rice cake
An elongated flat shaobing with red bean paste. It was also called "Tomochi" or "Beef tongue mochi".A representative confectionery of Kuwana, Yasunaga since the Edo periodpositionPopular with travelers traveling to and from Kuwana-juku in (Yasunaga)teahouseWidely popular as a souvenir[48][49]..Currently, there are two stores that manufacture and sell Yasunaga Mochi, "Nagamochiya Long-established Store" (1634Founded) and "Yasunaga Mochi Honpo Kashiwaya".I was retired in KuwanaMatsudaira SadanobuThere is a tradition that (Rakuo) devised Yasunaga Mochi as an emergency food.[50]..However, the culture of eating mochi of the same form as Yasunaga mochi is widely distributed from Kuwana to Yokkaichi and Suzuka.[51]The origin of Yasunaga Mochi is not clear because there are no historical materials left at the time of its founding.[50].
Clams(Clam Shiruko)
A pocket that imitates a clam, a specialty of KuwanaSoup powder..Clam-shapedIn the middleYou can instantly make soup powder by breaking it and pouring hot water on it to dissolve it.
Ice bun
A frozen dessert with azuki beans that imitate buns inside.Maruman (Kyomachi), Suehiroya (Fukayacho),Suehiro(Mitsuyabashi) and others manufacture and sell.In particular, Suehiro is well known and1950Started manufacturing ice buns from department stores, supermarkets,Thanks Yokocho(Ise City), Sold nationwide through online shopping, etc.[52].
A type of oilseed rape that makes young shoots and stems edible.Nagashima Town is the "birthplace of Nabana".
Eight pot beans(Tado beans)
soyWith the coreKinakoBean confectionery sprinkled with white sugar by kneading sugar water.Tado TaishaMonzen-choIt is popular as a souvenir confectionery.
Red plum ware
TadoRed plumIn the shape ofJapanese pepperFlavored hard-baked rice cracker.Along with Hachitsubo beans, it is popular as a souvenir confectionery in Tado Shrine Monzen-cho.
Miyako Manju
On the surfaceBlack sesameStudded, stiffnessBean pasteGrilled withManju..Originated in Kuwana City[53]..Because it lasts for a long timeGift,Buddhist memorial serviceIt is often used as a product of.
A carp restaurant founded in the Edo periodDaikokuya"(Tadocho Yui) is famous[54].Shotaro IkenamiHas visited for a meal in stealth, and in his essayCarpAdmires[55].
Hand rolled udon
Hand total systemA type of dried noodles made from.In winter,Ibuki OroshiIt is made by drying and aging using the climate of Kuwana, which is blown by a strong cold and dry wind called (Suzuka grated).Kuwana's hidden specialty,noodlesIt features a mellow texture and a transparent color and luster.[56][57].
Shigure Meat Rolled Rice Ball
RainClamShigure rice using豚 肉Onigiri made by rolling with.2010In addition, it became the winning work of the "Kuwanameshi Grand Prix" that decides the new specialty of Kuwana.[58], New in KuwanaLocal gourmetBecame[59].


Tomato(HouseMomotaro) (Nagashima area)
House cultivationSuitable ripe shipping pink tomatoes[60]..It is crunchy and has a high sugar content, so it is eaten like a fruit.1988Succeeded in trial cultivation in the former Nagashima Town ahead of the rest of the country[61]..The annual shipment is about 1,000 tons, and the peak harvest is in early May.As a high-class tomato, it is shipped to the suburbs as well as to Kyoto.
Mandarin orange(Tado district)
It is cultivated under the brand of "Tado oranges".It is clogged with fruit juice and has a strong sweetness.[62]..Harvest time is from early October to around March of the following year[63]..In the fall, mandarin oranges are picked.
bamboo shoots(Kuwana district)

Major companies and factories located in the city

Large commercial facility

Japan Post Group

To each post office except simple post officesTMJThere is installation. Conducted at post offices marked with ★. (As of December 2012)

  • Kuwana Post Office(Chuo Town) --Collection and delivery station. ★
  • Kuwana Yada Post Office (Kakehi)
  • Masakazu Kuwana Post Office (Nonbe)
  • Kuwana Harima Post Office (Kitabessho)
  • Kuwana Jonan Post Office (Yasunaga)
  • Kuwana Shinnishigata Post Office (Shinnishigata)
  • Kuwana Akasuka Post Office (Igamachi)
  • Kuwana Fukaya Post Office (Shimofukayabe)
  • Kuwana Soyodai Post Office (Sakuradori)
  • Kuwana Ariyoshi Post Office (Nukata)
  • Kuwana Hachiman Post Office (Hachimancho)
  • Kuwana Nishibessho Post Office (Nishibessho)
  • Kuwana Hachikendori Post Office (Tonomachi)
  • Kuwana Umamichi Post Office (Honganji Temple)
  • Kuwana Nanawa Post Office (Hagasaki)
  • Kuwana Mt. Ooyama Ta Post Office (Mt. Ooyama Ta) ★
  • Tado Post Office (Tadocho Tado) --Former collection and delivery office. ★
  • Minami Tado Post Office (Tado Town Kitaikai)
  • Nanatori Post Office (Tadocho Katori)
  • Nagashima Post Office (Nagashimacho Matagi) --Former collection and delivery office. ★
  • Kuwana Higashikata Simple Post Office (Yurakucho)
  • Northern Nagashima (Hokubu) Simple Post Office (Okura, Nagashima-cho) --Temporarily closed
  • Isojima Simple Post Office (Fukuyoshi, Nagashima-cho) --Temporarily closed
  • Nagoya Branch Aeon Kuwana Shopping Center Branch Office (Shinnishigata) (ATM only / Holiday service)
  • Nagoya Branch Apita Kuwana Branch Office (Chuomachi) (ATM only / Holiday service)

* The postal code in Kuwana City is "511-00xx""511-08xx""511-09xx(The above is the Kuwana city area before the merger) "511-01xx"(Former Tado Town Area)"511-11xx(Former Nagashima town area) (both are in charge of collection and delivery at Kuwana Post Office).

Mass media

Sister cities/partner cities


sister city
  • Japanese flagNational Monzen Town Summit -A conference held by local governments, tourism associations, and commercial personnel who have Monzen towns that have developed around shrines and temples across the country to revitalize the region and promote town development.

Dedicated to pre-school and extra curricular

Special school


high school



Junior high school


  • Kuwana City Seitoku Junior High School
  • Kuwana City Meisei Junior High School
  • Kuwana City Kofu Junior High School
  • Kuwana City Yowa Junior High School
  • Kuwana City Masakazu Junior High School


primary school


  • Kuwana City Nissin Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Seigi Elementary School
  • Kuwana Municipal Education Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Joto Elementary School
  • Kuwana Municipal Masusei Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Shutoku Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Taisei Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Kuwabe Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Ira Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Nanawa Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Kume Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Fukaya Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Jonan Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Yamato Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Mt. Ooyama Takita Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Mt. Ooyama Tanishi Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Mt. Ooyama Tato Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Mt. Ooyama Tanan Elementary School
  • Kuwana Municipal Fujigaoka Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Hoshimigaoka Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Tadokita Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Tadashi Junior High School
  • Kuwana City Tado Higashi Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Tado Aoba Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Isojima Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Nagashima Chubu Elementary School
  • Kuwana City Northern Nagashima Elementary School


School closure / integration

In the cityUniversityThere is no.



City center station:Kuwana Station

Tokai passenger railway(JR Tokai)
Kinki Nippon Railway(Kintetsu)
Yoro Railway
Sanki Railway

Incidentally,1927から1944IsKuwana Electric Railroad1km in total lengthTramConnected Kuwana station square and the city area from the post town era.

Transit Bus

Highway bus route

General route bus

Access to airport

Chubu International AirportHighway Bus Kuwana Chubu International Airport Line
As of 2018, Mie Kotsu is in front of Kuwana Station / Nagashima Onsen-Chubu Centrair International Airport (Centrair)Express BusIs operating.It takes about 55-85 minutes[66].



General national road

Prefectural road

Famous places, historic sites, sightseeing spots, festivals, special events

Sights and historic sites

  • Daifukuda Temple(Kuwana Seiten) (Touhou)
    Popular as "Kuwana's Seiten-san", Japan's three majorKangitenOne of (shoten).At the Kuwana Seitendai Festival held in April every year, the countryImportant intangible folk cultural propertiesDesignatedIse Daikagura(Isedai Kagura) is dedicated.
  • Jumenji Temple(Temmacho)
  • Kaizo-ji Temple (Kitateramachi)
    • Soto sectTemple.
    • Satsuma Yoshishi Cemetery
      Houki flood control caseWas the victim ofHirataTwenty-four of the 85 Satsuma Yoshishi (52 suicides with seppuku and 33 with illness) are enshrined, and 24 tombstones still exist.Mourning testimony at that time and Satsuma shochusake bottleIs stored and there is a statue of Yukie Hirata.
  • (Kitaji Town)
    Also known as Kuwana Gobo, it is commonly known as "Gobo-san".Tokugawa Igemo,Emperor MeijiA historic temple where I stayed.
    • Matsuo BashoWinter peony monument ("Winter peony Chidori yo Yuki no Hototogisu")
  • Daichiin (Nagashimacho Nishidomo)
    • Matsuo Basho Accommodation
    • Shooh Shinjuku stone monument
  • Ganshoji(Nagashimacho Matagi)
  • Kasuga Shrine(Kuwanasoja) (Honmachi)
    • Bronze torii
    • Gozen Mizui
      When Emperor Meiji stayed, the water from this well was served as a set water.
    • Sachiko YamaguchiPhrasebook, Phrasebook
  • Jiuhua Park(Kuwana CastleRuins) (Yoshinomaru)
    Prefectural historic site.A park built on the remains of Honmaru and Ninomaru in Kuwana Castle.It is popular as a place of relaxation for the citizens.The park designerModernThe first landscaping researcher and former Kuwana feudal lordKeijiro Ozawa..Known as one of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in Mie Prefecture[67].
  • Tado Taisha(Tadocho Tado)
  • Nagashima CastleRemains (Nagashimacho Nishidomo)
    • Current Nagashima Chubu Elementary School, Junior High School
    • Kuwana City designated natural monument "Omatsu" (in Nagashima Chubu Elementary School)
  • Rensei-ji Temple (Matagi, Nagashima Town)
    • Former Nagashima CastleOda Gate(City designated cultural property)
  • Senshoji Temple (Imanakamachi)
    • Hamagurifun
      The area around this temple was a fishing village in the early Edo period, and clam fishing was so popular that the ground was thickly covered with clam shells.BunseiIn the year, the inhabitants of this area who saw the inexhaustible shells built a clam burial mound to thank and memorialize the clams.[68].1966In (Showa 41), it was designated as a tangible folk cultural property of Kuwana City.
  • Nippon TaketakaOzumae Ruins (Yamato Takeru no Mikoto Otsusaki Oniseki) (Tadocho Mizono)
    The place where it is said that the sword was left behind when Takeru Nihon went to Togoku (Otsumae, Ozuhama).A historic site designated by Mie Prefecture.
  • Of HagasakiIlex rotunda(Hagasaki)
    A natural monument designated by Kuwana City, which is a sacred tree on the approach to Emperor Hachimansha.[69][70]..The height of the tree is 15m, the circumference of the trunk is 3.44m, and the branches are 24m east-west and 23m north-south.Hitachi treeAppears in TV commercialsMonkey podUmbrella-shaped that spreads out symmetrically likeCrownhave[70][71].


Kuwana CitySuigo Prefectural Nature ParkIt is specified in.Also, because it is close to Nagoya and has a lot of sightseeing spots, in Mie prefectureIse CityIt is the municipality with the second largest number of tourists after. Approximately 2 million in 2007[72], 2013, 10,003,347 people visited[73].

Sports Facilities


Festivals and events are held throughout the year, and relatively large ones are concentrated around the former Kuwana-juku, around Tado Shrine / Tadosan, and around Kiso Mikawa / Nagashima Onsen.The Ishidori Festival, which is well known nationwide, has spread from Kasuga Shrine to various parts of the city.In addition, based in Tayu, Mie prefecture, Shiga prefecture, Wakayama prefecture, Kyoto prefecture, Osaka prefecture, Fukui prefecture, Hyogo prefecture, Okayama prefecture, Tottori prefecture, Hiroshima prefecture, Yamaguchi prefecture, Shimane prefecture, Kagawa prefecture At the end of the year, the dedication of the home of Ise Daikagura, which travels through one prefecture, is being held at Masuda Shrine.

As of 2011, by the Tadocho Tourism Association in the fallMandarin orangehunting,persimmonhunting,potatoDigging is being held[84][85].

The annual schedule of major festivals and events is as follows.

List of major festivals and events in Kuwana City
Festival / event nameSchedulevenueOverviewSource
Chinese New YearKarutaAssociationJanuary 1-3Chinkokushukoku ShrineOn the 3thOne hundred peopleOn the 5th, karuta will be played by "Poetry Karuta", which has been handed down and preserved only in Kuwana.[86][87]
KuwanaKangitenGrand festivalJanuary 4-1Daifukuda TempleMatsudaira SadanobuBelieved and donatedKangiten (Sacred Heaven)Festival.Both daysFirewalkingIn addition to the Shinto ritual, the first dayChigo processionIs held, and Ise Daikagura is dedicated on the second day.[86][88][89]
azaleaFestival5 month 1-15 daysJiuhua ParkAbout 550 azaleas bloom in the park.During the festival, a goldfish festival will be held at the same time at the Chinkokushukoku Shrine in the park.[86][90]
GoldfishFestivalJanuary 5-2Chinkokushukoku ShrineMatsudaira SadanobuDerived from the fact that he liked goldfish.Children from each town carry the goldfish portable shrine and parade.[86]
Tado FestivalJanuary 5-4Tado TaishaTado ShrineAnnual festival..A nationally famous raising horse ritual is held.The Kazuma Shinto ritual is a heroic Shinto ritual in which a boy jockey dressed as a warrior runs up a cliff of about 2m with a human horse, and is designated as an intangible folk cultural property of Mie Prefecture.[86][91][92]
IrisFestival6 month 1-15 daysJiuhua ParkApproximately 3 irises bloom in the three iris gardens in the park, and events (photo session, baseball tournament) are held.[86][93]
Ishidori Festival (Akihasha in the precincts of Inari Shrine)Last Friday and Saturday of JulyInari shrine precincts Akiba shrineOwn one each in Nagashima Kayamachi, Nagashima Nakamachi, and Nagashima ShitamachiFestival carA "town kneading" is performed, in which the sword is towed and the drums and drums are ringed.It will be launched on Friday, and the main music will be held on Saturday. It is designated as an intangible folk cultural property of the city as "Sancho Ishidori Festival Event".[86][94][95][96]
TOKAI SUMMITLate 7 monthNagashima Spa LandOne of the largest summers in the Tokai areaOutdoor festivalAnd an artist from the Tokai area (hip hop) Will be held mainly.[97]
Kuwana Suigo Fireworks FestivalLate 7 monthIbigawaRiversideA fireworks display unique to Kuwana, a town of water towns, that takes advantage of the length, width, and depth of the large-scale Ibi River.About 1 fireworks will be launched from the sandbar of the Ibigawa River in about an hour and a half.[86][98]
Ishitori FestivalFirst Sunday in August and the day beforeKuwanasoja(Kasuga Shrine)A festival that represents Kuwana. Over 30Festival carBut,鉦,drumAll at once and oldTokaidoAnd so on.Because of the heroic appearance of the festival, it is called "the loudest festival in Japan" or "the strange festival in the world".country'sImportant intangible folk cultural propertiesDesignated asUNESCO OfIntangible cultural heritageRegistered in.[86][99][100][101]
Ishidori Festival (Akasuka Shinmeisha)August old trayAkasuka ShinmeishaThe six festival cars will be launched on the first day, the trial music will be held on the second day, and the main festival will be held on the third day. It is designated as an intangible folk cultural property of the city as "Akasuka Shinmeisha Ishidori Festival".[86][102][103]
Ishidori Festival (Naimo Shrine)First Friday to Sunday of OctoberNaimo ShrineSix festival cars in the Tado north 5 districts parade in a line to Naimo Shrine while beating kane and drums, and dedicate the chestnut stones taken from the Tado River to the shrine.In addition, the artificial flower "Sakurahana" made of Japanese paper displayed on the festival car will be used as a lucky charm and dedicated. It is designated as an intangible folk cultural property of the city as "Ishidori Festival of Naimo Shrine".[86][104][105][106]
Kuwana no Tonosama Kitchen Festival / Senhime Orizuru FestivalMid 10 monthKuwanabetsuin Hontenji Temple, Chinkokushukoku Shrine, etc.A festival run by an executive committee of volunteers. It was started by local shop owners in 1989.I lived in Kuwana for a short period of time with the "Kuwana no Tonosama Midaidokoro Festival" where I enjoyed planning such as the Hanamachi Gourmet Park where you can experience Kuwana's food culture and classical performing arts on a special stage.ChihimeAnd the city-designated intangible cultural property "Kuwana's thousand paper cranesIt consists of "Senhime Orizuru Festival" which is multiplied by "Thousand".The Senhime Origami Crane Procession and the Senbazuru Fire Ceremony are held.[86][107][108]
Seven Lucky GodsFestivalMay 11Jumenji TempleA party dressed as the Seven Lucky Gods prays for the Seven Lucky Gods of each family and parades around the city.In the precinctsTaishogoto-danceIn addition to the dedication, Fuku beans and Fukumochi are thrown.[86][109][110]
Yabusame FestivalMay 11Tado TaishaBow Equestrian Courtesy Ogasawara SchoolBy the service ofhorseback archeryIs done.An archer on horseback shoots through three targets.The target hit by being shot is distributed for a fee as a lucky charm.New festivalAccording toFive grainsIt is done with the meaning of gratitude for a good harvest.[86][111][112][113]
Ise DaikaguraSomaiMay 12Masuda ShrineOnceIse ShrineWorship was a once-in-a-lifetime dream, but instead of someone who couldn't do it,Shinto musicShinto ritual to dedicate.In the precinctsLion DanceOf coursePlate dish・ Eight dances and eight songs, including very rare equanimity such as bowls, are dedicated.Five companies, including Gentao Yamamoto, Tadashi Morimoto, and Kantao Yamamoto, who are designated as national important intangible folk cultural properties, will participate in the dedication.[86][114][115]
Sanpachi City3rd and 8th day of every monthTeramachi Shopping StreetKuwanabetsuin Honjoji Temple in front of the gatearcadeMorning market held in the shopping district.There are about 80 stalls selling seafood and vegetables, and it is crowded with many people.Also, for digging behind the shopping streetKawazu SakuraIt is also maintained for sightseeing purposes, such as planting trees.[86][116][117]

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  • Mainichi NewspapersTo Kuwana CityInformation disclosureFor the fishery cooperative (fishery cooperative) who has already been arrested and prosecuted at the place of request, the city mayor's public office policy creation section, sewerage section, water supply section etc. "compensation" and "subsidy" It was reported that a total of 2010 million yen had been paid to the fishery cooperative for 10 years from 653 under the name of.It was also reported that the city has announced that it will not spend public money on fisheries cooperatives in the future, saying, "It is natural not to spend public money on groups with arrests."[127].



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