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XNUMX new infections on the XNUMXst << Fukushima Prefecture, New Corona >> The number of infected people in a week is less than half of the previous week

 
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On the other hand, in Iwaki City, the number of newly infected people continues to be high, so it will continue until the end of September as planned.
 

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Iwaki

Iwaki(Iwaki) isFukushimaHamadoriThe largest city in Fukushima prefecture, located in the southern part of Fukushima prefecture.

Tohoku regionThe second most populous city inMiyagiSendai cityNext to),Hiragana nameThe second most populous city in the municipality (SaitamaSaitamaNext to), it has the largest population and area in Fukushima Prefecture,Core cityIs specified in.

Overview

FukushimaHamadoriIt is a city that occupies the southern part of.Ancient times TheIshijo Kokuzo(Northern)Dooku Kikuta Kokuzo(Southern) territory,Heian period Of12st centuryからBattle of SekigaharaUntilMr. IwakiProspered as the home of.

MeijiFrom the beginningHonshuMaximum andTokyoThe closest coal mine toJoban CoalfieldDevelopment begins and is adjacentHitachi mineAt the same time, it became an indispensable area for the modernization of Japan during the Meiji era.RailroadJoban LineThe mineral resources produced in this areaCapital AreaIt was laid early as an important route to transport to, and contributed to the population growth at that time as Japan's main industry.

High economic growthIn a periodoilToEnergy revolutionProgresses,coalWhen the industry declines rapidly,New industrial cityA major merger of 14 municipalities was carried out in order to receive the designation of.As an environmental problem, we experienced soil pollution and groundwater pollution caused by cadmium discharged from chemical plants in the middle reaches of the Samegawa River.This new industrial cityIndustrial development special areaIt didn't produce as much results, but taking advantage of the location close to the metropolitan area,Sendai cityThe second largest shipment value of industrial products in Tohoku after2014 Degree: Approximately 9,137 billion yen[1])Industrial cityIt became.

In addition, the resort facility with the most ability to attract customers in the Tohoku regionSpa Resort HawaiiansBeginning withAquamarine Fukushima,Iwaki Yumoto OnsenIt has various tourism resources such as (2015 (Heisei 27) city tourism exchange population is the second largest in Tohoku, about 2 million people a year[2]),Tourist cityIt has also succeeded in converting to.

In particular, Joban Coal Mine, which was a coal mine company (currentlyTokiwa Kosan) Is for the survival of the company1966 Spa Resort Hawaiians, which opened in 2006, announced that in XNUMX,Hula Girl]moviesIt is the face of the city, and the city hall is also implementing a tourism image strategy that strongly emphasizes Hawaiian colors such as "Hula Ojisan".

Occurred on January 2011, 3Great East Japan EarthquakeThen with shaking(I.e.Was attacked by 467 people and suffered great damage such as 7902 buildings completely destroyed (aggregated as of August 2019)[3]..It also happened with the earthquakeFukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentInfluenced byHarmful rumorReceived[4].CyclingAlso served as a roadSeawallReconstruction such as construction and preparation for future disasters are also underway[5].. Detail is"Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station AccidentSee.

Geography

Located in the southeastern part of Fukushima prefecture, in the southIbarakiIn contact withThe Pacific OceanIt has a 60km coastline facing.As a logistics / industrial portOnahama Port[6] In addition, there are 6 placesFishing portThere is[7]..Affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accidentBeachHas been reopened in 2019 locations as of the summer of 4[8].

The area of ​​the city is vast,Joban ExpresswayTo the westAbukuma HighlandsIt is a mountainous area, and there are many hills on the remaining east side, and it is characterized by the fact that the urban area and the urban area are separated by hills and there is no continuity. On the JR Joban LinetunnelとCity areaAppear alternately.Therefore, the ratio of habitable land area to area is 30%, which is the lowest among the cities in the prefecture.

Hira prefecture,Bandai prefectureAlthough it was finally incorporated into Fukushima Prefecture in 1876, historicallyRikuzenhama HighwayThrough (current)IbarakiBecause I had a deep connection withdialectAnd customs are closer to Ibaraki prefecture than the same Fukushima prefecture.Meiji RestorationSince then, the transportation networks such as the Joban Line and Joban Expressway have been improved in order from the Ibaraki side, so the steep Abukuma Highlands have been crossed.NakadoriThe exchange with Ibaraki Prefecture was closer than that.But in recent years, in 1995Banetsu ExpresswayBy the opening ofNakadori,Aizu areaBecause of the connection with, exchanges are becoming more active.

Vast area

In the Iwaki region, the Joban coalfield, which was a key industry, and the fishery industry were becoming more and more obscure, and there was an urgent need to change direction.so thatNational comprehensive development planThe prefecture took the initiative to receive the designation of a new industrial city based on "Joban / Koriyama area".KoriyamaTogether with the large-scale merger of cities, towns and villages.This willHirata VillageThe two cities are next to each other, and the two cities 70 km apart are designated as "1 area".

Due to this mergerFlat city,Iwaki City,Nakoso City,Tokiwa City,Uchigo city5 cities and oldIshiki DistrictIn the whole area (3 towns and 4 villages)Futaba2 towns and villages (Hisanohama Town-Ohisa Village) Is added to make a total of 14 local governments into one.1966 (Showa41) The largest city in Japan (1,231.13 km²) was born at that time.[9][10](Currently the 15th).

In addition, MotoichiNaganoSuwa-gunChino Town(CurrentHadano),Yamaguchi Abu-gunMutsumi Village(CurrentHagi City),AomoriMutsu CityNext to the 4th caseHiragana nameIt is also a local government.

The kanji notation for "Iwaki" is "Iwaki""Iwaki""Stone cityHowever, there is a transition in history.National constructionとRitual systemThe county name below is "Stone cityBased in MotoichiSengoku DaimyoThe surname is "Iwaki"so,Tokugawa feudal eraとMeiji ProvinceBut"Iwaki".But,1966 May 10"Iwaki City" when the municipalities merged inOnahamaSince it was included in the area where the district) merged, I disliked the image of an absorption-type merger and became Hiragana's "Iwaki City" as a compromise.When "Iwaki" is written in Kanji, "Iwaki" is often used as the name of the school, facility, or administrative agency.

In addition, it was rare in the municipality named Hiragana at the time of the merger, and for a long time since the merger, the municipality named Hiragana had the largest population.2001 May 5ToSaitama OfUrawa-Omiya city-Yono CityDue to the merger of the three citiesSaitamaWas established, and the city of Saitama, which has the largest population in the local government named Hiragana, lost its place, so it is now in second place.In addition, the only municipalities named Hiragana that are core cities or higher are Motoichi and Saitama.

In addition,FukushimaConsidering that it is far from1979 4In MotoichiIwaki Automobile Inspection Registration OfficeThe "Iwaki number" was newly established.This was the first hiragana license plate.

NATURE

climate

Tohoku regionWithin a yearDaylight hoursIs the longest and the average daily temperature is the highest.Because it is a coastal area, it is less likely to get cold in winter than inland, and in summer it is less likely to get hotter than inland, and the annual temperature difference is small.In winter, snow clouds flowing from the Sea of ​​Japan sideEchigo mountain range,Ou Mountains, Except for mountainous areas because it is blocked by the Abukuma HighlandssnowThere is almost no rain, and there are many dry and sunny days.The average amount of snowfall is extremely small in the Tohoku region, and it accumulates once every few years.Tokyo,NagoyaAlmost the same value as[12] Although it is located in the Tohoku region, the citizens are not accustomed to snow.

In Yamada Town in 2010AmedusAn observatory (Yamada Regional Meteorological Observatory) has been set up to reflect inland meteorological data rather than the conventional "Onahama Special Regional Meteorological Observatory", which is easily affected by sea breeze.

As a result, the days that record midsummer days in the summer have come to be observed continuously.

Climate of Onahama Funahikiba, Iwaki City (Onahama Special Area Meteorological Observatory, altitude 3m)
Month123456789101112Years
Highest temperature record ° C (° F)20.8
(69.4)
24.8
(76.6)
23.5
(74.3)
27.4
(81.3)
29.7
(85.5)
33.6
(92.5)
34.9
(94.8)
37.7
(99.9)
34.4
(93.9)
32.2
(90)
25.0
(77)
25.4
(77.7)
37.7
(99.9)
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F)8.6
(47.5)
8.9
(48)
11.5
(52.7)
15.8
(60.4)
19.6
(67.3)
22.6
(72.7)
25.8
(78.4)
27.9
(82.2)
25.4
(77.7)
20.9
(69.6)
16.1
(61)
11.1
(52)
17.9
(64.2)
Average daily temperature ° C (° F)4.1
(39.4)
4.3
(39.7)
7.1
(44.8)
11.6
(52.9)
15.8
(60.4)
19.1
(66.4)
22.5
(72.5)
24.5
(76.1)
22.0
(71.6)
16.9
(62.4)
11.5
(52.7)
6.6
(43.9)
13.8
(56.8)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F)−0.1
(31.8)
0.1
(32.2)
2.8
(37)
7.4
(45.3)
12.3
(54.1)
16.4
(61.5)
20.1
(68.2)
22.0
(71.6)
19.0
(66.2)
13.2
(55.8)
7.1
(44.8)
2.1
(35.8)
10.2
(50.4)
Minimum temperature record ° C (° F)−9.3
(15.3)
−10.7
(12.7)
−8.5
(16.7)
−3.8
(25.2)
−0.6
(30.9)
4.8
(40.6)
9.6
(49.3)
11.6
(52.9)
7.2
(45)
0.8
(33.4)
−3.3
(26.1)
−7.1
(19.2)
−10.7
(12.7)
Precipitation amount mm (inch)57.3
(2.256)
54.0
(2.126)
108.4
(4.268)
125.2
(4.929)
146.1
(5.752)
149.5
(5.886)
160.7
(6.327)
122.6
(4.827)
192.3
(7.571)
193.1
(7.602)
80.3
(3.161)
51.3
(2.02)
1,440.7
(56.72)
Average days of precipitation (≥0.5 mm)5.15.89.910.811.912.613.49.712.211.27.65.9116.2
(I.e.58596268768386848075696272
Average monthlyDaylight hours193.4180.3191.4192.8193.0150.3151.1183.1144.5147.3162.4179.02,068.6
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency (Average value: 1991-2020, extreme value: 1910-present)[13][14]
Climate of Yamada Regional Meteorological Observatory (Otani, Yamadamachi, Iwaki City, altitude 25m)
Month123456789101112Years
Highest temperature record ° C (° F)17.3
(63.1)
20.9
(69.6)
23.8
(74.8)
27.2
(81)
29.5
(85.1)
34.6
(94.3)
35.1
(95.2)
36.1
(97)
36.5
(97.7)
31.3
(88.3)
23.0
(73.4)
22.2
(72)
36.5
(97.7)
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F)14.3
(57.7)
17.9
(64.2)
20.8
(69.4)
24.7
(76.5)
27.7
(81.9)
30.7
(87.3)
33.6
(92.5)
34.5
(94.1)
32.4
(90.3)
28.2
(82.8)
21.8
(71.2)
17.7
(63.9)
25.36
(77.65)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F)−5.6
(21.9)
−5.9
(21.4)
−3.9
(25)
−0.8
(30.6)
5.7
(42.3)
9.2
(48.6)
16.6
(61.9)
17.7
(63.9)
11.3
(52.3)
4.9
(40.8)
−0.2
(31.6)
−4.5
(23.9)
3.71
(38.68)
Minimum temperature record ° C (° F)−6.5
(20.3)
−7.6
(18.3)
−4.7
(23.5)
−3.6
(25.5)
2.8
(37)
5.8
(42.4)
15.8
(60.4)
16.3
(61.3)
9.9
(49.8)
3.8
(38.8)
−1.7
(28.9)
−6.9
(19.6)
−7.6
(18.3)
Precipitation amount mm (inch)37.9
(1.492)
69.1
(2.72)
97.0
(3.819)
171.6
(6.756)
150.2
(5.913)
194.6
(7.661)
162.6
(6.402)
144.5
(5.689)
216.6
(8.528)
204.1
(8.035)
67.9
(2.673)
86.6
(3.409)
1,602.7
(63.097)
Average monthlyDaylight hours181.8154.5178.2175.1199.3137.9149.7160.3127.4128.6140.6163.31,896.7
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency
Climate of Taira (Iwaki City Yoshimamachi Imaniida Miyanishi, altitude 12m)
Month123456789101112Years
Precipitation amount mm (inch)45.6
(1.795)
54.7
(2.154)
102.3
(4.028)
128.6
(5.063)
144.6
(5.693)
153.1
(6.028)
166.2
(6.543)
159.6
(6.283)
182.2
(7.173)
165.4
(6.512)
87.7
(3.453)
46.0
(1.811)
1,422.9
(56.02)
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency

History

For the history before the merger, refer to the articles of each municipality.

Administration / Judiciary

Successive mayors

代NameInaugurationResignationperiodRemarks
Shobei Akatsu1966 (Showa 41)/10/11966 (Showa 41)/10/19Executor of duties (former Mayor of Nakoso)
1Yaichi Owada1966 (Showa 41)/10/201974 (Showa 49)/10/192Mayor Maedaira
2Kanemitsu Tabata1974 (Showa 49)/10/201986 (Showa 61)/10/193
3Takeo Nakata1986 (Showa 61)/10/201990 (Heisei 2)/10/191
4Mitsuhide Iwaki1990 (Heisei 2)/10/2019972
5Keisuke Shike1997 (Heisei 9)/9/282005 (Heisei 17)/9/272
6Kazuo Kushida2005 (Heisei 17)/9/282009 (Heisei 21)/9/271
7Takao Watanabe2009 (Heisei 21)/9/282013 (Heisei 25)/9/271
8Shimizu Toshio2013 (Heisei 25)/9/28January 2021, 3 (9nd year of Reiwa)2
9Hiroyuki UchidaJanuary 2021, 3 (9nd year of Reiwa)1

Police and fire departments

Policemen

Fire

  • Iwaki City Fire Department Section 4 (General Affairs Section, Security Section, Prevention Section, Command Section) 5 stations 1 branch 7 branch offices
    • Taira Fire Department (Yotsukura Branch Office, Chuodai Branch Office, Ogawa Branch Office, Kawamae Branch Office)
    • Onahama Fire Station (Ena Branch Office)
    • Nakoso Fire Department (Tajin Branch Office)
    • Joban Fire Department (Tono Branch Office)
    • Uchigo Fire Department (Sanwa Branch Office)
  • IwakiFire brigade (7 branches, 47 branches, 326 groups)[Annotation 1]
    • First branch (in charge of flat area)
    • Second branch (in charge of Onahama area)
    • Third branch (in charge of Nakoso / Tabito district)
    • Fourth branch (in charge of Joban / Tono area)
    • Fifth branch (in charge of Uchigo / Yoshima district)
    • Sixth branch (in charge of Ogawa, Sanwa, Kawamae district)
    • Seventh branch (in charge of Yotsukura, Hisanohama, Oku district)

National office

(As of 2020)

Ministry of Finance

Ministry of Justice

Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

  • Fukushima Labor BureauIwaki Labor Standards Inspection Office
  • Fukushima Labor BureauHello WorkIwaki
  • Fukushima Labor Bureau Hello Work Onahama
  • Fukushima Labor Bureau Hello Work Nakoso

Ministry of Agriculture

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Ministry of Defense-SDF

裁判 所

Parliament

City council

  • Constant number: 37 people
  • Term: April 2016, 28 (Heisei 10)-April 1, 2020 (Reiwa 2 years) April 9, 30
  • Chair: Ken Suganami (Iwaki City Assembly Shishukai, 4th term)
  • Vice-chairman: Genji Hiruta (Iwaki City Assembly Shishukai, 4th term)
Parliamentary nameNumber of seatsMember name (◎ is representative)
Iwaki City Assembly ShishukaiEleven◎ Hideyuki Omine, Hiroe Nagayama, Kazumi Nishiyama, Junzo Ono, Shoji Yamamori, Kenichiro Kimura, Miyakonojo Kida, Norimasa Kawasaki, Ken Suganami, Genji Hirata, Kazumi Sato
Iwaki City Assembly Soseikai6◎ Mitsuru Uekabe, Azusa Fukushima, Minoru Sakamoto, Mitsuaki Kano, Hiroshi Kashimura, Kazuyoshi Sato
Iwaki City Assembly Liberal Democratic Party Isseikai6◎ Kazuo Akatsu, Satahiko Isogami, Katsutoshi Hiruta, Takuya Magami, Koki Tagashira, Suzuki Performance
Japan Communist Party・ Citizens' joint4◎ Hiroyuki Ito, Hiroyuki Watanabe, Tamiko Mizoguchi, Koichi Sakamoto
Iwaki City AssemblyKomeito4◎ Shigeru Ono, Mieko Shioda, Mika Shibano, Akihiro Shiozawa
Iwaki City Assembly Azalea Association3◎ Hidefumi Abe, Yasuo Ohtomo, Seiichi Yasuda
Iwaki City Assembly Seiseikai1◎ Kunihiro Ono
Iwaki City Assembly Reform Association1◎ Toshiro Ishii
Iwaki City Assembly Independent Association1◎ Mikito Yoshida

As of 2016 year 10 month 1 day.

Fukushima Prefectural Assembly(Iwaki City constituency)

  • Constant number: 10 people
  • Term: September 2019th, 11 (Reiwa 20) to September 2023th, 5 (11th year of Reiwa)
NameParliamentary nameNumber of winsRemarks
Ryutaro SakamotoLDPFukushima Prefectural Assembly2
Koichi YabukiLiberal Democratic Party Fukushima Prefectural Assembly3
Yuichi MayamaKomeitoFukushima Prefectural Assembly1
Yasuo AbeKomeito Fukushima Prefectural Assembly3
Mitsuhisa FuruichiPrefectural Union Assembly4Party membershipConstitutional Democratic Party
Emiko MiyagawaJapan Communist PartyFukushima Prefectural Assembly4
Minoru AokiLiberal Democratic Party Fukushima Prefectural Assembly9
Satoshi SuzukiLiberal Democratic Party Fukushima Prefectural Assembly3
Nishimaru WujinPrefectural Union Assembly6Party membershipIndependent
Hidesaku YoshidaJapanese Communist Party Fukushima Prefectural Assembly2

House of Representatives

ConstituencyRepresentative nameParty nameNumber of winsRemarks
Fukushima Prefecture 5nd Ward(Iwaki City,Futaba)Masayoshi YoshinoLDP7Constituency

Regional area

The population is the largest in Fukushima prefecture, and the area (1 m²) is also the largest in the prefecture.Urban areaConcentrated area Theflat,Shikura,Onahama,Nakoso,TokiwaIt is dispersed in districts such as[23], It is a multi-polar decentralized city, but it is concentrated in urban areas and commercial and industrial areas, in mountainous areas.DepopulationStand out.

Due to its geographical and historical background, the northern half (generally old) of Yumoto Keisei is the boundary.Iwasaki-gun..Uchigo-Suetsugu) and the southern half (generally old)Kikuta-gun..Nakoso-Yumoto) is divided into two.The relatively large urban area is the center of government, commerce, and land transportation.castle townDeveloped from, in the center of Iwaki cityflat(Iwaki Station-Iwaki HeijoIn the surrounding area) and in the center of industrial and maritime transportation,Port townDeveloped fromOnahama(Onahama Port(Around), and in addition to this, an urban area is formed around the Joban Line station,Iwaki New TownThere are also large-scale development residential areas such as.

mainlyTokyo areaAgainst the background of the outflow of young people (university enrollment, employment) and rich living environmentU-turn,I-turnAlthough they are competing with each other, the population is declining gradually after peaking in 1998.

Town name

Flat district

  • flat
  • Tairakamihirakubo
  • Tairanakahirakubo
  • Tairashimohirakubo
  • Tairanakashio
  • Tairayotsunami
  • Tairamakunouchi
  • Hira Whale Oka
  • Flat room
  • Tairakitashirado
  • Tairaminamishirado
  • Tairayagawase
  • Tairakamiarakawa
  • Tairashimoarakawa
  • Tairanakayama
  • Hira Koizumi
  • Hirayoshi Noya
  • Takahisa Hirakami
  • Tairanakakabeya
  • Tairashio
  • Tairakamata
  • Tairakamikabeya
  • Tairakamikatayose
  • Tairashimokatayose
  • Tairatoyoma
  • Tairausuiso
  • Tairanumanouchi
  • Tairashimotakaku
  • Tairakamiyasaku
  • Hirakami Yamaguchi
  • Tairashimoyamaguchi
  • Tairayamazaki
  • Hira Kannami
  • Tairaattame
  • Tairakamiogoe
  • Tairashimoogoe
  • Hirafuji
  • Tairaizumizaki
  • Tairashimokabeya
  • Tairaharagoya
  • Tairamanome
  • Hirakinani
  • Hirakita Kamiya
  • Flat water product
  • Tairaakai
  • Jiyugaoka
  • Satogaoka
  • Meiji housing complex
  • Hiratsurukei
  • Chuodai
  • Ishimori
  • Heisei

Onahama district

  • Ena
  • Folding door
  • Nakanosaku
  • Nagasaki
  • Onahamakamikaji
  • Onahamashimoka
  • Onahama
  • Onahamaokaona
  • Onahama Minami Tomioka
  • Onahamaohara
  • Onahamaaikoshima
  • Onahama Sumiyoshi
  • Onahamashima
  • Onahamanoda
  • Onahama Iwade
  • Onahamarinjo
  • Onahama Kanari
  • Onahamatamagawamachi
  • Kashimamachi Miyo
  • Kashimamachi Funado
  • Kashimamachi Kubo
  • Kashimamachi Shimokuramochi
  • Kashimacho Kamizomochi
  • Kashimamachi Hashirikuma
  • Kashima Town Shimoyada
  • Kashimamachi Komoda
  • Kashimacho Iida
  • Izumimachihonya
  • Izumimachi Takijiri
  • Izumimachi Shimogawa
  • Izumimachikurosuno
  • Izumi Town
  • Izumimachi Tamaro
  • Watanabemachibora
  • Watanabemachi Izumida
  • Watanabemachi Hiruno
  • Watanabemachi Tabe
  • Watanabe-cho Matsukoya
  • Watanabemachi Nakakamato
  • Watanabemachi Kamikamado
  • Yokodai
  • Izumigaoka
  • Izumitamatsuyu
  • Shonandai
  • Chubu Industrial Park
  • Hayama
  • Kashima Town Kashima
  • Izumimoegidai

Nakoso district

  • Uedamachi
  • Ushirodacho
  • Niidamachi
  • Takakura Town
  • Ebatamachi
  • Soenomachi
  • Ishizukacho
  • Higashidacho
  • Sanukamachi
  • Iwama Town
  • Obama Town
  • Nishiki Town
  • Nakoso Town
  • Kawanabecho
  • Numabemachi
  • Misawa Town
  • Yamadamamachi
  • Seto Town
  • Futtsu Town
  • Yamada Town
  • Kaneyama
  • Nakaokamachi
  • Minamidai

Joban district

  • Jobanyumotomachi
  • Jobansekifunemachi
  • Jobanmizunoyamachi
  • Jobanfujiwaramachi
  • Jobanshiratorimachi
  • Jobannishigomachi
  • Joban Zhangsun Town
  • Jobaniwagaokamachi
  • Joban Matamacho
  • Jobanshimofunao Town
  • Joban Shimoyunaga Hasemachi
  • Jobankamiyunagayama
  • Joban Misawa Town
  • Joban Matsukusune Town
  • Jobankamiyadamachi
  • Wakabadai
  • Sakuragaoka
  • Jobanmatsugadai
  • Kusakidai

Uchigo district

  • Uchigoshiramizu Town
  • Uchigomiyamachi
  • Uchigouchimachi
  • Uchigotsuzura Town
  • Uchigotakasakamachi
  • Uchigomimayama
  • Uchigomidaisakaicho
  • Uchigoojimamachi
  • Uchigokoyamachi
  • Kojima Town

Yotsukura district

  • Shikura Town
  • Yotsukuramachi Kaminiida
  • Yotsukuramachi Shioki
  • Shimonita, Yotsukuramachi
  • Yotsukuramachi Hosoya
  • Yotsukuramachi Omori
  • Yotsukuramachi Kitsuka
  • Yotsukuramachi Meiki
  • Yotsukuramachi Nagatomo
  • Yotsukuramachi Toda
  • Yotsukuramachi Shiraiwa
  • Nakajima, Yotsukuramachi
  • Yotsukuramachi Tamayama
  • Yotsukuramachi Yamada Kominato
  • Yotsukuramachi Yakuoji
  • Yotsukuramachi Shimoyanagi
  • Yotsukuramachi Kamiyanagi
  • Yotsukuramachi Komagome
  • Yotsukuramachi Yagushi
  • Yotsukuramachi Kamioka

Tono district

  • Tonomachi Miyamada
  • Tonomachi Katono
  • Tonomachi waterfall
  • Tonomachi Negishi
  • Tonomachi Kaminemoto
  • Tonomachi Iritono
  • Tonomachi Odaira

Ogawa district

  • Ogawa Town Shimo Ogawa
  • Ogawa Town Sekiba
  • Ogawamachi Uwadaira
  • Ogawamachi Shibahara
  • Ogawamachi Fukuoka
  • Ogawamachi Kamiogawa
  • Ogawamachi Shioda
  • Ogawamachi Takahagi
  • Ogawa Town Mishima
  • Ogawamachi Nishiogawa

Yoshima district

  • Yoshimamachi Sakaki hut
  • Yoshimamachi Ori
  • Yoshima Town Kita Yoshima
  • Yoshima Machigami Yoshima
  • Yoshimamachi Nakayoshima
  • Yoshima Machishita Yoshima
  • Yoshimamachi Oyasaku
  • Yoshimamachi Aiya
  • Yoshimamachi Imaniida
  • Yoshimamachi Kawanago
  • Yoshimakogyo Danchi

Sanwa district

  • Miwamachi Kamimisaka
  • Miwamachi Nakamisaka
  • Sanwa Town Shimo Misaka
  • Miwamachi Saiso
  • Kaminagai, Miwa Town
  • Miwamachi Shimonagai
  • Miwamachi Godo
  • Miwamachi Watado
  • Miwamachi Nakadera
  • Miwamachi Shimoichi 萱
  • Sanwa Town Kaya

Tabito district

  • Tabitomachi Minamiotaira
  • Tabitomachi Tabiuto
  • Tabitomachi Kuroda
  • Tabitomachi Nichibu
  • Tabitomachi Kaidomari
  • Tabitomachi Ishizumi

Kawamae district

  • Kawamaemachi Kawamae
  • Kawamaemachi Shimotub Sale
  • Kawamaemachi Kamiotsu
  • Kawamaemachi Ojirai

Hisanohama / Oku district

  • Hisanohamamachi Suetsugu
  • Hisanohamamachi Kanegazawa
  • Hisanohama Town Hisanohama
  • Hisanohamamachi Tanonet
  • Hisanohama Town
  • Ohisamachi Ohisa
  • Ohisamachi Kohisa
  • Ohisamachi Oyamada

* District classification and publication order are "Data file 2010 by region in Iwaki city"[24] Follow.

Iwaki metropolitan area

Iwaki City is the central cityUrban employment area(10% commuting area) is adjacent to Iwaki CityFutabaHirono TownIt is composed of 1 city and 1 town.Population is the total population of 1 city and 1 town in the Iwaki metropolitan area (CensusPopulation meter)

Municipalities
(1980-2000)
1980 1990 1995 2000 Municipalities
(Current)
Hirono Town34Ten thousand740836Ten thousand128636Ten thousand620736Ten thousand5864Hirono Town
IwakiIwaki

Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident

2011 May 3 OfGreat East Japan EarthquakeThen, our city was also damaged, and a seismic intensity of 6 lower was observed.From off Miyagi to off IbarakiEpicenterIn Motoichi, which is in the middle of the area, shaking with a seismic intensity of 4 or higher continues for 3 minutes and 10 seconds.[25]This was the longest seismic intensity meter that observed the earthquake.Also,Japanese Meteorological AgencyEstimated seismic intensity distribution map[26] According to the report, it is believed that there was a local tremor equivalent to a seismic intensity of 7 in the northeastern part of the city.

The following month, April 4, there was an inland earthquake with an epicenter near the Idosawa Fault in the southwestern part of the city.Fukushima Prefecture Hamadori EarthquakeOccurred, and a seismic intensity of 6 lower was observed.Due to this earthquake, the Idosawa Fault, the Shionohira Fault, and the Yunodake Fault in the central western part of the city were displaced simultaneously over several tens of kilometers.The past activity of the Yunodake fault is 14 years ago, and the Shionohira fault is an unknown fault, and it is thought that it was induced by the strain of the earthquake.As a result, faults (maximum head 2 m), cracks and cracks appeared throughout the city, and landslides occurred one after another.[27]..The next day, an aftershock with a seismic intensity of less than 6 occurred near the Yunodake fault.

Due to this series of seismic activity and tsunami, the total number of half-destroyed houses in the city is Miyagi prefecture.Sendai cityThe number of households was about 4 (9 including partial damage), and the death toll was more than 400, mainly due to the tsunami and landslides.

Also included in the aboveOkuma TownOccurred inFukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentAccording to a questionnaire randomly selected by the city one and a half years later, almost half of the respondents were temporarily out of the city due to the earthquake and the nuclear accident. I answered that I had evacuated to.It is estimated that about 1 people have been evacuated in the city because of this.[28].. Most of the citizens returned in about three months, but about 3 people moved out in half a year.

Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plantIn the accident, there was a strong historical and economic connection.FutabaApproximately 24,000 people, mainly residents of Japan (as of April 2013)[29] Is evacuating, which exceeds the decrease in the number of residents who have moved out of Iwaki City, resulting in an increase in the population.However, most of them do not transfer their resident's card to Iwaki City and receive the resident tax exemption while leaving it in the town and village of Futaba District, while receiving the administrative services of the evacuation destination Iwaki City under the Nuclear Disaster Victims Special Law. The amount of work done by the city hall, etc. is increasing for the current resident population, including evacuees, rather than the population in the basic ledger, but tax revenue has not increased much.

Iwaki City has a temporary government office function (including some)Naraha Town[30] とTomioka Town[31] とOkuma Town(Location of Nuclear Power Plant Units 1-4)[32] Is.Also, as of 2013, it is in Saitama prefecture.Futaba TownThe government office (location of nuclear power plants 5-6) has also decided to relocate to our city, and is scheduled to relocate in June 2013.[33].. (It moved as planned and still has a government office function as of 2021.) These four towns have the largest number of evacuation destinations for residents in Iwaki City.Namie TownThere are more than 2,000 evacuees, so we have a branch office.[34].Hirono TownAlso had a temporary office, but returned in March 2012 due to the cancellation of the emergency evacuation preparation area.However, as of May 3, 2013% of the residents live in Iwaki City.

Iwaki City was scheduled to be dismantled for the victimsEmployment promotion housingThe construction of temporary housing for citizens was about 630, such as opening 200 units in a hurry and utilizing municipal and prefectural housing.However, more than 3,300 temporary housing units for evacuees in Futaba District have been built throughout the city.[35].

Rental properties with Iwaki citizens affected by the disasterFutabaMany are rented by the people, and 3 TEPCO facilities (Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant,Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power StationとHirono Thermal Power Station) AndDecontaminationDemand is tight because it has become a place of residence for decontamination workers and restoration workers due to the full-scale work, and even as of April 2013, transferees and students who have entered the city have found a resident property. There are some cases that cannot be done.There was also a rental agency with more than 4 people waiting to move in for rental properties, which was a serious situation.[36].

The habitable range has expanded to Hirono Town and Naraha Town, and the residences of TEPCO-related employees, decontamination workers, and restoration workers have moved to the north, but the climate is similar to their hometown from the evacuation site of their current location. The desire to move to Iwaki City continues.

Land prices in residential areas are also rising. As of January 2013, 1, the official land prices for Izumimoegidai increased by 1% and Chuodai increased by 10.7%, and the rate of increase in residential areas was 10.6th and 6th in Japan. The average volatility increased year-on-year for the first time in 8 years.This is also thought to be due to the fact that in addition to the normal demand in Iwaki City and the demand of the victims, the victims in Futaba District have given up returning home and are purchasing residential land in the city.[37].

This movement continues, and as of January 2014, 1, the official land price was 1% for Chuodai, 11.6% for Kusakidai, and 11.3% for Izumimoegidai, the second highest rate of increase in residential areas in Japan. And 11.2th and 2th.Furthermore, as of January 5, 7, the official land prices for Izumimoegidai increased by 2015%, Kusakidai increased by 1%, and Chuodaiiino and Izumigaoka increased by 1%. Iwaki City occupied.In this way, housing land prices in the city are rising by an average of 17.1% and 14.1-13.3% at popular points compared to before the earthquake, as well as soaring materials and a shortage of builders, so housing purchases are significantly more expensive. It has become a serious problem.Iwaki City is also actively promoting land conversion, but has not yet reached a solution.

Economy

Major industries

High economic growthBefore the period cameJoban charcoalな どJoban CoalfieldMainly in the coal industryOnahama PortDeveloped in primary industries such as fisheries, forestry and agriculture.

After the Joban Charcoal Mine was closed, it will be industrialized in the wake of a large-scale merger.There are also hot springs and resort facilities in the Yumoto area, sightseeing centered on coastal lighthouses and aquariums, sea bathing and surfing, municipal art museums, and educational resources such as Nakoso no Seki.

  • Labor statistics (2000)
    • Working population: 175,324
    • Gross production: 12,662 billion yen

Special product

A company headquartered in Iwaki

Manufacturing industry

Major companies with factories and bases in Iwaki City

Commercial facility

Financial institution

bank

Policy financial institution

Cooperative financial institution

Agricultural cooperative

Post 

Collection and delivery post office

  • Iwaki Post Office (Iwaki Post District)
  • Nakoso Post Office (Nakoso Post District)
  • Ogawa Post Office (Ogawa Post District)
  • Onahama Post Office (Onahama Post Office)
  • Ueda Post Office (Ueda Post Office)
  • Japan Post (Japan Post)
  • Misaka Post Office (Misaka Post District)
  • Yotsukura Post Office (Yotsukura Post District)

Ordinary post office 

  • 26 Iwaki Post District
  • Nakoso Post District 3 Bureau
  • Ogawa Post District 3 Bureau
  • Onahama Post District 8 stations
  • Ueda Post Office 3
  • Japan Post 1 station
  • Misaka Post District 1 Station
  • Yotsukura Post District 3 Bureau

Simple post office 

No simple post offices are set up in postal areas other than those listed below.

  • 13 Iwaki Post District
  • Ogawa Post District 1 Bureau
  • Onahama Post District 2 stations
  • Ueda Post Office 3
  • Yotsukura Post District 2 Bureau


Fishing industry

  • Catch 75,628t --The fish caught along the coast are called "", and they specialize in grilled Mexicali and Uni.

Import/export

Onahama Port(2003)

  • Total cargo volume 13,557,951t
  • Export 514,045t
  • Import 5,133,727t

Sister cities/partner cities

Domestic

Overseas

Regional data

Health

  • Average age: 45.9 years (2019 )
  • Life expectancy (male): 80.9 years (male)2019 )
  • Life expectancy (female): 86.7 years (female)2019 )

population

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Population distribution by age in Iwaki City and the whole country (2005)Population distribution by age and gender in Iwaki City (2005)
■Purple-Iwaki City
■Green-All over Japan
■Blue-male
■Red-female

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

1998 It peaked at 36 people and is on a downward trend.

Dedicated to pre-school and extra curricular

University/Junior college/College of technology

high school

Public high school

Besides this,2015 At the time,Fukushima Prefectural Futaba High School,Fukushima Prefectural Futaba Shoyo High School,Fukushima Prefectural Tomioka High SchoolIs renting a school building from Iryo Sosei University (student recruitment is suspended for both).

Private high school

Junior high school

Municipal junior high school

Private middle school

primary school

Details of each school Click here for details

  • Iwaki Municipal Heiichi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Taira Daini Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Taira Daisan Elementary School
  • Iwaki Municipal Hei No. XNUMX Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Taira Daigo Elementary School
  • Iwaki Municipal Hei No. XNUMX Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Natsui Elementary School
  • Takaku Elementary School, Iwaki City
  • Iwaki City Toyoma Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kusano Elementary School
    • Iwaki City Kusano Elementary School Kinutani Branch School
  • Iwaki City Akai Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Yumoto Daiichi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Yumoto Daini Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Yumoto Third Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Iwasaki Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Nagakura Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Fujiwara Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Onahama Daiichi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Onahama Daini Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Onahama Third Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Izumi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Watanabe Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Ena Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Nagasaki Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kashima Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Onahama Higashi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kosaka Elementary School
  • Iwaki Mimaya Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Uchimachi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Miya Elementary School
  • Iwaki Municipal Shiramizu Elementary School
  • Iwaki Municipal Tsuzuku Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Takano Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Ueda Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kikuta Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Nishiki Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Nakoso Daiichi Elementary School
  • Iwaki Municipal Nakoso Daini Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Nakoso Third Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kawabe Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Ueno Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Iritono Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Yotsukura Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Oura Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Ohno Daiichi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Ohno Daini Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Ogawa Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kodama Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Tabito Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Yoshima Daiichi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Yoshima Daini Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Yoshima Third Elementary School
  • Iwaki Municipal Yoshima No. XNUMX Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Sanwa Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kawamae Elementary School
  • Iwaki Municipal Oke Sales Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Koshirai Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Hisanohama Daiichi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kinto Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Kunohama Daini Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Onahama Nishi Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Shiomigaoka Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Satogaoka Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Central Taipei Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Chuo Tainan Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Senboku Elementary School
  • Iwaki City Chuodaihigashi Elementary School

Special school

  • Fukushima Prefectural Taira Support School
  • Fukushima Prefectural Iwaki Support School
  • Fukushima Prefectural Hearing Support School Hirabun School

Besides this,2015 At that time, Fukushima Prefectural Tomioka Support School has set up a temporary school building and moved from Tomioka Town.

Facility

Sports Facilities

Cultural Hall / Citizen's Hall

Cultural facility

Transportation

HamadoriTrunk road in the north-south direction alongNational Route 6,Joban Expressway) And railroad (Joban Line) Is passingTokyoFrom about 200km,SendaiIt is located about 150km from.On the Joban ExpresswayIwaki Chuo ICFrom TokyoMisato ICTo 175.5km (Shuto Expressway Inner Circular Route-Edobashi JCTApproximately 196km), in the direction of SendaiWatari ICTo 124.9km (Southern Sendai Road-Nagamachi ICIs about 146km).On the Joban Line, it's a business kilometerIwaki StationからTokyo StationTo 215.2km,Sendai StationIt is 151.3km to.The same lineYotsukura StationWhile it is double-tracked (or double-tracked) to the south (Mito / Tokyo), it is not double-tracked to the north (Soma / Sendai) of the station. 2015Ueno Tokyo LineWith the opening of the business, it has become possible to access from Tokyo Station without changing trains.

In addition,NakadoriOn the road betweenNational Route 49とBanetsu ExpresswayBy trainBanetsu East LineIs passing,KoriyamaIt is located about 70km from.FukushimaAbout 120km from Fukushima Prefectural Office.Fukushima AirportAbout 1 hour from.

Air route

Currently, there are no access buses or limousine buses that connect the city to the airport.

Train

Iwaki Station(Until 1994, Hira Station)There are routes in the north-south and west directions centered on.Passenger transportabout,East Japan Railway(JR East) is in charge, and there is no private railway.PreviouslyFukushima coastal railwayTemporarily handled passengers, but currently only handles cargo.For details of each line, refer to the item of each line.

East Japan Railway (JR East)

Fukushima coastal railway

道路

The Joban Expressway and Joban Bypass run from north to south, connecting the dispersed urban areas with each other.The Ban-etsu Expressway and National Highway No. 49 are also one of the major road networks.

2021 Is currently under constructionIwaki Onahama ICAnd Onahama PortOnahama Road(Regional High Standard Highways) is scheduled to open.

highway

General national road

Main local road

Road Station

Transit Bus

General route bus

Intercity express bus

Port

Tourism

Tourist citySucceeded in molting as.Although Iwaki City is in the Tohoku region, it is a resort facility that has the most ability to attract customers in the Tohoku region by taking advantage of the relatively warm climate all year round to improve the tourism image of Hawaii in Japan.Spa Resort HawaiiansTo be successful.Besides thatAquamarine Fukushima,Iwaki Yumoto OnsenIt has various tourism resources such as, and the city tourism exchange population in 2013 (Heisei 25) is the largest in the prefecture, about 1 million people a year.[41].

(I.e.

Flat district

Onahama district

Nakoso district

  • Nakoso Seki trace
    • Nakoso Seki Park Experience Learning Facility Fukifuden
    • Iwaki City Nakoso Seki Literature and History Museum
  • Obama beach
  • Nakoso beach
  • Kozoji
  • Nakosokaryoku Park (Kawazu Sakura)

Joban district

Uchigo district

Yotsukura district

  • Aise Waterfall
  • Yotsukura beach
  • Yotsukura Onsen
  • Tamayama mineral spring
  • Shiraiwa mineral spring
  • Niidaura Campground

Tono district

  • Iwaki City Tono Auto Camping Ground
  • Iritonogawa Yanaba
  • Samegawa Valley
  • Irikawakeikoku
  • Tennogawa Tron Onsen
  • TokuitsuDaishi entrance office

Ogawa district

Yoshima district

  • Yoshima River

Sanwa district

  • Sanwa Fureaikan
  • Sanwacho Fureai Market
  • Mizuishiyama Park

Tabito district

Kawamae district

  • Iwaki no Sato Onigajo
  • Kamata River Valley

Hisanohama / Oku district

  • Iwaki City Kairyu no Sato Center
  • Iwaki City Ammonite Center
  • Haryuji Yakushi
  • Hisanohama beach
  • Rippling beach

Historic sites

Festival / folk performing arts

Sports team

サ ッ カ ー

Works on stage

Literary works

movies

TV program

Anime

Song

Person from

Politics

Business world

Academia

Culture/Art

Sports

baseball

サ ッ カ ー

Other than baseball and soccer

Entertainment world

Idol

Voice actor / actor / model

ミ ュ ー ジ シ ャ ン

Entertainer

Mass media

More

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注 釈

  1. ^ As of October 2019.
  2. ^ actress OfMiki Sakai(Shizuoka CitySakai DistrictA different person from (origin).

Source

  1. ^ 26 Industrial Statistics Survey
  2. ^ Iwaki City 27 City Tourism Exchange Population
  3. ^ Damage situation of the Great East Japan Earthquake (as of August 8, 7) Iwaki City Hall (accessed August 2019, 8).
  4. ^ [4 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake] "City near the nuclear power plant" Fukushima / Iwaki City, rumors never disappear ...SankeiBiz(September 2015, 3) Retrieved September 14, 2019.
  5. ^ "Iwaki Nanahama Kaido" Partial use begins Bicycle road utilizing seawallMinami Fukushima Shimbun(September 2019, 08) Retrieved September 10, 2019.
  6. ^ Port Iwaki City Hall (accessed August 2019, 8).
  7. ^ Fishing port in the city Iwaki City Hall (accessed August 2019, 8).
  8. ^ I'm waiting for you ... Summer production Smiles open to the sea, Iwaki's 4 beaches Fukushima Minyu Shimbun (December 2019, 07) Retrieved November 14, 2019.
  9. ^ Historical formation process of municipalities in Fukushima Prefecture (PDF) (Think tank Fukushima January 2000)
  10. ^ a b c d e Trajectory of the birth of Iwaki City 14 Records after the merger of cities, towns and villages(Fukushima Prefectural Headquarters Parliamentary Union)
  11. ^ Mountain names are not listed on maps and topographic maps.At an altitude of 751.15 on the ridge connecting Mt. Tsuruishi and Mt. Sandai MyojinGeographic mapThen 750.8)First-class triangular pointThe mountain where the main point is located.
  12. ^ Japan Meteorological Agency Past meteorological data by prefecture
  13. ^ "Normal value download”. Japan Meteorological Agency. 2021/6Browse.
  14. ^ "Value of 1st to 10th in observation history (value throughout the year)”. Japan Meteorological Agency. 2021/6Browse.
  15. ^ The landslide and the reservoir collapsed 1976 tons, attacking the foot of the Asahi Shimbun, October 51, 10, morning edition, 20th edition, page 13
  16. ^ "Japan Meteorological Agency | Seismic intensity database search (search results by earthquake)". www.data.jma.go.jp. October 2019th, 6Browse.
  17. ^ "Japan Meteorological Agency | Estimated seismic intensity distribution map". www.data.jma.go.jp. October 2019th, 6Browse.
  18. ^ "Japan Meteorological Agency | Seismic intensity database search (search results by earthquake)". www.data.jma.go.jp. October 2019th, 6Browse.
  19. ^ "Japan Meteorological Agency | Estimated seismic intensity distribution map". www.data.jma.go.jp. October 2019th, 6Browse.
  20. ^ "Japan Meteorological Agency | Seismic intensity database search (search results by earthquake)". www.data.jma.go.jp. October 2019th, 6Browse.
  21. ^ "Iwaki City declares" hospital bed tightness "new corona, utilization rate exceeds XNUMX%"[Fukushima Minyu] Dated April 2021, 4
  22. ^ "Priority measures such as prevention of spread in Fukushima Prefecture"[Fukushima Prefecture] Dated August 2021, 8
  23. ^ 17 National Census Densely Inhabited District Boundary Map(Fukushima Prefecture)
  24. ^ "Data File 2010 by Region in Iwaki City" Iwaki Future Creation Center, 2011.
  25. ^ About the shaking situation of each place observed by the seismograph at the time of the 23 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake --Japan Meteorological Agency (March 2011, 3)
  26. ^ Estimated seismic intensity distribution map --Meteorological Agency
  27. ^ Idosawa Fault that appeared due to the earthquake in Hamadori, Fukushima Prefecture --Active Fault and Earthquake Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
  28. ^ Evacuation from the city, more than 15 people in Iwaki Immediately after the earthquake, half of the citizens --Fukushima Minyu (November 2012, 11)
  29. ^ Iwaki City Disaster Countermeasures Weekly Report (PDF) --Iwaki City
  30. ^ Iwaki branch office --Naraha Town
  31. ^ Iwaki branch office --Tomioka Town
  32. ^ Iwaki Liaison Office --Okuma Town
  33. ^ Futaba Town Hall relocated to Iwaki City Mayor intends -"Nihon Keizai Shimbun(October 2012, 10, viewed May 3, 2013)
  34. ^ Iwaki branch office --Namie Town
  35. ^ Temporary housing start status (PDF) - Fukushima Prefecture
  36. ^ [Iwaki's property is full] Housing shortage is becoming more serious. - Fukushima private press
  37. ^ Is it a factor such as rising residential land in Iwaki and increased demand for evacuees? --Fukushima Minpo
  38. ^ Daisuke Yamada (January 2015, 1). “Business trip strawberry garden: Mainichi Shimbun Tokyo branch office visits today's Sugamo, PR party”.Mainichi Newspapers(Mainichi Shimbun)
  39. ^ "Kahoku Shimpo] November 2016, 6 "<Nuclear accident> Revival of the famous" Uni no kaiyaki ""
  40. ^ Marina --Fukushima Port Division (accessed August 2012, 8)
  41. ^ Iwaki City 25 City Tourism Exchange Population

References

  • Aerial view of Iwaki station city area - Geographical Survey Institute Map / aerial photo viewing service.The center of the Joban Line that crosses the screen is JR Iwaki Station (Taira Station at the time of shooting).National highway No. 6 crosses to the left and right slightly below in parallel, and intersects the prefectural road that extends from the station front to the Onahama area at the bottom of the screen.The Natsui River flows diagonally from the right on the screen.Paddy fields spread to the right of the center of the screen, but since the time of shooting (1975), urbanization has progressed.There is Iwaki-Taira Bicycle Racetrack slightly below the center of the screen.
  • Weekly Toyo Keizai "Urban Data Pack 2020 Edition" Toyo Keizai, 2020.

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