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To extend the corona intensive measures period

 
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In addition, as in Sapporo, the road is also a citizen who refrains from going out unnecessarily and urgently to Asahikawa City where nurses of the Ground Self-Defense Force were dispatched to the hospital where the infection has not stopped and the cluster is occurring today. I am considering calling to.
 

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Asahikawa

Asahikawa(Asahi Kawashi)HokkaidoNorth Central (Northern Hokkaido)Kamikawa General Promotion BureauBelongs toCity.Kamikawa BasinIt is spreading to.It is the location of the Promotion BureauSapporoIt has the second largest population in Hokkaido (about 2 people) afterCore cityIs[1].

Overview

Located in central Hokkaido,DohokuEconomic, industrial and cultural center of the city[2].National road,Railway lineBecomes the starting point ofhighwayIt is a base for logistics in Hokkaido, such as being maintained.[2] AndAsahikawa AirportHas direct flights to Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, etc.[2]. "International Conference Tourist CityIs certified as[3], Has more than 500 million tourist visitors annually[4].Asahikawa City Asahiyama ZooIs the northernmost part of Japan and one of the best in JapanZooIt has become.また、旭川にゆかりのあるAlso, there is a connection to AsahikawaLiterary,ArtistMany[5]In addition to outdoor sculptures being placed in various parts of the city (Asahikawa outdoor sculpture[5][6],Asahikawa furnitureWoodworking is flourishing[Note 1][8]. UNESCO OfDesign cityHas been certified by.

Origin of place name

In general, the name Asahikawa first appeared at the time of the announcement of the opening of the village on September 23, 9.[9][Note 2]It is said that, in reality, about 7 months before that, on February 23, 2, "Hokkaido Mainichi ShimbunThere is the following article published in.[10][Note 3]

<Full article>
Kamikawa RikyuName-Mr. Okabe (Yamamuro Kai) came to our company yesterday
"Of course, there should be a plea for each of the names of the Kamikawa Rikyu.
If it happens above the deep clouds of Kuju, it will be something that should be seen from the beginning.
But hisChubetsu in Kamikawa-gun should be Chuppt when following the Ainu pronunciation.
"Chiyup" means the sun, the sun, the east, etc., and "Pet" means the river.
Therefore, the name of the detached palace will be played using characters such as Asahikawa or Higashikawa.
It has the meaning of the old name and has a connection with the meaning of the Empire of Japan, etc.Isn't it appropriate? "
There is a discourse with
Whatever the rabbit used to be, the meaning of the sun, sun, east, etc. came to the holy world of the Meiji era.
Is it already settled in the land and business that should be built by building the palace pillar of Tianjin Nisetsu?

This article was written by the then Secretary of the Hokkaido Agency (and Tondenhei Headquarters)Takeshiro NagayamaOkabe Hoiku (Sergeant Master Sergeant, Tondenhei Headquarters), who reports directly to[Note 4]At the end of the previous year, a palace was set up in Kamikawa.Yamagata Aritomo CabinetHe talks about the name of the palace in a place where even the name of the village has not yet been decided since it was decided by the Cabinet.現在確認できる資料Materials that can be confirmed now[Note 5]This is the only one in which the name "Asahikawa" appears before the opening of the village.命名者の意図としてAs the name's intention"The meaning of the old name (Ainu place name) exists (has)andThere is a connection with the meaning of the Empire of Japan, etc. "The name "Asahikawa" means "Sun" = "Asahi" derived from the Ainu language and "Asahi" as a symbol of the Empire of Japan.Name to have togetherIt can be read that it was named as.
However, an article in the Hokkai newspaper dated September 9, the same year, telling the opening of Asahikawa.[Note 6]Etc. only convey the Ainu translation of the origin of the name.

In addition, "Chubetsu" in the article is the name of this area from before, and the translation of the Ainu etymology "Chiyuppet" spoken by Mr. Okabe was published the following year.Masamasa Nagata"Hokkaido Ezo language place name solution"[11] Chuppets Argument[12] Free translation described in[Note 7]It has almost the same meaning as.永田はNagataHakodate Prefectural Ordinance-Hokkaido GovernmentHe was an authoritative scholar at the time when he investigated the Ainu language place names of all roads at the behest of the scholarship.[13] Nagata's translation, which should have been, had already been made at this point in February.[Note 8]Therefore, there is a suspicion that this translation was created before the investigation.

Regarding the origin of the name "Asahikawa", the existence of this newspaper article has long been known to the city history editorial conference and local historians.[14] It was known in various fields, but its views, including Asahikawa City, have been fixed only to the Ainu language translation for many years, and are not directly related to place names.Chubetsu RiverEtymology[15][Note 9]There are many misunderstandings such as being confused as various theories.

Geography

Asahikawa is the largest in HokkaidobasinBecomeKamikawa BasinInIshikari River,Ushishubetsu River,Chubetsu River,Biei RiverLocated at the confluence of rivers such as[16]..Horonai Mountains in the western part of the cityTeshio mountain area, Arashiyama hills are connected from north to south[16], Ishikari River erodes the Horonai Mountains and forms the Kamuikotan Valley[16].Mt. Taisetsuzan systemThen.Ezo pika,Red fox,SquirrelYou can see animals such as. As "metamorphic rocks in Kamuikotan Valley"Top XNUMX geological features in JapanHas been selected[17]..市北部に比布丘陵、市東部に米飯山地が分布しているPippu hills are distributed in the northern part of the city, and rice and rice mountains are distributed in the eastern part of the city.[16].TotsushozanJapan's largest in (Toshozan)KatakuriThere is a community[18].

terrain

Mountain

Main mountain
  • Mt. Ino (533 m)
  • Tokiwayama (593 m)
  • Kamuiyama(799 m)
  • Kagura Mountain (493 m)
  • Kaguradake (583 m)
  • Marukoyama (896 m)
  • Rubeshibesan (859 m)
  • Mt. Asahi(296 m)
  • Kitoushiyama (457 m)
  • Rice Iiyama (920 m)
  • Kamimai Iiyama (623 m)
  • Shatekiyama(171 m)
  • Totsushozan (239 m)
  • Onito Ushiyama (379 m)
  • Mt. Takasago (464 m)
  • Tojiyama (625 m)
  • Poronaiyama (577 m)

River

Main river
  • Ishikari River
  • Ushishubetsu River
  • Chubetsu River
  • Biei River
  • Bebetsu River
  • Nagayamashin River
  • Osarappe River
  • Uchidaibe River
  • Kimkushhaishbetsu River
  • Toko River
  • Nagayama No. 3 river
  • Kamisui River
  • Oroen river
  • Uppets river
  • Pong river
  • Komata River diversion channel
  • Chikabumi Uchikawa
  • Inogawa
  • Okhotsunai River
  • Sakaekawa
  • Namba Tagawa
  • Sakuragawa
  • Kamiya River
  • South school river
  • Chikabumi Okhotsunai River
  • Atago Shinkawa
  • Etanbetsu River
  • No. XNUMX river
  • Namba Tagawa diversion channel
  • Akihabara Sawakawa
  • Rainy river
  • Kikita River
  • Pepan River
  • Nishisato River
  • West Hachigo River
  • Ponushibetsu River
  • Kuranuma River
  • Takukita River
  • Fifteenth river
  • Ponushibetsu River diversion channel
  • Paper second tributary
  • Yonka Suppe River
  • Chiyoga Okagawa
  • Komata River
  • Papern Third Tributary
  • Heishbetsu River
  • Ainu river
  • Nagayama No. XNUMX River

Lake

Main lake
  • Kamiya Dam

climate

In the Köppen climate classificationSubarctic humid climateBelong to.Kamikawa BasinTypical because it is located inInland climateIt has become[16]..気温のOf the temperatureAnnual rangeIt is characterized by a large difference in temperature because the temperature is 50 ° C or higher.[16],1902 (Meiji35 years)May 1Recorded -41.0 ℃, the lowest temperature ever observed at the Japanese meteorological office.[19][20],2021 (Reiwa3 years)May 8Recorded the highest temperature ever observed at 37.9 ℃[20]..Etanbetsu recorded a maximum temperature of 7 ° C on July 31 of the same year, which is the highest temperature ever observed in Hokkaido in July.[21]..降水量は年間1,000 mm程度となっているPrecipitation is about XNUMX mm per year[16]..降雪量は市内各地区によって違いがありThe amount of snowfall varies depending on each district in the city[22], Chuwa area and Shunkodai area observe about 30% more snowfall than Asahikawa Meteorological Observatory[22]..降雪量の平年値は北海道内でThe average amount of snowfall is in HokkaidoKutchan Town,IwamizawaAlthough the number next to is recorded[22], The deepest snow cover is not so large because there is relatively little snow[22].. 1年間に雪の降る日数は143.8日は日本国内で最も多いThe number of snowy days in a year is XNUMX, which is the highest in Japan.[23].

spring isMobile high pressureThere are many days covered with, and the days of mild weather continue, but the cold remains[24]..夏になるとIn summerOkhotsk Sea HighThere are some chilly days due to the influence ofRainy season frontTo the north ofPacific highThe temperature rises as the power of[24]..時折、雷を伴った強い雨が降ることもあるOccasionally it rains heavily with lightning[24]..秋は低気圧や前線が北海道付近を通るため、天気は周期的に変わるIn autumn, the weather changes periodically because low pressure systems and fronts pass near Hokkaido.[24]..昼と夜の気温の差が大きくなり、明け方頃に晴れているとWhen the temperature difference between day and night becomes large and it is sunny around dawnRadiation coolingDue to the phenomenon, the temperature may drop significantly and frost may occur or ice may form in the puddle.[24]..冬はIn winterSiberian high pressureThe power of the system is strengthened, a low pressure system advances into the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, and isobars run north and south.West High East LowIt becomes a winter type pressure distribution, and the temperature is below freezing and snowy days continue[24].

In recent years, even in Asahikawa city areaHeat island phenomenonIs believed to have a tendency to[25], The average temperature in the city has risen 30 degrees Celsius in 1.1 years[25]..The lowest temperature in winter falls below freezing to 25 degrees Celsius, which has decreased to about once every 10 years.On the other hand, in the winter of the Etanbetsu area in the suburbs, severe cold days continue even in modern times, and it is not uncommon for the temperature to record the lowest temperature in Japan on February 1, 30 due to the severe cold of around 2020 ° C below freezing. -2 ℃ is recorded[21].

Köppen climate classificationThen.Subarctic humid climate(Wet continental climate) (Dfb).

AsahikawaClimate of (Asahikawa Local Meteorological Observatory)
MonthOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberYears
Highest temperature record ° C (° F11.7
(53.1)
12.2
(54)
18.8
(65.8)
29.6
(85.3)
32.8
(91)
34.6
(94.3)
37.6
(99.7)
37.9
(100.2)
32.4
(90.3)
25.9
(78.6)
22.0
(71.6)
14.7
(58.5)
37.9
(100.2)
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F−3.3
(26.1)
−1.7
(28.9)
3.0
(37.4)
11.2
(52.2)
18.8
(65.8)
22.8
(73)
26.2
(79.2)
26.6
(79.9)
21.9
(71.4)
14.9
(58.8)
6.2
(43.2)
−0.8
(30.6)
12.2
(54)
Average daily temperature ° C (° F−7.0
(19.4)
−6.0
(21.2)
−1.4
(29.5)
5.6
(42.1)
12.3
(54.1)
17.0
(62.6)
20.7
(69.3)
21.2
(70.2)
16.4
(61.5)
9.4
(48.9)
2.3
(36.1)
−4.2
(24.4)
7.2
(45)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F−11.7
(10.9)
−11.8
(10.8)
−6.1
(21)
0.2
(32.4)
6.1
(43)
12.0
(53.6)
16.4
(61.5)
16.9
(62.4)
11.7
(53.1)
4.4
(39.9)
−1.5
(29.3)
−8.0
(17.6)
2.4
(36.3)
Minimum temperature record ° C (° F−41.0
(-41.8)
−38.3
(-36.9)
−34.1
(-29.4)
−19.0
(-2.2)
−7.1
(19.2)
−1.2
(29.8)
1.0
(33.8)
2.4
(36.3)
−1.8
(28.8)
−8.0
(17.6)
−25.0
(-13)
−30.0
(-22)
−41.0
(-41.8)
Precipitation amount mm (inch)66.9
(2.634)
54.7
(2.154)
55.0
(2.165)
48.5
(1.909)
66.6
(2.622)
71.4
(2.811)
129.5
(5.098)
152.9
(6.02)
136.3
(5.366)
105.8
(4.165)
114.5
(4.508)
102.4
(4.031)
1,104.4
(43.48)
Snowfall cm (inch)125
(49.2)
97
(38.2)
80
(31.5)
15
(5.9)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
2
(0.8)
82
(32.3)
158
(62.2)
557
(219.3)
Average days of precipitation (≥0.5mm)22.218.618.614.212.110.811.611.914.216.921.425.1197.6
Average number of snowfall days (≥0 cm)30.226.52613.81.600003.320.330.1151.5
(I.e.82787366677377797979808376
Average monthlyDaylight hours75.396.1141.3169.5197.4176.5159.8154.6144.7125.967.358.11,566.5
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency (Average value: 1991-2020, extreme value: 1888-present)[26][27]
Asahikawa (Asahikawa Local Meteorological Observatory) 1961–1990 Average Climate
MonthOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberOctoberYears
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F−4.3
(24.3)
−3.0
(26.6)
2.0
(35.6)
10.5
(50.9)
17.9
(64.2)
22.3
(72.1)
25.9
(78.6)
26.2
(79.2)
21.1
(70)
14.1
(57.4)
5.7
(42.3)
−0.8
(30.6)
11.5
(52.7)
Average daily temperature ° C (° F−8.4
(16.9)
−7.7
(18.1)
−2.5
(27.5)
5.0
(41)
11.6
(52.9)
16.4
(61.5)
20.4
(68.7)
20.9
(69.6)
15.3
(59.5)
8.5
(47.3)
1.8
(35.2)
−4.2
(24.4)
6.4
(43.5)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F−13.4
(7.9)
−13.2
(8.2)
−7.5
(18.5)
−0.1
(31.8)
5.7
(42.3)
11.2
(52.2)
15.8
(60.4)
16.5
(61.7)
10.5
(50.9)
3.6
(38.5)
−1.8
(28.8)
−8.1
(17.4)
1.6
(34.9)
Source: Science Chronology
Changes in average temperature
Changes in maximum temperature, minimum temperature, and humidity
Average maximum temperature
Maximum temperature (maximum value)
Maximum temperature (minimum value)
Average minimum temperature
Minimum temperature (minimum value)
Minimum temperature (maximum value)
Days of each class
Changes in average humidity[Note 10]
Source: Japan Meteorological Agency[28]

population

SapporoIt is the second largest city in Hokkaido after Hokkaido, andTohoku regionSapporo City for a long time, includingSendai cityIt was the city with the third largest population after the second, but the population decline accelerated in the beginning of the 3s, and in 2010IwakiHas been overtaken by[29]..Due to the merger of the surrounding 6 towns and villages in the middle of the Showa era and the concentration of population in urban areas, the population continued to increase until around 1985 (Showa 60), but after leveling off, 2000 (12). ) Has been on a downward trend[30]..In recent yearsUrban populationHasn't decreased that muchHigashi Kagura Town,Higashikawa TownAdjacenttown Bed townBecause the population is increasing as (Donut phenomenon), The decline in the city population is accelerating.

Demography01204.svg
Population distribution by age in Asahikawa City and the whole country (2005)Asahikawa City's population distribution by age and gender (2005)
Purple-Asahikawa
Green-All over Japan
Blue-male
Red-female

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

Disappearing village

According to the 2015 Census, the following villages have a population of 0 at the time of the survey:Disappearing villageHas become[31].

  • 旭川市 - 字近文六線、字近文五線4号、字近文五線5号、工業団地二条、工業団地三条、工業団地四条、工業団地五条、緑台、東鷹栖十四線21号、東鷹栖十四線22号、東鷹栖十三線24号、東鷹栖十二線23号,東鷹栖十一線24号、東鷹栖十一線14号、東鷹栖十線18号、東鷹栖四線10号、江丹別町清水

Adjacent municipality

Kamikawa General Promotion Bureau
Sorachi General Promotion Bureau

History

See "Overview of Asahikawa City Ayumi"[32]

History

Administration

Government office

  • Asahikawa City Hall
    • General Government Building, Second Government Building, Third Government Building, Kamuikotan Branch, Etanbetsu Branch, Nagayama Branch, Higashi Asahikawa Branch, Kagura Branch, Nishikagura Branch, Higashitakasu Branch, Kamuikotan Branch, Arashiyama Branch, Yonehara Branch

Mayor

Successive mayors

See "Mayors of Japan"[41]

NameTerm of officeTerm
Election
First -2Hisashi Iwata1923 (Taisho 12) December 6- 1928 (Showa 3) January 102
3Chiharu Okuda1929 February 4 (Showa 6)-December 20 1933 (Showa 8)1
41933 February 8 (Showa 6)-December 28 1936 (Showa 11)1
5Hide Inoue1936 (Showa 11) July 9- 1938 (Showa 13) January 111
6 - 71939 (Showa 14) July 3- 1946 (Showa 21) January 112
Public election
First1947 February 22 (Showa 4)-December 5 1947 (Showa 22)1
21947 February 22 (Showa 6)-December 11 1951 (Showa 26)1
3Bando Kotaro1951 February 26 (Showa 4)-December 25 1955 (Showa 30)1
4 - 5Yozo Maeno1955 February 30 (Showa 4)-December 30 1963 (Showa 38)2
6 - 8Hirozo Igarashi1963 February 38 (Showa 4)-December 30 1974 (Showa 49)3
91974 February 49 (Showa 11)-December 17 1978 (Showa 53)1
10 - 13Toru Bando1978 53 May (Showa 11)-17 January 19944
14 - 16Koichi Sugawara1994 February 6, 11-February 17, 20063
17 - 20Masahito Nishikawa2006 (18) November 11-17 (Reiwa 2021) August 34
21Kansuke Imazu2021 (Reiwa 3nd year) October 9st-1

Citizen's Charter / City Declaration

Citizen's Charter

We take pride and responsibility in being citizens of Asahikawa City, and let's put up this charter and strive to make Asahikawa better.

1. Work well and create a fun family.
1. Be kind and create a warm society.
1. Follow the rules and create a bright city.
1. Love nature and create a beautiful city.
1. Foster a culture and create a rich hometown.

— Established on July 35, 9[42]

City declaration

  • Declaration of a safe city (decision of the assembly on February 37, 2)
  • Peace City Declaration (Notification on May 58, 5)
  • Healthy City Declaration (October 2, 10 Declaration)
  • Declaration of longevity city (decision of the assembly on March 10, 3)

Parliament

City council

See "Asahikawa City Council Page"[43]

Prefectural assembly

Member of the Hokkaido Assembly (elected by Asahikawa City)

Asahikawa City alone has one constituency (Asahikawa City constituency), and the fixed number is 1 people[44].

  • Togoku trunk (Liberal Democratic Party, Dominkai, 5th term)
  • Tashin Azumi (Liberal Democratic Party, Dominkai, 2nd term)
  • Nobuhisa Terashima (Komeito, 1st term)
  • Kaoru Kasagi (Democracy / People's Union / First Term)
  • Noriko Mashita(Japanese Communist Party, 5th term)
  • Masakado Matsumoto (Democracy / People's Union / First term)

House of Representatives

Member of the House of Representatives
ConstituencyRepresentative nameParty nameNumber of winsRemarks
Hokkaido 6th Ward(Asahikawa City,Shibetsu,Nayoro,Furano, Excluding Horokanai TownKamikawa General Promotion Bureau(In the jurisdiction)Togoku trunkLDP1Constituency

National agency

Government office

Cabinet Office

  • National Police AgencyHokkaido Police Information and Communication Department Asahikawa Area Information and Communication Department

Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications

  • Hokkaido District Administrative Evaluation Bureau Asahikawa Administrative Monitoring Administrative Counseling Center

Ministry of Justice

Ministry of Finance

Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

  • Hokkaido Labor Bureau
    • Asahikawa Labor Standards Inspection Office
    • Asahikawa Public Employment Security Office (Hello Work Asahikawa)

Ministry of Agriculture

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Ministry of Defense

裁判 所

Road agency

Incorporated administrative agencies, local incorporated administrative agencies, special public corporations, etc.

Independent administrative agency

Local independent administrative corporation

Special corporation, etc.

Facility

Policemen

Headquarters
Police station

Fire

Headquarters
Fire department
  • Minami Fire Department, Midorigaoka Branch Office, Kagura Branch Office, Toyooka Branch Office, Higashi Asahikawa Branch Office, Chuwa Branch Office
  • Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Center Core Facility (Toko Branch Office)
  • Kita Fire Department, Shin-Asahikawa Branch, Harumitsu Branch, Nagayama Branch, Nishi-Kagura Branch, Chikabumi Branch, Higashitakasu Branch

Medical

Main hospital

post office

Collection and delivery post office

Cultural facility

public facility

Multipurpose facility

Exercise facility

gymnasium

Park facility

Foreign relations

Sister city/affiliated city

Overseas

sister city
Friendship city
More

Domestic

sister city
Partner city

Economy

Asahikawa cityImperial Japanese ArmySeventh DivisionThe economic and industrial base will be established due to the impact of the relocation[52], Agriculture:IncludingGroceries,paper-pulpSuch asManufacturing industryAs a core industry[53], Northern Hokkaido due to geographical conditions (Dohoku,Okhotsk)ofCommercial,logisticsIs the base of[53].. Also,Medical,Education,cultureUrban functions such as are concentrated[53].

For workers by industry,Tertiary industryThe highest percentage is about 80% of the total[53], The ratio of food manufacturing industry is the highest in terms of shipment value of manufactured goods, etc.[53]..In Asahikawa City, many rivers flow through the city, and Mt. Taisetsuzan-type snowmelt waterUnderground waterWe are making effective use of water resources in various industries because we are benefiting from[52].

Primary industry

Paddy rice acreage and yield ranking are both in HokkaidoIwamizawaIt is second only to[54],BuckwheatThe planted area is in HokkaidoHorokanai Town,FukagawaIt is the third place after[55]..Also, abundant water resources and good qualityRiceBesides being brewed by[56], In the Asahikawa areaFurniture,wood, Wood products (Woodware) Is concentrated[57].

Agriculture:

Agricultural cooperative
  • Kamikawa Production Agricultural Cooperative Association (JA Kamikawa Production Federation)[58]
  • Asahikawa Agricultural Cooperative(JA Asahikawa)
  • Taisetsu Agricultural Cooperative (JA Taisetsu)[59]
  • Higashi Asahikawa Agricultural Cooperative (JA Higashi Asahikawa)[60]
  • Higashikagura Agricultural Cooperative (JA Higashikagura)[61]
  • HokurenAsahikawa Branch, Asahikawa Chicken Egg Distribution Center, Asahikawa Lifestyle General Office
  • Hokkaido Central Agricultural Mutual Aid Association (NOSAI Central Hokkaido) Sk Management Promotion Office, Kamikawa Central Branch, Central Livestock Clinic[62]

forestry

Forestry cooperative
  • Cooperative Asahikawa Woodworking Center[63]
  • Asahikawa City Forestry Association[64]

Secondary industry

Industrial

Industrial agglomeration area (industrial park)
Industrial cooperative
  • Asahikawa Furniture Industry Cooperative[65]
  • Asahikawa Fish Vegetable Commercial Cooperative[66]
  • Asahikawa Regional Automobile Maintenance Cooperative[67]
  • Asahikawa Industrial Park Cooperative[68]
  • Asahikawa General Iron Works Complex Cooperative[69]
  • Dohoku Electric Works Cooperative[70]
  • Asahikawa City Pipework Cooperative[71]
  • Asahikawa Boring Industry Cooperative[72]
  • Asahikawa Regional Left Government Industrial Cooperative[73]
  • Asahikawa Information Industry Business Cooperative[74]
  • Asahikawa Printing Bookbinding Industry Cooperative[75]

Tertiary industry

Commercial

Shopping center
supermarket
  • Dohoku Arcs (Arcs Group)
    • Western Kawabata
    • Western Powers (in Powers)
    • Super Arcs Western Kita Saito
    • Super Arcs Nishi Kagura
    • Super Arcs Pulp Town
    • Super Arcs Toko
    • Super Arcs Toyooka 3 Jo
    • Best price Kamei Higashi store
    • Best price Kamiya store
    • Best Price Rokugo
    • Best Price Suehiro Higashi Store
    • Best Price 10 Jodori
    • Best price Toyooka Chuo store
    • Best Price Minami 6jo Dori
    • Best Price Nagayama Chuo Store
    • Best Price Higashi Asahikawa
    • Ralse Mart Toyooka store
    • Super Chain Fuji Harukodai Store
    • Super Chain Fuji Suehiro 5 Jo
    • Super chain Fuji Shintomi store
    • Super Chain Fuji Nagayama Nishi Store
  • Consumers' Co-op SapporoAsahikawa district
    • Harumitsu store
    • Toko store
    • Shena store
    • Kagura store
    • Chuwa store
    • 4th Street Store
    • Twin Harp store
  • Daiichi
    • West store
    • Toko store
    • Suehiro store
    • Higashi Asahikawa store
    • Asahimachi store
    • Nijodori store
    • Hanasaki store
  • Hokuren Shoji
    • Hokuren Shop Chuwa Store
    • Hokuren Shop Harukodai Store
    • Hokuren Shop Toko
    • Hokuren Shop Toyooka
  • Trial company
    • Super Center Trial Kagura
    • Super Center Trial Nagayama
  • AEON Hokkaido(AEON Group)
    • The bigMiyamae Dori store
    • The Big Midorigaoka store
    • The Big Amor Store (inside Amor Shopping Center)
Cooperative
  • Asahikawa Insert Advertising Cooperative[77]
  • Asahikawa Sake Sales Cooperative[78]
  • Asahikawa Hotel Ryokan Cooperative[79]
  • Asahikawa Welfare Co-op[80]
  • Asahikawa Lawyer Cooperative[81]
  • Asahikawa Local Private Taxi Cooperative[82]
  • Asahikawa Individual Taxi Association[83]
  • Akabou Hokkaido Light Vehicle Transportation Cooperative Asahikawa Branch

Financial institution

bank

  • Mizuho BankAsahikawa branch
  • North Pacific BankAsahikawa Central Branch / Taisetsudori Branch, Harumitsu Branch / Asahikawa Kita Branch, Nagayama Central Branch / Nagayama Kita Branch, Toyooka Branch, Kagura Branch
  • Hokkaido BankAsahikawa Branch / Kagura Branch, Toyooka Branch / Ginza Dori Branch, Nagayama Branch, Omachi Branch
  • Hokuriku BankAsahikawa branch
  • Akita BankAsahikawa branch

Cooperative financial institution

Securities company

logistics

  • Yamato TransportNorthern Hokkaido branch
    • AEON MALL Asahikawa station square branch office
    • Asahikawa station square center
    • Asahikawa Asahimachi Center
    • Station East Center
    • Station West Center
    • Asahikawa Akira Center
    • Asahikawa Suehiro Center
    • Kagura Center
    • Nagayama Center
    • Asahikawa Distribution Complex Center
    • Toko Center
  • Sagawa ExpressAsahikawa Sales Office

Companies based

Order of the Japanese syllabary

Telecommunications

Mass media

Newspaper company

Industry papers, free papers, video production companies, etc.

News agency

Broadcaster

tv set
radio

Life base

life line

Electrical

Tel

  • NTT East-Hokkaido Hokkaido North Branch

gas

Water and sewerage

Education

University

National
private
communication

Junior college

private

College of technology

Vocational school

high school

Prefectural
private
communication

Junior high school

primary school

National school

Special school

  • Hokkaido Asahikawa Blind School
  • Hokkaido Asahikawa School for the Disabled
  • Hokkaido Asahikawa Deaf School

Facilities other than school education

  • Small Business CollegeAsahikawa school
  • Asahikawa Senior University[87]
  • Asahikawa Citizen's Agricultural University[88]
  • Hokkaido Vocational Ability Development Promotion Center Asahikawa Training Center (Polytech Center Asahikawa)
  • Hokkaido Prefectural Asahikawa College of Technology
  • Asahikawa Architectural Higher Vocational Training School
  • Asahikawa Plasterer Higher Vocational Training School
  • Hokkaido Carpenter Training School
  • Hokkaido Kumiai Driving School
  • Hanasaki Driving School
  • North Engineering Garden Motor School
  • Yamazoe Automobile Academy
  • Kyoritsu Driving School

Transportation

Air route

空港

Train

Railway line

All existing passenger trains are on JR Hokkaido lines.Limited express trains connect Sapporo and Asahikawa in an hour and a half at a frequency of one or two trains per hour.

Hokkaido passenger railway(JR Hokkaido)
Japan Freight Railway(JR Freight)Hokkaido branch

The route that once existed

Asahikawa Electric Orbit
  • Higashi Asahikawa Line
    • Asahikawa Shijo Station --Asahikawa Oiwake Station --Graveyard Mae Station --Atago Station --XNUMX-chome Station --Higashi Asahikawa Station --XNUMX-chome Station --Asahiyama Park Station
  • Higashikawa Line
    • Asahikawa Shijo Station --Asahikawa Oiwake Station --Chiyoda Station --Kannon Station --Kyoei Station --Higashikawa Station

bus

Transit Bus

City line
Suburban line

Express Bus

Intercity bus

Taxi

Classified as "Hokkaido B district" in "Automatically licensed fares for general passenger car transportation business (taxi)" by the Hokkaido District Transport Bureau[92]..The business area is Asahikawa transportation area.

  • Asahikawa Individual Taxi / Four Stars Association[93]
  • Asahikawa Local Private Taxi Cooperative[82]
  • Asahikawa Individual Taxi Association[83]

道路

The main road that runs through the cityScenic Byway"Heavy snow / Furano route", heavy snow --Furano --" connecting TokachiHokkaido Garden Road"It has become[94][95].

highway

National road

Road

Prefectural road

Road Station

Tourism

Cultural property

See "Designated / Registered Cultural Properties in Asahikawa City"[96]

Country designation

Country registration

  • Tangible cultural property
    • Kamikawa warehouse group
    • Asaden Harumitsu Maintenance Factory (former XNUMXth Division Cavalry XNUMXth Regiment Covering Ground)
    • Matsuoka family housing
    • Hajime Isayama Kogishi Temple Main Hall
    • Former Okada Residence (Main House / Kura)
    • Yamazakiya Residence

Road designation

City designation

  • Tangible cultural property
    • Kamikawa-gun Agricultural Experiment Station Office Building (Chubetsuta Station Ekiteijo Bieisha)
    • Nagayama Tondenhei-Asahikawa City Museum
    • Sericulture private house
    • Former Kamuikotan Station Building
    • Asahikawa Hyomura Company Record and Tonden Story Original Drawing --Asahikawa Hyomura Memorial Hall
    • Ax pattern excavated from 5 Nishikimachi ruins --Asahikawa City Museum
    • Warabitetou-Asahikawa City Museum
    • XNUMXth Division Relationship Record- Japan Ground Self-Defense ForceAsahikawa stationBeizhen Memorial Hall
    • Yukie Chiri Manuscript Note-Asahikawa City Museum
    • Asahikawa Hyomura Company Record (Addition) --Asahikawa Hyomura Memorial Hall
  • Historic site
  • Natural treasure

Selection

See "Asahikawa in Asahikawa City Handbook Ranking"[23]

Sights and historic sites

Main shrine
Main temple

Nearby Tourist Spots

Park / campsite
Golf course / ski resort

Culture/Specialty

Festivals and events

Held "International Furniture Design Fair Asahikawa" (IFDA ASAHIKAWA) every three years from 1990 (Heisei 2)[106], "Asahikawa Sculpture Festa" has been held since 2000 (Heisei 12)[107].

Specialty/Special product

It is one of the leading rice fields in Japan, and in the suburbs there is a rural landscape with heavy snow mountains in the background.[112].. Mt. Taisetsuzan連峰に源を発しているOriginating from the Mt. Taisetsuzan mountain rangeUnderground water Rice fieldMoisturizebasinThe unique temperature differenceRiceIncreasingly delicious[112]..さらに、冷涼な気候は病害虫の発生が少ないので農薬の散布量も比較的少なくて済む利点があるIn addition, the cool climate has the advantage that the amount of pesticides sprayed is relatively small because the outbreak of pests is low.[112].. In 1891 (Meiji 24)Tun TianbingSake brewing has started from the year of settlement[113], 1996 (Heisei 8)Taisetsu BeerWas born[100]..江丹別地域を中心にMainly in the Etanbetsu areaBuckwheatCultivation is thrivingEtan Betsu SobaIs famous[114].Asahikawa Ramen TheHokkaido Heritage"Ramen in HokkaidoIt is one of thenoodlesUsing[115]..粉をこねるときに加える水が少ないことでスープをよく吸ってSuck the soup well because less water is added when kneading the powderwheatIt becomes a noodle with a good texture that feels the scent of[115]..米と同様に良い水に恵まれていることが麺の要因となっているBlessed with good water like rice is a factor of noodles[115]..また、かつて養豚業が盛んであったことからAlso, because the pig farming industry was once thriving.Salt hormone,Pig ToroIs said to be the birthplace of Asahikawa[52][116].

Local gourmetMainly provided in Asahikawa and Sorachi districtsSoba noodles, As if adding rice balls and hot dogs and dividing by 2Jundog[117], Squid legs sprinkled with potato starch and friedGeso bowl[118], Half of the chicken was unglazed over charcoalShinko-yakiThere is[119][120].ConfectioneryThen Ichihisa Mochidokoro Daifukudo, Umeya, Kyosei Confectionery (Asahi beans), Mitsuha Confectionery (Kitakari), Takahashi Confectionery, Tsuboya Sohonten,Donkey confectioneryand so on[121].

Asahikawa furnitureHas been making furniture with excellent functionality and design in its history of more than 100 years, and is exhibiting at trade fairs outside Japan.[122].

Sports

baseball
サ ッ カ ー
volleyball

Public competition

Horse racing

Origin/related celebrities

Various awards

Honorary citizen

  • (Politician, former member of the Asahikawa City Council)
  • Bando Kotaro(Politician. Former Asahikawa Ward / City Council member, Former House of Representatives member, Former Mayor of Asahikawa)
  • (Politician. Former Asahikawa city council member, former Hokkaido council member, former Asahikawa mayor)
  • Hirozo Igarashi(Politician, former member of the House of Representatives, former mayor of Asahikawa)
  • Toru Bando(Politician. Former Mayor of Asahikawa, Former member of Asahikawa City Council)

Asahikawa City Meritorious Person

  • Iwataro Otani(Politician. Asahikawa village president, Asahikawa town council member, Asahikawa city pioneer meritorious person)

Asahikawa City Contribution Award

Asahikawa Citizen's Honor Award

Asahikawa City Cultural Award

Asahikawa Newcomer Encouragement Award

Honor

Asahikawa City Special Award

Asahikawa Tourism Ambassador

Native celebrity

TaiziIs Asahikawa Tourism Ambassador

Politics / administration / economy / military

Politics

Administration

Economy

Military

Academic / Education / Culture

Academic

Education

  • Sadao Nomata --Former President of Nomata Gakuen, Former Hakodate City Council Member
  • Kazuko Watanabe --Chairman of Notre Dame Seishin Gakuen

culture

Performing arts, popular music, media

Entertainment

Popular music

Media

athlete

Fighting sports

Athletics

Ball skills

Winter sports

More

Asahikawa City symbol character "Asappi"

2010 (HeiseiIt was born in the 22th anniversary of the opening of Asahikawa City in 120).[126]..旭橋のベルトや旭川ラーメンのフリンジなど旭川の特徴を取り入れIncorporating Asahikawa features such as Asahibashi belts and Asahikawa ramen fringes[126], Has become a character wishing for "happy" in "Asahikawa"[126].

Person with connection

Political / economic / military / social activities

  • Takeshiro Nagayama --Former member of the House of Lords, former Secretary of the Hokkaido Agency, Army soldier
  • Michitoshi Iwamura - politician.元北海道庁長官、元鹿児島県令、元沖縄県令、元佐賀県令Former Hokkaido Agency Secretary, Former Kagoshima Prefectural Ordinance, Former Okinawa Prefectural Ordinance, Former Saga Prefectural Ordinance
  • Hideyo Sasaki - politician.元衆議院議員、元運輸大臣Former member of the House of Representatives, former Minister of Transport
  • Yoshio Shirai - engineer.元FormerHino MotorsPresident, formerToyota TsushoVice-president
  • Hisamitsu Sugano - politician.元参議院議員Former member of the House of Councilors
  • Masanori Kawata - politician.元衆議院議員Former member of the House of Representatives
  • Hiroshi Asakawa - Businessman.元衆議院議員Former member of the House of Representatives
  • Roichi Hayashi - politician.元衆議院議員Former member of the House of Representatives
  • Mineharu Sakai - Businessman.元白虎隊士Former Byakkotai
  • Iwataro Otani --Businessman, politician, former Asahikawa village president, former Asahikawa town council member
  • Theodor von Lerch --Austro-Hungarian Army Soldier
  • Fumiko Sano --Social activist

Academic/Culture

Performing arts, popular music, media

More

Works set in Asahikawa

Location shooting"Asahikawa Regional Film Commission" (Asahikawa FC) has been established as a contact point for[127].

literature

Novel
Poetry
essay

Comic

ア ニ メ ー シ ョ ン

movies

Drama

Music

footnote

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注 釈

  1. ^ Asahikawa furniture is a general term for furniture manufactured by manufacturers in Asahikawa City and its suburbs.[7].
  2. ^ On September 29, 9, Asahikawa City first appeared as a village name in the notification of the opening of the village, saying that there was doubt. I deleted the sentence from HP.
  3. ^ In the history of Shin-Asahikawa City, this newspaper article is described as three months before the opening of the village, but it is a clear mistake.
  4. ^ The maiden name is Yamamuro.Although he was a soldier, he was a member of the Hokkaido Alumni Association, was familiar with the Ainu language, and contributed to newspapers and alumni association magazines.Masamasa NagataIt is said that he had a close friendship with him.
  5. ^ The actual newspaper can be viewed at the Asahikawa Central Library.
  6. ^ The exhibition can be viewed at the Asahikawa City Museum, which is owned by the Municipal Hakodate Library.The same name paper published in Hakodate in 22, not the Hokkai newspaper published in Sapporo.An article that summarizes the four villages, including Numakai Village, Kamei Village, and Nagayama Village, which opened at the same time.
  7. ^ Chupupetsu Higashikawa "Chupukapetu" is the same as the water source of this river.明治二三年旭川村ヲ置クIn the XNUMXrd year of the Meiji era, Asahikawa Village
  8. ^ In fact, Okabe (Yamamuro) also contributed a similar translation of Chuppet to the 1th issue of "Hokkaido" published by the Hokkaido Alumni Association published on January 30th.
  9. ^ Chiri Masashi"Chu Pep" (wave / river) theoryShuzo YamadaThe "Chop Pep" (Autumn / River) theory is a typical example, but these merely pointed out that the etymology and interpretation of "Chop Pep" for the Chubetsu River by Hosei Nagata was incorrect. It is not claimed to be derived from the place name.
  10. ^ The following figures are not stated due to lack of data "2000 (80%)"
  11. ^ On the first floorAEON Hokkaido tenantIs included as[76].
  12. ^ The airport manager is Asahikawa City.空港ターミナルビルはThe airport terminal buildingHigashi Kagura TownIt is in[89].
  13. ^ The location isTakasu TownHowever, the operation and management is carried out by Asahikawa City.

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