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📊 | Seiko Mart raises prices of PB juice and rice balls 6-7.5%


Photo Secoma (Sapporo City) has raised the price of 7% private brand (PB) juice and rice balls cooked in the store from July 4th at the convenience store "Seiko Mart".

Seiko Mart raises prices of PB juice and rice balls 6-7.5%

 
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    Ibaraki

    Characters contained in this item"Thorn'It is,operating system,ブ ラ ウ ザThe display varies depending on the environment such as.

    Ibaraki(Ibaraki Ken,British: Ibaraki Prefecture) IsJapan OfKanto regionに 位置 す るPrefecture.Prefectural office location TheMito.

    Capital AreaConfigurePrefecture populationIs the 11st place in Japan,areaIs the 24th place in Japan.

    Overview

    Located in the northeastern part of the Kanto region, the originalHitachi countryIn the whole area and in the Meiji periodChibaTransferred fromShimosaSarushima-gun-Yuki-gun-Toyota-gun-OkadaThe entire area ofSoma-gun-Katsushika-Katori-gunIt consists of a part of. The population of the prefecture2,843,034(July 2022, 7), accounting for about 1% of Japan's total population,ShizuokaIt is the 11th place in the whole country after.The area is6,094km2(Kasumigaura-Kitaura-Ushikunuma-HinumaIf you do not include5,874.20km2), accounting for about 1.6% of the country. The number of municipalities in the prefecture44There are 32 cities, 7 counties, and below that there are 10 towns and 2 villages.2008In degreesPrefecture gross productIs 11 billion yen[2].

    The connections between regions in the prefecture are weak, and the northern part of the prefecture isHitachi CityIndustrialization progressed,The Pacific Ocean,Yamizo MountainsForm a lush green area. In the central part of the prefecture, the prefectural office is located in Mito City,Omitama CityToIbaraki AirportIs placed,Hitachinaka CityIs being industrialized.In the eastern part of the prefectureKashima City-Kamisu CityThen.Kashima Seaside Industrial AreaAnd has been industrialized. The western part of the prefectureKanto PlainIt is an inland region centered on agriculture, which corresponds to the central part of. The southern part of the prefectureTsukuba Science CityIs maintained,Tokyo Ward OfBed townAsNew townIt is an area where development has been advanced.

    Name

    Origin

    "Ibaraki" used for the prefecture name isKunitori-ri systemPlaced in the eraIbaraki-gunIt is derived from. The name itself of "Ibaraki" is "Hitachi Country Culture], in the preface to the same noteHitachi country6 Kuni placed before establishment (Shinji-Tsukuba-Ibaraki-Naga-Kuji-Many) Looks like one. It is said that Ibaraki-gun was established by following Ibaraki when it was established.[3].

    In the Ibaraki-Gunjo of "Hitachi Kokudo-ki", the following two narratives are cited as the origin of the name "Ibaraki". One is the minister (Many) The family's Muro Kurosaka hunts down the indigenous banditsThornIt is said to have been destroyed by using. In another story, Kurosaka Mitsui built a castle on a thorn to protect people from bandits. These are allYamato administrationIt is often seen as a story of origin that entrusted the heroes with the expansion of their power, and the actual origin is unknown. Apart from the above story,ThornThere is also a theory that it is referred to as a "region where (thorns/thorns) have grown"[3].

    "Wanasho], "Ibaraki Township" exists especially in this Ibaraki county. This Ibaraki Township hometownIshiokaThe theory of Ibaraki (baraki) is influential.KokufuAnd in Ibaraki-gunGungeIt is also a political center presumed to have been placed. Also in the vicinityIbaraki RuinsI have a book called "Ibarakiji" from (Baraki Hajijito)EarthenwareIt is known that "Ibaraki" was written as "Ibaraki" in the old days.[3].

    Meiji RestorationAfter thatAbandoned Domain"Ibaraki Prefecture" was not established at the initial stage of. Immediately after that, when the prefectures were integrated, Ibaraki Prefecture was established with the main body consisting of 6 prefectures, Mito, Matsuoka, Shishido, Kasama, Shimodate, and Shimotsuma. This is because Ibaraki-gun to which Mito belonged was adopted as the prefecture name, but what did not become "Mito prefecture"Mito DomainIt is alleged that his contribution to the new government was not recognized.Around MitoRitual systemNot in Ibaraki-gun at that timeNaka-gunBelonged toTaiko Inspection SiteWas transferred to Ibaraki-gun at[3].

    The character of "Ibaraki" in "Ibaraki Prefecture" isPrefecturesAs the onlyOutside Kanji fontWas (of "thorn"foot(The part is correct for "two missing" instead of "next")[Note 1]But in 2010Common kanjiIt has been changed to a kanji for common use.

    reading

    The prefecture name "Ibaraki" is now "IbarakiIs read."OsakaIbaraki CityIs also "Ibaraki", but both are often "Ibaraki" as well.IbaragiIs likely to be misread[4].. On the other hand, the prefecture name also includes "castle"MiyagiInRendakuByDull soundIs different from this prefecture[Note 2].. As for historical reading, in the "Wanasho" about the predecessor Ibaraki-gun, "Miwa Yoshiki"[5], Of "Hitachi-Koku Fudoki"Tempo10 years(1839) The book says "Ubaraki"Pseudonym readingIs shaken[3].. The current reading “Ibaraki” is a transliteration of this “Ubaraki”.

    Geography/Region

    RegionAs a division,Kanto region,Capital Area,North Kanto,East Kanto,Tokyo areaEtc. EastThe Pacific OceanAnd the north isFukushima(Tohoku region), westTochigiandSaitama, SouthChibaContact with.

    The prefecture has the 24th largest area in Japan, but since it is rich in flat land including the Kanto Plain, it is a habitable area[Note 3]Will be the 4th place nationwide[7].

    Large terrain

    Mountainous landforms
    The northern third of the prefecture is mountainous. hereTohoku regionTo the Pacific side from Ibaraki to the northAbukuma MountainsIt corresponds to the southern end of (Abukuma Highlands). The whole areaNakagawa,Kuji RiverDepending on the riverDissectionIs progressing through the area between the Naka River and the Kuji River.Yamizo Mountains, The area between Kuji River and Satogawa (tributary of Kuji River)Kuji MountainsOn the east side of SatogawaTaga Mountains[8]Calling[9].
    The Yamizo Mountains run north-south in the northwestern part of the prefecture, bordering Tochigi Prefecture. At the northwest end of the prefecture's highest peakYamizoyama(Altitude 1022 meters) is the prefectural border of Fukushima Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture, and Tochigi Prefecture. It may be divided into several mountain masses bordering a river that flows east and west after eroding the Yamizo Mountains. Torinoko) Mountain mass,JR EastMito LineIt is called a chicken foot massif whose southern limit is the lowlands where it runs.to thisMt. Tsukubasan,KabayamaCentered onMt. Tsukubasan(Mt. Tsukubasan chunk, Tsukuba mountain range) may be included in the Yamizo mountains[9].
    The Kuji Mountains are located between the Kuji River in the west and the Sato River in the east (a tributary of the Kuji River). This mountainous region is steep because the east-west width is narrower and the altitude is higher toward the north. Tsukii Pass that shorts the northern part from east to west[Note 4]It has long been regarded as an important transportation hub. Under this passFukuroda FallsIt is a tourist destination that represents the prefecture. The main peak of this mountainMt. Nantaisan(Elevation 653.7 meters)[9].
    The Taga Mountains are wider toward the north and have a gentle plateau. The watershed is biased toward Satogawa on the west side, and on the east sideOkita River, Hananuki River, Touo River (Ryozu River), etc. enter to form a valley.[9].
    Water system
    Flowing in the prefectureFirst-class riverToTone River,Nakagawa,Kuji RiverThere is a Pacific (Kashima Nada).
    A tributary of the Tone River system as a major riverKinugawa,Kokai RiverFlows from north to south in the western part of the prefecture[7].. The lower reaches of the Tone River where these mergeKatori seaと 呼 ば れ るInland seaIs formed,KasumigauraEtc. are considered to be the remnants of that.Kasumigaura may be divided into Nishiura, Kitaura, Sotonami Sakaura, etc.[Note 5].. In addition to thisUshikunuma,HinumaThere are freshwater lakes, etc.[7].
    The main tributaries of the Tone River are Kinugawa, Kokaigawa,Shin Tone River,Sakuragawa.. other than thisEdogawa,,Gongendo RiverIs part of the border between Ibaraki and Chiba/Saitama prefectures,Watarase RiverIs part of the prefectural border between Ibaraki and Tochigi prefectures.
    Second-class riveras,Okita River,and so on. Detail isList of secondary water systems in Ibaraki prefecturereference.
    Plains
    From the central part of the prefecture to the southKanto PlainHas become part of. The whole areaJoso PlainSometimes called[7].. In addition, the entire area of ​​Ibaraki south of the Abukuma MountainsHitachi PlateauIncluding the Shimosa Plateau in northern ChibaJoso PlateauSometimes called collectively. In some cases, the rivers that flow through the Joso Plateau, such as the Kuji River, Naka River, and Tone River tributaries, are divided into smaller plateaus.[10].
    In addition, the eastern part of Mt. Tsukubasan area (formerlyYasato Town, CurrentIshiokaSometimes called).
    Other major terrain

    climate

    Pacific climateIt is dry and dry in winter, and wet and humid in summer. Also, the Pacific coastOceanic climate, InlandInland climateBecomes Generally, in the winter, in the morning and evening except the coastal areaRadiation coolingThe temperature drops due toSaitamaIt is relatively cool and susceptible to the northeast air current except in some areas close to.Heavy snowfallThere is no area designated as, but areas other than the southeastern part, especially the northwestern mountainous areas, may experience heavy snow locally due to the effects of the southeastern low pressure and northeastern air currents.It is located in the northernmost part of the prefecture that does not have an area designated as a heavy snowfall area.

    • Northern coast : Kitaibaraki City,Hitachi City,TakahagiAnd so on. Because it faces the sea, it is a relatively warm region in the prefecture, and the temperature in the winter of Hitachi is the highest in the prefecture with Kashima located in the north but in the south, and the average minimum temperature in January is 1.° CIs. On the other hand, it is cool in summer, and the average temperature in August in Kitaibaraki is 8.° CIt is the lowest in the prefecture and has a characteristic of oceanic climate throughout the year.
    • Northern mountains : Hitachi Omiya,Hitachiota City,Daigo TownAnd so on. Except for Mt. Tsukubasan, the coldness in winter is the toughest in the prefecture, sometimes -10° CIt may become cold before and after. The average minimum temperature in January in Daigo is -1.° CBut during the summer dayExtremely hot dayIt gets hotter But,Tropical nightHas an inland climate such as rare.
    • Southeast end : Kashima City,Kamisu CityAnd so on. It has a maritime climate and is the warmest region in the prefecture with little cold in winter. Especially,ChoshiThe coastal area of ​​Kamisu City, which is adjacent to, is a warm region in the entire Kanto region. In addition, there is very little snowfall and it is cool in summer.
    • Southwest edge : FurukawaAnd so on. The prefecture has the hottest summer heat, and often records extremely hot days.Saitama,GunmaIt has a climate characteristic close to the plains ofWindSusceptible to. The coldness in the morning and evening is somewhat weaker than other areas in the prefecture, and the average minimum temperature in January is -1.° CAnd excluding the Pacific coast, inlandKasumigauraAdjacent toTsuchiuraIt is next highest. Furukawa has the highest summer minimum temperature in the prefecture, and it is not uncommon to see tropical nights.
    • Central and Southern Plains : MitoからTsukuba City-RyugasakiMost of the prefecture is covered. Winter temperatures are among the lowest in the Kanto Plain, and the lowest average temperature in January is -1 in Tsukuba.° C,HokotaIn-3.1° C, Even the southernmost Ryugasaki-2.4° CAnd so on, and in the past it was -17.0 at Tsukuba.° C(February 1952, 2), at Ryugasaki-5° C(January 1984, 1) was recorded. In this way, even in the plain area -20° CIt may drop to the following, and even after entering the 21st centuryLower wife,Chikusei, At Hokota -10° CThe following are observed. However, chilling is weak in areas affected by Kasumigaura. On the other hand, there are few tropical nights because the northeast air currents are also susceptible in summer. In the eastern area such as around Mito, a northeasterly wind sometimes causes sudden guerrilla snowfall. Also, rarely from late spring to early autumn竜 巻Occurs.
    Normal values ​​in various places in Ibaraki prefecture (statistical period: 1971-2000, source:Meteorological Agency / Meteorological Statistics Information
    Average price
    (Monthly)
    Northern coastNorthern inlandCentral partWestern partSouthernSoutheast
    Kitaibaraki日立DaigoHitachi Omiya
    Kose
    MitoKasamaLower wifeFurukawaTsukubaMt. TsukubasanTsuchiuraRyugasakiHokotaKashima
    average
    temperature
    (° C
    Warmest month23.4
    (May)
    24.6
    (May)
    24.5
    (May)
    24.3
    (May)
    25.0
    (May)
    24.9
    (May)
    25.3
    (May)
    26.1
    (May)
    25.2
    (May)
    20.7
    (May)
    25.7
    (May)
    25.4
    (May)
    24.6
    (May)
    25.1
    (May)
    Coldest month3.5
    (May)
    4.4
    (May)
    0.3
    (May)
    1.5
    (May)
    2.8
    (May)
    2.1
    (May)
    2.6
    (May)
    3.2
    (May)
    2.3
    (May)
    -0.5
    (May)
    3.6
    (May)
    2.9
    (May)
    2.5
    (May)
    4.4
    (May)
    Precipitation amount
    (mm
    Most months206.7
    (May)
    201.4
    (May)
    214.9
    (May)
    208.8
    (May)
    193.9
    (May)
    194.0
    (May)
    190.4
    (May)
    183.3
    (May)
    186.6
    (May)
    181.0
    (May)
    168.2
    (May)
    179.0
    (May)
    196.6
    (May)
    215.1
    (May)
    Minimum month30.0
    (May)
    28.9
    (May)
    29.3
    (May)
    26.9
    (May)
    33.1
    (May)
    29.0
    (May)
    27.5
    (May)
    22.6
    (May)
    34.6
    (May)
    26.2
    (May)
    30.9
    (May)
    33.6
    (May)
    34.8
    (May)
    49.2
    (May)

    nature Park

    National park
    Prefectural nature park
    • Okukuji Prefectural Nature Park
    • Hanazono Prefectural Natural Park
    • Takasuzu Prefectural Natural Park
    • Ota Prefectural Nature Park
    • Mt. Gozenyama Prefectural Natural Park
    • Oarai Prefectural Natural Park
    • Kasama Prefectural Nature Park
    • Atago Prefectural Natural Park
    • Mito Prefectural Nature Park
    Geopark

    Area classification

    Region classification and June 2022, 7Estimated population
    Inland sidePacific Ocean side
    (TochigiPrefecture north
    (0337,191 people)
    (The Pacific Ocean
    Prefecture
    (0699,273 people)
    Prefecture west
    (530,591 people)
    South of the prefecture
    (1,012,098 people)
    Deer
    (263,881 people)

    In a broad sense, the prefecture area is divided into four parts: north of the prefecture, central of the prefecture, rokko, and south of the prefecture.Furthermore, if socio-economic characteristics, especially urbanization, are added, the prefecture south in a broad sense is divided into the prefecture south and the prefecture west.[11].

    Area classification established by prefectural office

    Within the prefecture32 cities 7 districts 10 towns 2 villages(All towns are read as "towns" and villages are read as "mura").They are divided into the following five areas by the prefectural office[12]..Below, the population in the area andMetropolitan areaEtc. (the population in the region is 2005CensusValue, population in the metropolitan area is based on the 2010 censusUrban employment areaThe value of the).

    Prefecture north area

    Population 337,191.From within the area to the central area of ​​the prefectureHitachi metropolitan area(321,897) exist.

    Central prefecture area

    The population is 699,273. From within the region to the prefecture north regionMito metropolitan area(651,797) exist.

    Deer area

    The population is 263,881. OnceKashima-gun(Currently 3 cities of Hokota, Kashima and Kamisu)WhereaboutsIt is a name taken from each of the two cities (currently, whereabouts, and Itako). It is sometimes called "kento" such as the district name for club activities.Kamisu metropolitan area(256,615 people) is spread over part of Chiba Prefecture.

    South area of ​​prefecture

    The population is 1,012,098. Within the regionTokyo metropolitan areaIn addition to being included in a part (322,852 people), it is the largest in the metropolitan area centered on the prefectureTsukuba metropolitan area(852,608 people).

    West area of ​​prefecture

    The population is 530,591. Within the regionOyama metropolitan areaPart of (49,758 people),Tokyo metropolitan areaIn addition to being included in some (7,927 people),Furukawa metropolitan area(207,310 people),Chikusei metropolitan area(136,874 people).

    Other area classification

    The divisions where the Mito Local Meteorological Observatory announces weather information, warnings and warnings are divided into the northern part of the prefecture, the central part of the prefecture, the rokko area, the southern part of the prefecture, and the western part of the prefecture.The cities, towns and villages classified into these are almost the same as the area classifications set by the prefectural office, but there is a difference that the two cities and one village of Hitachinaka City, Naka City and Tokai Village are included in the northern area of ​​the prefecture instead of the central area of ​​the prefecture.When the Mito Local Meteorological Observatory announces weather forecasts, warnings and warnings, etc., the northern part of Ibaraki prefecture and the central part of the prefecture are collectively referred to as the northern part of Ibaraki prefecture, and the rokko area, the southern part of the prefecture and the western part of the prefecture are collectively referred to as the southern part of Ibaraki prefecture. There is also.

    North/South
    The former weather forecast zone and the jurisdiction of land transportation offices are close to this. NorthIbaraki(- May 1875, 5), South is oldInba Prefecture(Chiba Prefecture) Northwest, OldShinji prefectureHit the north.
    North/Southeast/Southwest
    Of the old and Shinji prefectures, now Ibaraki prefectureNational Route 51To the southeast along the line (deer area),National Route 6Divide into southwest along the line. In this case, the part of the former Ibaraki prefecture, which is currently Ibaraki prefecture, is the southwestern part.
    A method of naming the localities with the names of municipalities
    May be used by municipal offices.

    Regional characteristics

    North (prefecture central area and prefectural north area.Ibaraki Prefecture until May 1875, 5) And South (formerlyInba PrefectureNorthwest, oldShinji prefectureIn the north), the regional color is different, and even in the old and Shinji prefectures,National Route 51Along the line (Oarai Kashima Line+Kashima Line)WhenNational Route 6(Joban Line) Along railway lines, along with National Route 6 (Joban Line) in the former Inba prefecture,Tsukuba ExpressThe economic base is also different along the lines and in the western part of the prefecture.

    If the population is decreasing in the north and increasing in the south,[13]Or "North-South problem[14]Sometimes called. As a measure to eliminate regional disparities, the prefecture has been2010In the five-year plan up to the year, each area of ​​Shika, the south of the prefecture, and the west of the prefecture was designated as the “Southern Wide Area Cooperation Area”, and the regions of the prefecture north mountainous area, the prefecture north seaside, and the prefecture central area were divided into the “Northern Wide Area Cooperation Area” Shows the direction of. "Southern area" isSouth KantoThe "Northern Region" aims to create a community that emphasizes transport infrastructure that further strengthens cooperation withNorth KantoWe are aiming to develop a wide area transportation infrastructure with logistics bases and advanced industrial bases in Japan. In addition, the prefectural north promotion room that specializes in the promotion of the prefectural north area was newly established in the prefectural office, and along with the Green Furusato Promotion Organization, which is responsible for the promotion of the prefectural north area,"Ibaraki Satoyama Life"Mainly namedBaby boomersWe are promoting and promoting a relaxed and abundant lifestyle in the northern area of ​​the prefecture (excluding Hitachinaka City, Naka City, and Tokai Village), such as migration and two-regional residence targeted at.

    North (prefecture north/prefecture central area)
    South (prefecture south area)
    Eastern part (deer area)
    West (prefecture west area)
    • Furukawa,ChikuseiArea starting from. OriginalSarushima-gun(Some areNishi KatsushikaMore transfer),Makabe-gun,Yuki-gun(Some areToyota-gun,OkadaCorresponding to (more transferred), formerly belonged to Chiba Prefecture, Shimosou, except Makabe-gun.
    • FurukawaUtsunomiya LineBecause it is along the lineSaitama,TochigiIt is often mistaken as a part of.
    • YukiAlsoNew Route 4Because it is connected to Saitama prefecture, Tochigi prefecture, Gunma prefecture (Ryomo) Is deeply connected with other regions within the prefecture.
    • Chikusei, where the national and prefectural offices are concentrated, is also on the border with Tochigi Prefecture, and the connection to the Mito area, where the prefectural capital is located, is shallow. As a specific example, both automobiles and railroads are located in Tochigi Prefecture.Utsunomiya CityIs closer than Mito.
    • From April 1978, 53, the number of the car was "Tsuchiura" in the whole prefecture west area, but from February 4, 17, the whole prefecture west area is the local number. Tsukuba"[17][19].
    • Furukawa CityGoka Town-Sakai TownandBando CityPart ofNTT EastIt is the area under the jurisdiction of the Tochigi Branch and is treated as Tochigi Prefecture in terms of telecommunications. In the area,2010Have JanuaryFLET'S HikariThe full service was started, but in the western part of other prefectures, it is still limited to some urban areas.

    History

    Prehistory

    About 2 years ago, people started living in this prefectureVolcanic ashLayer (Aira and Isawa volcanic ash, abbreviatedAT) Before and after deposition. From under this layerKnife shaped stoneware,Locally polished stoneware,burntPebblesThe flock has been found. After these stone toolsFine stone bladeIs north (Karafuto-Hokkaido・Propagate from northeast) and south (Kyushu/West Japan). The ruins of this period have been confirmed from the Gono B ruins (Hitachinaka City). Fine stone core, fine stone bladeEngraving-ScraperHave been excavated[20].

    From Meiji to World War II

    In the current prefecture areaMito DomainOther 14 clan and other areas outside the prefectureDamingEnclave,Affairs-Flag bookThe territory was complicated.1868(Keio4 years,MeijiFirst year),ShogunateAfter the dismantling, the former territory and the flag territory are now under the direct control of the new government, and in June, Masuaki Kasukawa (Mikami domainIs)Hitachi Prefecture Prefectural GovernmentIn August, Sadayuki Sasafu (Higo DomainIs)Shimosui Prefectural GovernmentWas appointed to take charge of Joso's civil affairs. Next day1869(2st year of the Meiji era)Katsushika prefecture, The jurisdiction of Hitachi Prefectural Government in FebruaryWakamori PrefectureBecame. In this movement, in June of the same yearRedemptionIs done1871In August (July 8)Abandoned DomainIn November of the same year, the current prefecture area is Ibaraki prefecture andShinji prefecture,Inba PrefectureWas integrated into each part of.1875(Meiji 8) In May, Shinji prefecture was divided, of which 5 counties of Hitachikoku merged with Ibaraki prefecture, and at the same time.Chiba(1873(In 6) with Inba prefectureKisarazuFrom the merger)Tone RiverThe present area of ​​Ibaraki was established by incorporating the area to the north.

    Late Showa period (after World War II)

    Heisei

    Reiwa

    • 2020(2nd year of Reiwa)
      • 4/16 - New coronavirus infection OftrendAboutResponse in JapanAs a result, Ibaraki Prefecture was designated as a “precautionary prefecture” in which it is necessary to promote efforts to prevent the spread of infection with particular emphasis on 13 prefectures.
      • 5/14 -Ibaraki prefecture, which was a specific warning prefecture of 13 prefectures, was lifted and the emergency declaration was lifted.

    Population/Area

    In 1920 (Taisho 9), 135 million people in the Kanto regionTokyoThe population was second only to Tokyo (now Tokyo), but since then it has continued to increase moderately, reaching 1950 million in 25 (Showa 204) and 1999 million in 11 (300). Is gradually decreasing. In addition, the current population is 11th in the whole countryGovernment-designated cityIt is the largest in the prefecture that does not have.There are no cities in the prefecture with a population of 30 or more, and there are two cities with a population of 20 or more.[Note 9], 10 cities with 5 people[Note 10]The remaining 25 cities, 10 towns and 2 villages have less than 10 people.The total area is the 24th in Japan,Residential areaIt is the 4th largest in Japan, and the population is dispersed without concentrating on a specific area.

    Total fertility rateThe number is 1.37, which is the same as the national average of 1.37 (20), and the total population has decreased remarkably in the northern mountainous areas, and has increased remarkably mainly in the southern part where development along the Tsukuba Express is progressing.The prefecture will introduce a settlement promotion system that grants incentives to settlers in the northern and western parts of the country, while one-third of the population is concentrated in the southern part of the Tokyo commuting area for the five regional divisions. Measures are being taken to stop the population decline.

    Prefecture population (estimate) as of January 2019, 1Resident populationAccording to the survey, it was 288, a decrease of 1020 from the previous year. This is the 1th consecutive year of decline since 4887, the largest reduction since 2004, when statistics remain. Continued from the previous yearBorn-DeathDue to the decrease of more than 1 people in the natural dynamics, the social dynamics of moving in and out have turned into excess migration for the first time in three years.Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsAnnounced at the end of JanuaryBasic Resident RegisterAccording to the population migration report, this prefecture was the largest number in the country with 7744 people being transferred. The report does not include immigration or migration[21].

    Demography08000.svg
    Population distribution by age in Ibaraki prefecture and Japan (2005)Ibaraki Prefecture Population Distribution by Age and Gender (2005)
    Purple-Ibaraki
    Green-All over Japan
    Blue-male
    Red-female

    Ibaraki Prefecture Population Trend
    Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsStatistics Bureau CensusThan
    Ibaraki Prefecture Municipalities' Population, Area and Population Density (July 2022, 7)
    市町村populationareaThe population density
    1Mito269,680 people217.32km21,241 people/km2
    2Hitachi City169,660 people225.78km2751 people/km2
    3Tsuchiura City141,720 people122.89km21,153 people/km2
    4Furukawa138,225 people123.58km21,119 people/km2
    5Ishioka71,279 people215.53km2331 people/km2
    6Yuki49,758 people65.76km2757 people/km2
    7Ryugasaki75,782 people78.55km2965 people/km2
    8Shimotsuma City41,917 people80.88km2518 people/km2
    9Joso City60,041 people123.64km2486 people/km2
    10Hitachiota City46,913 people371.99km2126 people/km2
    11Takahagi26,807 people193.58km2138 people/km2
    12Kitaibaraki City40,649 people186.80km2218 people/km2
    13Kasama City72,201 people240.40km2300 people/km2
    14Toride city104,055 people69.94km21,488 people/km2
    15Ushiku84,137 people58.92km21,428 people/km2
    16Tsukuba City251,281 people283.72km2886 people/km2
    17Hitachinaka City155,091 people99.96km21,552 people/km2
    18Kashima City66,098 people106.02km2623 people/km2
    19Itako City26,922 people71.40km2377 people/km2
    20Moriya69,387 people35.71km21,943 people/km2
    21Hitachi Omiya38,161 people348.45km2110 people/km2
    22Naka City53,027 people97.82km2542 people/km2
    23Chikusei99,079 people205.30km2483 people/km2
    24Bando City51,386 people123.03km2418 people/km2
    25Inashiki37,751 people205.81km2183 people/km2
    26Kasumigaura City39,430 people156.60km2252 people/km2
    27Sakuragawa37,795 people180.06km2210 people/km2
    28Kamisu City94,750 people146.98km2645 people/km2
    29Whereabouts30,994 people222.48km2139 people/km2
    30Hokota City45,117 people207.61km2217 people/km2
    31Tsukuba Mirai City50,728 people79.16km2641 people/km2
    32Omitama City47,769 people144.74km2330 people/km2
    33Ibaraki Town30,715 people121.58km2253 people/km2
    34Oarai Town15,292 people23.74km2644 people/km2
    35Castle town17,630 people161.80km2109 people/km2
    36Tokai village37,868 people38.00km2997 people/km2
    37Daigo Town15,001 people325.76km246 people/km2
    38Miura14,191 people66.61km2213 people/km2
    39Ami Town49,457 people71.40km2693 people/km2
    40Kawachi Town7,857 people44.30km2177 people/km2
    41Yachiyo Town20,497 people58.99km2347 people/km2
    42Goka Town7,927 people23.11km2343 people/km2
    43Sakai Town23,966 people46.59km2514 people/km2
    44Tone Town15,043 people24.90km2604 people/km2

    Politics

    Prefectural government

    Governor

    Prefectural assembly

    • Number of people: 62 people
    • Term: January 2019th, 31 (Heisei 1)-January 8th, 2023 (5th year of Reiwa)
    Parliamentary nameof people
    Ibaraki LDP34
    Ibaraki citizen forum4
    Komeito4
    Japan Communist Party1
    Constitutional Democratic Party  1
    Independent17
    vacancy0

    The Ibaraki Prefectural Assembly electionUnified local electionsOne of the few prefectures that is not implemented inIwate Prefectural Assembly,Miyagi Prefectural Assembly,Fukushima Prefectural Assembly,Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly,Okinawa Prefectural Assembly). this is1966(Showa 41), the same year due to the occurrence of a corruption case over the prefectural assembly post12/21Due to the dissolution of the Ibaraki Prefectural Assembly.

    finance

    16
    17
    • Fiscal strength index 0.55
      • Group I (Financial Power Index 0.5 or more, less than 1.0) 10th out of 7 municipalities
    18
    • Fiscal strength index 0.60
      • Group I (Financial Power Index 0.5 or more, less than 1.0) 16th out of 7 municipalities
    19
    • Fiscal strength index 0.64
      • Group I (Financial Power Index 0.5 or more, less than 1.0) 17th out of 6 municipalities

    National politics

    House of Representatives

    House of Councilors

    Ibaraki Prefectural Election District(Constant 4)

    In the whole prefecture,National election・Prefectural governmentelectionTogetherVoter turnoutTends to be low,House of Councilors ordinary electionIf you take16th Upper House election(36.62%)17th Upper House election(36.94%)18th Upper House election(50.99%)19th Upper House election(50.18%)20th Upper House election(50.07%),ConstituencyThe voter turnout is the lowest in the country for the third time in a row and the worst, and in the governor's election19979/14Is 31.87%,20019/16Is 29.93%.House of Representatives general electionBut it keeps falling year by year and stays in the 50% range.2002Fell to the 40% range. Ibaraki PrefectureElection Management CommitteeThen, publicly solicit measures from the citizens of the prefecture to improve the voting rate,bank,Convenience store ATMI am implementing a plan to call for a vote, but no significant changes have been seen. Predicting the voting rate of the constituency and applying, if you apply exactlymelon,Hitachi beefReceived from the prefectureMiddle school studentsWe recruited messages from, and conducted a campaign to broadcast on a radio commercial21th Upper House electionThen, it was the second worst in the whole country.

    Economic and industrial

    Major companies in the prefecture

    Here, we list the companies that have their head office in this prefecture other than the local scale of the prefecture and companies close to it.

    Inashiki
    Omitama City
    Furukawa
    Joso City
    Tsukuba City
    Tsuchiura City
    Mito
    Yachiyo-cho, Yuki-gun

    In addition, Hitachi City-Hitachinaka CityToHitachi GroupThere are many factories ofKashima Seaside Industrial AreaTo formKashima City-Kamisu CityHas factories mainly for steel and petrochemicals. There are many major manufacturing research centers in Ishioka City, Kashima City, Kasumigaura City, Tsukuba City, Tsuchiura City, Hitachi City and Hitachinaka City.

    Agriculture:

    It was said to be a great power during the Yamato administration,Hitachi Country Culture], it is said to be "the country of the permanent world", and it is one of the most agricultural areas in Japan. Agricultural output isHokkaido,KagoshimaIt is the third largest agricultural prefecture in Japan after[22].. Since most of the prefecture's soil is flat land, and most of it is agricultural land, the forest rate is 31%, the second lowest in Japan after Osaka Prefecture.[23].melonIs the No. 1 nationwide production.

    Agricultural output was the second largest in Japan from 1975 (Showa 50) to 1993 (Heisei 5), and the trend continued to decline from the following year, lowering its rank, but thereafter rising or flattening and becoming a recovery trend. For the first time in 2 years (2008), it ranked second in Japan after Hokkaido.[24].. In 2017 (Heisei 29), it was overtaken by Kagoshima Prefecture and became the third largest in Japan for the first time in nine years. Although the output of vegetables has decreased, the total output of agriculture has exceeded the previous year's level.

    2018 (Heisei 30)Tokyo Central Wholesale MarketHandles 567 billion yen in fruits and vegetables from Ibaraki prefecture, ranking No. 15 in Japan for 1 consecutive years[25].

    On the other hand, there was no export to overseas and there was a disadvantage in price because it was not branded.[26]. In 2014Japan External Trade OrganizationWith the opening of the office in Japan, sales of business meetings and other events inviting overseas buyers became active, and export volume increased significantly.[26].

    Vegetables
    fruit
    穀物
    Livestock Products
    Forest products
    Other agricultural products

    Fishing industry

    Of Kasumigaura, which was famous for many yearscarpOf October 2003Koi herpes virusUproar[28]Although the aquaculture was closed in April, the prefecture's request for self-restraint in aquaculture was lifted in April 2009, and the aquaculture will be restarted.[29].. Offshore of Ibaraki PrefectureWarm currentKuroshio (Japanese Current)WhenCold snapOyashio of (Kurile Current) Is a confluence area and is the most suitable area for fishing.Offshore fishingCoastal fisheryIs thriving[30].

    Other production items

    Food Department
    Non-food type

    Life and transportation

    Policemen

    Transportation

    空港

    Train

    Only in the Kanto region,Major private railwayThere is no company line.Once at the western end of the prefectureTobu RailwaySunlightWas passed, but three years after the opening1932The relevant part was incorporated into Saitama Prefecture in (Showa 7).Odakyu Electric RailwayVehicles have come to Toride station2016UntilTokyo MetroThere were no major private railway vehicles other than the above that entered the prefecture. JR Mizugun Line, Kashima Rinkai Railway Oarai Kashima Line, Kashima Rinkai Railway Kashima Rinko Line, Kanto Railway Joso Line, Kanto Railway Ryugasaki Line, Moka Railway Moka Line, Hitachinaka Kaihin Railway Minato LineNon-electrified.

    Transit Bus

    道路

    highway
    toll road
    National road
    Prefectural road

    (→List of prefectural roads in Ibaraki prefecture

    Port

    ferry

    Medical and welfare

    Disaster base hospital
    Licensed Nursery School

    Education

    University
    Junior college
    Correspondence University
    College of technology
    Vocational school
    Special school
    high school
    Junior high school
    primary school
    school educationOther facilities

    Mass media

    TV station

    Radio stations

    AM
    abovePrefectural broadcastIn addition toWide area broadcasting(Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau)TBS Radio,Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, Inc.,Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.It is a broadcast target area.
    FM
    • NHK Mito Broadcasting Station (prefectural broadcasting with FM broadcasting, medium-wave radio in Tokyo as Kanto wide area broadcastingNHK Broadcast CenterMore delivery)

    Headquartered in the prefecturePrefecture areaThere is no commercial FM station, but Ibaraki Broadcasting is called "Lucky FM Ibaraki Broadcasting".FM complement relay stationHas been installed. In addition, the commercial FM stations whose prefectures are included in the reception area are as follows.

    Community broadcasting

    In addition, International broadcasting OfNHK World Radio JapanIs in the prefecture.

    Prefectural TV broadcast station/FM station concept

    In the past, there were movements to open commercial TV stations and commercial FM stations, but planned TV broadcastingIbaraki BroadcastingAbandoned television broadcasting.2019Currently, Ibaraki Prefecture is the only prefecture with neither commercial TV stations nor FM stations (parent stations).[40].. 20113/11Occurred inGreat East Japan EarthquakeThere was a complaint from a celebrity who pointed out that the reason why the disaster situation in the prefecture was not reported on TV was that there was no commercial TV station in the prefecture[46][47][48][49].. Ibaraki Broadcasting is considering expanding into television broadcasting again in November 2019 when the capital structure changed[40].

    197910/7から20113/27UntilFuji Television Network, IncIs a prefectural public relations program on the broadcast frame (Sunday morning)Good morning IbarakiWas being broadcast. 2011 after the program ended4/22ThanTV Asahiof"Walk series"[Note 16]In the program (Friday)Infomercial("Sayaka Isoyama's seasonal issue! Ibaraki→ →Kaminari's "Takumi Manabu"-Speaking of Ibaraki!-]) has been broadcast (2 minutes version, 30 seconds version twice).

    Cable tv station

    (Cable TV station in Ibaraki(See)

    News (Chinese)

    National newspaper
    Local newspaper
    Long time ago,New Ibaraki(Mito) was present.

    Forgotten disaster area

    It occurred at 2011:23 pm on March 3, 11.Great East Japan EarthquakeIn Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima prefectures, the damage was severe, but Ibaraki prefecture suffered a great deal of damage, and we observed a maximum seismic intensity of 3+ in many areas of the prefecture. Furthermore, at 6:3 pm, there was also a M15 earthquake off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture (a seismic intensity of 7.4 or higher in Hokoda City), and the damage within the prefecture spread. As a result, 6 people were killed or missing, and more than 66 houses were partially or partially destroyed.[50].. Also in many municipalities,Liquefaction phenomenonWas also recognized.

    The Pacific coastal area of ​​the prefecture is large(I.e.In response, it is a scenic spot in Kitaibaraki CityGoura RokkakudoWas washed away and disappeared. Tokai VillageJapan Nuclear Power-Tokai Daini Nuclear Power PlantWas hit by a tsunami up to 5.4 meters. But 6.1mNew protective wall barely prevented the loss of all power and made a cold shutdown[51].

    Despite the fact that the prefecture suffered such great damage,Kamisu CityThen on March 3Planned power outageWas carried out. At the timeGovernor of Ibaraki Prefecture Masashi HashimotoBut,prime minister as well as the TEPCOBy strongly protesting against, he was finally excluded from the planned power outage area from the next day, but the idea that Ibaraki prefecture was forgotten as a disaster area spread among the citizens of the prefecture.[52].. Therefore, Ibaraki PrefectureForgotten disaster areaIs also said[53][54].

    Culture/Sport

    dialect

    Ibaraki PrefectureHitachi countryShimosaFormed by the northwest, historicallyEast Kanto dialectBelong to the area. A part of the southern part of the prefecture and most of the western part of the prefecture are former Shimozoku countries, which have been transferred from Chiba prefecture in the Meiji era.Ibaraki dialectSometimes called. At present, as a flow often seen in the Kanto regioncommon languageThe traditional dialect declined mainly in the south,Metropolitan dialectIs used[55]. Also,TokyoCity centerFor the distance fromIbaraki dialect Standard languageBecause it is a dialect that is very different from that of the recent years, many residents have not understood the traditional dialect in recent years.

    Food culture:

    local cuisine

    Traditional crafts

    Traditional crafts designated by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry
    Traditional crafts

    Sports

    J League
    Nadeshiko League
    Japan Football League
    Baseball Challenge League
    Adult baseball
    B League
    volleyball - V League
    wrestling
    • Hitachi wrestling

    Tourism

    Ibaraki prefecture is privatethink tank OfBrand Research InstituteAccording to the survey, the ranking of 47 prefectures in Japan is the lowest for the seventh consecutive year since 2013. Most of the survey respondents are unevenly distributed in large cities, and the content of the responses is based on individual subjectivity, and is not a simple image survey based on objective numerical values ​​or indicators such as various statistical data. Although there is a direction to say that it is not too much, in response to this resultPrefectural officeAs a measure, is focusing on brand improvement not only by attracting tourists but also by expanding sales of prefecture products, and established the "Sales Strategy Department" in FY2018. Before and after, in TokyoAntenna ShopRefurbished, certifiedVirtual youtuber"Hiyori IbarakiIs being worked on[56].

    On the other hand, regarding the ranking,2019ToFirst Year of Reiwa East TyphoonIt was regrettable in view of the feelings of the citizens of the prefecture who endeavor to restore and recover while human and material damage was found when the result of the lowest ranking for the seventh consecutive year was found at the timing of tying up the damage caused by (typhoon 19) There is also a survey result that the governor said that it would significantly damage the image of the prefectureKazuhiko OikawaReveals discomfort[57],Research companyThere is also a situation where the side apologizes[58].

    Historic sites, historical facilities, etc.

    Natural scenery

    park

    Museums, etc.

    Hall convention facility

    Large sports facility

    Events

    Foreign relations

    A work set in Ibaraki prefecture

    Since the number of works that include locations where Ibaraki is the location is huge, I will describe here the ones that were set in Ibaraki.

    movies

    TV drama

    Manga/Anime/Novel

    Game

    person

    Honorary citizens of Ibaraki prefecture

    The title of honorary citizens of Ibaraki Prefecture is based on the Ibaraki Prefecture Honorary Citizens Ordinance (Ibaraki Prefecture Ordinance No. 1953) established on December 28, 12 (Showa 25). To "(Article 51 of the Ordinance)[61].. The target person is "a person who has lived in or lived in this prefecture for 10 years or more, or is from this prefecture", and "has an achievement in promoting industry, promoting social welfare, or advancing science and arts" It is stipulated that "the people of the prefecture respect as local pride," and that the Governor of Ibaraki selects with the consent of the Ibaraki Prefectural Assembly (Articles 2 and 3 of the Ordinance).[61].

    Gift numberName of winnerOccupationSelection dateRemarksSource
    1Yokoyama TaikanJapanese painter1954/3/1Order of CultureAward[62]
    2Itaya HayamaPotter1954/3/1Received the Order of Culture[62]
    3Morita ShigeruWestern painter1993/12/20Received the Order of Culture[62]
    4Reona Esakiphysicist2008/12/3Nobel Prize in Physics, Medal of Culture[62]
    5Makoto Kobayashiphysicist2008/12/3Received the Order of Culture and the Nobel Prize in Physics[62]

    Other

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    注 釈

    1. ^ However,EhimeOf "Hima"1990 OfKanji for personal nameIt was in old font before.
    2. ^ In Miyagi Prefecture, “Miya” does not contain dull sounds, so the “castle” becomes muddy due to rendaku, and in Ibaraki prefecture, “Ibara” already contains muddy sounds, so there is continuous muddy sound. The difference is that the "castle" becomes "ki".
    3. ^ The habitable area is the area of ​​the prefecture minus the area of ​​forests and lakes.[6].
    4. ^ CurrentlyNational Route 461Is passing.
    5. ^ "Nishiura" alone or generic name including Kitaura and Sonami Sakaura, Kasumigaura isBiwa lakeIt is the second largest lake in Japan after Japan.
    6. ^ The actual boarding time may differ depending on the train due to the evacuation of the limited express train at the station along the way. In addition, the boarding time is limited to the limited express (Hitachi and Tokiwa) Is when there is no transfer. From Toride station to Tokyo station,Ueno Tokyo LineThis is the time when using the direct train, and it is calculated without changing trains. As with regular trains, you can only take the fare, and in the case of a special rapid train with few stops along the way, it will take about 40 minutes from Toride station to Tokyo station.
    7. ^ At this time, the prefectural office was placed in Mito, Ibaraki-gun, so it was named Ibaraki.
    8. ^ Initially Inba-gunSakuraIt was planned to set up a prefectural office in Japan, but in fact, the former Katsushika prefectural office in Kamura was made the prefectural office.
    9. ^ Mito city population-Tsukuba City (resident population / household)
    10. ^ Hitachi City, Hitachinaka City, Koga City, Tsuchiura City, Toride City
    11. ^ "Echalet" is a product name unique to Japan.French cuisineGenuine used forshallotDifferent from.
    12. ^ a b Only 900 m from the border between Chiba and Ibaraki prefectures on the Tone River to Toride station.
    13. ^ Only Furukawa Station in the prefecture.
    14. ^ Omiya Station(Saitama) - Oyama StationIt passes through Goka-cho, Sashima-gun and Koga city for about 10 km between (Tochigi prefecture).Koichi Nakagawa The1981In the "History of Railway Development in Ibaraki Prefecture," I was concerned that the Shinkansen would bring only noise to Ibaraki Prefecture, but the situation has not changed since then.
    15. ^ 20114/12start.Initially only in Ibaraki prefecture. 20115/16From the following year3/31Up toradiko reconstruction support projectIt was distributed nationwide for a limited time.
    16. ^ "Small walk→ →Young general walk of Yu Yu→ →Jun walk"

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