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Maebashi

Maebashi(Mabarashi)GunmaLocated in the central southCity.. Gunma PrefecturePrefectural office locationAndCore cityIt is specified in.In Gunma prefectureTakasakiIt has the second largest population after.

1892 The area at the time of the enforcement of the city system was old:Seta-gun(at that time:Higashi Gunma District). The current city area is old:Seta-gun(Former: Higashi Gunma DistrictMinamisuta-gun)・Gunma-gun-Sawa-gun(OldNamba-gun) Consists of the area. On April 2001, 4Special cityIn 2009, it moved to a core city.

Overview

Old roadStation houseTaken from the bridge overStablesAnd write[1],Edo PeriodToMaebashiWas changed to.中 世How to read in "Mayabashi"[2], It is presumed that the first reading was "Umayabashi".MeijiIn timesSilk industryIt became one of the prosperous cities.Second World WarAfter that, we will actively attract factories and at the same timeLand readjustmentWas promoted.2001 (Heisei13 years)May 4It was designated as a special city by the national government and moved to a core city on April 2009, 21.The central area is oldHigashi Gunma DistrictIt is an area centered on Maebashi Town.

In news, etc., only the "E" part of "Mabarashi" is highaccentAlthough it is read in, it is usually pronounced with a flat accent in the local area. It is "Maebashi" when reading "Maebashi City".NHKThen, when the accent dictionary was revised in 2016 (Heisei 28), "Mae \ Bashi" was used as the first accent, and flat-type pronunciation was also allowed as "local broadcasting station accent".[3].

City badge1909 With the enactment of (Meiji 42), the oldMaebashi Domainmain·Echizen Matsudaira OfHorse signAdopted from "Wanuki"[4].. The radius ratio of the outer circle to the inner circle is regulated to 1:0.73[4].

Geography

Kanto PlainNorthwestern end ofAkagiyamaLocated at the southern foot. In the cityTone River,Hirose RiverAnd so on. Known for its good quality of underground water, tap water supplied in the center isgroundwaterIs. It is also the furthest from the sea in the prefectural capitals nationwide. By trainMaebashi Station Ryomo LineOn the main line (Hokuriku Shinkansen-Joetsu ShinkansenandTakasaki Line), So it is in the neighboring city of Takasaki.Takasaki StationPlays the role of a relay point to Maebashi City.

Also, 100 from the coastkmDespite being located inland, farther away, from the central part to the southern part of the cityAbove sea levelIs 100mBack and forth and low[5]..In addition, there are some points above 1000m above sea level in the northern part of the city.Fujimi1823m above sea level on the south side of Mt. Kurobisan on Mt. Akagi[5] On the other hand, the Tone River in ShimoauchimachiRiverbedThen 64m above sea level[5] There is also a point, and there is an altitude difference of 1759m in the city.

  • Mountains: Mt. Komagatake (1,685m), Mt. Jizo (1,674m), Mt. Choshichiro (1,579m), Mt. Arayama (1,572m), Mt. Suzugatake (1,565m), Mt. Nabewari (1,332m)
  • River:Tone River, Hirose River, Momonoki River, Arato River, Akagi Shira River, Taisho Water
  • Lake:Onuma, Onuma,Kakumanfuchi, Senganuma, Arakonuma

climate

Pacific climateとInland climateAlso has.Winter: TheNiigata-NaganoA northwest monsoon blows from here, causing huge snowfall in the mountainous areas that cross the prefectural borders, and the wind reaching Maebashi City is dry. The dry monsoon from the northwest of this winter is "Joshu OfWindIt is said that there are many sunny days due to this effect, but sometimes it is hit by heavy heavy snow exceeding 30 cm once every few years,26 heavy snowfallHas recorded the deepest snow cover of 73 cm, the highest in the history of observation. Maebashi City in the plains of Gunma Prefecture,Isesaki CityからSaitamaKumagayaAlong the Takasaki LineJobuThe region has a relatively low minimum temperature in winter.TokyoFuchu-shi,Hachioji City,KanagawaEbina,Chiba佐 倉 市Etc.).

Summer: Since it is located in the inland area, the surface of the earth tends to warm up, and the heat is intense like Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture.2001 (13)May 7Has a maximum temperature of 40.0° CObserve.Meteorological office[6] At 40° CThe highest temperature above was observed1978 (Showa53 years)May 8ToYamagataSakata CityWith a maximum temperature of 40.1° CIt's been 23 years since I observedHeiseiIt was the first record. Furthermore, because of this high temperatureThunderThere are many features.

Climate of Showamachi, Maebashi City (Maebashi Local Meteorological Observatory, altitude 112m)
Month123456789101112Years
Highest temperature record ° C (° F)22.0
(71.6)
24.6
(76.3)
27.1
(80.8)
32.4
(90.3)
36.5
(97.7)
38.3
(100.9)
40.0
(104)
39.8
(103.6)
38.1
(100.6)
33.0
(91.4)
26.6
(79.9)
25.2
(77.4)
40.0
(104)
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F)9.1
(48.4)
10.0
(50)
13.5
(56.3)
19.3
(66.7)
24.2
(75.6)
26.8
(80.2)
30.5
(86.9)
31.7
(89.1)
27.3
(81.1)
21.7
(71.1)
16.4
(61.5)
11.5
(52.7)
20.2
(68.4)
Average daily temperature ° C (° F)3.7
(38.7)
4.5
(40.1)
7.9
(46.2)
13.4
(56.1)
18.6
(65.5)
22.1
(71.8)
25.8
(78.4)
26.8
(80.2)
22.9
(73.2)
17.1
(62.8)
11.2
(52.2)
6.1
(43)
15.0
(59)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F)−0.5
(31.1)
0.0
(32)
3.1
(37.6)
8.2
(46.8)
13.6
(56.5)
18.0
(64.4)
22.0
(71.6)
23.0
(73.4)
19.3
(66.7)
13.2
(55.8)
6.9
(44.4)
1.9
(35.4)
10.7
(51.3)
Minimum temperature record ° C (° F)−11.8
(10.8)
−9.0
(15.8)
−7.8
(18)
−3.1
(26.4)
0.3
(32.5)
6.0
(42.8)
11.9
(53.4)
13.6
(56.5)
8.4
(47.1)
0.6
(33.1)
−3.5
(25.7)
−7.4
(18.7)
−11.8
(10.8)
Precipitation amount mm (inch)29.7
(1.169)
26.5
(1.043)
58.3
(2.295)
74.8
(2.945)
99.4
(3.913)
147.8
(5.819)
202.1
(7.957)
195.6
(7.701)
204.3
(8.043)
142.2
(5.598)
43.0
(1.693)
23.8
(0.937)
1,247.4
(49.11)
Snowfall cm (inch)8
(3.1)
9
(3.5)
2
(0.8)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
1
(0.4)
19
(7.5)
Average days of precipitation (≥0.5 mm)3.54.48.39.010.614.516.614.013.49.96.13.8114.2
Average number of snowfall days7.67.95.60.50.00.00.00.00.00.00.24.226.1
(I.e.54525255607073727268625762
Average monthlyDaylight hours213.1201.2211.0205.2197.4138.5146.3167.7134.9155.6181.0202.02,153.7
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency (Average value: 1991-2020, extreme value: 1896-present)[7][8]


Adjacent municipalities

History

Municipalities at the time of the enforcement of the municipal system

Former Maebashi City (Maebashi City before the Great Heisei merger)

OldOgo Town

OldKasukawa Village

OldMiyagi Village

OldFujimi Village

Boundary line change and merger with neighboring towns and villages after the formation of Maebashi Town, Higashi Gunma District

  • 1889 (22th year of Meiji)May 4 - Municipal systemBy enforcement,Higashi Gunma District Maebashi Maguwamachi, Maebashi Kitamaruwamachi, Maebashi Minamimaguwa Town, Maebashi Shinmeicho, Maebashi Yanagicho, Maebashi Ishikawa Town, Maebashi Horikawa Town, Maebashi Tanaka Town, Maebashi Yokoyama Town, Maebashi Honmachi, Maebashi Kimachi, Maebashi Kuwamachi, Maebashi Kaya Town, Maebashi Enoki Town, Maebashi Town, Maebashi Tachikawa Town, Maebashi Konya Town, Maebashi Renjaku Town, Maebashi Aioi Town, Maebashi Nakagawa Town, Maebashi Katagai Town, Maebashi Shinmachi, Maebashi Yoshimachi, Maebashi Hyakuken Town, Maebashi Otsuka Town, Ten Kawamura and Red Cloud Branch Village, Maedoro Tamura Village, Soho Village Village, Tenkawara Village Village,Minamisuta-gunMaebashi Koyanagi Town, Maebashi Hosogousawa Town, Maebashi Suwa Town, Maebashi Mukai Town, Maebashi Shinmei Town, Saigawa Village, Seiohji Village, Iwagami Village, Ikke Village, Kokuryo Village, Hagi VillageMaebashi Town, Higashi Gunma DistrictIs established. The town hall is located at 24 Yokoyama-cho.
  • 1892 (25th year of Meiji)May 4 - Higashi Gunma DistrictMaebashi Town becomes the city of Maebashi after the municipal system is enforced. Except when the municipal system was implemented at the same time as the municipal system was implemented, it was the first municipal system to be implemented. In the Kanto regionMito-横 浜 市,Tokyo city(CurrentTokyo Ward) Is the fourth municipal system enforcement.
  • 1901 (Meiji 34) April 4- Seta-gunKamikawa FuchimuraLarge printIncorporated Rokku, Amagawabara, Ichinotsubo, Maedada, Sojin, and Beniun (boundary change).
  • 1951 (Showa 26) April 4-Incorporated a part of the Mitsumata, Katsura Village, Katsura Village, Seta District (change boundaries).
  • 1954 (Showa 29) April 4-Seta-gunKamikawa Fuchimura-Shimokawa Fuchimura-Haga Village-Katsura Village,Gunma-gunHigashimura-Former Soja Village-Soja TownMerged into.
  • 1954May 6 -Seta-gunMinami Tachibana VillageIncorporated a part of Kami Koide and Kawahara (changed boundaries).
  • 1954May 9 -Merged Minami Tachibana Village, Seta District.
  • 1955 (30)May 1 -Gunma-gunKiyosato VillageandShintakao VillageMerged part of each of Toba and Nakao.
  • April 1955, 30-Seta-gunKise VillageIncorporated Amakawa Oshima, Kamioshima, Onya, Kaminagaiso, Higashi Ueno, and Nonaka (boundary change).
  • 1957 (32)May 10 -Seta-gunJonan VillageIncorporated Oshima Koda and Shimonagaiso (change boundaries).
  • 1960 (Showa 35) April 4-Transfer Komagata-cho, Higashi-Komagata-cho, Jonan-mura, Seta-gun (change boundaries).
  • September 1960, 35 (Showa 4)- Sawa-gunTamamura-cho Oji Nishizen, Sanno, Nakauchi, Tozen are incorporated (boundary changed).
  • 1965 (Showa 40)-1967 (Showa 42) --Most of the town names in the central city area have disappeared due to the enforcement of the residential addressing system in the central city area.
  • 1967 (42)May 5 -Merged with Jonan Village, Seta District.
  • 1968 (43)May 7 - TakasakiAnd boundary changes.
  • 1989 (Heisei 4) April 1-Sawa-gunAkahori TownAnd boundary changes.
  • 1990 (2) September 9-Seta-gunOgo TownAnd boundary changes.
  • 1993 (5)May 1 - Kita Gunma DistrictYoshioka TownAnd boundary changes.
  • September 1993, 5- Isesaki CityAnd boundary changes.
  • 1996 (8)May 11 -Seta-gunFujimi VillageAnd boundary changes.
  • 1998 (10) November 11-Gunma-gunGunma TownAnd boundary changes.
  • 1998 (Heisei 10) November 11-Change boundaries with Fujimi village, Seta county.
  • 2000 (12) November 11-Change boundaries with Ogo Town, Seta District.
  • 2004 (16)May 12 -Ogo Town, Seta DistrictMiyagi Village-Kasukawa VillageMerged into.
  • 2009 (21)May 5 -Merged with Fujimi Village, Seta District.

disaster

  • 1947 9 month - Kathleen TyphoonThe Momonoki River is flooded by the torrential rain.More than 26 dead and missing, more than 70 houses leaked and many other damages[9].

Relationship with Takasaki City

Adjacent to Maebashi and southwestTakasakiIs said to be in a competitive / confrontational relationship, and is often referred to as "Maebashi is the center of administration and culture, and Takasaki is the center of transportation and commerce."

MaebashiGunma Prefectural OfficeIs placed,Bank of JapanBranch of the countryOfficeIt has been functioning as an administrative center for a long time, with the concentration of prefectural facilities and medical facilities represented by major financial institutions and prefectural halls.On the other hand, Takasaki has been around since ancient times.HigashisendoとKamakura HighwayOpened, in the Edo periodNakasendo,Mikuni highway,Nikko ReiheishiIt is a major transportation hub where major trunk lines such as highways intersect, and even in modern times, the Shinkansen andhighwayBecause it occupies a position as a base for transportation within the prefecture. A similar example onceSaitamaSaitamaOld administrative city before annexationUrawaAnd old transportation/commercial cityOmiya cityThere is.

The relationship between the two cities is the so-called “Two-Wing Xing County,” which is also a keyword in the Maebashi/Takasaki collaboration project in both cities. Maebashi, the “cultural city” where the prefectural office is located and produces many literary figures such as Sakutaro Hagiwara, and Takasaki, a “commercial city” with many commercial facilities around the station and along the old highways, are often compared as a good contrast. R. However, in realityAnnual product salesMaebashi City is the number one in the prefecture, while Takasaki City is a prefectural art museum that is not in Maebashi City (however, Arts Maebashi exists as Maebashi City Museum of Art), and is famous as a local orchestra.Gunma Symphony OrchestraThere are parts that have cultural facilities and groups such as.

The population of Maebashi and Takasaki was 1920 (Taisho9 years) XNUMXstCensusMaebashi city, which has a consistently large area, is dominant,KiryuExcept for the time when he gave up the lead to Gunma Prefecture, he maintained the number one position in Gunma prefecture.However, on October 2006, 18 by Takasaki CityHaruna TownDue to the merger, Takasaki's population will exceed Maebashi City.However, Takasaki City is an old pure mountain village.Kurabuchi VillageEtc. are included in the city areaThe population densityThen, Maebashi City is higher (Takasaki is higher in habitable land population density).

One of the causes of the competition and confrontation between the two cities is the battle to attract the prefectural offices in the early Meiji era.When the current Gunma prefecture was established, the prefectural office was located in Maebashi, but the prefectural office was temporarilyTakasakiWas moved to and placed in. But,Takasaki CastleAt the timeMinistry of MilitaryBecause it came under the jurisdiction of, each department was distributed in the small temporary government buildings scattered in the city.at that time,Raw silkIn Maebashi, which had made a fortune by exporting, the prefectural office was established by a raw silk merchant and the later first mayor, Zentaro Shimomura.Yabashi CastleHe proposed to the Meiji government that he would attract the site, and was required to approve the transfer by preparing a transfer fund of 10 yen.

at that time,Yasuda BankIn the era when the salary of the branch manager was 17 yen, it was thought that it was impossible for the Meiji government to prepare this huge amount of money.Here, Zentaro Shimomura took the lead by donating 1 yen himself, and asked several people, including Soujiro Arai, who donated 5,000 yen to organize the matter.Meiji RestorationIn the yearKawagoe DomainMr. Arai, who emigrated with Mr. Matsudaira and made a fortune, relied on the story and forcibly raised funds such as voluntarily calculating a huge amount of money and sending an invoice.

However, some taxpayers do not respond, and even if the deadline is approaching, they will fail because of the huge demand for funds, when they have collected up to 5 yen. Zentaro Shimomura, who was in trouble, went to Tokyo with this 5 yen and had a direct interview. The Meiji government was surprised by the huge amount of money that was gathered and approved the move. As a result, the prefectural office returned to Maebashi and was established as the prefectural capital location. The economic power of Maebashi City at this time was surprisingly remarkable, and it can be compared with Takasaki, who could not prepare a large amount of money.

Takasaki citizens repeatedly appealed to the Meiji government for the recapture of the prefectural government, but both have been denied. As a result, the citizens of Takasaki, who were deprived of the foundation for development, exacerbated their feelings about Maebashi. This process remains as a cliché for Maebashi, and Takasaki and Maebashi residents have a sense of opposition.

Currently, Maebashi / Takasaki and its surrounding local governmentsChamber of commerceEtc. are the main constituents, and the prefecture centerGovernment-designated cityA new phase is emerging, such as activities aimed at the realization of, and activities by the public and private sectors such as the Maebashi Takasaki cooperation project by both city halls.

Geopolitically, during the Edo periodMaebashi DomainRyoTakasaki DomainThe territory was intricate.To give an example, it is now known as Takasaki's famous "lucky daruma".Shaolin Mountain Daruma TempleIs a temple that protects the Maebashi domain.On the other hand, UenoKokufuAnd Sosha ShrineKokubunjiThe central area of ​​ancient Ueno, including, is the territory of the Takasaki clan, and Maebashi Castle (currentlyGunma Prefectural Office) Was extended to the opposite bank.

The domain of Takasaki is the first lord of TakasakiNaomasa IiIt did not surpass the Maebashi clan except in the era of.However, Maebashi feudal lord Matsudaira abolished Maebashi Castle due to the flooding of the Tone River, and from the middle of the Edo periodBakumatsuAbout 100 years until (prospered mainly in Edo)Chemical culture(Including the times) is due to the fact that the castle was moved to Kawagoe (it becomes a division of the Kawagoe domain).JinyaMaebashi wherecastle townThere was little development as.

1869 (Meiji 2) by the Meiji governmentTokyo - 京都Railway construction plan connecting the two cities (Nakasendo trunk line) Was announced, 1883 (Meiji 16),Japan RailwayThereforeUeno Station - Kumagaya StationThe room is open.The following year, 1884 (Meiji 17), the section between Ueno Station and Takasaki Station was opened.Takasaki, which has been a transportation hub since ancient times, has developed as a transportation hub and a commercial city.

Later years,Joetsu LineWhen openingTerminal stationAn invitation battle was held between Maebashi and Takasaki.The idea of ​​using Maebashi Station as a terminal was not realized, but it was laid on a route that passes through the east side (right bank of the Tone River) considerably from the Mikuni Highway, which was the main route at that time.Shinmaebashi StationviaTakasaki StationSettled on becoming the terminal.

After that, there was also the purpose of resolving past conflicts, and in the middleOoka JudgmentAs a typical proposal, there are many proposals to merge the two cities, but due to the historical background mentioned above, even if the proposal is made, it disappears spontaneously without progress.

Region

Towns and districts

Main office jurisdiction

The jurisdiction of the main office is subdivided into nine districts, which are mostly divided into elementary school districts.

Momoi district
  • Otemachi1966-chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) Merged with each part of Maguwa Town, Ishikawa Town, and Minami Maguwa Town)
    • Otemachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Otemachi 1966-chome (established from each part of 41 (Showa XNUMX) Maguwa Town, Ishikawa Town, Minami Maguwa Town, Kita Maguwa Town)
    • Otemachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Otemachi 1966-chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) Maguwa-machi, Kita-maguwa-machi, Shinmei-cho, each part of Iwagami-cho and all of Yanagi-cho)
    • Otemachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Hongun Town1966 chome (established from each part of Hongun Town, Ishikawa Town, Minamimaguwa Town in 41)
    • Hongun Town XNUMX-chome Ward (all areas)
  • Hongun Town XNUMX-chome (established from each part of Hongun Town, Ishikawa Town, Minamimaguwa Town, Maedhirota Town)
    • Hongun Town XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Honcho1966 chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) Honmachi, Maguwa Town, Minami Maguwa Town, Kita Maguwa Town, Horikawa Town, Tamachi)
    • Honmachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Chiyoda1966 chome (established from each part of Kitakumawa Town and Shinmei Town in 41)
    • XNUMX-ward, Chiyoda-cho (whole area)
Nakagawa district
  • Mikawa Town1966-chome (Established from each part of Kayamachi, Yoshimachi, Otsukamachi, and Shinmachi in 41)
    • Mikawa-cho XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Mikawacho (established from each part of Katagai Town, Otsuka Town, and Nakagawa Town in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome, Mikawacho (whole area)
  • Asahi Town1966-chome (established from a part of Hyakukencho in 41)
    • Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome ward (all areas)
  • Asahi-cho 1966-chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) From each part of Hyakken-cho, Shinmachi, Takada-cho Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome)
    • Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Asahi-cho 1966-chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) from each part of Hyakkencho, Shinmachi, Tenkawa-cho, Takada-cho Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome)
    • Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Asahi-cho 1966-chome (established from each part of Shinmachi and Tenkawa-cho in 41)
    • Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Honmachi 1966-chome (established from part of Tenkawara Town and the whole area of ​​Katagai Town in 41)
    • Honmachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
Shikishima area
  • Showa Town1965 chome (established from each part of Hagi Town and Iwagami Town in 40)
    • Showa-cho XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • Showacho 1965-chome (established from each part of Hagi-cho and Iwagami-cho in 40)
    • Showa-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Showacho 1965-chome (established from each part of Hagi Town, Iwagami Town, Kamikode Town, Shimo Koide Town in 40)
    • Showa-cho XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • Peace town1965-chome (established from each part of Mukomachi, Shinmei-cho and Iwagami-cho in 40)
    • XNUMX-chome, Heiwacho (all areas)
  • Heiwacho 1965-chome (established from each part of Mukomachi, Shinmeicho and Iwagamicho in 40)
    • Heiwacho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Sumiyoshi Town1966-chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) Hosugazawa Town, Mukai Town, Iwagami Town and all of Kotohira Town)
    • Sumiyoshi-cho XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Sumiyoshi-cho (established from each part of Hosugazawa-cho, Koyanagi-cho, Seiohji-cho, Sakae-cho in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome, Sumiyoshi-cho (whole area)
Southern region
  • Rokuyomi-cho(Transferred from Kamikawa Fuchimura in 1901 (Meiji 34). Until 1951 (Showa 26)
    • Rikuyo-cho (part)
    • Ikugawa-ku, Rokuyomi-cho (part)
  • Rokuyomi-cho 1967-chome (established from each part of Rokuyomi-cho and Tenkawara-cho in 42)
    • Rikuyo-cho (part)
    • Ikugawa-ku, Rokuyomi-cho (part)
  • Rokuyomi-cho 1967-chome (established from each part of Rokuyomi-cho and Tenkawara-cho in 42)
    • Rikuyo-cho (the whole area)
  • Minami Town1967-chome (established from each part of Hongun Town and Sohobu Town in 42)
    • Minamimachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • 1967-chome, Minamimachi (Established from Sohobuncho and Rokuyomicho in 42)
    • XNUMX-chome, Minami-cho (whole area)
  • Minamimachi 1967-chome (established from 42 (Showa XNUMX) Hongun Town, Soho Branch Town, Maedhirota Town, Amakawara Town)
    • Minamimachi Sanchome-ku (whole area)
  • Minamimachi 1967-chome (established from Sohobuncho, Ichinotsubocho, Tenkawaramachi in 42)
    • Minamimachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
Joto district
  • Hiyoshi Town1966-chome (established from a part of Seiouji Town and Higashi Town in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome, Hiyoshi-cho (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Hiyoshi-cho (established from a part of Higashi-cho in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome, Hiyoshi-cho (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Hiyoshi-cho (established from a part of Kiyooji-cho and Higashi-cho in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome, Hiyoshi-cho (whole area)
  • Joto Town1966-chome (established from each part of Seiouji Town and Sakae Town in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome, Joto-cho (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Joto-cho (established from each part of Suwa-cho and Sakae-cho in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome Ward, Joto Town (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Joto-cho (established from each part of Suwa-cho and Ikke-cho in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome-ku, Joto-cho (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Joto-cho (established from a part of Ikke-cho in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome Ward, Joto Town (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Joto-cho (established from each part of Kiyooji-cho and Sakae-cho in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome-ku, Joto-cho (whole area)
Wakamiya district
  • Kokuryo Town1966-chome (established from Kokuryo Town and Hagi Town in 41)
    • Kokuryo-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Kokuryo-cho 1966-chome (established from Kokuryo-cho and Hagi-machi in 41)
    • Kokuryo-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Wakamiya Town1966-chome (established from each part of Seiouji-cho and Saigawa-cho in 41)
    • Wakamiya-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Wakamiya Town (Established from each part of 41 (Showa XNUMX) Kiyooji Town, Saigawa Town, Kiyooji Town, and Kokuryo Town)
    • XNUMX-chome, Wakamiya-cho (whole area)
  • Wakamiya-cho 1966-chome (established from each part of Saikawa-cho and Kokuryo-cho in 41)
    • Wakamiya-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Wakamiya-cho 1966-chome (established from each part of Saikawa-cho and Higashi-cho in 41)
    • Wakamiya-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Hiyoshi Town1966-chome (established from each part of 41 (Showa XNUMX) Seiouji Town, Saigawa Town, and Higashi Town)
    • Hiyoshi-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
Tenkawa area
  • Tenkawara Town(Some of them were transferred from Kamikawa Fuchimura in 1901 (Meiji 34). Until 1910 (Meiji 43), it was in Amakawa).
    • Tenkawaramachi XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • Tenkawaramachi 1967-chome (established from each part of 42 (Showa XNUMX) Tenkawaramachi and Rikuyomi)
    • Tenkawaramachi XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • 1967-chome, Amakawaramachi (established from each part of Amakawaramachi, Rokuyomachi, and Amakawamachi in 42)
    • Tenkawaramachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Tenkawa Town(Amakawa Tenkawa until 1910)
    • Tenkawa-cho (partly)
    • Daiichi Tenkawacho Ward (part)
  • Bunkyo Town1967-chome (established from each part of Nakagawa Town, Tenkawara Town, and Takada Town in 42)
    • Bunkyo-cho XNUMX-chome ward (all areas)
  • Bunkyo-cho 1967-chome (established from each part of 42 (Showa XNUMX) Tenkawa Town, Tenkawahara Town, and Takada Town)
    • Bunkyo-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Bunkyo-cho 1967-chome (established from each part of Tenkawa Town, Tenkawara Town, and Takada Town in 42)
    • Bunkyo-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • 1967-chome, Bunkyo-cho (established from each part of Tenkawa-cho and Takada-cho in 42)
    • Bunkyo-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
Iwagami district
  • Shikishima(In 1954 (Showa 29)Minami Tachibana VillageLarge printKamikoide, Minami Tachibana VillageDry riverbedFrom each part of)
    • Shikishima Town (all areas)
  • Midorigaoka Town(Separated from Kawahara Town in 1964)
    • Midorigaoka Town (all areas)
  • Iwagami Town1965-chome (established from each part of Iwagami Town and Shinmei Town in 40)
    • XNUMX-chome, Iwagami-cho (whole area)
  • 1965-chome Iwagami (established from part of Iwagami-cho in 40)
    • XNUMX-chome Ward, Iwagami Town (whole area)
  • Iwagami-cho 1965-chome (Established from a part of Iwagami-cho in 40)
    • Iwagami-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Iwagami-cho 1965-chome (established from a part of Iwagami-cho in 40)
    • XNUMX-chome Ward, Iwagami Town (whole area)
Central district
  • Chiyoda1966-chome (Formed from each part of Kitakumawa Town, Kuwa Town, Vertical Town, Yokoyama Town, and Tachikawa Town in 41)
    • XNUMX-chome, Chiyoda-cho (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Chiyoda-cho (established from each part of 41, Tachikawa, Tachikawa and Sakae)
    • XNUMX-chome, Chiyoda-cho (whole area)
  • 1966-chome, Chiyoda (established from 41-chome, Chiyoda-cho from each part of Yokoyama-cho, Tachikawa-cho, Enoki-cho, Kuwa-cho, Konya-cho in XNUMX)
    • XNUMX-chome, Chiyoda-cho (whole area)
  • 1966-Chome, Chiyoda (established from each part of 41 (Showa XNUMX) Enoki, Konya, and Kaya)
    • Chiyodacho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Omotemachi1966-chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) Horikawa-cho, Minamimaguwa-cho, Ishikawa-cho, Hongun-cho, Maedaita-cho, Takara-cho XNUMX-chome was established from each part of Tamachi. On the same day, renamed Omote-cho XNUMX-chome)
    • Omotemachi XNUMX-chome Ward (all areas)
  • Omotemachi 1966-chome (41 (Showa XNUMX) Tanaka-cho, Aioi-machi, Maedaita-cho, Takaramachi XNUMX-chome was established from each part of Tenkawaramachi. On the same day, renamed Omotemachi XNUMX-chome)
    • Omotemachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Honmachi 1966-chome (established from 41 (Showa XNUMX) each part of Honmachi, Tamachi, Aioi-cho and the whole area of ​​Renjaku)
    • Honmachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)

Kamikawafuchi district

  • Kamisatori Town
    • Kamisatori-cho (all areas)
  • Omishima Town
    • Omishima-cho (all areas)
  • Asakura Town
    • Kamisakura Town (partly)
    • Shimosakura-machi Ward (part)
  • Gokamachi
    • Gokamachi-ku (the whole area)
  • Shimosacho
    • Shimosacho-cho (all areas)
  • Miyaji Town
    • Miyaji-cho (all areas)
  • Nishizen Town(Area incorporated from Tamamura Town in 1960)
    • Nishizen-cho Nishizen-ku (partly)
    • Nishizen Town Kamiya Family Ward (part)
    • Shimoyoshiya Ryoie Ward (partly)
    • Yata-ku, Nishizen-cho (partly)
  • Sanno Town(Area that was transferred from Tamamura Town after 1960)
    • Sannocho Ward (all areas)
  • Nakauchi Town(Area that was transferred from Tamamura Town after 1960)
    • Nakauchi Town (all areas)
  • Tozen Town(Area that was transferred from Tamamura Town after 1960)
    • Higashizen-cho (all areas)
  • Asakura-cho 1975-chome (established from part of Asakura-cho in 50)
    • Asakura-cho XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • 1975-chome, Asakura Town (established from a part of Asakura Town in 50)
    • Asakura-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • 1975, Asakura Town (Established from a part of Asakura Town in 50)
    • Asakura-cho XNUMX-chome ward (whole area)
  • 1975-chome, Asakura-cho (established from each part of Amakawa-cho, Asakura-cho, and Gokei-cho in 50)
    • Asakura-machi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Sannomachi 1975-chome (Established from a part of Sannomachi in 50)
    • Sannomachi XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Hirose Town1975-chome (established from each part of Asakura Town and Gokushi Town in 50)
    • XNUMX-chome, Hirose-cho (part)
    • Hirose First Group Area (part)
    • Hirose-cho XNUMX-chome Tenjinyama Ward (part)
    • Hirose-cho XNUMX, XNUMX-chome Nanbu Ward (part)
  • Hirosecho 1975-chome (established from each part of Gokanmachi and Nishizenmachi in 50)
    • XNUMX-chome Ward, Hirose Town (part)
    • Hirose-cho XNUMX, XNUMX-chome Nanbu Ward (part)
  • Hirose-cho 1975-chome (established from each part of Gokagamachi and Sannomachi in 50)
    • Hirose-cho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Sannomachi 1980-chome (established from each part of Higashizen-cho, Shimo-Oshima-cho, Koyahara-cho, Komagata-cho, and Sanno-cho in 55)
    • Sannocho XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)

Shimokawafuchi area

Haga area

  • Katsuzawa Town
    • Katsuzawa Town (all areas)
  • Kogami town
    • Kogamimeicho (all areas)
  • Hataki Town
    • Hataki-cho (all areas)
  • Godai Town
    • Godaicho (all areas)
  • Tottori Town
    • Tottori-cho (all areas)
  • Kozako Town
    • Kozako Town (whole area)
  • Ling Town
    • Minemachi Ward (whole area)
  • Kanamaru Town
    • Kanamaru Town (all areas)
  • Takahanadai1977-chome (Established from each part of Katsuzawa Town, Kosaka Town, and Tottori Town in 52)
    • Takahanadai XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)
  • Takahanadai 1977-chome (Established from each part of Katsuzawa Town, Kosaka Child Town, and Reine Town in 52)
    • Takahanadai XNUMX-chome Ward (whole area)

Katsura district

  • Kozuka Town
    • Kotsuka Town (Whole area)
  • Kamioki Town
    • Kamioki Town (all areas)
  • Shimooki Town
    • Shimooki Town (all areas)
  • Higashikatakai Town
    • Higashikatagai-cho (all areas)
  • Kamizumi Town
    • Kamizumi-cho (all areas)
  • Ishizeki Town
    • Ishizeki Town (all areas)
  • Kamezumi Town
    • Kamezumi-cho (all areas)
  • Ogikubo Town
    • Ogikubo Town (all areas)
  • Horinoshita Town
    • Horinoshita-cho (all areas)
  • Tsutsumi Town
    • Tsutsumicho Ward (part)
    • Kita-ku, Tsutsumi-cho (part)
    • Tsutsumicho Rose Town Ward (part)
  • Egi Town
    • Egicho Ward (part)
    • Second district of Egicho (part)
    • Egidan district (part)
    • Kayanodan district (part)
    • East Rosetown Ward (part)
  • Mimata Town1977-chome (established from a part of Mimata Town in 52)
  • Minamata Town 1977-chome (Established from a part of Minamata Town in 52)
  • 1977-chome, Minamata-cho (established from each part of Minamata-cho, Kozuka-cho, Shimo-oki-cho, and Kami-oki-cho in 52)
  • Nishikatagai Town1977-chome (established from each part of Nishikatagai Town, Mitama Town, and Kamizumi Town in 52)
    • Nishikatagai-cho (all areas)
  • Nishi-Katagai Town 1977-chome (Established from each part of Nishi-Katakai Town, Mitama Town, and Kamizumi Town in 52)
    • Nishikatagai-cho (all areas)
  • Nishikatagai Town 1977-chome (Established from a part of Nishikatagai Town in 52)
    • Nishikatagai-cho (all areas)
  • Nishikatagai Town 1977-chome (Established from a part of Nishikatagai Town in 52)
    • Nishikatagai-cho (all areas)
  • Nishi-Katakai 1977-chome (Established from 52 (XNUMX) Nishi-Katakai-cho, Joto-machi XNUMX-chome, and Joto-cho XNUMX-chome)
    • Nishikatagai-cho (all areas)

East district

  • Hakoda Town
    • Higashi-Hakodagoyamachi-ku (partly)
    • Nishi-Hakoda Town (part)
  • Goya Town
    • Higashi-Hakodagoyamachi-ku (whole area)
  • Maehakata Town
    • In front of Hakoda Town (all areas)
  • Kawamagacho
    • Kawamaga-cho (all areas)
  • Inari Nitta Town
    • Inari Shintamachi Ward (whole area)
  • Shimoshinta Town
    • Shimoshinta-cho (partly)
    • Shimoshinta-cho Minami Ward (part)
    • Shimoshinta-cho Toyo Ward (part)
  • Kamishita Town
    • Kaminatamachi Ward (whole area)
  • Small town
    • Koaigicho (all areas)
  • Furuichi Town
    • Furuichi Town (whole area)
  • Eda Town
    • Edamachi Ward (whole area)
  • Asahigaoka Town(Established from a part of Kamishita Town in 1963)
    • Asahigaoka Town (all areas)
  • Mae-Hakada-cho 1966-chome (Separated from Mae-Hakoda-cho in 41)
    • In front of Hakoda Town (all areas)
  • Hikarigaoka Town(Established in 1969 (Showa 44) from each part of Koaigicho, Goikemachi, and Kaminitamachi)
    • Hikarigaoka Town (whole area)
  • Otone Town1969-chome (Established in 44 (Showa XNUMX) from Kaminita-cho, Hakoda-cho, and each part of Goyamachi)
    • Otone Town (all areas)
  • 1969-chome, Otone-cho (established from each part of Kaminata-cho, Hakoda-cho, Inari-Nitta-cho, Shimo-Nitta-cho in 44)
    • Otone Town (all areas)
  • Shinmaebashi Town(Established from each part of Ishikura Town and Furuichi Town in 1978)
    • Shinmaebashi Town (Whole area)
  • 1978-chome Furuichi-cho (established from each part of Furuichi-cho, Koaigi-cho and Ishikura-cho in 53. Transferred part of Hakoda-cho in 2016)
    • Furuichi Town (whole area)
  • Koaigicho 1978-chome (established from each part of 53 (Showa XNUMX) Koaigimachi, Ishikuramachi, and Furuichimachi)
    • Koaigicho (all areas)
  • Aoba Town(Separated from Hakada Town in 1982)
    • Aobacho Ward (whole area)
  • Furuichi-cho 2016-chome (established from each part of Hakoda-cho and Furuichi-cho in 28)
    • Furuichi Town (whole area)

Former Soja District

  • Motosou shrine town
    • Former Soja Town XNUMXth Ward (part)
    • Moto Soja Town 78 wards (partial)
  • Otomo Town
    • Otomocho Ward (part)
  • Otowa Town
    • Owata Town (all areas)
  • Ishikura Town(Former Former Soja Village Oita Naito → Former Soja Village Oji Ishikura)
    • Kamiishikura Ward, Ishikura Town (part)
    • Chubu Ward, Ishikura Town (part)
  • Toba Town(AfterShintakao VillageTransfer from)
    • Eastern Toba-ku (part)
    • Western part of Toba Town (part)
  • 1958-chome, Ishikura-cho (established in 33)
    • Chubu Ward, Ishikura Town (whole area)
  • Ishikura Town 1958-chome (Established in 33)
    • Chubu Ward, Ishikura Town (whole area)
  • Wholesale town1969-chome (established in 44)
    • Tonyamachi Ward (whole area)
  • Two wholesale towns (established in 1969)
    • Tonyamachi Ward (whole area)
  • Ishikuramachi 1974-chome (Established in 49)
    • Chubu Ward, Ishikura Town (whole area)
  • Ishikura-cho 1975 chome (Established in 50)
    • Kamiishikura-ku, Ishikura-cho (whole area)
  • Motosoujamachi 1977-chome (established from a part of Motosouja town in 52)
    • Former Soja Town XNUMXst Ward (whole area)
  • Motosoujamachi 1977-chome (established from a part of Motosouja town in 52)
    • XNUMXnd Ward, Motosousha Town (whole area)
  • Motosoujamachi 1977-chome (established from 52 (XNUMX) Motosouja Town and each part of Sojamachi Soja)
    • Motosouja Town Third Ward (whole area)
  • Otomocho 1977-chome (established in 52)
    • Otomocho Ward (whole area)
  • 1977-chome, Otomocho (established in 52)
    • Owata Town (all areas)
  • 1977 Ochome Town (established in 52)
    • Owata Town (all areas)
  • Ochome Town 1977-chome (Established in 52)
    • Owata Town (all areas)
  • Shimoishikura Town(Established in 1978 (Showa 53) through merger of Oigi Town, Furuichi Town, Ishikura Town, and Oto Town)
    • Shimoishikura-machi Ward (whole area)
  • 1983, Ishikura Town (Established in 58)
    • Kamiishikura-ku, Ishikura-cho (whole area)

Soja district

  • Ueno, Soja Town
    • Ueno Ward, Soja Town (whole area)
  • Soja Town Soja
    • Awashima Ward, Soja Town (part)
    • Soja Oto-cho Ward (part)
    • Soja Town Sanno Ward (part)
    • Sojamachi Shirokawa-ku (partly)
    • Soja Town Tateishi Ward (part)
    • Nitta Ward, Soja Town (part)
  • Takai Soja Town
    • Takai Ward, Soja Town (all areas)
  • Sojamachi Sakuragaoka(Part of Ueno, Soja Town, was established in 1967.)
    • Sakuragaoka Ward, Soja Town (whole area)
  • Soja Town1975-chome (Established by the merger of Sojamachi Soja in 50 (Showa XNUMX) and parts of Otowa Town)
    • Soukara Ward, Soja Town (whole area)
  • Sojamachi 1975-chome (Established by the merger of Sojamachi Soja in 50 (Showa XNUMX) and parts of Owato Town)
    • Sojamachi Noma Ward (whole area)
  • Sojamachi 1975-chome (Established by merger of Sojamachi Soja in 50 (Showa XNUMX) and parts of Owato Town)
    • Sojamachi Blacksmith Town (all areas)
  • Sojamachi 1975-chome (Established by merger of Sojamachi Soja in 50 (Showa XNUMX) and parts of Otowa Town)
    • Oyashiki Ward, Soja Town (whole area)
  • Takai Town1976-chome (Established in 51 by merger of Sojamachi Soja, Sojamachi Takai, and Sojamachi Ueno)
    • Takai Ward, Soja Town (all areas)

Kiyosato district

Minami Tachibana area

  • Kamisoi Town
    • Kamisoi Town (all areas)
  • Shimohosoi Town
    • Shimohosoi Town (all areas)
  • Kitashirota Town
    • Kitashirota-cho (all areas)
  • Shimokoide Town
    • Shimokoide Town (all areas)
  • Ryuzoji Town
    • Ryuzoji Town (Whole area)
  • Aoyagi Town
    • Aoyagi-cho (all areas)
  • Aramaki Town
    • Aramaki Town (all areas)
  • Hirinji Town
    • Hirinji-cho (all areas)
  • Kawabata
    • Kawabata ward (all areas)
  • Taguchi Town
    • Taguchi Town (Whole area)
  • Sekine Town
    • Sekine Town (all areas)
  • Kawahara(Former Minami Tachibana Village, Kawarajima Nitta → Minami Tachibana Village, Kawarajima)
  • Minami Tachibana(Established from each part of Aoyagi Town, Hirinji Town, and Aramaki Town in 1962)
    • Minami Tachibana-cho (all areas)
  • Kamikode Town1982-chome (established from a part of Kamikode Town in 57)
    • Kamikode Town (all areas)
  • Kamikoide-cho 1982-chome (Established from each part of Kamikode-cho and Shimokoide-cho in 57)
    • Kamikode Town (all areas)
  • Kamikoide Town 1982-chome (Established from each part of Kamikode Town and Shimo Koide Town in 57)
    • Kamikode Town (all areas)
  • Shimokoide-cho 1982-chome (established from each part of Kamikode-cho, Shimokoide-cho, and Showa-cho 57-chome in XNUMX)
    • Shimokoide Town (all areas)
  • Shimokoide-cho 1982-chome (Established from each part of Kamikode-cho and Shimokoide-cho in 57)
    • Shimokoide Town (all areas)
  • Shimokoide Town 1982-chome (Established from each part of Kamikode Town and Shimo Koide Town in 57)
    • Shimokoide Town (all areas)
  • Sekine Town 1983-chome (Established from part of Sekine Town in 58)
    • Sekine Town (all areas)
  • 1983-chome, Sekine (established from part of Sekine in 58)
    • Sekine Town (all areas)
  • Sekine Town 1983-chome (Established from each part of Sekine Town, Aramaki Town, and Kawara Town in 58)
    • Sekine Town (all areas)
  • Aramaki Town 1983-chome (Established from each part of Sekine Town, Aramaki Town, and Kawahara Town in 58)
    • Aramaki Town (all areas)
  • Kawaramachi 2010-chome (established from part of Kawaramachi in 22)
    • Kawaramachi Ward (whole area)
  • 2010-chome Kawaramachi (established from part of Kawaramachi in 22)
    • Kawaramachi Ward (whole area)
  • Aramaki Town 2012-chome (established from a part of Aramaki Town in 24)
    • Aramaki Town (all areas)
  • Aramaki Town 2012-chome (established from a part of Aramaki Town in 24)
    • Aramaki Town (all areas)
  • Aramaki Town 2012-chome (established from a part of Aramaki Town in 24)
    • Aramaki Town (all areas)

Eimei district

Seongnam District

Arato area

Kise area

Ogo area

Miyagi area

Kasugawa district

(All large names in the area bear "Kasukawa Town")

Fujimi area

(All large names in the area bear "Fujimi Town")

Old town list

Momoi district
  • Shinmei Town(A part of each of the Momoi district, the current 1966-chome Heiwacho, 41-chome Heiwacho, XNUMX-chome Iwagami-cho, XNUMX-chome Otemachi, XNUMX-chome Chiyoda-cho and XNUMX-chome Chiyoda-cho. XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Maguwa Town(A part of each of the Momoi district, the current Otemachi 1966-chome, Otemachi 41-chome, Honmachi XNUMX-chome, Honmachi XNUMX-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX.)
  • Kitakumawa Town(A part of each of the Momoi area, the current Otemachi 1966-chome, Otemachi 41-chome, Chiyoda-cho XNUMX-chome, and Honmachi XNUMX-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • Yanagimachi(Part of the current Otemachi 1966-chome in the Momoi district. Disappeared in 41)
  • Minamimaguwa Town(Momoi area, current Otemachi 1966-chome, Otemachi 41-chome, Honguncho XNUMX-chome, Honguncho XNUMX-chome, Honmachi XNUMX-chome, Omotemachi XNUMX-chome. Each part disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX)
  • Ishikawa Town(Momoi area, current Otemachi 1966-chome, Otemachi 41-chome, Hongun-cho XNUMX-chome, Hongun-cho XNUMX-chome, Honmachi XNUMX-chome. Each part disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Hongun Town(A part of each of Momoi district, present 1901-chome Omotemachi, 34-chome Minami-cho, 1910-chome Minami-cho, 1967-chome Kumo-cho, 42-chome Komon-cho. Some were transferred from Kamikawafuchimura in XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX) XNUMX. Large red cloud until year of year.Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX)
Nakagawa district
  • Otsuka Town(Nakagawa area. Part of each of the current Mikawa-cho 1966-chome and Mikawa-cho 41-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Nakagawa(Nakagawa area. Part of each of the current Mikawa-cho 1967-chome and Bunkyo-cho 42-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • Katagai Town(Nakagawa district. Part of the current 1966-chome Honcho. Disappeared in 41)
  • Yoshimachi(Nakagawa area, current 1966 parts of Chiyoda Town, 41 part of Mikawa Town. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • Hyakkencho(Nakagawa area, current Asahi-cho 1966-chome, Asahi-cho 41-chome, each part of Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • (I.e.(Nakagawa district, current Mikawa-cho 1966-chome, Asahi-cho 41-chome, Asahi-cho XNUMX-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
Shikishima area
  • Mukai(A part of Shikishima district, present-day Heiwacho 1966-chome, Heiwacho 41-chome, Sumiyoshi-cho XNUMXchome. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • Hosugazawa Town(A part of each of the current Sumiyoshi-cho and Sumiyoshi-cho, Shikishima area. Disappeared in 1966)
  • Koyanagi Town(A part of the current Sumiyoshi-cho 1966-chome in Shikishima district. Disappeared in 41)
  • Hagi Town(A part of each of Shikishima area, present 1910-chome Showa-cho, 43-chome Showa-cho, 1966-chome Showa-cho, 41-chome Kokuryo-cho, XNUMX-chome Kokuryo-cho. Large Hagi until XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX). XNUMX ( (Showa XNUMX) disappeared)
  • Kotohira Town(Shikishima district, part of the present Sumiyoshi Town. 1928 (Taisho 3) Separated from Iwagamicho Kotohiramae and Kawagashi Kita. Disappeared in 1966 (Showa 41))
  • Iwagami TownOto (Shikishima area, current Showamachi 1910-chome, Showamachi 43-chome, Showamachi 1966-chome, Heiwa-cho 41-chome, Heiwa-cho XNUMX-chome, Sumiyoshi-cho XNUMX-chome. Until XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX) Large-scale Iwagami.Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX)
  • Iwagami-cho (Shikishima area, current 1910-chome Iwagami-cho, 43-chome Iwagami-cho, 1928-chome Iwagami-cho, 3-chome Showa-cho, XNUMX-chome Showa-machi, XNUMX-chome Heiwa-cho, XNUMX-chome Heiwa-cho, Part of each of Iwagami-cho XNUMX-chome and Otemachi XNUMX-chome Sumiyoshi-cho XNUMX-chome. Large Iwagami until XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX).Disappeared in XNUMX (Taisho XNUMX).
Seongnam District
  • Ichinotsubo Town(Jonan (current/southern) district (formerly Momoi district), part of the current Minamimachi 1901-chome. (Transferred from Kamikawabuchimura in 34 (Meiji 1951). Until 26 (Showa 1967) Extinct in 42 (Showa XNUMX)
  • Maeda Town(Jonan (current/southern) district (formerly Momoi district), current 1901-cloud town, 34-chome of Omotemachi, 1951-chome of Omotemachi, 26-chome of Minamimachi. Part of 1967 (Meiji 42) Transferred from Kawabuchi-mura. Maedaita in Oji until XNUMX. It disappeared in XNUMX.
  • Soubuncho(Jonan (current/southern) district (formerly Momoi district), present Minamimachi 1901-chome, Minamimachi 34-chome, Minamimachi 1951-chome, Minamimachi 26-chome. Some of them are from 1967 (Meiji 42) Kamikawa Fuchimura Incorporated. Until XNUMX (Showa XNUMX), it is a large section of the character.
Joto district
  • Suwa Town(Shiroto district (former Nakagawa district), each part of the current Jotomachi 1966-chome, 41-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Seioji Temple Town(Shiroto district (former Shikishima district), current 1910-chome Wakamiya-cho, 43-chome Wakamiya-cho, 1966-chome Hiyoshi-cho, 41-chome Hiyoshi-cho, XNUMX-chome Hiyoshi-cho, XNUMX-chome Hiyoshi-cho, XNUMX-chome Jojo-cho Seiyo-ji in the large character until XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX).Disappeared in XNUMX.
  • Ikke Town(Part of each of the Joto district (former Nakagawa district), the current Joto town 1910-chome, Joto town 43-chome, and Nishikatagai town 1966-chome. Large characters until 41 (Meiji XNUMX). XNUMX (Showa XNUMX) (Year) disappeared)
  • Sakaemachi(Part of each of the Joto area, the current Joto town 1928-chome, Joto town 3-chome, Joto town 1966-chome, Chiyoda town 41-chome, Sumiyoshi town XNUMX-chome. XNUMX (Showa XNUMX) Separated from Ikke-cho. XNUMX. (Showa XNUMX) Disappeared)
  • Higashi Town(Part of each of the current areas of Joto, Hiyoshi-cho, 1951, Hiyoshi-cho, 26-Hiyoshi-cho, 1966-Hiyoshi-cho and 41-Hiyoshi-cho. XNUMX (Showa XNUMX) Formed from a portion of the Katsura Village, Mitama, XNUMX. (Showa XNUMX) Disappeared)
Wakamiya district
  • Saigawa Town(Wakamiya district (formerly Shikishima district), present 1910-chome Wakamiya-cho, 43-chome Wakamiya-cho, 1966-chome Wakamiya-cho, 41-chome Wakamiya-cho, XNUMX-chome Hiyoshi-cho. Until XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX) Saijigawa.Disappeared in XNUMX.
  • Kokuryo Town(Wakamiya district (formerly Shikishima district), present Wakamiya town 1910-chome, Wakamiya town 43-chome, Kokuryo town 1966-chome, Kokuryo town 41-chome. Large-scale national territory until XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX). XNUMX (Showa XNUMX) Disappeared)
Tenkawa area
  • Takada Town(1934 (Amanagawa area (formerly Jonan (currently, southern) area), current 9-day Asahimachi, 1967-Asahimachi, 42-Bunkyocho, XNUMX-Bunkyocho, XNUMX-Bunkyocho, XNUMX-Bunkyocho) Part of each. XNUMX) Separated from Tendai-cho character hill and Yata-machi character, disappeared in XNUMX.
  • Tenkawara Town
Iwagami district
  • Iwagami TownKou (Iwagami district (formerly Shikishima district), current Iwagami town 1910-chome, Iwagami town 43-chome, Iwagami town 1966-chome and Iwagami town 41-chome, Otemachi XNUMX-chome. XNUMX (Meiji XNUMX) ) Up to Iwagami.Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX)
Central district
  • Kuwamachi(Chuo area (formerly Momoi area), current Chiyoda Town 1966-chome, each part of Chiyoda Town 41-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Vertical town(Chuo area (formerly Momoi area), current Chiyoda town 1966-chome, each part of Chiyoda town 41-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Renjaku Town(Central area (formerly Momoi area), part of the current Honmachi 1966-chome. Disappeared in 41 (Showa XNUMX))
  • Konya Town(Chuo area (formerly Momoi area), current 1966 parts of Chiyoda Town, 41 parts of Chiyoda Town. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Enoki Town(Chuo district (formerly Momoi district), current 1966-parts of Chiyoda-cho, 41-fold of Chiyoda-cho, and XNUMX-chome of Mikawa-cho. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Honcho(Chuo area (formerly Momoi area), present Honmachi 1966-chome, each part of Honmachi 41-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Yokoyama Town(Chuo district (formerly Momoi district → Chuo district), parts of present-day Chiyoda-cho 1966-chome and Chiyoda-cho 41-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Kaya Town(Chuo district (former Nakagawa district → Joto district), current Chiyoda town 1966-chome, Chiyoda town 41-chome, each part of Mikawa town XNUMX-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • Tachikawa(Chuo district (former Nakagawa district → Joto district), the current two parts of Chiyoda Town, 1966, Chiyoda Town, and 41 parts of Chiyoda Town. Disappeared in XNUMX (Showa XNUMX))
  • (I.e.(Chuo area (formerly Momoi → Jonan (currently, southern area) area, current Honmachi 1966-chome, Honmachi 41-chome, Omote-cho XNUMX-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • Aioi Town(Chuo area (formerly Momoi area), present Honmachi 1966-chome, each part of Omote-cho. 41 (Showa XNUMX))
  • Horikawa Town(Chuo district (formerly Momoi → Jonan (current and southern) districts, parts of the current Honmachi 1966-chome and Omotemachi 41-chome. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • Tanaka Town(Chuo area (formerly Momoi → Jonan (current and southern) district, part of the current Omotemachi 1966-chome. Disappeared in 41)
Katsura district
  • Minamata Town (Katsurabaya district, present-day Minamata Town 1977-chome, Minamata Town 52-chome, Minamata Town XNUMX-chome, Nishikatagai Town XNUMX-chome. Each of them disappeared in XNUMX.
  • Nishi-Katakai Town (Katsurabaya district, current Nishi-Katakai Town 1977-chome, Nishi-Katakai Town 52-chome, Nishi-Katakai Town XNUMX-chome, Nishi-Katakai Town XNUMX-chome, Nishi-Katakai Town XNUMX-chome. XNUMX (Showa XNUMX) ) Disappeared)
Minami Tachibana area
  • Kamikode-cho (Minami Tachibana district, 1982-chome Shimokoide-cho, 57-chome Kamikode-cho, XNUMX-chome Kamikode-cho, XNUMX-chome Kamikode-cho. Disappeared in XNUMX)
  • Sekine Town (Minami Tachibana area, present-day 1982-chome Sekine-cho, 57-chome Sekine, XNUMX-chome Sekine, XNUMX-chome Aramaki-cho. Disappeared in XNUMX)

Education

University/College of Technology

high school

Gunma Prefectural
Maebashi City
private

Junior high school

Closed school

primary school

Closed school

Special school

Vocational school

Various schools

  • Maebashi Medical Association Maebashi Senior Nursing Institute
  • Maebashi Medical Association Tate Maebashi Associate Nursing School
  • Gunma Chosun Elementary School

Facilities other than school education

License plate

With Maebashi CityKita Gunma DistrictYoshioka TownIt is,Local numberMaebashi number (Gunma Transport Bureau) Will be issued.

population

  • population:335,055 people
    • Male:164,072 people
    • Female:170,983 people
  • The number of households: 151,431 households
  • The population density: 1,075.27/km2

(2020 (Reiwa2 years) As of December 12)

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Maebashi City and Population Distribution by Age in Japan (2005)Maebashi City Population Distribution by Age and Gender (2005)
■Purple-Maebashi
■Green-All over Japan
■Blue-male
■Red-female

Changes in Maebashi City's (equivalent area) population
Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsStatistics Bureau CensusThan


Administration

Maebashi City's successive mayors
代NameTenure
First generationZentaro Shimomura1892 (25th year of Meiji)May 5 -1893 (26th year of Meiji)May 6
21893 (26th year of Meiji)May 7 -1898 (31th year of Meiji)May 9
3Sasaharu1898 (31th year of Meiji)May 11 -1902 (35th year of Meiji)May 5
41902 (35th year of Meiji)May 6 -1910 (43th year of Meiji)May 1
5Keizaburo Ehara (first generation)1910 (43th year of Meiji)May 2 -1911 (44th year of Meiji)May 9
61911 (44th year of Meiji)May 10 -1913 (Taisho 2)May 6
71913 (Taisho 2)May 8 -1925 (Taisho 14)May 8
8Takeuchi Shozo1925 (Taisho 14)May 9 -1931 (Showa 6)May 10
91931 (6)May 11 -1933 (Showa 8)May 12
10Keisaburo Ehara (2nd generation)1933 (8)May 12 - 1941 (16)May 12
111942 (17)May 2 - 1946 (21)May 11
12Sekiguchi Shiyuki1947 (22)May 4 -1958 (Showa 33)May 5
13Shigemaru Ishii1958 (33)May 7 -1978 (Showa 53)May 7
14Seiichi Fujii1978 (Showa 53) July 7-12 (Showa 1988)May 1
15Kiyota Fujishima1988 (63)May 2 -1996 (Heisei 8)May 2
16Yasuji Hagiwara1996 February 8, 2-February 28, 2004
17Takao Masao2004 February 16, 2-February 28, 2012
18Ryu Yamamoto2012 (24) February 2-Present

Mayor

The current mayorRyu Yamamoto(Ryu Yamamoto). PreviousGunma Prefectural AssemblyA member of the Diet, elected by the mayoral election held on February 2012, 24 (Heisei 2), and assumed office on February 19, 2012 (Heisei 24). The predecessor wasTakao Masao(Masao Takagi) served as Mayor Maebashi for the second term and eight years. He ran for the mayoral election in February 2 aiming for the third term, but lost to Ryu Yamamoto.

The results of the mayoral election on February 2004, 16 (2 voters, voting rate 15%) are as follows.

  1. Takao Masao -56,232 votes
  2. Yasuji Hagiwara-44,406 votes
  3. Hidekata Ikukata-8,334 votes

The results of the mayoral election on February 2008, 20 (2%) are as follows.

  1. Takao Masao -66,006 votes
  2. Kaneko Taizo-60,102 votes
  3. Hidekata Ikukata-7,678 votes

The results of the mayoral election on February 2012, 24 (2%) are as follows.

  1. Ryu Yamamoto -65,173 votes
  2. Takao Masao -51,552 votes
  3. Kameda Yoshiko-9,650 votes
  4. Kazuhiko Higuchi-7,037 votes

The results of the Mayor's election (voting rate 2016%) on February 28, 2 are as follows.

  1. Ryu Yamamoto --61,903 votes
  2. Kazuhiko Higuchi-21,084 votes

The results of the mayoral election (voting rate 2020%) on February 2, 2 (9nd year of Reiwa) are as follows.

  1. Ryu Yamamoto --49,565 votes
  2. Kenji Iwakami --39,439 votes
  3. Shigehiro Nakajima --12,564 votes
  4. Setsuko Tanahashi --- 9,428 votes
  5. Genichiro Sada -7,597 votes
  6. Atsushi Ebine-277 votes

List of city halls and related facilities

  • City Hall Main Office (12-1-XNUMX, Otemachi, Maebashi)
    • Citizen Service Center Kamikawafuchi (35, Gokanmachi, Maebashi) *Kamikawafuchi Public Hall
    • Citizen's Service Center Shimokawafuchi (701 Tsurumoji-machi, Maebashi City) *Attached to Shimokawafuchi Community Center
    • Civic Service Center Katsura (141, 3, Kamizumi-cho, Maebashi) *Katsura Community Center
    • Citizen Service Center Haga (817 Tottori-cho, Maebashi) *Haga Community Center
    • Citizen Service Center Former Soja (1-1-XNUMX, Former Sojamachi, Maebashi City) * Formerly located at Former Soja Community Center
    • Citizen's Service Center Higashi (543-1 Hakoda-cho, Maebashi) *Higashi Community Center
    • Citizen Service Center Soja (1538, Soja, Soja-machi, Maebashi City 2) *Along with Soja Community Center
    • Citizen's Service Center Minami Tachibana (158, Hininji-cho, Maebashi City) * Minami Tachibana Community Center
    • Civic Service Center Kiyosato (339, Aoniko-cho, Maebashi) *Kiyosato Community Center
    • Citizen's Service Center Eimei (1758-3 Oyawaramachi, Maebashi City) *Along with Eimei Community Center
  • Jonan Branch (1320 Ninomiyacho, Maebashi City) *Jonan Minami Community Center
  • Ogo Branch (Former Ogo Town Office) (1115 Horikoshi Town, Maebashi City (Former 1115 Horikoshi, Ogo Town, Seta District))
  • Miyagi Branch (former Miyagi Village Office) (1426 3 Nosegeishi, Maebashi-shi (former 1426 3 Nosegeishi, Miyagi-mura, Seta-gun))
  • Kasugawa Branch (former Kasukawa Village Office) (216-1 Nishida-my, Kasukawa-cho, Maebashi-shi (formerly, 216 Nishida-my, Kasugawa-mura, Seta-gun))
  • Fujimi Branch (former Fujimi Village Office) (240 Tajima, Fujimi-cho, Maebashi City (formerly, 240 Tajima, Fujimi-mura, Fujimi-mura, Seta-gun))
  • Waterworks Bureau (13-15-XNUMX Iwagami-cho, Maebashi City)

History of "Heisei Great Merger" in Maebashi Wide Area

The merger talks in this region had some twists and turns until the final settlement.

Maebashi wide area (maebashi cityOgo Town-Miyagi Village-Kasukawa Village-Fujimi Village) Is visiting Niigata Prefecture in the summer of 2001 (Heisei 13).Yahiko VillageI had a meeting (so-called "Yahiko meeting"). At this seat, the policy of "merging sequentially from the place where the maturity level has increased within the deadline for special merger law" was decided, and the related municipalities started to consider the merger.

At the Yahiko meeting, the four towns and villages were essentially in agreement on “transfer to Maebashi City”. However, after waiting from the parliament, Fujimi Village and Kasukawa Village took a form, and when the voluntary merger council was held in 4, Maebashi City, Ogo Town, and Miyagi Village participated. Four months later, Kasukawa Village, which has been approved by the congress, will also join the voluntary merger.

At that time, Mayor Sekiguchi of Fujimi Village announced his independence due to the pressure of the parliament.However, the residents repelled and the village mayorrecallUnemployed at.Although the recall indicated the intention of "merging with Maebashi City," Mayor Hoshino, who took office after that, initially took the stance of "neutral."After a referendum, 63% of the respondents agreed with the merger, and a legal merger council was set up in 1 city and 1 village with Maebashi City.

Meanwhile, the Maebashi/Ogo/Miyagi/Kasukawa merger council proceeded smoothly, and the merger was signed in the fall of 2003. And merged on December 15, 2004. The merger talks between Maebashi and Fujimi were once concluded in the summer of 16 (May 12, 5) and signed.

However, the Fujimi village council then opposed the merger. After rejecting the merger bills that were issued twice, Mayor Hoshino will declare "independence." The merger council was dissolved and the signing of the merger was canceled.

Due to the merger of this area, only one village, Fujimi, will remain isolated and Maebashi administration will disappear. Fujimi-mura, which was left behind, had to outsource some administrative work, such as fire fighting, to Maebashi City, and managed to fix it by prefectural arbitration when the merger was resolved. The Maebashi City side, which has been breached of the signing, abolished the preferential treatment such as the Maebashi City Funeral Hall usage fee and the City University of Technology admission fee for Fujimi villagers as a substantial retaliation measure, the villagers are more inconvenient than before I was supposed to be.

富士見村内の有力者間抗争で長引いた泥仕合が村内社会の分裂をも招いて一般村民の不興を買ったこともあり、2007年(平成19年)の富士見村長選では合併推進派が村長に当選。さらに村議会議員選でも、合併推進派の勢力が拡大した事に伴い、2008年(平成20年)1月15日に3度目の正直となる合併協議会が設置され、2009年(平成21年)5月5日に富士見村は前橋市に合併された。

Address notation

  • No change in Maebashi area.
  • The Ogo area (formerly Ota-cho, Seta-gun) and the Miyagi region (formerly Miyagi-mura, Seta-gun) are followed by the town name.
    • Ogo-machi, Seta-gun Omo-cho Mogi → Maebashi-shi Mogi-cho
    • Kashiwakura, Miyagi Village, Seta District → Kashiwakura Town, Maebashi City
      Only Kanamaru of the former Ogo town has the same name as Kanamaru town of Maebashi city, so it was named "Higashi Kanemaru town".
  • The Kasugawa area (formerly Kasukawa village in Seta-gun) and the Fujimi area (formerly Fujimi-mura in Seta-gun) are named after the old village name followed by the larger name.
    • Kasukawa-mura, Seta-gun Oitabuchi → Kamegawa-cho, Maebashi-shi
    • Fujimi-mura, Seta-gun Oita Tajima → Tajima, Fujimi-cho, Maebashi

Civil engineering business

legislation

City council

  • Number of people: 38 people
  • Term: 4 years

Prefectural assembly

  • Constituency: Maebashi City Constituency
  • Constant number: 8 people
  • Term: May 2019th, 5 (Reiwa 11st year) to May 2023 (5th year of Reiwa) May 5th
Representative nameParliamentary nameRemarks
Kenji IwakamiLDP
Akira OgawaLiberal GunmaParty membershipIndependent
Hiroshi KanoLDP
Mizuno ToshioKomeito
Joichi NakazawaLDP
Hiroaki SakaiJapan Communist Party
Takaaki HongoLiberal GunmaNo party membership
Satoshi AbikoLDP

House of Representatives

ConstituencyRepresentative nameParty nameNumber of winsRemarks
Gunma Prefecture 1st Ward(Maebashi City,Numata CitySuch)Asami OmiLDP2Constituency

judicial

裁判 所

Sister cities/partner cities

It has an exchange relationship with three cities outside Japan and one city in Japan. In Maebashi City, all names are "friendly cities."[13].

Japan

The first Gunma Prefecture Ordinance from HagiMotohiko KatoriBy the edge of[14].. Maebashi City has many achievements for Tottori due to the establishment of prefectural government[14][15],Maebashi ParkA meritorious monument is set up in (Takahama Park at the beginning of the monument)[14].

Outside Japan

The proper nouns are written according to the Maebashi City website.

There was a private group exchange between Orvieto and Maebashi[16], Spreading since 1994[16]After mutual visits of the two mayors[16]Has reached an alliance as a "friendly city" that supports exchanges between private entities[16].. Orvieto citySlow citySince the headquarters of the (Citter Throw) Association is located, Maebashi City is interested in the slow city movement, and in 2017 (29) the Akagi area of ​​Maebashi City (Haga-Ogo-Miyagi-Kasukawa-Fujimi areaA part of[18]) Is a member of the Slow City Association[19][20].
In 1993 (Heisei 5), in Maebashi CitycarpenterMasterKazunori TakoAt the request of the Governor of Alabama, Mayor Birmingham, and President of the Japan-Alabama Society of Alabama (Birmingham Botanical Gardens (United States) OfJapanese gardenToTea roomWas the opportunity to build[16].. After that, private exchanges became popular[16].. In 1997 (Heisei 9), the Japan-America Society of Alabama gave Tago "Samuel UllmanAward” was given[16].. The relationship between the Samuel Ullman Memorial Museum and Maebashi Literature Museum also started at this edge.[16]..The "Maebashi Seishun no Kai" was established in Maebashi City in connection with Ulman's "Youth Poetry", and the "Youth Poetry Monument" was built with the donations of the citizens.[16].
  • United States flag Menasha City(United States of America)
    • September 2002, 14- Ogo TownSister city tie-up with[22]
    • December 2005, 17-Friendship City Alliance[16]
It was triggered by Yukio Ito (Council of United States Secretary of Education) who was raised in Ogo Town and was involved in Japanese language education in Menasha.[22][23]From 1998 (Heisei 10)Ogo Elementary SchoolStarts exchange with Menavia Municipal Globis Elementary School[16]. afterwards,Takikubo Elementary SchoolAnd the exchange with Jefferson Elementary School[16], Junior high school students from both cities are now visiting each other[16].. 2002 (Heisei 14) Ogo Town and Menasha City form a sister city tie-up[16].. In 2004 (16), Ogo Town merged with Maebashi City, but Maebashi City inherited the sister city tie-up of Ogo Town, and in 2005 (17), exchanged a friendship city agreement.[16].

Economy

industry

Annual product sales(Ten thousand yen)
(2004 (16) commercial statistic survey, city survey at the time of the survey,%% of the prefecture)
Annual product sales amount (2004 yen, 16)
204,945,840 (accounting for 33.9% of Gunma prefecture as a whole, the first place in the prefecture)
Sales floor area (m2, 2004)
424,789 (accounting for 15.4% of Gunma prefecture as a whole, number 1 in the prefecture)
Manufactured product shipment amount (million yen, 2004 (16))
653,635 (8.6% of Gunma prefecture, almost half of Ota city,Oizumi Town#3 in the prefecture after

Organizations and companies that control the Kanto and Koshinetsu areas

Industrial

A total of XNUMX locations in the cityIndustrial park(The companies in parentheses are the main companies that have entered the market).

In addition, there are Sanden's Akagi Plant (Sanden Forest) in Nakanozawa, Kasukawa-machi, Riken Forging in Motosojamachi, and Fuji Machinery in Iwagamimachi.JR as a large factory representing the cityMaebashi StationTo the southeastDaihatsu bodyThere was a head office and a factory, but as of November 2004OitaNakatsuMoved to (currentDaihatsu Kyushu). "Sapporo Ichiban" Sanyo Foods was founded in Maebashi and now has its head office factory in Asakuramachi.registrationThe head office aboveTokyoMinato-kuIt is located in

The industrial parks for sale as of December 2012 are as follows (Municipal Industry Division).

  • Godai Nanbu Industrial Park (at the northern end of the siteJobu RoadOpen)

Agriculture:

Maebashi City's 2007 agricultural output was 19 billion yen, ranked 310th by nationwide by municipality, accounting for 16% of Gunma Prefecture's agricultural output. By the way, in 13.8 (2003) before the "Heisei Great Merger", the agricultural output was the highest in the prefecture, at 15 million yen.

Characteristic is the production value of the livestock industry of 210 billion yen (6th in Japan).Dairy cowThe production value of livestock is outstanding at 55 billion yen (17th place in Japan) and 69 billion yen (9th place in Japan).Ministry of Agriculture(From the 19 agricultural output data), this is also a factor pushing Maebashi's agricultural output to the top level in Japan.Both figures account for around 20% of the total output of Gunma prefecture.In recent years, the public and private sectors have been conducting PR activities as "TONTON's Maebashi".

In addition to livestock farming, we have been promoting arable land arrangement in the city since the Taisho era. By the 1980s, most of the city had been arranging arable land, and the arable land that is neatly divided has spread to the suburbs.

金融

Besides thisYokohama Bank,Ashikaga Bank,Daiko Bank,Tochigi BankSuch asLocal bank,Second regional bankHas a branch.

Securities

Besides thisMizuho SecuritiesAt the Maebashi Planet booth,Daiwa Securities Group Inc.Has opened Maebashi Sales Office.

Commercial

City centerIs declining in commerce, and revitalization is currently the most important issue. On the other hand, many commercial facilities are located around the city or in the suburbs due to the factors described below.

In Maebashi before, the central shopping district located at 2--5 Chiyodacho was the center of commerce. In the 1990s, we opened a store in front of Maebashi StationIto-Yokado,SatyLarge stores such as and parking lots in the suburbsRoadside deploymentCustomers have started to flow to specialty stores, etc. In addition, factors such as changes in lifestyle, car society with the number one in the car ownership rate nationwide, location of a shopping district away from Maebashi station, which is the central station of the city, lack of parking lots, and population decline in the city center , One of the nation's leading "Shutter shopping streetIt was often taken up by the media as ". The traffic volume of pedestrians in the shopping district on weekdays, which was close to 1972 in 47 (Showa 6), was less than 1992 in 4 (4) and 2004 in 16 (1). Became a degree[24].. In 2020 (2nd year of Reiwa), there were about 8 people, which has dropped sharply to about 1972/1 of 7.

Even after the 2000s, on the outskirts of the central shopping district and in the suburbsShopping centerOpened one after another. In March 2007, in the southeast of Maebashi StationBunkyo TownA large shopping mallKeyaki walk MaebashiBut, in April 2009,Koyahara Town OfKomagata bypassAlongGarden maebashiWas opened. Also, in Kamizumi-cho, 2.5 km east of the central shopping districtsupermarket OfBeisiaHas opened a large store (Maebashi Mall store), and local supermarket Fressey is Komagata Town and Wakamiya Town,Aramaki TownIn addition to a medium-sized shopping center, the Maebashi Plaza store has been opened in Maebashi Plaza Genki 21 in the center of town. In November 2020 (Reiwa 2nd year), the "Tsuruya Maebashi Minami Store" opened along the Maebashi Nagataki Line in Kudenmachi.

At the peak of the mall, there were large stores such as the following, but all but the Suzuran were relocated from the main mall and withdrawn.[Annotation 1].

Nichii closed the store in Chiyoda-cho once, and then on the site of Gunze factory in Kokuryo-cho, 1.2 km north of the central shopping district.Saty(Maebashi Sati) Moved and opened. Also,DaieiThere were two stores in Silk Plaza in Rokuyō-cho and Kokuryo-cho, but Daiei completely withdrew (* Daiei's withdrawal is due to competition with Ito-Yokado and Sati and deterioration of Daiei's performance.[Source required]).

On January 2006, 18, the WALK that was left as a standalone at the LIVIN annex was closed, so the Theater Maebashi Seiyu in WALK was also closed. laterUnited cinemaThe movie theaters have all disappeared from Maebashi City until the opening of. After that, Theatre Maebashi Seiyu Ruins was operated by an organization called Maebashi Arts Week on December 2009, 21 (12).Maebashi Cinema House) Has reopened as.

In addition to the Keyaki Walk and the successive opening of shopping centers in the suburbsGMSDue to poor business conditions, Ito-Yokado Maebashi store was opened on August 2010, 22.[25] On Satoshi Maebashi on October 10,[25] Closed. After that, the Ito-Yokado Maebashi store reopened as Equita Maebashi, and Maebashi Sati reopened as Maebashi Lyrica.

Until recently,AEON group North Kanto ExpresswayMaebashi South ICThere was a plan to build a super-large shopping center on the farmland on the south side. This land was onceCarrefourWas planned to open a store, and it was planned to become the largest shopping center in Japan with a larger site (about 25 ha). However, due to difficulties in coordination with related stations and the revision of the “Machizukuri Sanho” that regulates opening of large stores in the suburbs, it was abandoned because it became difficult to open stores.

Maebashi City and the Council for Local Town Development Measures have decided on Beisia as the main operator of the development project "Southern Maebashi Base Area Development" in the surrounding area including the planned site for the expansion of AEON. The company has the largest site area of ​​23 ha with its core stores such as Beisia and Cainz Home.Power Mall Minami MaebashiWas opened in December 2010.

Consumer electronics storeGrew to the largestYamada DenkiWas founded in Maebashi and had its head office in Hiyoshi-cho, but as of July 2008, 20 (Heisei 7), the head office was moved to Takasaki station. With the rapid expansion of the company横 浜 市 OfMinatomiraiIt was planned to move a part of the head office function to the district and add a large store, but the Yokohama city side, who was concerned about traffic congestion on the surrounding roads, abandoned the transfer and sale of the land.After that, the new head office was relocated to the east exit of JR Takasaki Station and newly built.

On the other hand,BeisiaMoved its headquarters to Maebashi. In Kaesato-cho near Maebashi Minami IC, with Beisia itselfSave on-Basia ElectricThe head offices of ten group companies have moved from their founding place, Isesaki, in January 2006 (Heisei 18) and are now in operation. In recent years, further development near the Maebashi South IC has progressed, making it the first North Kanto advance to "Power Mall Maebashi Minami" mentioned above.CostcoOpened. In addition, in Costco adjacent landIKEAHas acquired land and is scheduled to open after 2020.Also in Kudenmachi on the north side of Maebashi South ICTsuruyaMaebashi Minami Shopping Park opened in November 2020 (Reiwa 2).In December of the same year, Ekita Maebashi was renovated and opened as Aqueru Maebashi.

culture

Cultural facility

Sports team

Religious

Shrine

Buddhist temple

Christian church

Transportation

AboveAs you can see, from the relocation of commercial facilities in the city to the suburbs and the car society with the highest automobile ownership rate in Japan,Public transportThe number of users is decreasing.Especially for buses, unprofitable routes have been abolished one after another since the 1990s.Jomo Electric Railway OfTransit BusIt is in a serious situation such as withdrawal of business and expansion of routes to maintain operation with subsidy for loss by local government.[26].

Train

■ East Japan Railway(JR East)
■Joetsu Line
■Ryomo Line

※ Long time agoMaebashi Oshima StationIn the vicinityTomaebashi StationBut in Shimomasuda TownShimomasuda StationWas installed,1968 (Showa 43) Ryomo Line all linesElectrificationSuspended (substantially abolished),1987 It was officially abolished in (62).

Jomo Electric Railway
■Fur coat

bus

In the section between Maebashi Station and the prefectural office, where there are many users, 6 companies will adjust the timetable and operate at regular intervals from 2022.[27].

道路

highway

National road

Prefectural road (main local road)

Main city streets

  • National highway (Road on the east side of the Tone River.Green Dome Maebashi,Shikishima Park,Prefectural Sports Center)
  • Eastern Loop Line
    • Known as "Eastern Bypass".All lines have 2 lanes on each side.Connect Prefectural Road 2 (Amagawaoshimamachi intersection), National Road 50, Prefectural Road 3, Prefectural Road 4 and National Road 17 (East intersection).
  • Western Loop Line
    • Connect National Road 17 (Motosojamachi Minami Intersection) and Prefectural Road 12.Furthermore, prefectural road No. 11 and prefectural road No. 2 (Amagawaoshimamachi intersection) will be connected via the Nanbu Ohashi Line.
  • Eda Tenkawa Oshima Line
    • A two-lane loop line that connects Eda Town and Tenkawa Oshima Town on the south side of the western loop line. A part of Asakura-cho, which overlaps with prefectural road 11 is opened.

helicopter

Media

Tourism

2011 The number of tourists per year (23) was 5,917,400, which was the highest rank by municipality in Gunma prefecture.[28].

Tourist destinations and botanical gardens

Sights and historic sites

Festival

Sports events

  • (Late April)
  • (Late April)
  • (Late September, cycling competition)

Specialty/Special product

Native celebrity

政治家

  • Kantaro Suzuki - Admiral,Pacific WarPrime Minister at the end of the war.
  • Makoto Tanabe -Ex-Japan Socialist Party Chairman(11th generation).
  • Genichiro Sada - Member of the House of Representatives, Proportional Kansai Kanto.
  • Takeshi Miyazaki -Former member of the House of Representatives, member of the Finance and Finance Committee, member of the Health and Labor Committee, member of the Special Committee on establishing political ethics and amending the Public Offices Election Law, formerlyJomo NewspaperReporter, Gunma Prefecture 1 ward election.
  • Kuwahara Isao -Former member of the House of Representatives, member of the Legal Committee, member of the Special Committee on the establishment of political ethics and revision of the Public Office Election Law, former member of the Maebashi City Council, former member of the Gunma Prefectural Assembly, proportional representative Kita Kanto.

Officials

Businessman

Cultural person

Media person

athlete

Entertainment

More

Person with connection

Daming

A work set in Maebashi

More

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注 釈

  1. ^ Also, as a food supermarket, the Yanai storeOctober 2011th, 7[Source required]Business has been suspended.

Source

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