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Get drunk with the fruits of mountains, rivers and villages!An inn where you can enjoy the richness of local ingredients "Yujiba Ganiyu Honpo Tenfuan" [Oita Prefecture]

 
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Taketa City has abundant spring water so that it is selected as one of the XNUMX best waters in Japan, and aquaculture of Enoha using pure water is also popular.
 

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Takeda

Takeda(Taketa) isOitaLocated in the southwestern part ofCity.Rentaro TakiBut"Wreck moonI devised the concept ofOkajoKnown forcastle townBut also[1]..The reading of the city name is "Take"It wasIt is.

Geography

Located in the southwestern part of Oita prefecture, the central city areaOita CityAbout 55km southwest ofKumamotoKumamoto-shiIt is located about 73 km east-northeast.The surrounding areaFifty mountains-Mount Aso-Mt. Sobosan-Mt. KatamukiyamaSurrounded by 1,000 m-class mountains such asTaketa springsIt is a city rich in nature with the Kuju Plateau.Adjacent to the eastBungo Ono CityWithHohi district(Oku Bungo), Which may be distinguished from the southern part of the coast.However, according to the forecast classification (primary subdivision area) of the Japan Meteorological Agency, Taketa City is in the western part of Oita Prefecture.[2].

Kumamoto prefecture in the west, Mt. Sobosan and Mt. Katamukiyama in the southMiyazakiIt is adjacent to the two prefectures.However, between Taketa City and Miyazaki Prefecture,AutomobileThere are no direct roads, including pedestrian roads that cannot be reached.From our city to Miyazaki prefecture, a large scale via Takamori-cho, Aso-gun, Kumamoto prefecture, which is adjacent to the southwest.Main local road OfMain local road Taketa Gogase LineHowever, it is the only road that connects by a single line, and also passes through Ogatamachi, Bungoono City, which is adjacent to the southeast.Main country path Ogata Takachiho LineThere is a route that goes through.

In addition, some areas of Taketa City belonged to the Kumamoto Domain during the Edo period and are geographically close to Kumamoto Prefecture, so in the former Kujumachi Shiratan, etc.Kumamoto dialectIs used.However, the use of dialects varies from village to district.Basically, the Oita dialect is widespread, but the Kumamoto dialect is also widespread ("Sekarashika", "Sashiyori", etc.).Compared to the Oita region, there are some areas where the dialect and intonation are significantly different, and there are many areas where the intonation is similar to the Kumamoto dialect.[Source required]

Mountain
basin
River

Region

In Taketa City, each in the cityprimary schoolThe surrounding area of ​​is divided into 12 places.Below, it is described with the large letters of each district.

Takeda

(Taketa Taketa / Toyooka Elementary School In the central city area of ​​Taketa City, the city area extends to the Tamarai area.Tantanare doing)

  • Taketa (former Taketamachi)
  • Taketamachi (former Taketamachi)
  • Aiai (former Toyooka Village)
  • Tobitagawa (former Toyooka Village)
  • Katagase (former Kofuji Village → Ogata Town)

(Meiji Meiji Elementary School) (Meiji Elementary School was merged with Takeda Elementary School on an equal footing in March 21)

  • Ueki (former Meiji Mura)
  • Hirata (former Meiji Mura)

(Okamoto Okamoto Elementary School) (Okamoto Elementary School was merged with Takeda Elementary School on an equal footing in March 25)

  • Branch (formerly Okamoto Village)
  • Medium (formerly Okamoto Village)
  • Sanda (formerly Okamoto Village)
  • Miyake (formerly Okamoto Village)

(Kibaru Shirohara Elementary School)

  • Ogawa (former castle Hara village)
  • Joharu (formerly Joharu Village)
  • Shimosakata (formerly Shirohara Village)
  • Takafushi (former castle Hara village)
  • Fukuhara (formerly Shirohara Village)
  • Yoneno (formerly Shirohara Village)

(Miyagidai Miyagidai Elementary School) (Miyagidai Elementary School was merged with Takeda Elementary School on an equal footing in March 2nd year of Reiwa)

  • For city (former Miyagi village)
  • Kamisakata (former Miyagi Village)
  • Uehata (former Miyagi Village)
  • Kariono (former Miyagi Village)
  • Kubo (former Miyagi Village)
  • Shitochi (former Miyagi Village)
  • Shitochi (former Miyagi Village)
  • Charcoal pole (former Miyagi village)
  • Koen (former Miyagi Village)
  • Kawadoko (former Miyagi Village)
Nansheng

(At Nansei Sugo Elementary SchoolTamarai,, Sugo is included.The area with the largest population or number of students not only in the city or Oita prefecture but also in the mountainous areas of the Kyushu region)

  • Iwamoto (former Tamaki Town)
  • Tamarai (former Tamarai Town)
  • Haitabaru (formerly Tamaki Town)
  • Yoshida (former Tamaki Town)
  • Anaizako (former Matsumoto Village)
  • Iwase (former Matsumoto Village)
  • Kimigaen (former Matsumoto Village)
  • Mukaiyamada (former Matsumoto Village)
  • Watase (former Matsumoto Village)
  • Now (former Sugo Village)
  • Kozuka (former Sugo Village)
  • Sugo (former Sugo Village)
  • Togami (former Sugo Village)
Zu Feng

(Soho Mt. Sobosan is a general term for the area at the foot of the mountain, and includes Todake, Miyato, and Irita at Soho Elementary School.Depopulated areaIt is a steep mountainous area)

  • Kuraki (formerly Japan Post Village)
  • Kamihara (formerly Japan Post Village)
  • Tai (formerly Japan Post Village)
  • Nakakaku (formerly Japan Post Village)
  • Kujuno (former Miyatomura)
  • Tsugikura (former Miyato Village)
  • Ota (former Nyuta Village)
  • Nyuta (formerly Nyuta Village)
  • Kadota (formerly Nyuta Village)
荻

(Ogi Ogi Elementary School is surrounded by the Nansei area except for the west side adjacent to Kumamoto Prefecture)
Before the merger, there were 10 large letters, but the merger created a new large letter and increased it to 22.

  • Ogimachieraharu (formerly Ogimura)
  • Kinoshita, Ogimachi (formerly Ogimura)
  • Ogimachi Kuwagi (formerly Ogimura)
  • Ogimachi Shindo (formerly Ogimura)
  • Ogimachibaba (formerly Ogimura)
  • Fujiwatari, Ogimachi (formerly Ogimura)
  • Ogimachi Backno (formerly Ogimura)
  • Ogimachi Government Office (formerly Ogimura)
  • Ogimachi Minamikawachi (formerly Ogimura)
  • Ogimachi Kashiwabara (formerly Kashiwabara Village)
  • Ogimachi Takajo (independent from Erahara)
  • Ogimachi Ursaku (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Ohira (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Kanaino (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Kitahara (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Saifukuji Temple (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Shigita (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Takanerigi (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Tashiro Ogimachi (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Yome (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Buddha (independent from Kashiwabara)
  • Ogimachi Miyahira (independent from Kashiwabara)
Kuzumi

(Kuju Kuju Elementary School, Shiratan Elementary School)

  • Kuju Town Kuju
  • Kujumachi Shiratan (former Shiratan Village)
  • Kusumi Town Soegatsuru (formerly Shiratan Village)

(Miyako Tono Elementary School)

  • Mr. Yu Kujumachi (formerly Nomura)
  • Kujumachi Oaza (formerly Nomura)
  • Kujumachi Buddha (formerly Nomura)
Straight into

(Naori Nagayu Elementary School)

  • Naoiricho Nagayu (former Nagayucho)
  • Naoiri Town Shintsutsumi (former Nishi Ono Village → Asajima Town)

(It's Shimotake)

  • Naoiri Town Ueda Kita (formerly Shimo Taketa Village)
  • Naoirimachi Oaza Kita (formerly Shimotaketa Village)

climate

The climate is throughout the cityPacific climateBelongs to.However, the former Taketa city is typicalInland climateAnd although it is hot during the day in summerCool in the morning and evening[Source required]..As a city in Kyushu in winterHita CityIt's cold alongside.On the other hand, the surrounding area is cold in winter and relatively cool in summer.Mountainous climate OfSummer resortTherefore, it can be said that there is a difference in climate between the Takeda city area and other mountainous areas, especially in terms of summer temperature.[3]..Annual average temperature is 14.5 ℃[4].

真 夏日(Maximum daily temperature 30℃The average value of (the above days) is 50.0 days,Extremely hot day(Days with a maximum temperature of 35 ° C or higher) is 1.2 days[4].Tropical nightThe average value of (days with a daily minimum temperature of 25 ° C or higher) is as low as 0.9 days.[4], Morning and evening are cool and comfortable.

Winter is one of the coldest areas in Kyushu. The average temperature in January is 1 ° C. Because it is inland surrounded by three mountains, Mt. Sobosan, Mt. Aso, and Kuju mountain range.Winter day(Days with a daily minimum temperature of 0 ° C or less) The average value is 64.3 days, and cold days continue.[4].真 冬日The average value of (days with a daily maximum temperature of less than 0 ° C) is 0.2 days.[4]..In Takeda city areaWinter pressure distributionThere is little snowfall, but it occurs from February to March.South coast lowIt is easy to get heavy snow. From February 2014th to 26th, 2Showa 43 YearIt was the first heavy snowfall in 46 years since then, and agricultural damage exceeded 3 million yen.[5].

Average annual rainfall is 1,826.1 mm[6]In the past, it is concentrated in the rainy season due to heavy rain.Heisei 2,Heisei 24Flood damage has also occurred.

2012(24) Mid-JulyHeavy rain in northern KyushuThen,Tamaki RiverFlooded downstream and flooded the city extensively.11 houses were completely destroyed, 87 were partially destroyed, 87 were flooded above the floor, and 88 were flooded below the floor.[7], The bridge was also washed away.Due to this heavy rain, the next station between Bungo-Taketa Station and Miyaji Station2013(25)May 8(Bungo-Taketa Station-Ogata Station was also out of service until about a month after the heavy rain).

Extreme temperature / precipitation

  • Maximum temperature in the history of observation: 37.4 ℃ (2013(25)May 8Observation)[8]
    In 2013 (Heisei 25), it was the hottest heat since the start of meteorological observation in Taketa City.The record of 1 occupies 10 of the highest temperature in the history of observation from 9st to 2013th, which was the highest temperature in the history of observation in Taketa City so far.1983(58) 35.8 ℃ was ranked 8th[8]..The cause includes the foehn phenomenon.
  • Minimum temperature in the history of observation: -8.6 ℃ (1984(59)May 2Observation)[8]
  • Precipitation amount
    • Maximum 10-minute precipitation: 25.5 mm (observed on July 2013, 25)[8]
    • Maximum hourly precipitation per day: 1 mm (observed on July 79.0, 2006)[8]
    In the heavy rainfall in northern Kyushu on July 2012, 24, the rainfall per 7 hours exceeded 12 mm.1982(Showa 57)1990It was the largest in the history of observation of Taketa City, which exceeded the flood damage in (2).

Adjacent municipalities

Oita
Kumamoto
Miyazaki

History

Transition of administrative divisions

  • 1889(Meiji 22) June 4 Municipal systemWith the enforcement, the following towns and villages, which correspond to the current city area, were established.
Taketa-cho, Toyooka-mura, Meiji-mura, Okamoto-mura, Tamarai-mura, Matsumoto-mura, Irita-mura, Miyato-mura, Todake-mura, Sugo-mura, Shirohara-mura, Miyagi-mura, Ogi-mura, Kashiwabara-mura, Shiratan-mura, Kuzumi Village, Toyooka, Nagayu Village, Shimotaketa Village
  • 1906(22th year of Meiji)May 6 [Enforcement of town system] Tamarai Village ⇒ Tamarai Town
  • 1920(Taisho 9)May 1 [Enforcement of town system] Kuzumi Village ⇒ Kuju Town
  • 1942(Showa 17) April 4 [New merger] Takeda-cho, Toyooka-mura, Meiji-mura, Okamoto-mura ⇒ Takeda-cho
  • 1948(Showa 23) April 4 [Town system enforcement] Nagayu Village ⇒ Nagayu Town
  • 1950(25) September 9 [Separation] Taketamachi ⇒ Taketamachi / Toyooka Village
  • 1954(29)May 3
    • [New merger / municipal system enforcement] Taketa Town, Tamarai Town, Toyooka Village, Matsumoto Village, Nyuta Village, Miyato Village, Japan Post Village, Sugo Village, Shirohara Village, Miyagi Village ⇒Taketa City (first generation)
    • [Transfer] Shiratan Village ⇒ Kuju Town
  • 1955(30)May 3 [New merger] Kuju Town / Miyako Nomura ⇒ Kuju City
  • March 1955, 30 [New merger] Nagayu Town / Shimotaketa Village ⇒ Naoiri Town
  • April 1955, 30 [New merger] Ogimura / Kashiwabara Village ⇒ Ogimachi
  • 1955 year (Showa 30 year)May 7 Ogata TownWas incorporated into Taketa City.
  • 1957(32)May 1 [Renamed] Kuju Town ⇒ Kuju Town
  • April 2005, 17 [New merger] Taketa CityOgimachi-Kusumi Town-Naoiri Town⇒Takeda

Municipal

Successive mayors

代NameInauguration dateRetirement date
First generationTakeshi Maki2005May 42009May 4
2-4 generationsKatsuji Shuto2009May 4Incumbent

municipal office

  • Taketa City Hall
878 Aiai, Taketa City, Oita Prefecture, 8555-1650

branch

  • Ogi branch
879-6192 Ogimachieraharu, Taketa City, Oita Prefecture 1772-7
  • Kuju branch
878 Kuju, Kuju-machi, Taketa-shi, Oita 0201-6161
  • Direct entry branch
878 Nagayu, Takeda City, Oita Prefecture, 0402-8201

National/prefectural government

National politics

House of RepresentativesSmall districtIn the electionOita 2 wardBelongs to.Most recent47th House of Representatives general election(2014The elected members in October) are as follows.

Incidentally,Yoshikawa(Social Democrats) Is proportionally revived and won.

Prefectural government

Form one constituency in Motoichi.The fixed number is one.Most recent18th Unified Local Election(2015The elected members in April) are as follows[9][10].

  • Masahiro Doi (Liberal Democratic Party)

公共 機関

National administrative agency

National University Corporation

Prefecture administrative agency

Judiciary

Economy

Traditional crafts

  • (Princess Daruma)

Major special products

industry

A company headquartered in Taketa City

Sister cities/partner cities

Domestic

1967(42)May 1Goodwill City Alliance
1967 year (Showa 42 year)May 3Friendship City Alliance
2013(25)May 11History and culture sister city tie-up

Overseas

1973(48)May 10Sister city tie-up
2004(16)10Sister city tie-up

Region

Health

  • Average age: 67.4 years AgingAs a result, the average age is increasing year by year.

population

Demography44208.svg
Population distribution by age in Taketa City and the whole country (2005)Population distribution by age and gender in Taketa City (2005)
■Purple-Taketa City
■Green-All over Japan
■Blue-male
■Red-female

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

The population of the former Taketa City before the merger2000(12)May 10At that time, there were 17,489 people, the smallest city in Oita prefecture, and in the Kyushu region.FukuokaYamada City(CurrentKama), And the eighth lowest in Japan[11].

Education

University

  • Kyushu UniversityFaculty of Agriculture Farm Plateau Agricultural Experiment Training Center

high school

Oita Prefectural (2 schools)
2006(18), located in Taketa Commercial High School in Taketa City and Miemachi, Bungoono City, which is adjacent to the east.Mie High School,Mie Agricultural High School,Ogata Technical High School4 schools are integrated and a comprehensive selection systemMie Comprehensive High SchoolEstablished at the current position of Mie Agricultural High School.The four integrated schools will stop recruiting from the same year, and current students will graduate.2008(20) The school will be closed in March, and Taketa Junior High School will be on the site next time.2009(21) Moved in August.
private

Junior high school

Takeda City (6 schools)
  • Taketa Junior High School
    • Sojo Junior High School - 2003In (15), it was integrated with the former Taketa Junior High School and became the current Taketa Junior High School.
  • Taketa Nanbu Junior High School
    • Nansei Junior High School / Feng Zu Junior High School- 2005(17), integrated due to the decrease in the number of students
  • Kuju Junior High School
  • Direct junior high school
  • Midorigaoka Junior High School
  • Tono Junior High School

primary school

Takeda City (12 schools)
  • Takeda Elementary School (integrated with Okamoto Elementary School from 2013)
  • Toyooka Elementary School
  • Shirohara Elementary School
  • Southern Elementary School
  • Soho Elementary School
  • Sugo Elementary School
  • Miyagidai Elementary School
  • Direct elementary school

Special school

  • Oita Prefectural Taketa School for the Disabled

Social education

Cultural facility

  • Grants Taketa
  • Mt. Sobosan foot experience exchange facility "A grandmother school building"
  • Taketa City Outdoor Activity Facility

Library / library

Museums

  • Ogi Miraikan (closed on March 26, 3) ⇒ Moved the function to Ogi Station Exchange Center.The function of Ogi Miraikan is the Ogi Station Exchange Center (Ogi Station Exchange Center)Bungo-Ogi Station) In the library / material exhibition room.
  • Kusumi Museum Sayaka Kusumi

Public hall

  • Taketa City Central Community Center
  • Takeda Annex
  • Okamoto Annex
  • Meiji Annex
  • Toyooka Annex
  • Tamarai Annex
  • Matsumoto Annex
  • Irita Annex
  • Japan Post Annex
  • Miyato Annex
  • Sugo Annex
  • Miyagi Annex
  • Joharu district building
  • Ogi Chuo Public Hall
  • Kashiwabara Community Center
  • Kuzumichuo Public Hall
  • Tsuno Community Center
  • Shiratan Public Hall
  • Direct entry central public hall
  • Yamamura Exchange Center

Physical education facility

  • Taketa City Directly Entered Sports Park
  • Taketa City Kusumi Sports Park
  • Takeda Municipal Sports Park
  • Taketa City Gymnasium (Taketa Civic Gymnasium Former Workers Youth Home Gymnasium)
  • Taketa City Ogi Ground
  • Taketa City Direct B & G Marine Center

post office

  • Taketa Post Office(Takedacho) (Collection and Delivery Bureau)
  • Taketa Station Post Office (Large Aiai)
  • Japan Post Meiji Post Office (Large Ueki)
  • Tamarai Post Office (Large Tamarai)
  • Sugo Post Office (Large Sugo)
  • Shirohara Post Office (Large Yonai)
  • Okamoto Post Office (Oaza Miyake)
  • Miyagi Simple Post Office (Large Sumikamado)
  • Irita Post Office (Oaza Monden)
  • Miyato Post Office (Oaza Tsugikura)
  • Japan Post (Oaza Kobaru)
  • Ogi Post Office(Ogibaba) (Collection and Delivery Bureau)
  • Kashiwara Post Office (Ogi Gourd)
  • Kusumi Post Office (Kusumi) (Collection and Delivery Bureau)
  • Tono Post Office (Kuju Naoki)
  • Shirani Post Office (Kuju Shiratan)
  • Nagayu Post Office (directly entered Nagayu)
  • Shimotakeda Post Office (Naoiri Ueda Kita)

Transportation

Most of the city except the city centerRailway blank areaForPrivate car,bus-TaxiThe mainstream is to move around.The city center is surrounded by a basin surrounded by mountains, and there are so many tunnels that you have to go through tunnels everywhere, so it is nicknamed "Lotus Root Town".[1].

空港

Railway line

The main station is Bungo-Taketa Station.In the direction of Miemachi and Oita, about one train is operated every hour except for some hours, but the number of trains operating west of the station will decrease significantly.

Transit Bus

Taxi operators

  • Central taxi
  • Ito agency (Driving agency)
  • Takeda Godo Taxis
  • International Tourism Transportation (formerly Sato Taxi)
  • Joint taxi

道路

Regional high standard road

toll road

General national road

Prefectural road

Road Station

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

Sights/historic sites/tourist spots

Festivals and events

  • Oka Castle Sakura Festival (May 4)
  • Takeda Tanabata Festival (8nd Saturday and Sunday of August)
  • Takeraku (11rd Saturday and Sunday of November)
  • Castle Town Fireworks Festival (Mid August)
  • Tono Autumn Festival (10nd Saturday of October)

XNUMX selections

Celebrity from Taketa City

footnote

[How to use footnotes]
  1. ^ a b Kenji Asai "Dictionary to understand roads and roads"Japan Business Publisher, November 2001, 11, first edition, page 10.ISBN 4-534-03315-X.
  2. ^ Forecast classification of Oita prefecture Oita Local Meteorological Observatory
  3. ^ New City Construction Plan New Town Development in Takeda Direct Area Section 2 Overview of New City (PDF) --Takeda Naoiri Area Municipal Merger Council
  4. ^ a b c d e Takeda Normal value (year / month value) Details (temperature) Japanese Meteorological Agency
  5. ^ February 26-2, 13 Damage caused by heavy snowfall (as of 18) (PDF) Oita Prefecture Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Department, March 2014, 3
  6. ^ Takeda Normal value (year / month value) Details (precipitation) Japanese Meteorological Agency
  7. ^ Characteristics of heavy rains and flood disasters that occurred in the northern part of Oita prefecture in July 2012 (PDF) Haruhiko Yamamoto, Toshinari Yamazaki, Minori Yamamoto, Hokuto Kobayashi, Natural Disaster Science J. JSNDS 32-3 233-248 (2013)
  8. ^ a b c d e Value of 1st to 10th in observation history (value throughout the year) Japanese Meteorological Agency
  9. ^ Vote counting results-Prefectural elections, Oita prefecture [Unified Local Elections 2015] Yomiuri Shimbun
  10. ^ Election distinction list of members Oita homepage
  11. ^ Statistics table by prefecture / city (national census) Statistics table by prefecture / city (population by gender, age 3 categories / ratio, workers, daytime population, etc.) Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Statistics Bureau

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