List of mergers in Aichi Prefecture

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Here is a list of mergers in Aichi Prefecture, Japan in the Heisei period (i.e. the current period).

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Mergers from April 1, 1999 to Present

Planned/Future Mergers

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Owari Province Former province of Japan

Owari Province was a province of Japan in the area that today forms the western half of Aichi Prefecture, including the modern city of Nagoya. The province was created in 646. Owari bordered on Mikawa, Mino, and Ise Provinces. Owari and Mino provinces were separated by the Sakai River, which means "border river." The province's abbreviated name was Bishū (尾州).

Shinshiro City in Chūbu, Japan

Shinshiro is a city located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 October 2019, the city had an estimated population of 44,581 in 17,691 households, and a population density of 89.3 persons per km². The total area of the city is 499.23 square kilometres (192.75 sq mi).

Tahara, Aichi City in Chūbu, Japan

Tahara is a city located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 October 2019, the city had an estimated population of 60,206 in 22,576 households, and a population density of 315 persons per km². The total area of the city is 191.12 square kilometres (73.79 sq mi).

Mikawa Province Former province of Japan

Mikawa Province was an old province in the area that today forms the eastern half of Aichi Prefecture. Its abbreviated form name was Sanshū. Mikawa bordered on Owari, Mino, Shinano, and Tōtōmi Provinces.

Kamo was a district located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.

Aichi Prefecture Prefecture of Japan

Aichi Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region of Honshū. Aichi Prefecture has a population of 7,552,873 and a geographic area of 5,172.92 square kilometres (1,997.28 sq mi) with a population density of 1,460 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,800/sq mi). Aichi Prefecture borders Mie Prefecture to the west, Gifu Prefecture and Nagano Prefecture to the north, and Shizuoka Prefecture to the east.

Nishikasugai District

Nishikasugai is a district located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Nukata District

Nukata is a rural district located in central Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As a result of various consolidations and mergers of municipalities, most of the district was incorporated into the cities of Okazaki and Toyota, and now consists of only the town of Kōta.

Fujioka, Aichi Former municipality in Chūbu, Japan

Fujioka was a town located in Nishikamo District, north-central Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Shimoyama, Aichi Former municipality in Chūbu, Japan

Shimoyama was a village located in Higashikamo District, east-central Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Asahi, Aichi Former municipality in Chūbu, Japan

Asahi was a town located in Higashikamo District, north-central Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Inabu Former municipality in Chūbu, Japan

Inabu was a town located in Higashikamo District, in the mountainous section of north-central Aichi Prefecture, Japan, bordering Gifu Prefecture and Nagano Prefecture.

Higashikamo was a rural district located in Nishimikawa Region in central Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The entire district is now part of the city of Toyota.

Kitashitara District

Kitashitara District is a rural district located in northeastern Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Minamishitara District Former district in Aichi prefecture, Japan

Minamishitara was a rural district located in eastern Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Kozakai Former municipality in Chūbu, Japan

Kozakai was a town located in Hoi District, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Atsumi, Aichi Former municipality in Chūbu, Japan

Atsumi was a town located in Atsumi District, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Atsumi was a rural district located in southern Aichi Prefecture, Japan, located on the Atsumi Peninsula in Mikawa Bay. As a result of various consolidations and mergers of municipalities, the district was incorporated into the cities of Toyohashi and Tahara in 2005.

Toyohashi Core city in Chūbu, Japan

Toyohashi is a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 December 2019, the city had an estimated population of 377,453 in 160,516 households and a population density of 1,400 persons per km². The total area of the city was 261.86 square kilometres (101.10 sq mi). By area, Toyohashi was Aichi Prefecture's second-largest city until March 31, 2005 when it was surpassed by the city of Toyota, which had merged with six peripheral municipalities.

References

  1. 市制施行準備(平成24年1月4日「長久手市」誕生に向けて) Archived 2012-01-08 at the Wayback Machine Nagakute Town official site, retrieved on August 13, 2011 (in Japanese)