Here is a list of mergers in Osaka Prefecture, Japan since the Meiji era.
Osaka Prefecture is a prefecture located in the Kansai region on Honshu, the main island of Japan. The capital is the city of Osaka. It is the center of Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto area. Osaka is one of the two "urban prefectures" of Japan, Kyoto being the other.
Japan is an island country in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies off the eastern coast of the Asian continent and stretches from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and the Philippine Sea in the south.
This list is incomplete. Many changes are missing.
Asada was a Japanese domain of the Edo period, located in Settsu Province. It was founded by Aoki Kazushige, who had served as a vassal of Toyotomi Hideyori, but was granted Asada after the Osaka Campaign, by Tokugawa Ieyasu. The domain was rated at 12,000 koku, and remained under the rule of the Aoki clan until the Meiji era.
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The Sayama Domain was a Japanese domain of the Edo period, located in Kawachi Province, and headquartered in what is now Ōsakasayama. It was ruled for the entirety of its history by the Hōjō clan, a branch of the Later Hōjō clan.
Yasu is a city located in Shiga Prefecture, Japan.
Tajiri is a town located in Sen'nan District, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
This list is incomplete. Some mergers are missing.
Toyono is a district located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Senboku is a district located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Sennan is a district located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
This list is incomplete. Most mergers are missing.
After the modern municipalities (cities, towns and villages) were introduced and the Great Meiji mergers performed in 1889 and after the 1896 #District mergers, Osaka consisted of:
Mishima is a district located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Ibaraki is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is a suburban city of Osaka City and a part of the Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe metropolitan area. Ibaraki translates to "wild trees" or "thorny trees". The city was incorporated on January 1, 1948.
Ikeda is a city in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
The Kansai region or the Kinki region lies in the southern-central region of Japan's main island Honshū. The region includes the prefectures of Mie, Nara, Wakayama, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyōgo and Shiga, sometimes Fukui, Tokushima and Tottori. While the use of the terms "Kansai" and "Kinki" have changed over history, in most modern contexts the use of the two terms is interchangeable. The urban region of Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto is the second-most populated in Japan after the Greater Tokyo Area.
Nara Prefecture is a prefecture in the Kansai region of Japan. The capital is the city of Nara. Nara Prefecture has the distinction of having more UNESCO World Heritage Listings than any other prefecture.
The district is today a geographical and statistical unit comprising one or several rural municipalities in Japan. It was used as an administrative unit in Japan in antiquity and between 1878 and 1921 and was roughly equivalent to the county of the United States, ranking at the level below prefecture and above town or village, same as city.
Matsubara is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Habikino is a city located in eastern Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is particularly well known for its grape production, as well as the many ancient burial mounds that dot its landscape. The city was founded on January 15, 1959.
Settsu Province was a province of Japan, which today comprises the southeastern part of Hyōgo Prefecture and the northern part of Osaka Prefecture. It was also referred to as Tsu Province or Sesshū (摂州).
Kawachi Province was a province of Japan in the eastern part of modern Osaka Prefecture. It originally held the southwestern area that was split off into Izumi Province. It was also known as Kashū(河州).
Izumi Province was a province of Japan. It is also referred to as Senshū(泉州). It lay in Kinai, and its area today composes the south-western part of Osaka Prefecture. The Ōshōji in Sakai was the border with Settsu Province, until the beginning of the Meiji period, when the boundary was changed to be at the Yamato River. Izumi was classified as a lower province in the Engishiki.
Shimotsuke Province was a province of Japan in the area of Japan that is today Tochigi Prefecture. Shimotsuke was bordered by Kōzuke, Hitachi, Mutsu and Shimōsa Provinces. Its abbreviated form name was Yashū (野州). Under the Engishiki classification system, Shimotsuke was ranked as one of the 13 "great countries" (大国) in terms of importance, and one of the 30 "far countries" (遠国) in terms of distance from the capital. The provincial capital is located in what is now the city of Tochigi. The Ichinomiya of the province is the Futarasan jinja located in what is now the city of Utsunomiya.
Shima Province was a province of Japan which consisted of a peninsula in the southeastern part of modern Mie Prefecture. Its abbreviated name was Shishū (志州). Shima bordered on Ise Province to the west, and on Ise Bay on the north, east and south.
Sagamihara is a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is the third most populous city in the prefecture, after Yokohama and Kawasaki, and the fifth most populous suburb of the Greater Tokyo Area. Its northern neighbor is Machida, with which a cross-prefectural merger has been proposed.
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.
Kōza District is a district located in central Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It currently consists of only one town, Samukawa. The entire cities of Chigasaki, Fujisawa, Yamato, Ayase, Ebina, Zama; and parts of the city of Sagamihara, were formerly part of Kōza District.
Izumi-ku (泉区) is the northernmost ward of the city of Sendai, in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 July 2017, the ward had a population of 215,048 and a population density of 1470 persons per km2 in 90,336 households. The total area of the ward was 146.61 square kilometres (56.61 sq mi). Izumi-ku is the twelfth-largest ward in Japan in terms of area, and third-largest in Sendai. Formerly the independent city of Izumi, the population of the area expanded extremely rapidly from the mid-1970s onwards as a bedroom community for central Sendai. In 1988, the city of Izumi was annexed by Sendai.
Odawara Domain was a Japanese domain of the Edo period, located primarily in western Sagami Province. It was centered on Odawara Castle in what is now the city of Odawara.
The Osaka Plain refers to a 1,600 km² area of flat land, the largest plain in the Kinki region, including a large part of Osaka Prefecture and a southeastern portion of Hyōgo Prefecture. It is bordered on the north by the Hokusetsu Mount Range, on the east by the Ikoma Mount Range and Kongō Mount Range, on the south by the Izumi Mount Range, and on the west by Osaka Bay. On occasion, it is called the Sekkasen Plain after the names of former Settsu Province, Kawachi Province and Izumi Province.
Minami-Hanna Road is a national expressway in the Kinki region of Japan. It is owned and operated by Osaka Prefecutural Road Public Corporation and West Nippon Expressway Company.
Hekikai District was a rural district located in central Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As a result of various consolidations and mergers of municipalities, the district was incorporated into the five cities of Kariya, Anjō, Takahama, Chiryū and Hekinan in 2005.