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Toki (土岐郡, Toki-gun) was a district located in Gifu, Japan.
The cities of Toki-all areas, Tajimi-excluding areas south of Tokigawa River, and Mizunami-excluding the former town of Toge are the areas of the former Toki District.
On January 23, 2006, the town of Kasahara merged into the city of Tajimiand therefore the district no longer exists.
Gifu Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region of Honshu. Gifu Prefecture has a population of 1,991,390 and has a geographic area of 10,621 square kilometres (4,101 sq mi). Gifu Prefecture borders Toyama Prefecture to the north; Ishikawa Prefecture to the northwest; Fukui Prefecture to the west; Shiga Prefecture to the southwest; Mie Prefecture and Aichi Prefecture to the south; and Nagano Prefecture to the east.
Tajimi is a city located in Gifu, Japan. As of 1 March 2020, the city had an estimated population of 110,070 in 46,580 households, and a population density of 1200 people per km2. The total area of the city was 117.01 square kilometres (45.18 sq mi). The city is famous for its production of Mino ware ceramics, especially in the Oribe and Seto styles. Tajimi is a member of the World Health Organization’s Alliance for Healthy Cities (AFHC).
Mizunami is a city located in Gifu, Japan. As of 1 January 2019, the city had an estimated population of 37,705, and a population density of 220 persons per km2. The total area of the city was 174.86 square kilometres (67.51 sq mi). Mizunami's biggest claim to fame came in 1995, when the largest ceramic plate in the world, as recognised by the Guinness Book of Records, was created by the Inatsu Town Planning Association in the city. It measures 2.8 metres in diameter.
Ena is a city located in Gifu, Japan. As of 1 June 2019, the city had an estimated population of 48,777, and a population density of 96.7 persons per km², in 19,820 households. The total area of the city was 504.24 square kilometres (194.69 sq mi).
Toki is a city located in Gifu, Japan. As of 31 January 2018, the city had an estimated population of 58,567 in 24485 households, and a population density of 500 persons per km2. The total area of the city was 117.01 square kilometres (45.18 sq mi). Toki is known as one of the largest producers of Japanese pottery, generally referred to as Mino ware.
Kani is a city located in Gifu, Japan. As of 1 January 2019, the city had an estimated population of 102,143, and a population density of 1200 persons per km2, in 42,233 households. The total area of the city was 87.57 square kilometres (33.81 sq mi).
Mino Province, one of the old provinces of Japan, encompassed the southern part of modern-day Gifu Prefecture. It was sometimes called Nōshū (濃州). Mino Province bordered Echizen, Hida, Ise, Mikawa, Ōmi, Owari, and Shinano Provinces.
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.
Mitake is a town located in Kani District, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 January 2019, the town had an estimated population of 18,363 and a population density of 330 persons per km2, in 7,348 households. The total area of the town was 56.69 square kilometres (21.89 sq mi).
Kasahara was a town located in Toki District, Gifu Prefecture, Japan.
Kiso District is a district located in Nagano Prefecture, Japan.
Higashitagawa District is a rural district located in Yamagata Prefecture, Japan. As of October 2013, the district has an estimated population of 29,957 and an area of 282.47 km2. Much of the city of Tsuruoka and a portion of the city of Sakata was formerly part of Higashitagawa District.
Chūkyō, or the Chūkyō region, is a major metropolitan area in Japan that is centered on the city of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture. The area makes up the most urbanized part of the Tōkai region. The population of 9,552,132 over an area of 7,072 square kilometers. ［http://demographia.com/db-worldua.pdf] Nevertheless, like most of Japan's major metro areas, the core of it lies on a fertile alluvial plain, in this case the Nōbi Plain.
Tōnō (東濃) is the southeastern portion of Gifu Prefecture in the Chūbu region of Japan. The Tōnō region received its name as a combination of the kanji for "east" (東) and "Mino" (美濃). The borders of this region are not officially set, but it generally consists of the following cities: Tajimi, Toki, Mizunami, Ena and Nakatsugawa. Occasionally, Kani, usually part of the Chūnō region, is also included as being part of Tōnō.
Ōkute-juku was the forty-seventh of the sixty-nine stations of the Nakasendō during the Edo period. This is the first station along the Nakasendō to be in the domain of the Owari clan, one of the most powerful regional clans. It is located in the present-day city of Mizunami, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Alternative kanji for the post town are 大久手.
Hosokute-juku was the forty-eighth of the sixty-nine stations of the Nakasendō during the Edo period and it is located in the present-day city of Mizunami, Gifu Prefecture, Japan.
National Route 19 is a national highway connecting Nagoya and Nagano in Japan.
The Shōnai River is a Class 1 river flowing through Gifu and Aichi prefectures in Japan. In Gifu Prefecture, it is also referred to as the Toki River ; around the city of Kasugai in Aichi Prefecture, it is referred to as the Tamano River. Fujimae-higata exists in the River mouth.
Agigawa Dam is a dam built on the Kisogawa River system, located in the Higashino section of Ena City, in Gifu Prefecture, Japan.