Toyono, Osaka

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Toyono

豊能町
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Toyono
Location in Japan
Coordinates: 34°55′N135°30′E / 34.917°N 135.500°E / 34.917; 135.500 Coordinates: 34°55′N135°30′E / 34.917°N 135.500°E / 34.917; 135.500
CountryJapan
Region Kansai
Kinki
Prefecture Osaka Prefecture
District Toyono
Government
  MayorRyuichi Tanaka
Area
  Total34.37 km2 (13.27 sq mi)
Population
 (October 1, 2016)
  Total19,519
  Density570/km2 (1,500/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+09:00 (JST)
City hall address414-1 Yono, Toyono-chō, Toyono-gun, Osaka-fu
563-0292
Website www.town.toyono.osaka.jp

Toyono (豊能町, Toyono-chō) is one of the two towns in Toyono District. The town is located in the second northernmost area in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The town is surrounded by two municipal borders to Kyoto Prefecture and Kawanishi city (Hyogo Prefecture). The town covers the hilly and forest area in northern Osaka Prefecture. The West Block is at 200 to 300 meters high altitude, and the East and Southeast Blocks are at 400 to 600 meters high.

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As of October 2016, the town has an estimated population of 19,519 and a density of 570 persons per km2. The total area is 34.37 km2.

The West Block has a few convenient access to the nearby city area within a 10-minute car drive. The Super highway provides an exit called "Minoh Todoromi" and the electrical railways provide 3 stations in the West Block. The railway runs to the northwest and to the south. It takes less than 1 hour to Osaka Umeda Station.

Transportation

Railways

Buses

Highway


Blocks (City Block's Postal Zip Code)

West Block

  • Yoshikawa 563-0101
  • Tokiwadai 563-0102
  • Higashi-Tokiwadai 563-0103
  • Kofudai 563-0104
  • Shinkofudai 563-0105
  • Honotani 563-0100

East Block

  • Yono 563-0219
  • Nomaguchi 563-0218
  • Maki 563-0211
  • Kirihata 563-0213
  • Terada 563-0212
  • Kawashiri 563-0217
  • Kishiro 563-0215
  • Kibogaoka 563-0214

Southeast Block

  • Takayama 563-0216


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