Senryu village (Saitama)
|Abolition day||August 1, 1955|
|Abolition reason||Admission merger |
Senryu village → Kitaadachi-gunSoka-cho
|The current local government||Soka-shi, Koshigaya-shi|
|Data at the time of the abolition|
|District||The Kanto district|
|The metropolis and districts||Saitama|
|Total population||3,577 people |
|The adjacent local government||Minamisaitama-gunKoshigaya-cho、Article 8 village、 |
|Senryu village office|
|The location||Yanagimura, Koorigawa, Minamisaitama, Saitama Mugitsuka|
From the name of 4 villages which merged, in by one character, adopted Kakinoki (the persimmon come), Ihara (is, and swell), south Aoyagi (Minami Aoyagi), Mugitsuka (むぎづか) and a hiragana letter, and connected the origins of the name of a village (as for the old use of kana of the senryu "かはやぎ"); .
I almost hit current Aoyagi, Soka-shi (Aoyagi-cho), Kakinokicho, a part of part, Taisei-cho of Kawayanagicho, Koshigaya-shi, Ihara, Minamicho.
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- A river: Nakagawa
- Kakinoki-mura, south Aoyagi-mura, Ihara village, Mugitsuka-mura merges with - municipality organization enforcement (1889) on April 1 in 1889, and Yanagimura, Koorigawa, Minamisaitama is established.
- I incorporate a part of the - Minamisaitama-gun University Sagami village east (1950) in 1950 and assume it Kamiya (うわや).
- It is admitted into the - Kitaadachi-gun Soka-cho (1955) on August 1 in 1955.
- Ihara, Kamiya, Mugitsuka separates from the Soka-cho (1955) among - old senryu villages on November 3 in 1955 and is admitted into the Minamisaitama-gun Koshigaya-cho.
- From ^ "Tsunogawa place name unabridged dictionary, Saitama, Japan"
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