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Sawata-cho

Sawata-cho

The town where Sawata-cho (さわたまち) has been ever put in Niigata Sado. Facing the Gulf of south Mano of Sado, I was the strategic point of the road traffic. It merged on March 1, 2004 and became a part of Sado-shi. Local ではさわだと becomes muddy and is often pronounced, and it is seen that store's name などでさわだの expression is used.

Sawata-cho
Abolition day March 1, 2004
Abolition reason New merger
All 10 Sado Shimauchi cities, towns and villages → Sado-shi
The current local government Sado-shi
Data at the time of the abolition
Country Japanese flag Japan
District The Chubu District, the Hokuriku district
The Koshinnetsu district
The metropolis and districts Niigata
County Sado
Group cord 15,602-7
Area 47.7km²
(there is a border undecided part)
Total population 9,909 people
(January 31, 2004)
The adjacent local government Aikawa-choKanaimachiMano-cho
Tree of town Pine
The queen of the town Chrysanthemum
Sawata-cho government office
The location 952-1314
Niigata Sado 394, ooaza-Kawaharadahonmachi, Sawatamachi
(current Sawata, Sado-shi branch)

Outside link Sado-shi official page
Sawata district official page
Position of Sawata-cho
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Geography

It was located in the western part of Sado and contacted with the Gulf of Mano. The southeast of the town was the western part of country relation plains, and Kitanishi was a part of great Sado Mountains.

  • A river: Country Fukawa, stone Tagawa, wild town River
  • Wetlands, a dam: Second Wachi, Sawata dam

Adjacent local government

History

  • It is April 1 (1889) for 1,889 years
    • Sawanemachi and Sawanemura merged and became Sawanemachi-mura.
    • 50 Satomura, 50 village basket towns, 50 village Sumiyamachi merged, and it was in Satocho in half a century.
    • Kawaradamachi and Kaharada Suwacho merged and became Kawaradamachi.
    • Yawata village, Hachimancho, Shinmachi, Yawata merged and became the Yawata village.
    • Hara-mura merged in Ninomiya-mura, Shinkouji-mura, Kaminagaki-mura, Shimonagaki-mura, Kamiyabase-mura, stone Tamura, Ichinosawa-mura and became Ninomiya-mura.
    • Kubota village, blue Nomura, Yamadamura merged and became Noda-mura.
  • Kawaradamachi was renamed to Kawarada-cho (1898) on September 9 in 1898.
  • Sawanemachi-mura and 50 Satomura merged (1901) on November 1 in 1901 and became Sawanemachi.
  • Ninomiya-mura and Noda-mura merged (1902) on April 1 in 1902 and became Ninomiya-mura.
  • Sawanemachi, Kawarada-cho, Ninomiya-mura, Yawata village merged (1954) on July 20 in 1954 and became Sawata-cho. The name of a street comes from old 郡名雑太郡.
  • I participate in Sado-shi merger of towns and villages examination meeting (2001) in June, 2001.
  • Because it was a population scale next to Ryotsu-shi (2002), I demand that I establish a city hall in Sawata-cho in August, 2002. However, I am rejected in a meeting and leave a meeting because it was decided that I build the city hall to Kanaimachi of the central part of the island.
  • A meeting (2003) legal in January, 2003 in 9 cities, towns and villages except Sawata-cho is a reinstallation. I take the responsibility for the confusion, and the mayor resigns. I join for a meeting after a referendum with the mayor of the successor.
  • Ryotsu-shi, Aikawa-cho, Sawata-cho, Kanaimachi, new ear village, Hatanomachi, Mano-cho, Ogi-cho, Hamochimachi, Akadomari-mura merged (2004) on March 1 in 2004 and became Sado-shi.

Administrative

  • The mayor: Osamu Nakagawa

Economic

Industrial

Sister city, partner city

Unavailable

Local

Education

The parenthesis is the number of students of January 13, 2004

  • Sawata Junior High School (254)
  • Swamp root elementary school (90)
  • Kawarada Elementary School (200)
  • Yahata Elementary School (77)
  • Ninomiya Elementary School (194)

Traffic

Road

National highway No. 350 entered at northeast Kanaimachi and turned to the southeastern direction at the shore and fell out to Mano-cho. A road reached in west Aikawa-cho. Large Sado Skyline which ran in the west boundary of the town concluded Kanaimachi and Aikawa-cho.

Famous place, historic site, tourist attraction, sacred rites, special event

Native place celebrity

  • Shodo Sasaki (artist, casting)

Allied item

Outside link

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