Habikino

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Habikino (羽曳野市, Habikino-shi) 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.

Habikino

羽曳野市
Panoramic view of downtown Habikino and Furuichi tomb group heritage site
Panoramic view of downtown Habikino and Furuichi tomb group heritage site
Flag of Habikino
Flag
Official seal of Habikino
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Location of Habikino in Osaka Prefecture
Location of Habikino in Osaka Prefecture
Habikino is located in Japan
Habikino
Habikino
Location in Japan
Coordinates: 34°33′N 135°36′E / 34.550°N 135.600°E / 34.550; 135.600Coordinates: 34°33′N 135°36′E / 34.550°N 135.600°E / 34.550; 135.600
CountryJapan
RegionKansai
PrefectureOsaka Prefecture
First official recorded150 AD
City settledJanuary 15, 1959
Government
 • MayorTsuguo Kitagawa
Area
 • Total26.44 km2 (10.21 sq mi)
Population
 (February 28, 2017)
 • Total113,256
 • Density4,300/km2 (11,000/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+09:00 (JST)
City hall address4-1-1 Konda, Habikino-shi, Ōsaka-fu
583-8585
Websitewww.city.habikino.lg.jp
Symbols
FlowerPeach
TreeMandarin Orange

As of February 28, 2017, the city has an estimated population of 113,256 and a population density of 4,300 persons per km².[1] The total area is 26.44 km².

Habikino city office

Yu Darvish was born and grew up in this city.

Sister cities and friendship citiesEdit

Within JapanEdit

InternationallyEdit

EducationEdit

Universities and technical schoolsEdit


All of Primary and Secondary schools are public.

Primary schoolsEdit

  • Eganosyo Primary school
  • Komagatani Primary school
  • Takawashi Primary school
  • Takawashi Kita Primary school
  • Takawashi Minami Primary school
  • Tanbi Primary school
  • Nishiura Primary school
  • Nishiura Higashi Primary school
  • Hanifu Minami Primary school
  • Furuichi Primary school
  • Furuichi minami Primary school
  • Hakucho Primary school
  • Habikigaoka Primary school

Secondary schoolsEdit

  • Kawarajou Secondary school
  • Konda Secondary school
  • Takawashi Secondary school
  • Takawashi Minami Secondary school
  • Minezuka Secondary school

Primary and Secondary schoolEdit

  • Habikino Hanifu Gakuen

Senior High schoolsEdit

  • Osaka Prefectural Kaifukan High School

TransportationEdit

RailEdit

BusEdit

  • Kintetsu Bus
    • From Furuichi Station in the east, buses carry passengers on routes to Habikigaoka, Shitennōji International Buddhist University, Momoyama-dai, and Fujiidera Station.
    • From Eganoshō Station in the west, there is a bus route to Kawachi-Matsubara Station which also covers Mihara-ku in Sakai.
  • Kongō Bus
    • Buses pick up passengers at Kaminotaishi Station.

RoadsEdit

National toll roadsEdit

Minami-Hanna Expressway (two interchanges within city limits):

  • Habikino Interchange
  • Habikino-Higashi Interchange

National non-toll roadsEdit

Prefectural roadsEdit

  • Osaka/Nara Prefectural Route 12: Sakai-Yamato-Takada Highway
  • Osaka Prefectural Route 27: Kashiwara-Komagatani-Chihayaakasaka Highway
  • Osaka Prefectural Route 31: Sakai-Habikino Highway
  • Osaka Prefectural Route 32: Mihara-Taishi Highway

Historical PlaceEdit

Furuichi Kofungun, a group of Kofun, includes some kofun in Habikino.[2] They are recorded as World Heritage Sites.

Notable PeopleEdit

Surrounding municipalitiesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Official website of Habikino city" (in Japanese). Japan: Habikino City. Retrieved 10 April 2017.
  2. ^ "World Heritage Mozu-Furuichi Kofun Group: Mounded Tombs of Ancient Japan". www.mozu-furuichi.jp. Retrieved 2020-04-27.

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