Hino (日野市, Hino-shi) is a city located in the western portion of Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. As of 1 February 2016[update], the city had an estimated population of 185,133, and a population density of 6720 persons per km². Its total area is 27.55 square kilometres (10.64 sq mi).
Hino City Hall
Location of Hino in Tokyo Metropolis
|• Mayor||Fuyuhiko Otsubo (since April 2013)|
|• Total||27.55 km2 (10.64 sq mi)|
|• Density||6,720/km2 (17,400/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+9 (Japan Standard Time)|
|• Tree||Live oak|
|• Bird||Common kingfisher|
|Address||1-12-1 Shimmei, Hino-shi, Tokyo-to 191-8686|
Hino is in Western Tokyo. The city has three geographical regions. The western part is called the Hino plateau, approximately 100 meters above sea level. The southern part is Tama Hills, between 150 and 200 meters above sea level. The eastern part of the city is an alluvial plain of the Tama River.
In the post-Meiji Restoration cadastral reform of 1871, Hino-juku became part of Kanagawa Prefecture. In the reorganization of districts in 1889, Hino-juku came under the jurisdiction of Minamitama District. The entire district was transferred to the control of Tokyo Prefecture on April 1, 1893, at which time Hino-juku was proclaimed Hino Town. The area of the town expanded through annexation of neighboring villages in 1901 and 1958. On November 3, 1963, Hino was elevated to city status.
Hino is largely a regional commercial center and bedroom community for central Tokyo.
- Tokyo Metropolitan University – Hino campus
- Meisei University
- Jissen Women's University
- Sugino Fashion College – Hino campus
Primary and secondaryEdit
Hino has 17 public elementary schools and eight public middle schools operated by the Hino City Board of Education, and three public high schools operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education.
- JR East – Chūō Main Line
- Keio Corporation – Keiō Line
- Keio Corporation – Keiō Dōbutsuen Line
- Tama Toshi Monorail Line
Notable people from HinoEdit
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- Official website(in Japanese)
- Orient Watch History Archived 2012-01-10 at the Wayback Machine, (in Japanese). Retrieved 3 October 2014
- "Notice Regarding Relocation of Epson Imaging Devices Tokyo Sales Office." Seiko Epson. December 22, 2008. Retrieved on January 13, 2009.
- "Information." World Trade Center Tokyo. Retrieved on January 13, 2009.
- 日野市と紫波町. Hino City Official Website (in Japanese). Retrieved 29 July 2018.
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- Hino City Official Website (in Japanese)