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Former Prime Minister Abe's farewell ceremony Mrs. Akie Abe at the official residence and Diet "I'm still dreaming"

 
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    Shinagawa

    Shinagawa(Shinagawaku) isTokyo OfWardLocated in the southspecial area.

    Overview

    Origin of place name

    Old Shinagawa Ward and oldEbara WardWas merged and launched.There were candidates for the new ward names such as "Oi ward", "Tokai ward", "Jonan ward", "Yatsuyama ward", and "Minato ward", but the old Shinagawa ward was followed.[1]..Among the special wards that were born in Tokyo at the same time, the old ward name was adopted as the new ward name.

    Geography

    位置

    Tokyo WardIn the south, in the westYamanoteplateau, EastTokyo BayTo face. The area isTokaidoOldShinagawaincluding[2].

    terrain

    With the plateauLowlandThe eastern part is Tokyo Bay (Tokyo Port) FacingLandfillIs.The plateauMeguro RiverTo the north of Shiba Shirokanedai, Meguro RiverTachikawaMegurodai is in between, and Ebaradai is south of the Tachiai River. NoneMusashino PlateauIs the end of.LowlandsShinagawaArea andOiIt extends along the area and along the river.also,EnclaveIn an isolated positional relationshipEast YashioExists,Tokyo Port TunnelIt is connected with.

    River

    Main river
    Main canals

    Adjacent municipality

    NorthMinato-kuShibuyaBorder the ward. West isMeguro, SouthOtaAnd in the eastMinato-ku,KotoContact with.

    Region

    In the "Tokyo 23 Ward Life Experience Ranking 2006" (September 2006, HOME'S Research), it was selected as the number one overall satisfaction level by residents of each ward in the 9 wards of Tokyo.

    地区

    The ward is divided into five districts based on the area of ​​the old town.

    Place name

    Town name

    In Shinagawa Ward,Act on Residential Displaybased onHouse displayIs being implemented.

    Shinagawa City OfficeJurisdiction (123 towns)
    Town nameTown name readingMachi Ward New establishment dateHouse display dateTown name just before the display of the residenceRemarks
    Ebara XNUMX-chomeAraApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9EBARA 1-7 (all), Hiratsuka 1-5, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Ebara XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9EBARA 1-7 (all), Hiratsuka 1-5, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Ebara SanchomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9EBARA 1-7 (all), Hiratsuka 1-5, Nishi-Osaki 2
    XNUMX EbaraApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9EBARA 1-7 (all), Hiratsuka 1-5, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Ebara XNUMX chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9EBARA 1-7 (all), Hiratsuka 1-5, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Ebara XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9EBARA 1-7 (all), Hiratsuka 1-5, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Ebara XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9EBARA 1-7 (all), Hiratsuka 1-5, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Oi XNUMX-chomeCanopyApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Armor Town, Oi Yamanaka Town, Oi Kurata Town, Oi Kashima Town, Oi Takioji Town, Oi Kozuka Town (all above), Oi Gongen Town, Oi Morishita Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 1
    Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Armor Town, Oi Yamanaka Town, Oi Kurata Town, Oi Kashima Town, Oi Takioji Town, Oi Kozuka Town (all above), Oi Gongen Town, Oi Morishita Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 1
    Oi SanchomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Armor Town, Oi Yamanaka Town, Oi Kurata Town, Oi Kashima Town, Oi Takioji Town, Oi Kozuka Town (all above), Oi Gongen Town, Oi Morishita Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 1
    Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Armor Town, Oi Yamanaka Town, Oi Kurata Town, Oi Kashima Town, Oi Takioji Town, Oi Kozuka Town (all above), Oi Gongen Town, Oi Morishita Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 1
    Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Armor Town, Oi Yamanaka Town, Oi Kurata Town, Oi Kashima Town, Oi Takioji Town, Oi Kozuka Town (all above), Oi Gongen Town, Oi Morishita Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 1
    Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Armor Town, Oi Yamanaka Town, Oi Kurata Town, Oi Kashima Town, Oi Takioji Town, Oi Kozuka Town (all above), Oi Gongen Town, Oi Morishita Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 1
    Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Armor Town, Oi Yamanaka Town, Oi Kurata Town, Oi Kashima Town, Oi Takioji Town, Oi Kozuka Town (all above), Oi Gongen Town, Oi Morishita Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 1
    Osaki XNUMX-chomeOsakiApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashi-Osaki 2 (all), Higashi-Osaki 3, Nishi-Shinagawa 5, Kitashinagawa 1, Nishi-Osaki 4
    Osaki XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashi-Osaki 2 (all), Higashi-Osaki 3, Nishi-Shinagawa 5, Kitashinagawa 1, Nishi-Osaki 4
    Osaki SanchomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashi-Osaki 2 (all), Higashi-Osaki 3, Nishi-Shinagawa 5, Kitashinagawa 1, Nishi-Osaki 4
    Osaki XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashi-Osaki 2 (all), Higashi-Osaki 3, Nishi-Shinagawa 5, Kitashinagawa 1, Nishi-Osaki 4
    Osaki XNUMX chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashi-Osaki 2 (all), Higashi-Osaki 3, Nishi-Shinagawa 5, Kitashinagawa 1, Nishi-Osaki 4
    Katsushima XNUMX-chomeKatsushimaApril 1964, 1April 1964, 1Katsushima Town (all) (Canal reclaimed land at XNUMX-chome)
    Katsushima XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1April 1964, 1Katsushima Town (all) (Canal reclaimed land at XNUMX-chome)
    Katsushima XNUMX-chomeApril 1982, 2April 1982, 2Katsushima Town (all) (Canal reclaimed land at XNUMX-chome)
    Kamiosaki XNUMX-chomeKamiosakiApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kamiosaki 1-3 (all), Kamiosaki Chojamaru (all), Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Shimooosaki 5
    Kamiosaki XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kamiosaki 1-3 (all), Kamiosaki Chojamaru (all), Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Shimooosaki 5
    Kamiosaki XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kamiosaki 1-3 (all), Kamiosaki Chojamaru (all), Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Shimooosaki 5
    Kamiosaki XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kamiosaki 1-3 (all), Kamiosaki Chojamaru (all), Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Shimooosaki 5
    Kitashinagawa XNUMX-chomeKita ShinagawaApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kitashinagawa 1, 2, 4, 6 (all), Kitashinagawa 3, 5, Minami Shinagawa 1, 4, Higashi-Osaki 1
    Kitashinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kitashinagawa 1, 2, 4, 6 (all), Kitashinagawa 3, 5, Minami Shinagawa 1, 4, Higashi-Osaki 1
    Kitashinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kitashinagawa 1, 2, 4, 6 (all), Kitashinagawa 3, 5, Minami Shinagawa 1, 4, Higashi-Osaki 1
    Kitashinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kitashinagawa 1, 2, 4, 6 (all), Kitashinagawa 3, 5, Minami Shinagawa 1, 4, Higashi-Osaki 1
    Kitashinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kitashinagawa 1, 2, 4, 6 (all), Kitashinagawa 3, 5, Minami Shinagawa 1, 4, Higashi-Osaki 1
    Kitashinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Kitashinagawa 1, 2, 4, 6 (all), Kitashinagawa 3, 5, Minami Shinagawa 1, 4, Higashi-Osaki 1
    Koyama XNUMX-chome(I.e.April 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyama 1-7 (all), Nishi-Osaki 3
    Oyama XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyama 1-7 (all), Nishi-Osaki 3
    Oyama SanchomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyama 1-7 (all), Nishi-Osaki 3
    Koyama XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyama 1-7 (all), Nishi-Osaki 3
    Oyama XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyama 1-7 (all), Nishi-Osaki 3
    Oyama XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyama 1-7 (all), Nishi-Osaki 3
    Koyama XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyama 1-7 (all), Nishi-Osaki 3
    Oyamadai XNUMX-chomeKoyamadaiApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyamadai 1-2 (all), Nishi-Osaki 4
    Oyamadai XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Oyamadai 1-2 (all), Nishi-Osaki 4
    Togoshi XNUMX-chomeThroughApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi-Togoshi 1-5 (all), Nishi-Togoshi 1, Higashi Nakanobu 2-1, Nishi-Shinagawa 3
    Togoshi XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi-Togoshi 1-5 (all), Nishi-Togoshi 1, Higashi Nakanobu 2-1, Nishi-Shinagawa 3
    Togoshi SanchomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi-Togoshi 1-5 (all), Nishi-Togoshi 1, Higashi Nakanobu 2-1, Nishi-Shinagawa 3
    Togoshi XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi-Togoshi 1-5 (all), Nishi-Togoshi 1, Higashi Nakanobu 2-1, Nishi-Shinagawa 3
    Togoshi XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi-Togoshi 1-5 (all), Nishi-Togoshi 1, Higashi Nakanobu 2-1, Nishi-Shinagawa 3
    Togoshi XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi-Togoshi 1-5 (all), Nishi-Togoshi 1, Higashi Nakanobu 2-1, Nishi-Shinagawa 3
    Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeNakabuApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nakanobu 1-5 (all), Higashi-Nakanobu 2-4
    Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nakanobu 1-5 (all), Higashi-Nakanobu 2-4
    Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nakanobu 1-5 (all), Higashi-Nakanobu 2-4
    Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nakanobu 1-5 (all), Higashi-Nakanobu 2-4
    Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nakanobu 1-5 (all), Higashi-Nakanobu 2-4
    Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nakanobu 1-5 (all), Higashi-Nakanobu 2-4
    Nishioi XNUMX-chomeNioiApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Morimae Town, Oihara Town, Oi Kaneko Town (all above), Oi Ito Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 6, Higashi Nakanobu 4
    Nishi-Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Morimae Town, Oihara Town, Oi Kaneko Town (all above), Oi Ito Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 6, Higashi Nakanobu 4
    Nishi-Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Morimae Town, Oihara Town, Oi Kaneko Town (all above), Oi Ito Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 6, Higashi Nakanobu 4
    Nishi-Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Morimae Town, Oihara Town, Oi Kaneko Town (all above), Oi Ito Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 6, Higashi Nakanobu 4
    Nishiooi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Morimae Town, Oihara Town, Oi Kaneko Town (all above), Oi Ito Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 6, Higashi Nakanobu 4
    Nishi-Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9April 1964, 9Oi Morimae Town, Oihara Town, Oi Kaneko Town (all above), Oi Ito Town, Oi Izushi Town, Futaba Town 6, Higashi Nakanobu 4
    West Gotanda XNUMX-chomeIt's all goneApril 1966, 9April 1966, 9五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    West Gotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1966, 9April 1966, 9五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    Nishigotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1966, 9April 1966, 9五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    Nishi-Gotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    Nishigotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    Nishigotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    West Gotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    Nishi Gotanda XNUMX chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2五反田2・4(全)、大崎本町1〜3(全)、西大崎1〜4、上大崎4、五反田1・3、西大崎1、東大崎4
    Nishishinagawa XNUMX-chomeNishishinagawaApril 1964, 9Nishishinagawa 5 (all), Nishishinagawa 1-4, Minamishinagawa 6, Toyomachi 1
    Nishishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Nishishinagawa 5 (all), Nishishinagawa 1-4, Minamishinagawa 6, Toyomachi 1
    Nishishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Nishishinagawa 5 (all), Nishishinagawa 1-4, Minamishinagawa 6, Toyomachi 1
    West Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeNishinakabuApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 1 (all), Hiratsuka 2-4
    Nishi-naka XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 1 (all), Hiratsuka 2-4
    Nishinaka XNUMXrd StreetApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 1 (all), Hiratsuka 2-4
    Hatanodai XNUMX-chomeHappinessApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 3-5 (all), Koyama 8 (all), Hiratsuka 6 (all), Hiratsuka 7
    Hatanodai XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 3-5 (all), Koyama 8 (all), Hiratsuka 6 (all), Hiratsuka 7
    Hatanodai XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 3-5 (all), Koyama 8 (all), Hiratsuka 6 (all), Hiratsuka 7
    Hatanodai XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 3-5 (all), Koyama 8 (all), Hiratsuka 6 (all), Hiratsuka 7
    Hatanodai XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 3-5 (all), Koyama 8 (all), Hiratsuka 6 (all), Hiratsuka 7
    Hatanodai XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Nishinaka Nobu 3-5 (all), Koyama 8 (all), Hiratsuka 6 (all), Hiratsuka 7
    Higashi Oi XNUMX-chomeHigashi OiApril 1964, 1Oi Samezu Town, Oibayashi Town, Oi Motoshiba Town, Oi Kitahamakawa Town, Ooi Sekigahara Town, Ooi Tatekai Town (all above)
    Higashi Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oi Samezu Town, Oibayashi Town, Oi Motoshiba Town, Oi Kitahamakawa Town, Ooi Sekigahara Town, Ooi Tatekai Town (all above)
    Higashi Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oi Samezu Town, Oibayashi Town, Oi Motoshiba Town, Oi Kitahamakawa Town, Ooi Sekigahara Town, Ooi Tatekai Town (all above)
    Higashi Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oi Samezu Town, Oibayashi Town, Oi Motoshiba Town, Oi Kitahamakawa Town, Ooi Sekigahara Town, Ooi Tatekai Town (all above)
    Higashi Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oi Samezu Town, Oibayashi Town, Oi Motoshiba Town, Oi Kitahamakawa Town, Ooi Sekigahara Town, Ooi Tatekai Town (all above)
    Higashi Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oi Samezu Town, Oibayashi Town, Oi Motoshiba Town, Oi Kitahamakawa Town, Ooi Sekigahara Town, Ooi Tatekai Town (all above)
    Higashigotanda XNUMX-chomeHigashigotadaApril 1966, 9Gotanda 5~6 (all), Shimo-Osaki 1 (all), Gotanda 1, Shimo-Osaki 3, Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Kitashinagawa 2
    Higashigotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1966, 9Gotanda 5~6 (all), Shimo-Osaki 1 (all), Gotanda 1, Shimo-Osaki 3, Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Kitashinagawa 2
    Higashi Gotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1966, 9Gotanda 5~6 (all), Shimo-Osaki 1 (all), Gotanda 1, Shimo-Osaki 3, Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Kitashinagawa 2
    Higashigotanda XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2Gotanda 5~6 (all), Shimo-Osaki 1 (all), Gotanda 1, Shimo-Osaki 3, Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Kitashinagawa 2
    Higashigotanda XNUMX chomeApril 1966, 9Gotanda 5~6 (all), Shimo-Osaki 1 (all), Gotanda 1, Shimo-Osaki 3, Kamiosaki Nakamaru, Kitashinagawa 2
    Higashishinagawa XNUMX-chomeHigashi ShinagawaApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashishinagawa 1-4 (all), Tennozu Town (all), Higashishinagawa 5
    Higashi-Shinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashishinagawa 1-4 (all), Tennozu Town (all), Higashishinagawa 5
    Higashishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashishinagawa 1-4 (all), Tennozu Town (all), Higashishinagawa 5
    Higashishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Higashishinagawa 1-4 (all), Tennozu Town (all), Higashishinagawa 5
    Higashishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 8Higashishinagawa 1-4 (all), Tennozu Town (all), Higashishinagawa 5
    Higashi Nakanobu XNUMX-chomeHigashi NakanobuApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi Nakanobu 1-3
    Higashi-Naka XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Higashi Nakanobu 1-3
    East YashioHigashiyashioApril 1983, 2Landfill
    Hiratsuka XNUMX-chomeHiratsukaApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Hiratsuka 1-3, Nishitogoshi 1, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Hiratsuka XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Hiratsuka 1-3, Nishitogoshi 1, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Hiratsuka XNUMX-chomeApril 1965, 9April 1965, 9Hiratsuka 1-3, Nishitogoshi 1, Nishi-Osaki 2
    Hiromachi XNUMX-chomeHiromachiApril 1964, 9Nishi-Shinagawa 1, Minami-Shinagawa 2, Oi Gongencho
    Hiromachi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9Nishi-Shinagawa 1, Minami-Shinagawa 2, Oi Gongencho
    Futaba XNUMX-chomeFutabaApril 1964, 9Futaba 2-5 (all), Oi Morishita Town, Oi Ito Town, Higashi Nakano 4, 1, Futaba 6
    Futaba XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9Futaba 2-5 (all), Oi Morishita Town, Oi Ito Town, Higashi Nakano 4, 1, Futaba 6
    Futaba XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9Futaba 2-5 (all), Oi Morishita Town, Oi Ito Town, Higashi Nakano 4, 1, Futaba 6
    Futaba XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 9Futaba 2-5 (all), Oi Morishita Town, Oi Ito Town, Higashi Nakano 4, 1, Futaba 6
    Minamioi XNUMX-chomeMinami OiApril 1964, 1Oiderashita Town, Oi Sakashita Town, Oi Minamihamakawa Town, Oi Suzugamori Town, Oi Kaigan Town, Oi Mizukami Town, Oi Sekigahara Town (all above)
    Minami-Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oiderashita Town, Oi Sakashita Town, Oi Minamihamakawa Town, Oi Suzugamori Town, Oi Kaigan Town, Oi Mizukami Town, Oi Sekigahara Town (all above)
    Minamiooi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oiderashita Town, Oi Sakashita Town, Oi Minamihamakawa Town, Oi Suzugamori Town, Oi Kaigan Town, Oi Mizukami Town, Oi Sekigahara Town (all above)
    Minamioi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oiderashita Town, Oi Sakashita Town, Oi Minamihamakawa Town, Oi Suzugamori Town, Oi Kaigan Town, Oi Mizukami Town, Oi Sekigahara Town (all above)
    Minami-Oi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oiderashita Town, Oi Sakashita Town, Oi Minamihamakawa Town, Oi Suzugamori Town, Oi Kaigan Town, Oi Mizukami Town, Oi Sekigahara Town (all above)
    Minamioi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 1Oiderashita Town, Oi Sakashita Town, Oi Minamihamakawa Town, Oi Suzugamori Town, Oi Kaigan Town, Oi Mizukami Town, Oi Sekigahara Town (all above)
    Minamishinagawa XNUMX-chomeMinami NagakawaApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Minami Shinagawa 2 (all), Minami Shinagawa 3, Kita Shinagawa 5, East Shinagawa 1
    Minami-Shinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Minami Shinagawa 2 (all), Minami Shinagawa 3, Kita Shinagawa 5, East Shinagawa 1
    Minamishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Minami Shinagawa 2 (all), Minami Shinagawa 3, Kita Shinagawa 5, East Shinagawa 1
    Minami-Shinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Minami Shinagawa 2 (all), Minami Shinagawa 3, Kita Shinagawa 5, East Shinagawa 1
    Minamishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Minami Shinagawa 2 (all), Minami Shinagawa 3, Kita Shinagawa 5, East Shinagawa 1
    Minamishinagawa XNUMX-chomeApril 1967, 2April 1967, 2Minami Shinagawa 2 (all), Minami Shinagawa 3, Kita Shinagawa 5, East Shinagawa 1
    Yashio XNUMX-chomePalmApril 1980, 2April 1980, 2Landfill
    Yashio XNUMX-chomeApril 1980, 2April 1980, 2Landfill
    Yashio XNUMX-chomeApril 1980, 2April 1980, 2Landfill
    Yashio XNUMX-chomeApril 1980, 2April 1980, 2Landfill
    Yashio XNUMX-chomeApril 1980, 2April 1980, 2Landfill
    Toyomachi XNUMX-chomeYutakachoApril 1964, 93-6 Toyohashi (all), 1 Toyohashi, 2 Nishishinagawa, 4 Higashi Nakanobu
    Toyomachi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 93-6 Toyohashi (all), 1 Toyohashi, 2 Nishishinagawa, 4 Higashi Nakanobu
    Toyomachi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 93-6 Toyohashi (all), 1 Toyohashi, 2 Nishishinagawa, 4 Higashi Nakanobu
    Toyomachi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 93-6 Toyohashi (all), 1 Toyohashi, 2 Nishishinagawa, 4 Higashi Nakanobu
    Toyomachi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 93-6 Toyohashi (all), 1 Toyohashi, 2 Nishishinagawa, 4 Higashi Nakanobu
    Toyomachi XNUMX-chomeApril 1964, 93-6 Toyohashi (all), 1 Toyohashi, 2 Nishishinagawa, 4 Higashi Nakanobu

    population

    1964 years(ShowaIn 39, after decreasing continuously after peaking in 1998HeiseiFrom 10 years to the rise, 2019 (XNUMX years)Reiwa(First year) The statistics as of July 7 exceeded 1 people.[3].

    Population distribution of Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.svg
    Shinagawa City and Population Distribution by Age in Japan (2005)Shinagawa Ward Age and Gender Population Distribution (2005)
    Purple-Shinagawa Ward
    Green-All over Japan
    Blue-male
    Red-female

    Changes in the population of (the area equivalent to) Shinagawa
    Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsStatistics Bureau CensusThan

    The average age of the inhabitants is 43.82 (as of January 2008, 20).

    Day and night population

    2015CensusAccording to the result ofpopulation(live386,855 people from outside the wardCommutingWithCommuting to schoolIt is the total population remaining in the ward during the daytime among the living and residentDaytime populationIs 544,022[4].. The daytime population is 1.406 times the nighttime population.

    According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's "Daytime Population of Tokyo 2005" (published in 20), pages 128,129, the censusageThere are 16 unknown people in Tokyo alone.In the graph above, people of unknown age are not included in the numbers for the day and night population, including those of unknown age, so there will be an error between the numbers.

    History

    About the origin of the name of ShinagawaMeguro RiverSee.

    Before modern times

    Kofun periodAfterNara period,Heian periodAlready inHeianjingKokufuRelay point andStation houseThere is a record that it was functioning as (Umaya), and it is probable that it was a transportation hub.Regulatory countryasMusashi countryPart of.

    The early modern period

    Edo Period

    GokaidoThe most trafficTokaidoof,EdoThe first post from the (Shinagawa).

    Bakumatsu OfBunkyu2 years(1863)British Embassy Burning CaseHappened.

    Modern

    Meiji
    Taisho
    • 1922(Taisho11 years) October
    • 1926(Taisho 15) March 4
      • Hiratsuka village becomes the town of Hiratsuka by implementing the town system.
    Showa
    • 1927(Showa2 years) April 7
      • Hiratsuka Town was renamed and became Ebara Town.
    • 1932(Showa 7) January 10
      • Above 4 townsTokyo cityWith the three towns of Shinagawa, Oi, and Osaki (formerly), Shinagawa Ward has the town of Ebara.Ebara WardAre born respectively.

    modern

    Showa
    Heisei

    Administration

    Ward mayor

    Regional Center/Branch Office

    Resident card,Seal certification,Family registerProviding proofs, etc.

    • Shinagawa Daiichi Regional Center
    • Shinagawa Second Regional Center
    • Osaki Daiichi Regional Center
    • Osaki Daini Regional Center
    • Oi Daiichi Regional Center
    • Oi Daini Regional Center
    • Oi third area center
    • EBARA First Regional Center
    • EBARA second area center
    • EBARA third area center

    Disaster countermeasures

    • Tokyo Metropolitan Urban Development BureauIn the regional risk measurement survey conducted by, the regions that had ranked high in the past improved significantly as of 2012, and the risk level is changing to a modest level.[7].
    • The ward continues to focus on disaster prevention activities, including disaster prevention life road maintenance/district disaster prevention incombustibility promotion projects, dense residential urban area development promotion projects, andShinagawa Central ParkExpansion of park with disaster prevention function such as heliport[8],UniquelyShinagawa ShelterTo say住宅 OfSeismic reinforcementWe are proceeding with the development of construction methods.
    • 1981(Showa56 years) April 4Disaster prevention administrative radioOpened,2002(14) The sound of the chime of the disaster prevention radio system was changed on April 4st.
    • 2020 yearsEpidemic of new coronavirus infectionIn response, Shinagawa City announced that it would provide all residents with 3 yen (5 yen for junior high school students and younger).[9].

    public relations

    • Television Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd."Shinagawa Expedition』Provided (Production by Fox 21) 1989-1995
    • South Tokyo Cable TV (current:Cable TV Shinagawa) (Opened in 1996)
      • Produced a broadcast work for the broadcasting frame "Shinagawa Hot Hot"
    • The power of Shinagawa
      • "The power of Shinagawa No. 1-Shinagawa staring at the viewfinder"
      • National Public Relations Competition 2008: Japan Public Relations Association, 1st in the video section / Tokyo Metropolitan Public Relations Competition Grand Prize
    • FM Shinagawa "Hot Radio Shinagawa" (rebroadcast every day from 11:00 to 11:30 and from 22:00 to 22:30 on the same day)

    Parliament

    Shinagawa City Council

    • Number of people: 40 people
    • Term: March 2019, 5-March 1, 2023[5]
    • Chair: Yuichi Watanabe (Shinagawa City Assembly LDP)
    • Vice Chairman: Shinobu Takeuchi (Shinagawa Ward Assembly Komeito)
    Parliamentary nameNumber of seatsMember name (◎ is secretary general)
    Shinagawa City CouncilLDP・Children's future10◎Shigeru Watanabe, Masahiro Ito, Kenshin Honda, Masumi Suzuki, Hideo Ishida, Shinichi Osawa, Yuichi Watanabe, Hiroshi Suzuki, Yukari Yokoyama, Nobuaki Takahashi
    Shinagawa City CouncilKomeito8◎ Shinobu Takeuchi, Yoshihiro Tsukamoto, Akutsu Hiroo, vine Shinichiro, Hiroyuki Asano, Takako Konno, new wife Saeko, Hiroki Wakabayashi
    Japan Communist PartyShinagawa City Council7◎ Masako Iinuma, Ryo Nakatsuka, Keiko Minami, Hiroko Suzuki, Taisaku Ando, ​​Chihiro Ishida, Minoru Nodate
    National Democratic Party・Independent club5◎ Shingo Ishida,Kimura Kengo, Takahiro Okura, Takayuki Inagawa, Yoshihiro Matsunaga
    Independent Shinagawa/Citizen First3◎Yukihiro Sugai, Masanori Fujiwara, Yosuke Tsutsui
    Shinagawa/Consumer Network2◎Yumiko Yoshida, Sayaka Tanaka
    Independent3Toshiyuki Matsuzawa, Shinji Takahashi, Takako Nishimoto

    Metropolitan assembly

    2021 Tokyo Elections
    • Election district: Shinagawa district election district
    • Number of people: 4 people
    • Term: March 2021, 7-March 23, 2025
    • Voting Date: July 2021, 7
    • Number of voters on the day: 333,647
    • Turnout: 43.19%
    Candidate nameCommentageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtained
    Koichi ItoThis60KomeitoNow23,188 vote
    Kyoko MorisawaThis42IndependentNow22,413 vote
    Shiraishi TamioThis39Japan Communist PartyNow20,552 vote
    Yumiko AbeThis48Constitutional Democratic Party20,087 vote
    Yosuke Tsutsuidrop41Tomin First Meeting19,696 vote
    Go Tanakadrop58LDPyuan18,281 vote
    Hirokazu Sawadadrop40LDP16,610 vote
    Masaaki Satodrop67Independent804 vote
    2017 Tokyo Elections
    • Election district: Shinagawa district election district
    • Number of people: 4 people
    • Voting Date: July 2017, 7
    • Number of voters on the day: 318,560
    • Turnout: 52.005%
    Candidate nameCommentageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtained
    Kyoko MorisawaThis38Tomin First Meeting32,261 vote
    Akira YamauchiThis48Tomin First MeetingNow28,591 vote
    Koichi ItoThis56KomeitoNow26,184 vote
    Shiraishi TamioThis35Japan Communist PartyNow23,176 vote
    Go Tanakadrop54LDPNow19,546 vote
    Yumiko Abedrop52Democratic Party17,612 vote
    Hirokazu Sawadadrop36LDP15,807 vote

    House of Representatives

    Tokyo 3st Ward
    • Election district:Tokyo 3 Ward(Part of Shinagawa City,OtaPart ofIslands
    • Term: March 2021, 10-March 31, 2025
    • Number of voters on the day: 470,083
    • Voting rate: 59.87%
    CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedrepeat
    ThisHitoshi Matsubara65Constitutional Democratic Party124,961 vote
    RatioHirotaka Ishihara57LDP116,753 vote
    Katsusuke Kozai45Japan Communist Party30,648 vote
    Tokyo 7st Ward
    CommentCandidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedrepeat
    ThisAkira Nagatsuma61Constitutional Democratic Party124,541 vote
    Matsumoto Akira72LDP81,087 vote
    Kentaro Tsuji35Japan Restoration Party37,781 vote
    Hiroshi Komiyama47Independent5,665 vote
    Keiji Ino38In violation of Article 72 of the Party Attorney Act, which is being tried with NHK3,822 vote

    National agency

    Ministry of Justice

    Ministry of Finance

    National Tax Agency
    • Tokyo National Taxation Bureau
      • Shinagawa tax office (jurisdiction over Shinagawa district, Osaki district, Oi district, Yashio district. Government building is in Takanawa, Minato-ku)
      • EBARA Taxation Office (jurisdiction over the EBARA district. 1-1 Nakanobu)

    Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

    Facility

    Ship Science Museum Tennozu Galaxy Theater

    Policemen

    Headquarters

    Fire

    Headquarters

    Tokyo Fire Department Second fire department headquarters (Ota-kuOmori Higashi32-chome 8-XNUMX)

    Fire department

    Medical

    Main hospital
    Pool

    post office

    Main post office

    library

    • Shinagawa Library
    • Oi Library
    • Futaba Library
    • Genji Mae Library
    • Osaki Library
    • Osaki Station West Exit Library Agency (Osaki Children's Library)
    • EBARA Library
    • Minamioi Library
    • Gotanda Library
    • Yashio Library
    • Yutaka Library
    • Osaki Library Branch

    Cultural facility

    Museums
    Theater/hall

    Foreign relations

    Sister cities/partner cities

    Domestic

    Partner city
    Other

    Overseas

    sister city
    Partner city

    Embassy

    Consulate

    Consulate General

    Economy

    Commercial

    Commercial facility

    Osaki
    Shinagawa Seaside
    Tennozu Isle

    (Franfranc first store, closed in February 1)

    • Tennozu Ocean Square
      • Shopping plaza NAGI
    Oi town

    (Single building, twin building)

    (Living hall/digital hall)

    (Former Marui Oimachi store, man's house, man's house)

    Gotanda
    • remy gotanda
    • Atre Gotanda 1 Former Atrevi Gotanda
    • Atre Gotanda 2
    • GotandaTOC
    Meguro(Kamiosaki)
    • Atre MeguroNitori
    • Atre Meguro 2
    (I.e.(Minamioi)
    Musashi Koyama

    SkyscrapersList of skyscrapers and structures in Shinagawa WardSee also

    Companies based in the ward

    Minamioi
    Oi-Higashi Oi
    Higashishinagawa
    Nishishinagawa
    Osaki-Kitashinagawa
    Minami Shinagawa
    • JTB Printing Co., Ltd.
    • Sennan Co., Ltd.
    Futaba
    Higashi Gotanda-Nishigotanda
    Kamiosaki

    Gotanda Valley

    Mainly around Gotanda StationVentureEntrepreneurship is progressing in the United StatesSilicon ValleyIt is named after the Gotanda Valley. In July 2018, an organization with that name was established.[15].

    • All ConnectTokyo branch office
    • Mobile factoryMain office
    • freeeMain office
    • FenrirTokyo branch office
    • CoconutMain office
    • Jimoty Headquarters
    • Mobiles head office
    • compass head office
    • Data section head office
    • CAMI & co. Headquarters
    • Heart core head office
    • Takerobo Headquarters

    Companies originating in the ward

    Telecommunications

    Mass media

    Broadcaster

    Life base

    life line

    Water and sewerage

    Education

    University

    private
    Metropolitan

    College of technology

    Metropolitan

    Vocational school

    high school

    Metropolitan
    private

    Junior high school

    Municipal
    private

    primary school

    Municipal
    private

    Elementary and junior high school

    • Elementary and middle school integrated education (2006(Implemented from April 18)
      • Eliminating the poor coordination of learning guidance and lifestyle guidance associated with going from elementary school to junior high school, which has been common in the past, it has been consistent for a total of 6 years, which is 3 years of elementary school and 9 years of junior high schoolCurriculumBy organizing and practicing, the goal is to develop the individuality and ability of children.
      • Divided 9 years into 4 years and 5 years. Furthermore, the latter 5 years will be divided into 3 years and 2 years, and the educational content and method will be changed.
        • For the first four years, the class will be in charge of homework, and the emphasis will be on acquiring basics and basics.
        • For the last five years, we will focus on learning that develops individuality and ability by taking charge of the subject. The first three years are for the period to thoroughly study the basicsLearning by proficiency levelEnrich.
        • For the last two years, we will take a curriculum that emphasizes self-learning with the aim of further developing individuality and ability.
      • The curriculum is characterized by teaching English classes from the first grade. In addition, for the purpose of human development, we will acquire correct recognition and concrete actions that will help us to live in society.CitizenshipFor 9 years.
      • Elementary and junior high school integrated education is introduced not only in specific integrated schools but also in all elementary and junior high schools in the ward (since 2006).

    Compulsory education school

    Municipal

    Special support school, etc.

    Vocational school

    Occupational Ability Development Promotion Actbased onVocational training facilityThere are the following.

    Public vocational training
    • Tokyo Metropolitan Jonan Vocational Ability Development Center
    Certified vocational training

    Schools that existed in the past

    Junior high school
    • Hino Junior High School
      • In April 2006, it became integrated with the second Hino Elementary School to become an integrated elementary and junior high school Hino Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory education school, Hino Gakuen, Shinagawa Ward.
    • Ito Junior High School
      • In April 2007, it became integrated with Hara Elementary School to become an elementary and junior high school Ito Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory education school, Shinagawa City Ito Gakuen.
    • Jonan Junior High School
      • In April 2011, it became a unified elementary and junior high school, Shinagawa Gakuen, in combination with Shinagawa Elementary School, and in April 4, it became a compulsory school for education, Shinagawa City Shinagawa Gakuen.
    • Yashio Junior High School/Yashio Minami Junior High School
      • It is integrated in April 2008 and becomes Yashio Gakuen Junior High School.
    • Yashio Gakuen Junior High School
      • In April 2008, it was integrated with Yashio Gakuen Elementary School to become a unified elementary and junior high school Yashio Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory education school, Shinagawa City Yashio Gakuen.
    • Ebara second junior high school, Hiratsuka junior high school
      • It was integrated in April 2008 and became Ebara Hiratsuka Junior High School.
    • Ebara Hiratsuka Junior High School
      • In April 2010, it was integrated with Hiratsuka Elementary School to become an elementary and junior high school Ebara Hiratsuka Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory school for education, Shinagawa Ward Ebara Hiratsuka Gakuen.
    • EBARA third junior high school, EBARA fourth junior high school
      • It will be integrated in April 2011 to become Toyoha Morino Junior High School.
    • Toyoha no Mori Junior High School
      • In April 2013, it was integrated with Toyoha-no-Mori Elementary School to become the Toyoha-no-Mori Gakuen, an integrated elementary and junior high school.
    primary school
    • Daini Hino Elementary School
      • In April 2006, the Hino Junior High School was integrated into the elementary and junior high school Hino Gakuen, and in April 4 it became the compulsory education school, Shinagawa Ward Hino Gakuen.
    • Hara Elementary School
      • In April 2007, the school became integrated with Ito Junior High School to become an integrated elementary and junior high school Ito Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory education school, Shinagawa City Ito Gakuen.
    • Shinagawa Elementary School
      • In April 2011, it became a unified elementary and junior high school, Shinagawa Gakuen, in combination with Jonan Junior High School, and in April 4, it became a compulsory education school, Shinagawa Gakuen Shinagawa Gakuen.
    • Yashio Kita Elementary School/Yashio Elementary School/Yashio Minami Elementary School
      • It is integrated in April 2008 and becomes Yashio Gakuen Elementary School.
    • Yashio Gakuen Elementary School
      • In April 2008, it was integrated with Yashio Gakuen Junior High School to become an integrated elementary and junior high school Yashio Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory education school, Shinagawa Ward Yashio Gakuen.
    • Hiratsuka Elementary School
      • In April 2010, it was integrated with Ebara Hiratsuka Junior High School to become an elementary and junior high school Ebara Hiratsuka Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory school for education, Shinagawa Ward Ebara Hiratsuka Gakuen.
    • Morimatsu Elementary School/Omakumabo Elementary School
      • It will be integrated in April 2013 to become Toyoha Morino Elementary School.
    • Toyoha-no-Mori Elementary School
      • In April 2013, it was integrated with Toyoha Morino Junior High School to become a elementary and junior high school Toyoha Morino Gakuen, and in April 4 it became a compulsory school for education, Shinagawa Ward Toyoha Moro Gakuen.

    Transportation

    Train

    40 in totalRailway stationIs in the ward[16].Oimachi Station,Gotanda Station,Meguro Station TheTerminal stationIt has become.Same as the ward nameShinagawa StationIs located in Minato Ward.

    Railway line

    Yamanote LineIn addition to passing through the southern end ofCentral TokyoAnd Ota Ward (Haneda airportincluding),KanagawaConnecting multipleRailway lineRuns north and south.

    JR logo (east) .svg East Japan Railway(JR East)
    JR logo (freight) .svg Japan Freight Railway(JR Freight)
    Freight stationHas the largest area in Japan. Also, although there is no passenger train departure/arrival setting, it is also treated as a passenger station for JR East.
    Tokai passenger railway Tokai passenger railway(JR Tokai)
    TokyuLogotype.svg Tokyu Corporation(Tokyu)
    Tokyo seaside high-speed railway logo mark.svg Tokyo Seaside High Speed ​​Rail (TWR)
    Tokyo Monorail Logo.svg Tokyo Monorail
    Keikyu logo small.svg Keikyu Corporation(Keikyu)
    Tokyo Metro logo.svg Tokyo subway(Tokyo Metro)
    PrefSymbol-Tokyo.svg Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation(Toei Subway)

    bus

    Transit BusIs running 61 systems, and in March 2022Community busTest operation of "Sina Bus" started in front of Nishi-Oi Station-Omori Station[16].

    Transit Bus

    Express Bus

    道路

    highway

    National road

    City road

    Route

    Port

    Ship

    Tokyo sightseeing steamer

    License plate

    Shinagawa WardTokyo Transport BureauA Shinagawa number is issued in the area covered by the main government building.

    Tourism

    In Shinagawa City,Tokai Seven Lucky GodsEbara ShichifukujinThere are two tours of the Seven Lucky Gods[17].

    Sights and historic sites

    Shrine
    Temple

    There are temples in various areas of the ward, and many are found near the old Tokaido.

    The temples of Kamiosaki areShiba Zojoji TempleOriginating from the lower mansion,BakumatsuThe Seven Great Places of Edo (Crematorium)one of.

    Main historical sites

    Nearby Tourist Spots

    leisure
    park

    Culture/Specialty

    Festivals and events

    At festivals that are called annual festivals, annual festivals, festivals, etc.MikoshiYou can see it everywhere[18]

    No.NamenearestDate and Time
    1Sentai Kojin Grand Festival / Autumn (Haeun TempleShinbaba Station-KitashinagawastationJanuary 3-27
    2Kyokuzo Soharu's Grand Festival (YoganjiAomonoyokocho StationSaturday and Sunday close to April 4
    3Sodegasaki ShrineAnnual festivalTakanawadai Station5th Saturday and Sunday in May
    4Kibune ShrineAnnual festivalShimogami Station-Osaki StationThe beginning of April
    5Shinagawa ShrineRegular festival (northTenno FestivalShinbaba StationFriday-Sunday in early June
    6Sugawara ShrineRegular festival (SouthTenno Festival・Kappa Festival)Shinbaba StationFriday-Sunday in early June
    7Tenso Suwa ShrineAnnual festivalTachiaigawa StationAugust 8st Friday-Sunday
    8Samezu Hachiman ShrineAnnual festivalSamezu StationFriday to mid-August
    9Iki ShrineAnnual festivalOsaki Station8rd Friday to Sunday
    10Oyama Hachiman Shrine-Mitani Hachiman Shrine
    (Oyama Ryosha Festival)
    Musashi-Oyama StationSaturdays and Sundays close to September 9th and 6th
    11Togoshi Hachiman ShrineAnnual festivalTogoshi Ginza Station9th Saturday and Sunday in May
    12Hataoka Hachiman ShrineAnnual festivalHatanodai Station9th Saturday and Sunday in May
    13Hikawa Shrine (Shinagawa Ward)Annual festivalFudomae StationFriday-Sun close to September 9
    14Shimogami Meitou Shrine Annual FestivalShimogami Station-Oimachi StationSaturday and Sunday close to April 9
    15Jakubo ShrineAnnual festivalTogoshi Koen Station-Nakanobu StationSaturday and Sunday close to April 9
    16Kishi ShrineAnnual festivalGotanda Station10th Saturday and Sunday in May
    17Birth Hachiman ShrineAnnual festivalMeguro StationSaturday and Sunday close to April 10
    18Kashima ShrineAnnual festivalOmori Station10th Saturday and Sunday in May
    19Kikuzoson Autumn Festival (YoganjiAomonoyokocho StationSaturday and Sunday close to April 11
    20Sentai Kojin Grand Festival / Autumn (Haeun TempleShinbaba Station-KitashinagawastationJanuary 11-27

    Specialty/Special product

      • Japan's firstbeerIt is said that there was a factory, and in the 21st century, a reprinted version of "Shinagawagata beer" appeared and played a part in revitalizing the town. It was in 1989 that the program "Shinagawa Expedition" provided by Shinagawa Ward discovered the existence of a factory for "Shinagawa Kageru".
    • Shinagawa Roll
    • Houseboat
    • Sukean pickled[19](Suan AnOpen baseTokai Temple KitashinagawaIt is in)

    Origin-related celebrities

    政治家
    Economy
    Entertainment
    Cultural person / researcher
    athlete
    announcer
    Other

    Works set in Shinagawa

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    注 釈

    1. ^ Administrative districtDue to the transition from the system to the special ward system, both the former Shinagawa Ward and the former Ebara Ward have disappeared.This is the same for all former Tokyo City wards (including independent transition wards).
    2. ^ From 2010, the first year of the event, to 201512/25(ChristmasHowever, from 2016, the second Monday of January of the following year (成人 の 日) And extended until the first Sunday.

    Source

    1. ^ Nikkei Inc., Nikkei BP. “Why is the notation of "Sumi" different between Sumida Ward and Sumida River? Phantom ward name in 23 wards | Life column | NIKKEI STYLE". NIKKEI STYLE. April 2021, 4Browse.
    2. ^ Introduction of Shinagawa City Shinagawa City Office (viewed January 2020, 1)
    3. ^ Shinagawa City's population has exceeded 40! Shinagawa City Office (July 2019, 7) Read January 2, 2020
    4. ^ "Shinagawa by numbers | Shinagawa". Shinagawa City Office. April 2020, 6Browse.
    5. ^ a b Tokyo Election Commission | Tokyo Election Schedule | Term Expiration Date (Constant) List Archived August 2015, 11, at the Wayback Machine.
    6. ^ Shinagawa City Mayor Election/Shinagawa City Council Member By-Election Voting Results|Shinagawa City
    7. ^ Regional risk measurement survey on earthquakes (8th)Tokyo Metropolitan Urban Development Bureau(Retrieved September 2020, 1)
    8. ^ Shinagawa Chuo Park opened with disaster prevention function Shinagawa City Office (viewed January 2020, 1)
    9. ^ About Shinagawa vitality support benefit
    10. ^ O Museum Shinagawa City Office (viewed January 2020, 1)
    11. ^ "150th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration, in collaboration with Kochi Prefecture, Shinagawa Ward, regional development, etc.""Nihon Keizai Shimbun』Morning edition September 2018, 8 (Metropolitan area economic aspect) Viewed December 21, 2018
    12. ^ “Intercity Declaration: Ryoma's Bonding Agreement, 8 cities and nations in Japan, to exchange through tourism and disaster prevention”. "Mainichi Newspapers"(July 2014, 11). https://archive.ph/dWs14 [Broken link]
    13. ^ "Eight local governments related to "Ryoma Sakamoto" declare intercity exchange and conclude mutual support agreement in the event of a disaster”. Shinagawa Ward (2014). April 2021, 6Browse.
    14. ^ "The Musashi-Oyama Station building has been renewed into a facility where relaxation and interaction can be created! Directly connected to Musashi-Oyama Station "Etomo Musashi-Oyama" opens on Thursday, September XNUMXth! |News Release|Tokyu Corporation". www.tokyu.co.jp. April 2020, 6Browse.
    15. ^ 6 “Gotanda Valley” entrepreneurs gather together"Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun』2018年7月26日(1面)および『日本経済新聞』朝刊2018年7月31日(首都圏経済面)2018年8月24日閲覧
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    17. ^ Would you like to visit the Seven Lucky Gods in the city? Shinagawa City Office (viewed January 2021, 4)
    18. ^ Shinagawa Tourism Association[Broken link]
    19. ^ Shinagawa Souvenir Product Exhibition[Broken link]
    20. ^ "Commentary on Taiki Matsuno --goo Biographical Dictionary". April 2020, 11Browse.

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