Inagi, Tokyo

Inagi, Tokyo

Inagi
稲城市
City
Clockwise from top left: Yomiuri Land Amusement Park, Aoi Shrine, Stone Buddha Statue in Mount Arigata, Anazawa-ten Shrine, Inagi Central Park, Inagi Bridge
Clockwise from top left: Yomiuri Land Amusement Park, Aoi Shrine, Stone Buddha Statue in Mount Arigata, Anazawa-ten Shrine, Inagi Central Park, Inagi Bridge
Flag of Inagi
Flag
Location of Inagi in Tokyo Metropolis
Location of Inagi in Tokyo Metropolis
Inagi is located in Japan
Inagi
Location in Japan
Coordinates:
Country Japan
Region Kantō
Prefecture Tokyo Metropolis
Government
 • Mayor Ryoichi Ishikawa
Area
 • Total 17.97 km2 (6.94 sq mi)
Population (2008)
 • Total 81,134
 • Density 4,096/km2 (10,610/sq mi)
Time zone Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)
Website .jp.tokyo.inagi.citywww

Inagi (稲城市 Inagi-shi) is a city located in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. The city was founded on November 1, 1971.

As of 2008, the city has an estimated population of 81,134 and a population density of 4,096.33 persons per km². The total area is 17.97 km².

Contents

  • History 1
  • Politics and government 2
    • Elections 2.1
  • Education 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

Inagi as a municipality was founded on April 1, 1889 as Inagi Village in what was then the Minamitama District from the merger of 6 pre-Meiji period villages.

On April 1, 1957, Inagi Village was reclassified as Inagi Town.

On November 1, 1971, Inagi Town was reclassified as Inagi City, dissolving Minamitama District. Inagi with Tama was the last town within the former Minamitama District.

Politics and government

Inagi is run by a city assembly with 22 elected members. The current mayor is Ryoichi Ishikawa, an independent.

Elections

Education

Inagi operates public elementary and junior high schools.

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education operates Wakaba Sogo High School.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ [2]

External links

  • Inagi City official website (Japanese)