Higashikanbara District, Niigata
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The following municipalities are within the district:
- The district was once belonged to Aizu clan and later became part of Wakamatsu Prefecture then to Fukushima Prefecture until 1889 when the district was transferred to Niigata Prefecture.
- On April 1, 2005, all municipalities within Higashikanbara District (Kamikawa, Kanose, Mikawa, and Tsugawa) merged to form the new town of Aga.
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