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Higashiibaraki District (東茨城郡 Higashiibaraki-gun) is a district located in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.
As of 2003, the district has an estimated population of 122,478 and a density of 284 persons per km². The total area is 431.44 km².
Towns and villages
- On October 16, 2004 the town of Ōmiya absorbed the villages of Miwa and Ogawa, all from Naka District; the town of Yamagata, and the village of Gozenyama, in order to turn the town into the current city of Hitachiōmiya.
- On February 1, 2005 the town of Jōhoku, and village of Katsura merged with the village of Nanakai, from Nishiibaraki District, to form the new town of Shirosato.
- Also on February 1, 2005 the town of Uchihara merged into the city of Mito.
- On March 20, 2006 the towns of Ogawa and Minori merged with the village of Tamari, from Niihari District, to form the new city of Omitama.
- On December 8, 2007 the town of Ibaraki was scheduled to merge into the city of Mito, but those plans were abandoned.
Coordinates: 36°28′44″N 140°19′37″E / 36.479°N 140.327°E