Kawachinagano Station, Kōya Kaido,
Mikkaichi Station, Kanshin-ji, Takihata 48 Waterfalls,
View of Center in Kawachinagano
Location of Kawachinagano in Osaka Prefecture
|• Mayor||Tomoaki Shimada|
|• Total||109.61 km2 (42.32 sq mi)|
(October 1, 2016)
|• Density||970/km2 (2,500/sq mi)|
|• Tree||Camphor laurel|
|Time zone||UTC+9 (JST)|
|City hall address||1-1-1, Harachō, Kawachinagano-shi, Ōsaka-fu|
Having a history extending beyond 1,000 years, the city has the 12th most cultural assets in Japan. Much of the city area is within the forest and mountains, and the riches of nature abound in this district.
Two major rivers flow through the city; the Ishikawa (the larger) and the Amamigawa (the smaller, a tributary of the Yamatogawa). There are mountains such as Mount Iwawaki and Mount Kongō in the south and east.
Kawachinagano Station is the central station of the city.
- Nankai Kōya Line
- Kintetsu Nagano Line
- Shionomiya Station - Kawachinagano Station (terminal)
Places of interest
Temples and Shrines
Nature and Parks
- Mount Iwawaki
- Mount Kongō
- Mount Makio
- Takihata Dam
- Kongō-Ikoma-Kisen Quasi-National Park
- Nagano Park
- Teragaike Park
- Osaka Chiyoda Junior College
- Osaka Prefectural Nagano High School
- Osaka Prefectural Naganokita High School
- Seikyo Gakuen High School & Junior High School
- Osaka Gyoko High School
There are 7 junior high schools, 13 elementary schools, 11 kindergartens and 14 day-care centers.
People from Kawachinagano
- Shinji Tanimura (singer and songwriter)
- Asuka Hinoi (singer)
- Takuro Fujii (swimmer)
- Koichi Fukuda (lead guitarist, programmer and keyboardist)
- "City of Carmel, IN: History". City of Carmel, IN. Retrieved 21 October 2011.
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