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Kozakai Town Office
Location of Kozakai in Aichi Prefecture
|Merged||February 1, 2010
(now part of Toyokawa)
|• Total||9.92 km2 (3.83 sq mi)|
|Population (November 1, 2007)|
|• Density||2,188.31/km2 (5,667.7/sq mi)|
|• Flower||Satsuki azalea|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|Website||City of Toyokawa|
On February 1, 2010, Kozakai was merged into the expanded city of Toyokawa. Therefore, Hoi District was dissolved as a result of this merger.
- October 1, 1889 - Toyoaki Village (豊秋村) was founded.
- September 12, 1906 - Kozakai Village was founded by the unification of Toyoaki Village and Ina Village (伊奈村).
- September 12, 1926 - Kozakai Town was founded.
- 1973 - Toyokawa Shinkin Bank Incident (豊川信用金庫事件 Toyokawa Shin'yō Kinko Jiken) occurred.
- 1993 - Kozakai Town Cultural Hall (小坂井町文化会館) was completed.
- February 1, 2010 - Kozakai merged with the city of Toyokawa.
- Kozakai Nishi Primary School
- Kozakai Higashi Primary School
Junior High school
- Kozakai Junior High School
- Kozakai High School
- Kozakai Town Cultural Hall (小坂井町文化会館 Kozakai-chō Bunka Kaikan ; commonly called "Freuden Hall")
- Central Japan Railway Company
- Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line - Ina Station
- Utari Jinja (菟足神社)
- Gosha Inari (五社稲荷)
- Ruins of Ina Castle (伊奈城趾)
Noted persons from Kozakai
- Yasuhiko Okada (岡田 康彦 Okada Yasuhiko) - Former Administrative Vice-Minister of the Environment of Japan
Media related to Kozakai, Aichi at Wikimedia Commons
- Toyokawa Official website (Japanese)
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