Nakabaru Branch of Miyaki Town Hall
Location of Miyaki in Saga Prefecture
|• Total||51.89 km2 (20.03 sq mi)|
|Population (March 1, 2017)|
|• Density||490/km2 (1,300/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|City hall address||737-5 Ōaza Higashio, Miyaki-chō, Miyaki-gun, Saga-ken
Miyaki (みやき町? Miyaki-chō) is a town in Miyaki District, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is the first town in Saga to have its name spelled in hiragana rather than kanji. It is named after the district it is located in.
Miyaki is located in the eastern part of Saga Prefecture, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) east of Saga City and about 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Fukuoka. The northern part of Miyaki contains the Chikushi Mountains, and the southern part contains the Chikugo River. It borders Fukuoka Prefecture on the north and south.
- April 1, 1889 - The present system of municipalities is established and the area occupied by Miyaki consists of the villages of Nakabaru, Kitashigeyasu, Minamishigeyasu, and Mikawa.
- April 1, 1955 - The villages Minamishigeyasu and Nakabaru merge to form Mine Village.
- May 5, 1962 - Mine Village becomes Mine Town.
- April 1, 1965 - Kitashigeyasu Village becomes Kitashigeyasu Town.
- April 1, 1971 - Nakabaru Village becomes Nakabaru Town.
- March 1, 2005 - The towns of Mine, Kitashigeyasu and Nakabaru merge to form Miyaki Town.
- Saga Prefectural Miyaki High School
Junior High Schools
- Nakabaru Junior High School
- Kitashigeyasu Junior High School
- Mine Junior High School
- Nakabaru Elementary School
- Kitashigeyasu Elementary School
- Mine Higashi Elementary School
- Mine Nishi Elementary School
- There are no expressways in Miyaki. The closest interchange is the Higashisefuri Interchange.
- National highways:
- Prefectural roads:
- Saga Prefectural Routes 19, 22 and 31
- Chiriku Hachiman Shrine
- Shirasaka Park