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This article is about the subprefecture in Hokkaido, Japan. For the subprefecture in Kagoshima Prefecture, see Ōshima Subprefecture (Kagoshima). For the subprefecture in Tokyo, see Ōshima Subprefecture (Tokyo). For other uses, see Ōshima (disambiguation).
|• Total||3,936.32 km2 (1,519.82 sq mi)|
|Population (March 2009)|
|• Density||110/km2 (300/sq mi)|
Towns and villages by district
- Futami District
- Kameda District
- Kamiiso District
- Kayabe District
- Matsumae District
- Yamakoshi District
- 1897 Hakodate Subprefecture, Kameda Subprefecture, and Matsumae Subprefecture was established.
- 1899 Hakodate Subprefecture was abolished. Kameda Subprefecture was transferred to Hakodate and renamed Hakodate Subprefecture.
- 1903 Matsumae Subprefecture was merged into Hakodate Subprefecture.
- 1922 Hakodate Subprefecture changed its name to Oshima Subprefecture.
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- (Japanese) Official website
Coordinates: (Matsumae General Branch Office)
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