View of Tabiyama Village
Location of Tabayama in Yamanashi Prefecture
|• Total||101.55 km2 (39.21 sq mi)|
|Population (July 1, 2012)|
|• Density||6.27/km2 (16.2/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
|- Flower||Rhododendron dilatatum|
|Address||890 Tabayama-mura, Kitatsuru-gun, Yamanashi-ken 409-0305|
Tabayama (丹波山村 Tabayama-mura ?) is a village located in Kitatsuru District, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. As of July 2012, the village has an estimated population of 637 and a population density of 6.27 persons per km². The total area was 101.55 km².
- Mountains: Mount Kumotori, Mount Hiryū, Mount Nanatsuishi, Iwadake
- Rivers: Taba River, Kaizawa River, Atoyama River
- Lakes: Lake Okutama
During the Edo period, all of Kai Province was tenryō territory under direct control of the Tokugawa shogunate. During the cadastral reform of the early Meiji period in July 1, 1889, the village of Tabiyama was created within Kitatsuru District, Yamanashi Prefecture. Most of the land in the village has been protected watershed, providing water for the Tokyo Metropolis since 1901, under the control of Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Waterworks. Discussions have taken place to merge Tabiyama with neighboring Kōshū.
The economy of Tabayama is primarily based on forestry and agriculture.
Media related to Tabayama at Wikimedia Commons
- Tabayama Official Site (Japanese)
- 考える社会科地図 Kangaeru Shakaika Chizu. 四谷大塚出版 Yotsuya-Ōtsuka Shuppan. 2005. p. 113.