Friendship Cities

登録日:2006年3月20日
For inquiries: Secretarial/ Public Relations Division, Planning Department

<Domestic>
Niseko Town
Hokkaido Prefecture
Friendship with former Makino Town for the similarity in their town name
Yama District
Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture
Friendship with former Makino Town for the close location
Suita City
Osaka Prefecture
Friendship with former Imazu Town for the children’s interaction
Takashima Town
Nasgasaki Prefecture
Friendship with former Imazu Town
Interchange between the junior high school students of both towns
Moriguchi City
Osaka Prefecture
Friendship with former Adogawa Town
Interchange through the sports events
Ozu City
Ehime Prefecture
Friendship with former Adogawa Town
Historical relationship concerning Toju Nakae, founder of Japan’s Yomei-gaku School in the 17th Century
Kawage Town
Mie Prefecture
Friendship with former Takashima Town for their historical relations
Ie Village
Okinawa Prefecture
Friendship with former Takashima Town for their sports activities
Nemuro City
Hokkaido Prefecture
Friendship with former Takashima Town for their historical relations
Cooperation on promoting the return of the Northern Territorie
Morioka City
Iwate Prefecture
Friendship with former Takashima Town for their historical relation
Asahi Ward
Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
Friendship with former Shiin-asahi Town for their similar place-name


<International>
Petoskey
Michigan, USA
Friendship with former Makino Town (since 1976)
Garden City
Michigan, USA
Friendship with former Imazu Town (since 1987)
Ireland Friendship with former Takashima Town (since 1987)
Zhuzhou
Hunan, China
Friendship with former Takashima Town (since 1997)
Yuyao
Zhe jiang, China
Friendship with former Adogawa Town (since 1990)
Beijing
China
Friendship with former Sin-asahi Town
Taejang-ri
Korea
Friendship with former Shin-asahi Town (since 1990)


<Others>
Imazu Junior High School
Asian Children Project
Fund raising activities by junior high school students to support educational, medical, and infrastructural projects in Asian developing countries
Ban Landmines!
International Children’s Committee
Former Shin-asahi Town hosted the “Ban Landmines! International Children’s Conference” in 2004. Since the meeting, the participants have enlarged their worldwide campaign to abolish landmines.


お問合せ先:For inquiries: Secretarial/ Public Relations Division, Planning Department
TEL :+81-(0)740-25-8130
FAX番号:+81-(0)740-25-8101
MAIL :koho@city.takashima.shiga.jp
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