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Nagasaki Prefecture Municipalities

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Municipalities of Nagasaki.

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by Philbert Ono

As of March 31, 2006, Nagasaki has 13 cities (-shi; 市), 10 towns (-cho; 町), and 0 villages (-mura; 村). It also has one subprefecture (-shicho 支庁).

Cities

The major cities are Nagasaki city (capital), Hirado, Isahaya, Omura, Sasebo, and Shimabara. *Asterisked sites are in English.

  • Goto () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Hirado () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Iki () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Isahaya () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Matsuura () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Nagasaki city () - Prefectural capital. Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Omura () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Saikai () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Sasebo () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Shimabara () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Tsushima () - This is the only municipality in the Tsushima Subprefecture. Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]
  • Unzen () - Train stations: JR | Photos | [http Official site]

Towns and Villages

Towns (-cho; 町) and villages (-mura; 村) are grouped into non-administrative counties (-gun; 郡). *Asterisked sites are in English.

Municipal Mergers

On Feb. 29, 2004, Nagasaki had 8 cities (-shi; 市), 70 towns (-machi; 町), and 1 village (-mura; 村). By March 31, 2006, this changed to 13 cities, 10 towns, and 0 villages. Heisei Municipal Mergers between April 1, 1999 and March 31, 2006 are as follows:

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