丹波 篠 山 市
|Geographical location in Japan|
(October 1, 2019)
|Population density :||106 inhabitants per km²|
|Community key :||28221-9|
|Flag / coat of arms:|
|Flower :||Lilium japonicum|
Tamba-Sasayama City Hall
41 , Kitashin-machi
|Location Tamba-Sasayamas in Hyogo Prefecture|
Tambasasayama ( Japanese 丹波 篠 山 市 , Tamba -Sasayama- shi , alternative Romanization Tanba ~ ) is a city in Hyōgo prefecture in Japan . Until 2019 the city was only called Sasayama ( 篠 山 市 Sasayamashi ).
Sasayama is located in an approximately 10 km long valley, surrounded by mountains up to 793 m high, about halfway between the Sea of Japan and the Pacific . It borders Kyoto Prefecture to the east and Osaka Prefecture to the southeast .
Sasayama is an old castle town where the Aoyama clan last resided. On April 1, 1994 , the merger of the communities Sasayama ( 篠 山 町 , -chō ), Nishiki ( 西 紀 町 , -chō ), Tannan ( 丹南 町 , -chō ) and Konda ( 今 田 町 , -chō ) of Taki-gun ( 多 紀 郡 ) the city of Sasayama. In the former parishes there are now branches of the town hall.
On May 1, 2019, the city of Sasayama was renamed Tamba-Sasayama. In a referendum in November 2018, 56.5% of the voters approved the name change. The participation was 69.79% and thus well above the required quorum of 50%. At the same time, Mayor Takaaki Sakai was confirmed in office, who had driven the name change and resigned because of the popular vote successfully passed by citizen groups.
The ruins of Sasayama Castle overlook the city, represent its symbol and most important sight. The Sasayama Historical Museum was built in a new wooden structure on the typical stone base.
Other attractions include the ruins of Yakami Castle and the historic village of Aoyama.
The Dekanshon Matsuri takes place in August each year .
With the ramp Tannan-Sasayama Sasayama is connected to the Maizuru-Wakasa-Autobahn of the Japanese motorway network.
sons and daughters of the town
Neighboring cities and communities
- Hyogo Prefecture
- Kyoto Prefecture
- Osaka prefecture