Inazawa (Japanese稲 沢 市, -shi) is a city in the Japanese Aichi Prefecture on the island of Honshu. She is famous for nurseries.
- 3.1 Buddhism
- 3.2 Christianity
- 3.3 Shintoism
Adjacent Cities and Towns
- Aichi Ichinomiya
- After the Taika Reform ( 645 ) Inazawa became the capital of the province of Owari.
- In the Nara period, a provincial temple was built on the orders of the then Emperor Shōmu moved.
- 1875, merged the Inaba village and the Ozawa - village and formed the Inazawa Village ( Inazawa -mura ).
- 1889 changes to the introduction of a new community system, the name of Inazawa -mura to Inazawa -cho.
- On June 10, 1906 Inazawa increases by incorporation of other villages.
- On April 15, 1955 Inazawa is again larger by incorporation of other villages.
- On November 1, 1958 Inazawa is a city.
- On April 1, 2005 Inazawa is through incorporation of Sobue -cho and Heiwa -cho at this Inazawa.
- Temple Yawase - kannon
- Zenkoji - tōkaibetsuin ( Sourenzanzenkōji )
- And many more
- Protestant communities Inazawa Christian Church ( FeG, Alliance Mission )
- Inazawa Hope Youth Center
- Inazawa Baptist Church
- Inazawa Evangelical Church ( Pentecostal church )
- Sobue Christian Church ( FeG )
- Catholic church Inazawa
- Shrines Owariōkunitama -jinja ( Konomiya -jinja )
- And many more
- Naked Festival (はだか 祭り)
- Street: Meishin highway
- National roads 155
- JR Tōkaidō Main Line: Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka
- Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line
- Meitetsu Main Line Bisai
- Greece Olympia, 1987
- China People's Republic of Chifeng, since 1989