Hino City Overview

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Page ID1007645  Last update March 12, 2018

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The city has three general landscapes: slopes, a plain, and lowlands. In addition, the Tama River flows in the northern area, while the Asa River flows in the central area of the city, making the landscape rich in diversity.

On the right bank of the Asa River Basin (south side) is Tama Hills. This is a vast hilly region that extends as far as the Miura Peninsula of Kanagawa Prefecture, and is the green framework of Hino. Although there are many homes in this area, there are also many trees and springs.

On the left bank of the Asa River (the north side) is a plateau. From the plateau, there are two levels of coastal terrace. The land on the plateau is mainly residential, and is also a prominent industrial area within the Tama region.

The lowlands along the Asa River and Tama River are used for both residences and agriculture. Rice paddies, which have become rare, stretch across the land, and canals bring water to the fields. This area stretches for 120 kilometers and is the framework of agriculture in Hino. Although less than in times past, there is urban farming being conducted in areas such as Tokoji (near Shinmachi), Kawabe-Horinouchi, Arai, Toyoda, Nishi-Hirayama, and Kurasawa (near Mogusa).

Population, Number of Households, and Area (as of October 1, 2016)

Population: 183,511
No. of Households: 86,213
Area: 27.55 square kilometers
Note: According to the electronic national basic map. Due to changes in the census methods instituted in April 2015, the city’s area has grown slightly from 27.53 square kilometers to 27.55 square kilometers.

Height Above Sea Level (Hino City Hall: 1-12-1 Shinmei, Hino City)

100 meters

City Boundaries

East longitude: 139°21'26" E (west end) 139°26'30" E (east end)
North latitude: 35°38'22" N (south end) 35°41'30" N (north end)
Note: According to world land survey standards. Due to the revision enacted in April 2002, the land survey standard used changed from the Japanese standard to the world standard.

City Emblem (Established on November 3, 1963)

The Hino City emblem depicts a round version of the kanji hi of “Hino,” which means sun and symbolizes growth that will spread like flames.

illustration:City Emblem

City Flower (selected on November 3, 1973)


City Tree (selected on November 3, 1973)

Evergreen oak

City Bird (selected on September 12, 1983)



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