About Hino City
Hino City is located in Tokyo, just 30 minutes west of the heart of the metropolis via the JR Chuo and Keio train lines. Thanks to its position right between the Tama and Asakawa Rivers, Hino is rich in nature and wildlife, offering the convenience of big city life with the relaxing pace of the countryside. There's plenty to do and see in Hino, whether you're a resident or just stopping by.
Hino holds six major events each year, along with annual celebrations of Japanese holidays like Hina-matsuri. Check the "Overview of Annual Events" page to see photos and short descriptions of Hino's events, or visit the "Annual Events" and "Other Events" pages to browse individual event pages.
Learn about Hino's events from a foreign resident's perspective in Hino Note, a blog written by Hino's coordinator of international relations.
Follow Hino City's official English Twitter account @HinoCityEnglish for information on upcoming events.
Hino City Residents Handbook
Browse information from the January 2017 edition of the Hino City Residents Handbook.
About Automatic Machine Translation
Hino offers a variety of information in English, but to ensure you always have access to the full Japanese website, we also provide automatic machine translation. If you couldn't find the information you were looking for on this page, please use the machine translation to browse the website in English, Chinese, or Korean.
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