東広島市立図書館/東広島市デジタルアーカイブ

わたしたちの東広島市(英語)

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1974AprilSaijo Cho, Hachihonmatsu Cho, Shiwa Cho, and Takaya Cho merge into a city
MayMayor Takenori is becomes the first mayor
JulyCity emblem decided
1975JanuaryCity anthem decided
1977JuneCity tree and city flower decided
1978MayMayor Sanuki becomes the second mayor
JuneCitizens’ Charter adopted
1979JuneHigashihiroshima City becomes a Disability Welfare City
City Museum opens
1980JulySister city agreement concluded with Hiroshima Cho, Hokkaido
NovemberGood will city agreement concluded with Marilia City, Brazil
1982AprilHiroshima University School of Engineering transferred
1985AprilThe city’s 10th anniversary ceremony held
JunePeaceful and Nuclear-free City Higashihiroshima Declaration issued
1986FebruaryHigashihiroshima City Purification Center starts operation
AprilHigashihiroshima City General Welfare Center opens
1987MarchSanyo Expressway (Shiwa IC - Hiroshima Higashi IC) opens
1988MarchSanyo Shinkansen Higashihiroshima Station opens
JulySanyo Expressway (Saijo IC - Shiwa IC) opens
1990AprilKamo Environmental Center starts operation
OctoberFirst Sake Festival held
NovemberSanyo Expressway (Saijo IC - Kochi IC) opens
1991AprilKindai University Faculty of Engineering transferred
1992JulyHigashihiroshima Sports Park Gymnasium opens
AugustPopulation reaches 100,000
Sun Square Higashi-Hiroshima opens
NovemberBoulevard opens
1993AprilMitsujo Kinrin Park opens
Route 2 Saijo Bypass opens
OctoberFriendship city agreement concluded with Tokuyo City, China
1994AprilCentral Library opens
OctoberOctober Asian Games held
1995AprilAll schools of Hiroshima University transferred except for the Medical School
JuneHigashihiroshima Sports Park Athletic Stadium opens
1996MarchKAMON Cable Television starts broadcasting
October51th National Sports Festival of Japan is held
1997AprilHiroshima International PLAZA opens
1998JanuaryFormer Kagamiyama Castle designated as a National Historic Site
AprilHiroshima International University opens
MayMayor Ueda becomes the third mayor
Techno Town Higashihiroshima opens
1999AprilThe city’s 25th anniversary ceremony held
2000NovemberNational Cultural Festival Hiroshima 2000 held
2002AprilBoulevard opens completely
OctoberSports Recreation Festival Hiroshima 2002 held
2004AprilHiroshima Prefectural Junior and Senior High School opens
2005FebruaryKurose Cho, Fukutomi Cho, Toyosaka Cho, Kochi Cho, and Akitsu Cho merge
2006AprilMayor Kurata becomes the fourth mayor
MayTenmondai Square opens
2007May Higashihiroshima Sports Park Baseball Stadium opens
NovemberHigashihiroshima-Kure Expressway (Umaki IC - Kamiminaga IC) opens
2008SeptemberRoadside Station Kohan-no-sato Fukutomi opens
2009OctoberPrefectural operated Fukutomi Dam starts operation
NovemberTennis courts and a club house open in Higashihiroshima Sports Park
2010MarchHigashihiroshima-Kure Expressway (Kamiminaga IC - Takaya IC) opens
SeptemberFukutomi Park Golf Course opens
2011OctoberFM Higashihiroshima starts broadcasting
DecemberThe new Fire Department Headquarters completed
2012AprilHigashihiroshima-Kure Expressway (Kurose IC - Aga IC) opens
2013JanuaryNew City Hall building completed
2014MayThe city’s 40th anniversary ceremony held
2015MarchHigashihiroshima-Kure Expressway opens completely
2016AprilHigahshihiroshima Arts & Culture Hall “Kurara” opens