Ide-cho is a town located in the south of Kyoto Prefecture. The town has an area of 18.01 square kilometers.
Ide-cho is divided into three sections: Taga, Ide and Ario.
April 1, 1958: Old Ide-cho and Taga-mura were merged to form Ide-cho.
Merger with other cities and towns is currently under discussion.
Politics and government
Mayor: Akio SHIOMI
Since August 27, 1995 (third term)
Scenic sites, historic sites, tourist spots, festivals and events
There are historic sites of TACHIBANA no Moroe, Ide-ji Temple Site, Rokkaku-ido Well, Kawazu-zuka Mound, and ONO no Komachi-zuka Mound.
Jizozen-in Temple: Shidare Zakura (cherry tree, a Natural Treasure designated by the Kyoto Prefecture)
Taka-jinja Shrine (a Cultural Property designated by the Kyoto Prefecture)
Hidariuma (a shogi piece of 'left horse'): Hidariuma Fureai Park
Mandoroyama Observation Platform
Ryuo no Taki Falls
Ide Town Cherry Blossoms Festival (April)
Firefly festival: Tanigawa Firefly Park (June)