Mizuho-cho (Kyoto Prefecture) (瑞穂町 (京都府))

Mizuho-cho was a town located in Kyoto Prefecture.

On October 11, 2005, Mizuho-cho merged with two neighboring towns, and as a result of this merger, Kyotanba-cho was formed.

History

April 1, 1951: Mizuho-mura was formed as a result of the merger of the villages of Hiyama-mura, Umeda-mura, Sannomiya-mura and Shitsumi-mura of Funai-gun.

April 1, 1955: Mizuho-cho was formed as a result of the enforcement of town organization.

October 11, 2005: Mizuho-cho merged with the towns of Tanba-cho and Wachi-cho, and as a result of this merger, Kyotanba-cho was formed.

Affiliated cities
Sister cities
Futaba-cho - Futaba-gun, Fukushima Prefecture

Roads

National Route 9

National Route 173