Miyazu Prefecture (宮津県)

Miyazu Prefecture is a prefecture established in 1871 based on the policy of Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures). It was abolished and consolidated into Toyooka Prefecture in the same year. The prefecture covered current day Miyazu City and Yosa County.

History
July 14, 1871: Under the policy of Haihan-chiken, Miyazu Domain (70,000 koku) was reorganized as Miyazu Prefecture.

November 22, 1871: It was consolidated into Toyooka Prefecture. August 22, 1876: Toyooka Prefecture was abolished and incorporated into Kyoto Prefecture.