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Kawachi Province

Summary
Kawachi Province was a province of Japan in the eastern part of modern Osaka Prefecture. It originally held the southwestern area that was split off into Izumi Province. It was also known as 河州. Geography The area was radically different in the past, with Kawachi Bay and lake dominating the area over what is now land. Chiku Kawachi was divided into three counties: northern, central, and southern.
  • The northern county comprised the modern Hirakata, Neyagawa, Kadoma, Moriguchi, Shijōnawate, Daitō, and Katano, Osaka areas.
  • The central county comprised the modern Higashiōsaka, Yao, and Kashiwara, Osaka areas.
  • The southern county comprised the modern Sakai's eastern part (all of Higashi-ku and Mihara-ku, and part of Kita-ku), Matsubara, Habikino, Fujiidera, Tondabayashi, Kawachinagano, Ōsakasayama, and Minamikawachi District areas.
Development Kawachi province was established in the 7th century. On 11 May 716, the Ōtori, Izumi, and Hine districts were sp
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