Susono City


January 18, 2022

Susono City is a city with a population of about 50,000 in the eastern part of Shizuoka Prefecture. In addition to being a commuter town in Numazu City and Mishima City in the eastern part of Shizuoka Prefecture, Toyota Motor Corporation is developing as a research city for advanced technology, such as promoting the development of Woven City, which is a "connected city" for technological demonstration.


As the name suggests, it is a city located at the foot of three large volcanoes, including Mt. Fuji. The Kise River flows from north to south of this foot, and the city area spreads out on the flat land around it. Mountains: Mt. Fuji, Mt. Hakone, Mt. Ashitaka River: Kise River

Adjacent municipalities

Shizuoka Prefecture: Mishima City, Gotemba City, Nagaizumi Town, Sunto District, Fuji City Kanagawa Prefecture: Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo District



Susono City is divided into five districts, and the former Izumi Village, former Koizumi Village, former Fukara Village, former Tomioka Village, and former Suyama Village are now the East District, West District, Fukara District, Tomioka District, and Suyama, respectively. Called the district. There are branch offices of the city hall in the Fukara, Tomioka, and Suyama districts. Suyama District-Former Suyama Village Tomioka district-former Tomioka village Shimowada-Former Shimowada Village Imasato-formerly Imasato Village Kanazawa-formerly Kanazawa Village Kuzurayama --Former Kuzuyama Village Ageta (I gave it) --Former Ageta Village Onjuku-Former Onjuku Village Senpuku-formerly Senpuku Village Senpukugaoka Ohata-Former Ohata Village * Taoyuan (Momozono) --Former Sadawaji Village * * Currently in the west area Fukara District-Former Fukara Village Iwanami-Former Iwanami Village Fukara (narrow sense) West District-Former Koizumi Village Ishiwaki-former Ishiwaki Village Sano-formerly Sano Village Futatsuya-formerly Futatsuya Nitta Tomizawa-former Tomizawa Village Izushimata-formerly Izushimata Village Mizukubo-formerly Mizukubo Village East (Higashi) district-former Izumi village Kune --Former Kune Village Official name (Kumomyo) --Former official name village Inari-Former Inari Village Tea plantation (Chabatake) --Former tea plantation village Hiramatsu-formerly Hiramatsu Nitta Mugitsuka --Former Mugitsuka Village

External relations

Sister cities / affiliated cities

Frankston (Victoria, Australia)



In the Edo period, it was mainly the territory of the Sagami Odawara clan, similar to Gotemba City and Oyama Town (some of which have Hatamoto territory). 1889 (Meiji 22) February 1: Sano Station opened. April 1, 1889 (Meiji 22): Koizumi Village, Suyama Village, Tomioka Village, and Fukara Village are established in Sunto District with the enforcement of the town and village system. June 11, 1891 (Meiji 24): Fukara Village was renamed Fukara Village. October 10, 1891 (Meiji 24): Izumi Village is separated from Koizumi Village. April 14, 1915 (Taisho 4): Sano Station was renamed to Susono Station. December 8, 1944: Iwanami Station opened. April 1, 1952: Koizumi Village and Izumi Village merged to form Susono Town. March 4, 1953: Established Susono Town Council of Social Welfare. September 30, 1956: Fukara Village is incorporated into Susono Town. 1957 (Showa 32) September 1: Tomioka Village and Suyama Village are incorporated into Susono Town. September 18: Established the town emblem. July 1960: Established Susono Town Chamber of Commerce. 1961 (Showa 36): Established Yazaki Electric Wire Susono Factory. 1962 (Showa 37): Construction of the Mitsubishi Aluminum Factory begins, and the town-run pool is completed. 1966 (Showa 41): Established Toyota Motor Corporation Higashifuji Research Institute. January 1, 1971 (Showa 46): The city system is enforced, and it becomes Susono City. 1972 (Showa 47): Established Susono City Tourism Association. September 22: Decided to be a city flower (Azalea), a city tree (Sugi), and a city bird (Uguisu) (Susono City Flower).

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