Hata (波田 Hata) was a town located in Higashichikuma District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Before Hata became a town, it was three villages: Kami-Hata (上波多), Shimo-Hata (下波多), and Samizo (三溝). In 1973, these three villages merged into a town under the enforcement of the town system. On March 31, 2010, Hata (波田町; -machi) was merged into the expanded city Matsumoto. Hata is considered the gateway to Kamikochi and the Northern Japan Alps because of Shin-Shimashima Station, which is used by tourists to access the park.

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  • Hata (波田 Hata) was a town located in Higashichikuma District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Before Hata became a town, it was three villages: Kami-Hata (上波多), Shimo-Hata (下波多), and Samizo (三溝). In 1973, these three villages merged into a town under the enforcement of the town system. On March 31, 2010, Hata (波田町; -machi) was merged into the expanded city Matsumoto. Originally, Hata was written as 波多 (Hata) in kanji. 波 means "wave" and 多 means "much". The name meant "many waves", reflecting the abundance of clean water the town had. In 1932, the name was changed from 波多 to the current 波田. 田 means "rice paddies" and reflected the town's hope for abundant water and rice cultivation. Hata's main industry is farming and produces various vegetables and fruits, including watermelons, corn, apples, peaches, and so on. Hata is built on a river terrace. The town's slogan is "A Fascinating Town on a River Terrace" reflects this. Hata is considered the gateway to Kamikochi and the Northern Japan Alps because of Shin-Shimashima Station, which is used by tourists to access the park. (en)
  • 波田町(はたまち)は、かつて長野県中西部の東筑摩郡に存在していた町。長野県全体の人口が減少している中、県内トップクラスの人口増加率を誇っていた。なお、旧町域には市町村の合併の特例に関する法律(合併特例法)に基づく地域自治区が2015年3月31日を期限として設置された。 サラダ街道という観光道路や特産の下原スイカ(しもはらスイカ)で有名。町のキャッチフレーズは「河岸段丘に味なまち」。 (ja)
  • 波田町為位于長野縣中西部東筑摩郡的一町。在人口減少的長野縣中,該縣的人口成長率位居縣內第一。 (zh)
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  • 波田町(はたまち)は、かつて長野県中西部の東筑摩郡に存在していた町。長野県全体の人口が減少している中、県内トップクラスの人口増加率を誇っていた。なお、旧町域には市町村の合併の特例に関する法律(合併特例法)に基づく地域自治区が2015年3月31日を期限として設置された。 サラダ街道という観光道路や特産の下原スイカ(しもはらスイカ)で有名。町のキャッチフレーズは「河岸段丘に味なまち」。 (ja)
  • 波田町為位于長野縣中西部東筑摩郡的一町。在人口減少的長野縣中,該縣的人口成長率位居縣內第一。 (zh)
  • Hata (波田 Hata) was a town located in Higashichikuma District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Before Hata became a town, it was three villages: Kami-Hata (上波多), Shimo-Hata (下波多), and Samizo (三溝). In 1973, these three villages merged into a town under the enforcement of the town system. On March 31, 2010, Hata (波田町; -machi) was merged into the expanded city Matsumoto. Hata is considered the gateway to Kamikochi and the Northern Japan Alps because of Shin-Shimashima Station, which is used by tourists to access the park. (en)
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  • 波田町 (ja)
  • 波田町 (zh)
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