2013年08月01日

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  • 南地区
  • 北地区
  • 中央地区
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 南地区(吹田市)
1. Minami District Center
With the Hankyu Minami-Senri Station (opened in 1963) as its core, it is located in the oldest part of Senri New Town, and served as its entrance until the Chuo District Center was built in 1970. Redevelopment has been underway since about 2000.
4. Senri New Town Plaza
Housing a Suita City government branch, it also has the Senri New Town Information Center on the 2nd floor. The Plaza serves as a base for residents’ activities.
A. Tsukumodai
Occupancy began in 1963 (125 ha). Located in the center of the Minami District, with the Minami District Center and Senri Minami Park. The essential services required for new towns are centered in the 7-chome area in the north.
B. Takanodai
Occupancy began in 1963 (94 ha). It is the second oldest neighborhood unit after Satakedai. In the Takamachiike Pond area, the New Town’s perimeter green zone, one can enjoy seeing Himebotaru fireflies in May.
C. Satakedai
Occupancy began in 1962 (87 ha). The first neighborhood unit to receive residents, it represents the site as a pioneer for Japan’s new towns. Regeneration including the rebuilding of collective housing complexes is underway.
D. Momoyamadai
Occupancy began in 1967 (79 ha). Named after peach (“momo” in Japanese), which used to be one of the specialty produce of Senri Hills along with bamboo shoots. This unit enjoys the quickest access to Osaka City center.
E. Takemidai
Occupancy began in 1967 (53 ha). The smallest neighborhood unit in area among the twelve. The so-called ‘star-house’ high-rise landmark building in front of Minami-Senri Station serves as a symbol of the entrance to Senri New Town.
Kita District (Suita City)
2. Kita District Center
With the Hankyu Kita-Senri Station (opened in 1967) as its core, it is used by many students as an entrance to the Osaka University campus and by many who live in eastern Minoh City situated north of the New Town.
F. Aoyamadai
Occupancy began in 1965 (97 ha). Located on the highest hill of the New Town, it has many vantage points, and the view of the collective housing complex on the slope spreading north west from Kita-Senri Station is impressive.
G. Fujishirodai
Occupancy began in 1964 (139 ha). This, the largest neighborhood unit of the New Town includes the vast Senri Kita Park and the National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, and is adjacent to the Osaka University campus and Expo '70 Commemorative Park.
H. Furuedai
Occupancy began in 1964 (120 ha). This is the only neighborhood unit that includes an old village of more than ten dwellings and that maintains a small shrine. It is the unit first developed in the Kita District.
中央区
3. Chuo District Center
With Senri-Chuo Station, Kita-Osaka Kyuko Line (opened in 1970) as its core, it is the largest District Center of Senri New Town, attracting many users also from outside as the new urban core of northern Osaka i.e. Greater Senri. It has a business quarter on the west side of Shin-Midosuji Blvd.
5. Senri Culture Center “Collabo”
Housing a Toyonaka City government branch, it provides the Toyonaka City Senri Library on the 4th floor focusing on informational materials of Senri New Town. Collabo serves as a base for residents’ activities.
6. Observation deck (Senri Chuo Park)
Situated on a hill-crest bordering Toyonaka City and Suita City, it provides a panoramic view of Senri New Town as far as the Expo '70 Commemorative Park, and is known as a historic spot enjoyed by many VIP visitors.
I. Shinsenri-kitamachi
Occupancy began in 1966 (97 ha). The first neighborhood unit developed in the Toyonaka City region, it includes the highest altitude spot in the New Town, and serves as the water distribution base for the north area.
J. Shinsenri-higashimachi
Occupancy began in 1966 (98 ha). The only unit which consists entirely of collective housing. There is a dense bamboo forest preserved and tended by the residents in Senri-higashimachi Park close to the Senri-Chuo Station area.
K. Shinsenri-nishimachi
Occupancy began in 1968 (84 ha). Comprising the west half of the Chuo District Center, it has a business quarter, which is unusual in Senri New Town. Rebuilding of collective housing is underway.
L. Shinsenri-minamimachi
Occupancy began in 1968 (99 ha). The last neighborhood unit developed in the New Town, it stretches north-south along the west side of Shin-Midosuji Blvd., the artery from the center of Osaka to Senri New Town.
7. Kamishinden
This area contains a village from the early Edo period (1600 - 1867), that is more than 400 years old. During the initial New Town development stage, only the surrounding fields and hills were purchased and the village itself was excluded from the development project, resulting in the preservation of this traditional townscape in the middle of a city of the future. However, many private apartments have since been built here.


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4. Regeneration
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 2. Planning (2013-08-01 13:23)
 3. Transition (2013-08-01 13:23)
 4. Regeneration (2013-08-01 13:23)
 History (2013-08-01 13:22)
 Photo gallery (2013-08-01 13:21)

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