2013年08月01日

History

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History

1958 Senri New Town development project became official.
1960 Master plan completed.
1961 Groundbreaking ceremony held.
1962 Occupancy began in the Satakedai unit, marking the opening of Senri New Town.
1963 Occupancy began in the Takanodai and Tsukumodai units.
Hankyu Senri Line between Senriyama and Shinsenriyama (present Minami-Senri) Stations opened (the first railway access to Senri New Town).
1964 Occupancy began in the Furuedai and Fujishirodai units.
1965 Occupancy began in Aoyamadai.
Minami District Center specialty retail stores opened.
1966 Occupancy began in the Shinsenri-kitamachi and Shinsenri-higashimachi units.
1967 Shinsenri Hospital (present Saiseikai Senri Hospital) opened.
Hankyu Senri Line between Minami-Senri and Kita-Senri Stations opened (the world’s first automatic ticket gate introduced at Kita-Senri Station).
Kita District Center specialty retail stores opened.
Occupancy began in the Momoyamadai and Takemidai units.
1968 Occupancy began in the Shinsenri-nishimachi and Shinsenri-minamimachi units.
Osaka University began to move to the Suita Campus.
1969 Population exceeded 100,000.
1970 Japan World Exposition (Expo '70) held.
Kita-Osaka Kyuko Line, Shin-Midosuji Blvd. and the Osaka-chuo-kanjo-sen Belt Line opened.
Chuo District Center opened.
Senri New Town development project completed.
1971 Expo '70 Commemorative Park opened.
1972 (The ban on resale began to be lifted starting with detached house plots following 10 year occupancy.)
1973 The ‘toilet paper panic’ due to the oil crisis started in Senri New Town, and spread throughout Japan.
Hankyu Senri Line Yamada Station opened.
The first primary school not included in the master plan opened to accommodate a rapid increase in the number of children.
Development of the surrounding area expanded with the apartment construction boom.
1974 (As private bathrooms increased, the use of public baths in the Neighboring Centers began to decline.)
1975 Population peaked at 128,993.
1977 National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center opened.
National Museum of Ethnology opened in the Expo '70 Commemorative Park.
1978 One-room extension of prefectural housing began.
(Libraries, community halls and gymnasiums began to be opened one after another.)
1982 Bamboo forest in Senri Hills selected as one of Japan’s 100 best natural sceneries.
1990 Senchu PAL reopened.
Osaka Monorail between Senri-Chuo and Minami-Ibaraki Stations opened.
1991 (Company housing began to be rebuilt as private condominiums, and rebuilding of collective housing complexes began to be considered.)
1993 Osaka University Hospital moved to a neighboring area.
1994 Dios Kitasenri commercial complex opened.
1997 AZAL Momoyamadai commercial complex opened.
Population decreased to less than 100,000.
2004 Garden Mall Minamisenri commercial complex opened.
2005 Population of 65 years and over exceeded 25%.
2007 Senri New Town Indicators for Regeneration formulated.
2008 Senri Culture Center “Collabo”, Toyonaka City opened.
2011 Redevelopment of Senri Chuo District completed.
2012 Senri New Town Plaza (Senri New Town Information Center), Suita City opened.
50th Anniversary of Senri New Town

































































Photos courtesy of the Osaka Prefectural Government,
Sunao Akai, Junzo Kitada, Taku Kitamura and others.



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

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