Nonai, Aomori

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Nonai

野内村
Former municipality
Yunoshima and Nonai viewed from Asamushi Onsen
Yunoshima and Nonai viewed from Asamushi Onsen
Nonai is located in Japan
Nonai
Nonai
Location in Japan
Coordinates: 40°52′25.8″N 140°50′49.9″E / 40.873833°N 140.847194°E / 40.873833; 140.847194Coordinates: 40°52′25.8″N 140°50′49.9″E / 40.873833°N 140.847194°E / 40.873833; 140.847194
CountryJapan
RegionTōhoku
PrefectureAomori Prefecture
DistrictHigashitsugaru
MergedOctober 1, 1962
(now part of Aomori)
Population
 (1960)
 • Total8,372
Time zoneUTC+9 (JST)

Nonai (野内村, Nonai-mura) was a village located in Higashitsugaru District in central Aomori Prefecture, Japan. The former town was best known as a shukuba along the Matsumaedō and the site of an onsen town, Asamushi Onsen, it is now a neighborhood of the city, Aomori.

History[edit]

Nonai was created by a merger of the villages of Asamushi and Kugurizaka on April 1, 1889; the village was annexed by Aomori on October 1, 1962.

Neighbouring municipalities[edit]

These were the neighboring municipalities of Nonai just before its incorporation into Aomori.[1]

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