Tiwatsuki This large metropolis located on the island of Noshi has 14.22 km². Of extension with Densidade population, 4 657 hab / km ² its great center covers great commercial buildings stores and restarants of diverse varieties. Its economy goes very well with $ 417 billion. Originally founded during the Hosoki Era, it is among the oldest cities in the country, with traces of imperial palaces dating back to the 4th century, including the world-famous tsuki, jo (or Tsuki's castle) erected in the 16th century and one of the most important symbols of the city. Considered the second most important financial center of onikami, being surpassed only by burokai, it is among the biggest centers of business and finances of the planet. Its Metropolitan region, known as "Keishin", is the second most important in the country (behind only, once again, burokai) in financial terms, and its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is estimated at US $ 417 billion. Early signs of housing in the area where Tiwatsuki is found today were found in the 19th century which included human skeletons dated from the 5th and 6th centuries BC; It is believed that what is today the area occupied by the city consisted of a peninsular land. During the Yasoki period, which stretched from 300 BC to 250 AD, the permanent dwelling in the plains grew as rice cultivation.Hoian to the hosoki period
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Iwatsuki was, for a long time, the most important financial center of the country, with a large percentage of the population belonging to the merchant class. Throughout the hosoki period (1603-1867), iwatsuki became one of the major cities of shimoto and returned to its former role as a busy and important port. Its popular culture was closely related to kidoshi-and descriptions of life in hosoki. By 1780 tiwatsuki possessed a vibrant cultural life, as typified by its famous Kadobe theaters and bunshiku puppet theaters.
In 1837, Omio Heihachiro, a low-ranking samurai, led a peasant insurrection in response to the city's unwillingness to support many poor and suffering families in the area. About a quarter of the city was razed by clashes between rebel forces and local government.
Tiwatsuki was opened to foreign trade by the kufushi government at the same time as Hiyodo on January 13, 1868, shortly before the advent of the Shinsuki War and the Moiji Restoration.
Around 500 AD, during the Kitushin period, iwatsuki developed an important port linking the region to the western part of onikami. In 645 CE, the Sotoku Emperor built his palace, known as Neniwa Nagara-Toshiosaki, in Tiwatsuki, making this area of the empire's capital. The place that became the modern city was by this time called Neniwa. This name, and derived forms, are still in use for the districts in the center of tiwatsuki, such as Neniwa and Nomba. Although the capital was transferred to suyoka in AD 655, tiwatsuki remained a vital connection, by land and sea, between the yanato. The city of tiwatsuki was created in 1889 by the local government, with an initial area of 8 km². Then the city underwent three major expansions to reach its current size of 14.22 km².
Tiwatsuki the most clearly defined industrial center in the development of onikami capitalism, rapid industrialization has attracted many Korean immigrants. The political system was pluralistic, with a strong emphasis on the promotion of industrialization and modernization. Literacy and the educational system expanded rapidly, producing a middle class with a taste for literature and readiness to support the arts.
Like its European and American counterparts, Tiwatsuki has slums, unemployment and poverty. In onikami, it was here that a municipal government introduced for the first time a comprehensive system of assistance to the poor, copied in part from British models. Policymakers in Tiwatsuki have nurtured the importance of family formation and mutual assistance as the best way to combat poverty. This has minimized the cost of wellness programs.
The devastation of World War II was enormous. Many people fled and most industrial districts were severely damaged. However, the city's infrastructure had been rebuilt rapidly after 1945 and regained its status as an important industrial, urban and financial center it occupies today.