About Cultural and Academic Research Zones(As of March 2017)

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Summary of the Tanabe District (Kyotanabe City in Kyoto Pref.)

Development Academic facilities are planned to develop and enrich with a central focus on Doshisha University
Land Area 100ha

Summary of the Minami-Tanabe and Komada District (Kyotanabe City and Seika Town in Kyoto Pref.)

Development Utilizing buildup of the agricultural bioscience education facilities, the facilities for the Sciencees or the R&D oriented industries are planned to develop, and habitants and the facilities of the urban services and extensive recreations are promoted to develop.
Land Area 344ha
Planned Population 19,000

Summary of the Kizu District (Kizugawa City in Kyoto Pref.)

Development It is promoted to develop as a base of the R&D and state-of-the-art industries having mainly the Science facilities for the natural science and the R&D oriented industrial facilities, such as Kansai Photon Science Institute and also develop the extended habitats and the private service facilities.
Land Area 740ha
Planned Population 40,000

Summary of the Seika and Nishikizu District (Seika Town and Kizugawa City in Kyoto Pref.)

Development This district is positioned as the central district of this city since it is located in the center of the city.Kansai-kan of the National Diet Library and various functions of International Institute for Advance Studies and Advanced Telecommunications Reseach Institute International are planned to enrich. It is planned to build up the Science facilities and enrich the Science exchange facilities. This district plays centric roles in the various fields such as information communications and environments utilizing location of those facilities and it is promoted to develop green parks utilizing habitats, urban service facilities and natural environments.
Land Area 506ha
Planned Population 25,000

Summary of the Heijo and Soraku District (Seika Town and Kizugawa City in Kyoto Pref. and Nara city in Nara Pref.)

Development It is promoted to develop extensive habitats, Science facilities related to the people's daily lives and urban service facilities.
Land Area 626ha
Planned Population 68,000

Summary of the Himuro and Tsuda District (Hirakata City in Osaka Pref.)

Development Utilizing existence of Kansai University of Foreign Studies, the Science facilities and the R&D oriented industrial facilities such as the state-of-the-art research and education facilities are planned to develop. Further, it is promoted to develop the habitats.
Land Area 74ha
Planned Population 3,000

Summary of the Kiyotaki and Muroike District (Shijonawate City in Osaka Pref.)

Development Planning conservation of the natural environments and recovery of the green spaces, the facilities for sports and recreations are promoted to develop as a base of recreations in the natures. Science facilities for trainings and educations, and habitats are also promoted to develop utilizing existence of Osaka Electro-Communication University.
Land Area 340ha
Planned Population 3,000

Summary of the Tawara District (Shijonawate City in Osaka Pref.)

Development It is promoted to develop the habitats utilizing the surrounding natural environments, and further to develop the Science facilities for trainings and the industrial facilities.
Land Area 127ha
Planned Population 10,000


Summary of the Heijo Palace Site District (Nara city in Nara Pref.)

Development Conserving the historical and cultural heritages with a central focus on the special historic place, "Heijokyo", it is promoted to enrich the Science facilities for the cultural heritages and archeology.
Land Area 142ha
Planned Population 1,000

Summary of the Takayama District (Ikoma City in Nara Pref.)

Development It is promoted to develop the Science facilities for aiming the state-of-the art technologies, such as information communications and bioscience, and habitats with a central focus on Nara Institute of Science and Technology and Nara Research Center of Communications and Broadcasting, and further planned to develop the green spaces utilizing the natural environments. It is also planned to develop the multiple urban functions considering consistency with the plan of the Keihanna new transportation.
Land Area 333ha
Planned Population 24,000