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Karenk%C5%8D Prefecture
The Karenk? Prefecture government building
Karenk? Prefecture

Karenk? Prefecture (?, Karenk?-ch?) was one of the administrative divisions of Taiwan during the Japanese rule. The prefecture consisted of modern-day Hualien County.

Population

Total population 153,785
Japanese 20,914
Taiwanese 130,720
Korean 119
1941 (Showa 16) census.

Administrative divisions

Map of part of Karenk? Prefecture (1944)

Cities and Districts

In 1945 (Sh?wa 20), there were 1 city and 3 districts.

Cities (? shi) Districts (? gun)
Name Kanji Kana Name Kanji Kana
Karenk? City ? Karen District
H?rin District
Tamazato District

Towns and Villages

The districts are divided into towns (?) and villages (?)

District Name Kanji Notes
Karen
Yoshino village Today Ji'an Township
Kotobuki village Today Shoufeng Township
Kenkai village Today Xincheng Township
Aboriginal Area Today Xiulin Township
Karenk? town ? Upgraded to a city in 1940. Today Hualien City
H?rin
H?rin town Today Fenglin Township and part of Guangfu Township
Mizuho village Today Ruisui Township and part of Guangfu Township
Shinsha village Today Fengbin Township
Aboriginal Area Today Wanrong Township
Tamazato
Tamazato town Today Yuli Township
Tomizato village Today Fuli Township
Aboriginal Area Today Zhuoxi Township

See also



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