Yūfutsu District, Hokkaido

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Yufutsu District in Iburi and Kamikawa Subprefectures.

Yūfutsu (勇払郡, Yūfutsu-gun) is a district divided between Iburi and Kamikawa Subprefectures in Hokkaido, Japan.

Towns and villages[edit]

Iburi Subprefecture[edit]

Kamikawa Subprefecture[edit]


  • 1869 - With the establishment of provinces and districts in Hokkaido, Yūfutsu District, Iburi Province is created
  • 1897 - Placed under Muroran Subprefecture (later renamed Iburi)
  • 1906 - Shimukappu Village transferred to Kamikawa Subprefecture
  • 1948 - Tomakomai City established, leaving Yūfutsu District
  • On March 27, 2006 - the towns of Hayakita and Oiwake merged to form the new town of Abira.
  • On March 27, 2006 - the towns of Hobetsu and Mukawa merged to form the new town of Mukawa, now with a different writing.

Coordinates: 42°49′55″N 142°10′48″E / 42.832°N 142.18°E / 42.832; 142.18