|Established||1 of winter of year II|
|• Mayor||Eric Nakajima (NDP)|
|• Total||0.187 km2 (0.072 sq mi)|
|• Density||0.187/km2 (0.48/sq mi)|
Chûô (Japanese: 中央区, Chûô-ku) is one of the three districts of Hinata. Is the most populated district in Hinata and the "de facto" capital district.
The official formation of the district was on winter 1 of year 2, with the approval of the law of territorial division (Law 7-II) and the law of creation of the Chûô district (Law 9-II). The first mayor of the Chûô district was Goran Ishijima, minister of judicial affairs in the Nakajima cabinet I, provisionally elected until the holding of the first local elections.
|District Mayor||Took office||Left office||Party|
The relief of the district of Chûô is the flattest of all the island. In the northern part of the district there is a little urbanized agricultural area where fruits and vegetables are grown, as well as rice and where animals such as cows, chickens and sheep are raised. To the south of the district is the coastal area, where there is a beach and the port of the island. In the center of the district is the most urbanized area, as well as the river that divides the district of Chûô and the special district of Moriyama. Chûô in Japanese means "central" and this name was chosen for the district since it is located in the geographical center of the island.
Chûô being de facto the capital of Hinata is the most populated district of the island. Most of the population is concentrated in the central part of the district, which is the most urbanized area with shops and streets.
- Chûô Inn: Is a hostel in Chûô.
- Cheng General Store:
- Midoriya Farm:
- Amano Ranch: