|— District —|
|Established||1 of winter of year II|
|- Mayor||Pierre Nikaidô (LRC)|
|- Total||1 km2 (0.4 sq mi)|
|- Density||1/km2 (2.6/sq mi)|
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 Takamachi district (Law 8-II). The first mayor of the Takamachi district was Goran Ishijima, minister of judicial affairs in the Nakajima cabinet I, provisionally elected until the holding of the first municipal elections. In the 1st Hinata local election, 29 Winter of year II, Pierre Nikaidô (Liberal Reformist Club) was elected mayor of the district. In spring of year III, the local authority adopted the current flag and symbol of the district. In the end of year II, the mayor office payed the paved of Teikoku Dôri and in spring III the paved of the Hinata ôdôri. At the end of the same month, the mayor resigned to contest in 2nd Hinata general election and the Takamachi local election, III was held.
|District Mayor||Took office||Left office||Party|
The relief of the district of Takamachi is more steep than that of Chûô but less than that of Moriyama, which is the district with a steeper relief. In the northern part of the district there is a jungle area slightly populated with an indigenous settlement. In the southern part of the district is a densely mountainous area of difficult access. The central part of the district is the capital and is the most densely populated. To the east there is an area of meadows for animals. Takamachi is higher above sea level than Chûô, hence the name since "Taka", in Japanese, means high. "Takamachi" means "High City" in japanese.
It is the central zone of the district which is urbanized for the most part. The area has streets, avenues and buildings such as a hotel, restaurants and mansions and residential houses. Despite that and unlike Chûô, the urbanization of the area is still scarce as there are large lots and the streets have not yet been paved. To the south of the central zone is the main avenue that connects to the west with the district of Chûô and to the east with the area of meadows.
Takamachi is the second most populated district of Hinata, only behind Chûô. Although the district of Takamachi is less populated than that of Chûô, Takamachi has an average income per inhabitant higher, this district being the residence of the upper class of the country. In the northern area there is still a small settlement of indigenous people of the island.
- Imperial Street (帝国通り): Teikoku Dôri in japanese, is the most southern street in Takamachi. Is a road that connects the Takamachi district with Chûô.
- Meiji Street (明治通り): Meiji Dôri in japanese, is a city street behind Beika Street and Imperial Street. In this street, there are restaurants. The name of this street are in honour of the Meiji Emperor and of the Meiji Era (1868-1912).
- Hinata Avenue (日南田大通り): Hinata Ôdôri in japanese, is a large avenue in the most east side of Takahashi. The avenue connects with all of the streets of the city.
- Beika Street (米花通り): Beika Dôri in japanese, is the most northern street in Takamachi. The name of this street are in honour of the famous Detective Conan. The Conan name is based in London's Baker street. The hotel are in this street.
- Takamachi Hotel: It is the most luxurious hotel on the island and is located in the central district of Takamachi.