Western Tma area
Area Features

Located in the northwestern portion of the Tokyo metropolis, this area borders Yamanashi Prefecture and Saitama Prefecture. It is adjacent to the Kanto mountain range and Musashino Plateau, and Hinohara Village and Okutatama Town in the mountainous area are also famous for mountain climbing.

The plains and hilly areas, which are easily accessed from the city center, are developing as Tokyo’s commuter towns.

From the Ome Interchange of the Metropolitan Inter-City Expressway good access is gained to the Chuo, Tomei, and Kanetsu Expressways.

Manufacturing Industry Features
Manufacturing company image

Manufacturers specializing in cutting-edge technologies are gathered in Hamura City and Mizuho Town along Route 16. Mizuho Town has 204 business establishments, and in terms of value added, it ranks fifth in the Tokyo metropolis.

Many large-scale plants and factories of major corporations are located in this area.

Support Facilities and Property Situation
Mitsuhara industrial park

There are expansive industrial parks located in Ome City and Hinode Town.

The Mitsuhara Industrial Park (Ome City) gathers small and medium-sized companies involved in businesses such as metal processing, reinforcement processing, welding, sheet metal, and stamp pressing, but there is also a factory for joint use, which is operated by the city.

Basic Data
Oume, Hinode, Hamura, Akiruno, Mizuho, Fussa,
Hinohara, Okutama
Population Number of establishments
in manufacturing business
Number of employees in
manufacturing business
Shipment value
(unit: ten million yen)
Added value
(unit: ten million yen)
Ome 135,2483897,31117,6176,599
Hinode 16,959791,6485,1231,980
Hamura 55,8701057,56767,85722,589
Akiruno 80,9851792,4424,5762,106
Mizuho 33,5323036,34230,5697,623
Fussa 58,384831,6182,8581,509
Hinohara 2,244127315997
Okutama 5,23318139195122
total of this area 388,4551,16827,140128,95342,625
total of Tokyo 13,637,34627,142296,132854,522338,191

・Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, "Basic resident register", 2018/1/1
・Industry and Employment in TOKYO 2018, Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, Tokyo Metropolitan Government