Ainan (愛南町, Ainan-chō) is a large town made up of smaller village suburbs in southern Ehime Prefecture, on the island of Shikoku in Japan. On October 1, 2004 all the former towns and villages of Minamiuwa (Jōhen, Mishō, Nishiumi, Uchiumi, and Ipponmatsu) merged to form a larger town, Ainan.

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  • Ainan (愛南町, Ainan-chō) is a large town made up of smaller village suburbs in southern Ehime Prefecture, on the island of Shikoku in Japan. On October 1, 2004 all the former towns and villages of Minamiuwa (Jōhen, Mishō, Nishiumi, Uchiumi, and Ipponmatsu) merged to form a larger town, Ainan. (en)
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