History[change | change source]
It prospered as a temple town in Kashima temple which is Kuniichi Hitachi Miya.[source?]
The Kajima seaside industrial zone centering on the Kashima harbor is formed.[source?]
Kashima city is an industrial city centering on a steel company.[source?]
Timeline[change | change source]
- 1970 Kashima Line started business.
- 1985 Kashima-Rinkai Railway Oarai Kashima Line started business.
- 1993 Kashima Soccer Stadium was built.
- 1995 Kajima town became Kajima City.[source?]
- 2002 The World Cup was held in the Kajima stadium.
Sports[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), "Kashima"; retrieved 2012-11-28.
- Nussbaum, "Kashima-jinjū" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 485; TravelAroundJapan.com, "Kashima Shrine"; retrieved 2012-11-26.
- Zumerchik, John. (2012). Seas and Waterways of the World: An Encyclopedia of History, Uses, and Issues, Vol. 1, p. 293.
- Kitiyama Rail Pages, "Kashima Line"; retrieved 2012-11-28.
- Kitayama Rail Pages, "Kashima Rinkai Railway"; retrieved 2012-11-28.
- StadiumGuide.com, "Kashima Soccer Stadium"; retrieved 2012-11-26.
- Desbordes, Michel. (2012). Marketing and Football: An International Perspective, p. 426.
Other websites[change | change source]
Media related to Kashima, Ibaraki at Wikimedia Commons
- Kashima website (in Japanese)
- J.League, http://www.j-league.or.jp/stadium/kashima/ Archived 2012-03-01 at the Wayback Machine