Kyobashi post office
Person named "walk writer" states "Shinanomachi away from JR Yotsuya Station as reason with why" or "Yotsuya post office" in "urban life metro" of September 9 as follows.
"One day we thought incidentally. "Yotsuya post office which is why will be near Shinanomachi Station not Yotsuya Station" It means. By the way, there is post office of the similar name called Yotsuya station square post office (Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku) in front of Yotsuya Station, but is smaller than Yotsuya post office. We felt that we were absentminded, but we came to write walk-related article and knew reason afterwards in those days. That was to come from "Tokyo 15 wards" established in 1878 (Meiji 11). "Yotsuya ward" existed from Yotsuya to around Sendagaya once (the March, 1947 abolition). Therefore Yotsuya post office of Shinanomachi was representative post office of Yotsuya ward regardless of Yotsuya Station of JR. ・Not only ... ... post office in police station and fire department, the tax office "why here thing of this name" That is because we are almost related to 15 wards of Tokyo. From 1878 to 1932 (Showa 7), 15 wards of Tokyo exists and leave the trace in various facilities of Tokyo."
"Why here thing of this name" in existing Chuo-ku, after all, model example is post office.
While post office which is in Tsukiji is in Tsukiji (4-2-2, Tsukiji, Chuo-ku), it will be thing by process that adopted ward name called Kyobashi ward as core post office of former Kyobashi ward jurisdiction Japan Post Co., Ltd., Kyobashi post office (Harumi post office Kyobashi branch office), that call JAPAN POST BANK Co., Ltd. Kyobashi shop before former Kyobashi ward and former Nihonbashi Bridge ward integrate in 1947, and Chuo-ku becomes Chuo-ku.
And it will go without saying that it depends on the same process that post office in Tsukishima district is called "Kyobashi Tsukishima post office" (4-1-14, Tsukishima, Chuo-ku).
As other examples of post office, "Kyobashi library goes, too". Address is "1.2 floor in 1-1-1, Tsukiji, Chuo-ku Chuo-ku government office under the ground", but names "Kyobashi".