Shida (志田郡; -gun) is a district located in Miyagi, Japan.
As of 2003, the district has an estimated population of 29,126 and a density of 226.17 persons per km². The total area is 128.78 km².
Towns and villages
- April, 1869 Shida District is added to Wakuya Prefecture (涌谷県)
- August, 1869 Wakuya Prefecture becomes Toyone? Prefecture (登米県)
- 1871 With the Abolition of the han system, becomes attached to Sendai Prefecture (仙台県), now Miyagi Prefecture
- 1889 With the establishment of the modern municipal system, Furukawa Town (古川町), Arao? Village (荒雄村), Shida Village (志田村), Shikitama? Village (敷玉村), Takakura? Village (高倉村), Matsuyama Village (松山村), Shimoibano Village (下伊場野村), Sambongi Village (三本木村), and Kashimadai Village (鹿島台村) etablished
- 1890 Matsuyama becomes a town
- 1894 District offices established in Furukawa Town
- 1895 Sambongi becomes a town
- 1926 District offices abolished
- 1950 Furukawa becomes a city (Furukawa, Miyagi)
- 1951 Kashimadai becomes a town