Asahikawa


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A·sa·hi·ka·wa

 (ä′sə-hē-kä′wə, ä′sä-hē′kä-wä) also A·sa·hi·ga·wa (ä′sə-hē-gä′wə, ä′sä-hē′gä-wä)
A city of west-central Hokkaido, Japan. It is the commercial, industrial, and transportation center of a fertile agricultural area.
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Noun1.Asahikawa - a city on western Hokkaido that is the center of a fertile agricultural areaAsahikawa - a city on western Hokkaido that is the center of a fertile agricultural area
Ezo, Hokkaido, Yezo - the second largest of the four main islands of Japan; to the north of Honshu
Nihon, Nippon, Japan - a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
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Furthermore, there will be no service to Asahikawa from September 29 to October 26.
(hereinafter, the "Hokkaido Airports Group") has entered into a Basic Agreement for the Airport Operation of the Seven Airports in Hokkaido (hereinafter, the "Project") with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (hereinafter, "MLIT"), Asahikawa City Government, Obihiro City Government, and Hokkaido Government (collectively referred to as the "Four Administrators").
Baikohken Ramen was established in 1969 in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, where it remains a must-visit tourist spot to this day.
As a first step, both companies will establish a preparatory office, and starting this fall, conduct joint trials in Asahikawa City in Hokkaido, Narita City in Chiba Prefecture and Fukuyama City in Hiroshima Prefecture.
Just as Washo Ichiba is one of Hokkaido's trinity of markets, Nusamai Bridge is one of Hokkaido's three most renowned bridges (the other two are Toyohira Bridge in Sapporo and Asahi Bridge in Asahikawa).
(2) Department of Pediatrics, Asahikawa City Hospital, 1-1-65 Kinsei-cho, Asahikawa 070-8610, Japan
Hasegawa hotel & resort will open two more budget hotels in the Osaka area within the year, and also have plans in Naha, Ishigakijima, Asahikawa and Sapporo.
This latest order for newspaper offset presses is the first MHI-PPM has received from the Hokkaido Shimbun Press in 16 years, since those for its Asahikawa plant in 2001.
Arata Kano is no stranger to Shinkai's work as he has also written novelizations for the director's other films, which includes 'Voices of a Distant Star' and 'The Place Promised in Our Early Days.' He also wrote a spinoff novel from '5 Centimeters Per Second.' Character designer Masayoshi Tanaka from the movie drew the cover art while Hiyori Asahikawa illustrated the novel.
Makoto Sato and colleagues from Asahikawa Medical University in Hoikkado, Japan evaluated the association of baseline pleth variability index (PVI) from Masimo SET[R] pulse oximetry and dexmedetomidine-induced changes in blood pressure.
Konnai); Asahikawa Medical College, Asahikawa, Japan (M.