Ezo


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Noun1.Ezo - the second largest of the four main islands of JapanEzo - the second largest of the four main islands of Japan; to the north of Honshu
Japan, Japanese Archipelago, Japanese Islands - a string of more than 3,000 islands to the east of Asia extending 1,300 miles between the Sea of Japan and the western Pacific Ocean
Asahikawa - a city on western Hokkaido that is the center of a fertile agricultural area
Sapporo - a commercial city in northern Japan on western Hokkaido
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Estimating larval supply of Ezo abalone Haliotis discus hannai in a small bay using a coupled particle-tracking and hydrodynamic model: insights into the establishment of harvest refugia.
Theywill emphasizeon frozen Ezo abalone as well in the future.
KUSHIRO, Japan - Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost main island, has an estimated population of 640,000 indigenous "Ezo" deer that cause huge damage to crops.
Mohan, "Nonlinear optical properties of erbium doped zinc oxide (EZO) thin films," Optics Communications, vol.
However, market demands soon had the company considering other alternatives, and a few years later, Big Island Abalone switched to Ezo, which is more popular in Eastern countries like Japan.
(24) In addition, the Ainu peoples of the northern island of Ezo, in a lopsided trading relationship with the Matsumae family, began to ship "tens of thousands" of deerskins to the Japanese market, and this trade lasted for the majority of the Edo period, although again, by the eighteenth century, the imports diminished dramatically because of over-hunting.
Robert Hellyer adds his voice to this body of scholarship by examining in detail the relationship between Edo "Japan" and the outlying areas of Tsushima, Ryukyu, and Ezo, especially as those areas routinely facilitated contacts with Asians as well as Europeans.
Makpandu and Ezo in southern Sudan), (12) most internally displaced find themselves seeking shelter with local populations and sharing already scarce resources in order to survive.
The earliest Japanese histories describe a group called the Emishi who inhabited northern Honshu and Ezo (Hokkaido).
"They're just humans," sixth-grader eZo Cina-Sklar said.
Easy-open lids (EZO) are at the forefront of this movement, according to a technical session at Pack Expo/Food Processing Machinery Expo.
Longtime Sapporo resident Phred Kaufman is founder and owner of Ezo Beer, as well as Beer Inn Mugishutei, where patrons order from a list of over 300 brews.