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 (hē′mĕ-jē′, hē-mĕ′jē)
A city of southwest Honshu, Japan, west-northwest of Kobe. An industrial center, it has a large Buddhist shrine.


(Placename) a city in central Japan, on W Honshu: cotton textile centre. Pop: 475 892 (2002 est)


(ˈhi mɛˌdʒi)

a city on SW Honshu, in S Japan, W of Kobe. 454,000.
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Himeji, which has Himeji Castle -- a World Heritage site -- and the city of Nikko in Tochigi Prefecture, eastern Japan, which also has Toshogu Shrine, Futarasan Shrine and Rinnoji Temple as world heritage sites, are among the cities that will give reports.
will set up a company Wednesday which will build a new complex at Kansai Electric's LNG base in Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, for shipping LNG.
Some of the 15 million LCD panels to be made at the Himeji factory will be supplied to Hitachi Ltd., one of the major capital contributors to IPS Alpha.
CONWY'S iconic castle has undergone the first stage of an historic twinning link with the ancient Himeji Castle in Japan which featured in the James Bond movie You Only Live Twice.
On the last day of their trip on Monday, before they said 'sayonara' to Japan, they paid a visit to the Himeji Castle, where sakuras were just about everywhere.
Joining Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in 1979, he first served as an engineer in the companys Himeji Works.
Summary: Himeji [Japan], Dec 20 (ANI): The castle town of Himeji in Japan still continues to uphold its 1,000-year-old traditional leather industry.
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Katsuhiro Miura began hand-crafting and grinding irons in 1957, and his forged clubs, ranging from irons to wedges to putters, are still designed and forged in the company's factory located in the city of Himeji, Japan.
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