Ichinomiya


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I•chi•no•mi•ya

(ˌi tʃiˈnoʊ mi yə)

n.
a city on central Honshu, in central Japan. 262,000.
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Terao Y, Ichinomiya T, Higashijima U, Tanise T, Miura K, Fukusaki M, et al.
The outspoken liberal Tabuchi Toyokichi emphasized the importance of allowing women to enter the political theater because it was "women who bear the consequences" of many state policies, (275) while the conservative Ichinomiya Fusajiro, a member of the Seiyukai party, chimed in that "today's woman must be liberated from her submissive position within the household and be encouraged to contribute socially, politically, and to the State.
Yoshihito Mori, 52, president of the wholesaler based in Ichinomiya, Aichi Prefecture, and two others had allegedly been urging client canners since 2003 to fill the cans with bamboo shoots imported from China and to sell them as products from Kumamoto and Kagoshima prefectures, although they contained few domestic bamboo shoots, the police said.
The Thai police had obtained arrest warrants in late August for the man -- Hirotoshi Mori from Ichinomiya, Aichi Prefecture -- as well as a 30-year-old man from Suita, Osaka Prefecture, on suspicion of killing Takahide Tanahashi, 33, from Yamagata, Gifu Prefecture.
TOKYO - Torrential rain from Thursday through Friday left one woman dead and three people missing in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture, while a man fell unconscious in Ichinomiya in the central Japan prefecture.
Surfers initially reported seeing several whales beached up in Ichinomiya, 43 miles east of Tokyo said Ichinomiya town spokesman Takeshi Ide.
The quake measured 4 on the Japanese seismic intensity scale of 7 in Nagoya, Ichinomiya and Aisai in Aichi, and Kuwana and Suzuka in Mie.
According to the company, a passenger in the front car spotted the driver using a mobile phone just before the train reached Torami Station in the town of Ichinomiya in early May.
Sony will gradually reduce production of plasma TVs at its Ichinomiya factory in Aichi Prefecture and instead increase the production of LCD and rear-projection TVs, the sources said.
Kerr's journey began in Ichinomiya, a city near the capital Tokyo, but it was in Tokamachi that he noticed just how geared up the Japanese were to the upcoming World Cup.