Kawaguchi


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Ka•wa•gu•chi

(ˌkɑ wəˈgu tʃi)

n.
a city on SE Honshu, in central Japan, N of Tokyo. 439,000.
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Japan's upper house passed a resolution Thursday dismissing Yoriko Kawaguchi, a senior lawmaker of the Liberal Democratic Party, as head of one of its standing committees over her recent trip to China, fueling tensions between the ruling and opposition camps ahead of this summer's national election.
28, 1997, and 83-year-old Megumi Kawaguchi was waiting with four umbrellas.
Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi left for Brunei on Monday to attend the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), where she is to call for the promotion of further cooperation in the fight against terrorism and other issues that necessitate cross-border cooperation.
Katsuhiko Kawaguchi, 59, is suspected of withdrawing the money in cash from a bank account owned by an Osaka glass manufacturing and sales firm on four occasions from January to May 1997 to pocket the cash, according to investigations.
PORTSMOUTH are ready to unload their Japanese international goalkeeper Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi to Italian club Perugia.
A 110-ton, horizontal, all-electric press has been added to the new KXE line from Kawaguchi Ltd., represented here by Kawaguchi Inc., Wheeling, Ill.
Framework Convention on Climate Change said Sunday he has high expectations of Japanese Environment Agency head Yoriko Kawaguchi, who will preside over some of the meetings at the conference.
Former Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi reiterated Japan's support for U.N.
Cho made the remarks when he briefly talked with Japanese Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi at a tea party hosted by Japan on the sidelines of the U.N.
YOSHI KAWAGUCHI is proving the perfect ambassador for Japanese football - and next summer he wants to be the ideal World Cup host.
The Kawaguchi Police Station in Kawaguchi, Saitama Prefecture, told the office that the nine students of Shiba Junior High School in the city repeatedly beat the boy during class breaks from late April to late July.
Japan's prime ministerial envoy Yoriko Kawaguchi met with new Palestine Liberation Organization chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Sunday in the West Bank town of Ramallah and vowed Japan's support for peace efforts, Foreign Ministry officials said.