Morioka


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Mo·ri·o·ka

 (môr′ē-ō′kə)
A city of northern Honshu, Japan, south-southeast of Aomori. It is a commercial and cultural center.
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Thursday's trial run between Sendai and Morioka, two cities in northern Japan, was the first open to the media since tests started last week.
looks every 3,776 metres passing train It's 1,000 miles and three trains but will only take a shade over eight hours to reach the town of Morioka at the northern tip of Honshu.
looks every metres train It's 1,000 miles and three trains but will only take a shade over eight hours to reach the town of Morioka at the northern tip of Honshu.
He stayed at & AND Hostel, Fukuoka, dorm beds start from PS23 a night, and the R&B Hotel, Morioka, from PS25.
It's 1,000 miles and three trains, but will only take a shade over eight hours to reach the town of Morioka, at the northern tip of Honshu.
After a rapid overnight pit in Morioka, I board an early train for Hokkaido, passing the impressive 2,000m Mount Iwate just north of Morioka, and then crossing under the Tsugaru Strait reach Hokkaido via the 33-mile Seikan Tunnel.
regula stb b tr pas impr Moun After a rapid overnight pit stop in Morioka, I board an early train for Hokkaido, passing the impressive 2,000m Mount Iwate just north of Morioka, and then crossing under the Tsugaru Strait to reach Hokkaido via the 33-mile Seikan Tunnel.
The car theft victim, Maria Kristina Morioka, rented out her Hyundai Accent on April 8 to Regie Camille Cometa, who failed to return it after a month.
Cascolan cited the case of a carnap victim identified as Maria Kristina Morioka, who reported her stolen car through Cascolan's Facebook account "Picoy Cascolan" last week.
FSD Holdings economist, Royta Morioka, said that "Hong Kong's economy to show further moderate expansion in the near term after having benefited from the latest global economic upswing.
Things have changed," said Koji Morioka, professor emeritus at Kansai University.
As part of Toyota's award-winning Kokoro Hakobu Project, all proceeds from ticket sales for the Morioka and Sendai performances will again be donated toward the education of orphaned children in the Tohoku region, which was affected particularly badly by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake.