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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As globalisation continues, companies are expanding local production, and emerging economies are becoming ever more competitive," Morioka said.
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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.
Today s announcement was made at a Target event during Montreal Fashion Week in the presence of John Morioka, senior vice president, Merchandising, Target Canada, Pierre Bovet, chairman of the Foundation s board, and Jean-FranE*ois Daviau and Chantal Durivage, co-presidents of Groupe Sensation Mode.
With: Fumi Nikaido, Kanoko Kawaguchi, Rinko Kikuchi, Mikan Ai Makino, Ryu Morioka, Mako Satoh, Atsushi Yoshioka, Tsubasa Fukusawa.
John Morioka has been named senior vice president of merchandising for Target Canada.
1 magnitude earthquake hit near Morioka, Japan, at 11:02 a.
Tohoku Shinkansen service suspended between Tokyo and Morioka
The Japan Cup Dirt winner finished three lengths behind Oro Meister in the Grade 1 Nambu Hai at Morioka on the National Association of Racing dirt circuit.
Tohoku Bank is a regional bank headquartered in Morioka city, Iwate prefecture.
The harbor modernization program, for example, is aimed at preventing bottlenecks for goods coming into the state, said state Transportation Director Brennon Morioka.
Takashi Kato, an official of Morioka, a city close to the epicentre, said: "I woke up with a big shock.