hakata


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hakata

Bones, dice, seeds or shells which, in religions such as vodoun, are used by a witch doctor for divination.
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We will aim even higher from here," said Ejima at the ceremony, adding that Japan's southwestern main island of Kyushu, where the popular Hakata port is, will continue to serve as a predominate "maritime gateway" to Japan, with the region being a notable hub henceforth for ramping up the numbers of sea-fearing visitors coming to Japan.
Through PH4, Calabarzon-based companies can ship directly from Hong Kong, Yantian, Hakata and Osaka into Batangas at significantly faster transit times of 2, 3, 7 and 9 days respectively as compared to the former transit of 15, 16, 19 and 22 days.
Ltd, Hakata IPPUDO has expanded its market to seven countries.
The first order for the new carrier was achieved as a result of technological collaboration between MHI and Hakata Shipbuilding, with cooperation provided by Mitsui & Co.
Gateway to Japan: Hakata in War and Peace, 500-1300.
Gateway to Japan; Hakata in war and peace, 500-1300.
Japan's first patrol boat designed to seize unidentified vessels was unveiled to the public Monday at Hakata port in Fukuoka Prefecture.
26-27 and at Robosquare in Fukuoka's Hakata Ward on March 5-6.
During the earthquake, liquefaction took place mainly in the reclaimed lands of the Hakata Bay area and caused structural damage.
THE CITY of Fukuoka plans to turn the Hakata port into an Asian hub and publicise the project when top financial officials from the Group of Seven
With consummate skill, Fukuoka City master artist Muroi transforms common clay into remarkably lifelike Hakata dolls, Japan's most famous folk craft.