katsura


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katsura

(ˈkɑːtsərə)
n
(Botany) either of two trees of the genus Cercidiphyllum native to China and Japan
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Abe, who took office in December 2012, is expected to become Japan's longest-serving prime minister in November, surpassing Taro Katsura, who served as premier three times in the early 20th century.
Rakugo masters Katsura Kaishi, Hayashiya Emimaru, Katsura Asakichi, Katsura Fukuryu (a Canadian citizen) and traditional foot juggler Akatsuki Anko narrated Rakugo stories that were simple and universal that they didn't have to be explained to be enjoyed.
To be delivered in English, the show entitled "Yose Rakugo" will feature performances by Rakugo masters Katsura Kaishi, Katsura Asakichi, Katsura Fukuryu, Hayashiya Emimaru and traditional juggler Akatsuki Anko.
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Abe, who became premier in December 2012, is on course to surpass the record of Taro Katsura as the longest-serving prime minister during his new term through September 2021, including his stint as premier between 2006 and 2007.
A bridge across the Katsura River in Arashiyama, another famous tourist attraction in the city, was also closed for the same reason.
In Italy and Japan, which comprise most of the regions with a relatively moderate climate, cost reduction through the introduction of a spiral type GHEX using shallow layers up to 20 m (65.6 ft) in depth is being studied (Zerrella and De Carli 2013; Katsura et al.
I have pictures of the Leasowe Castle, the Japanese destroyer Katsura and a copy of a painting of U51.
The Midlands holds a fine selection of world-class themed residences-two of its best-kept secrets being Katsura and Vireya.
The culinary program is headed by Corporate Executive Chef Howard Ko and Chef de Cuisine Shingo Katsura. Chef Ko has been working in Michelin-starred restaurants since the age of 20 with stints at - Restaurant Daniel, NYC; Melisse, Los Angles; French Laundry, Napa Valley; and most recently Restaurant at Meadowood, St.
We cast off, sailing past waving Japanese boatmen punting longboats through the clear water of the Katsura River, and leave the hubbub of Kyoto behind as we sail past the verdant green slopes of the surrounding mountainsides.
Mitsuki Katsura is a Japanese woman in her mid-fifties.