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Additional BIWA User Community Board members during the 2017-2018 term include: Shyam Varan Nath, President of BIWA User Community and GE Director - IoT; Dan Vlamis, Vice President of BIWA User Community and President, Vlamis Software Solutions, Inc.
86]Sr ratios in Lake Towada is only several times the uncertainty on the analysis, whereas the variations in Lake Biwa are several dozen times the uncertainty on the analysis (Fig.
Ichise and Furuta (Lake Biwa Environmental Research Institute) for their help in organizing the survey.
Yanmar's Biwa plant produces around 400,000 diesel engines per year.
But the research facility lay near Japan's largest lake, Lake Biwa, and the bluegill escaped into the wild.
Kada has said her concern about nuclear power generation stems from her association with Lake Biwa in Shiga Prefecture, a key source of water for the Kansai region centering on Osaka.
We will create a new party, in response to people saying they don't have any party to choose from at the moment," Kada told a press conference near Lake Biwa, Japan's largest, in a region with a number of ageing nuclear reactors.
In addition to the biwa there is the shakuhachi (Japanese flute) played by Daisuke Kaminaga, and taiko drums and percussion played by Masayoshi Tanaka.
Matsumoto explained he started Rock of Asia because he wanted to incorporate the use of traditional Japanese instruments in contemporary music, showing the audience his own instrument, the Biwa.
For example, the Japanese biwa and koto, the related fretted Japanese lute and zither, were often used by performers to tell stories--not entirely dissimilar from typical hummel performance.
However, the victory of Tosen Reve is as much about Deep Impact as it is his dam Biwa Heidi, the champion Japanese two-year-old filly of 1995 whose stud record boasts five stakes winners.