HAKATA


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HAKATAHansemann, Klennemann, Tiedemann (Polish nickname for Deutscher Ostmarken-Verein; after its founders)
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Hakata proved to be the most popular port, in the recording period, with just less than 100 ships docking there, with Nagasaki clocking up 70 dockings and Ishigaki, one of Okinawa's summer islands coming in at 69, said the transport ministry.
Hakata Shipbuilding has earned high evaluations in the 1,000 TEU class feeder container ship market for the excellent performance and quality of its offerings.
La primera quincena de julio se celebra el Hakata Gion Yamakasa, uno de los festivales budistas mas antiguos de Japon y al que pueden llegar a asistir hasta un millon de personas.
In this compact, yet informative, volume, the author attempts to "shed new light on premodern Japanese foreign relations," and "show why Hakata and its history are relevant, not just to our understanding of Japanese society, but also to the broader theme of globalization" (8, xiii).
Hakata is a bay in western Japan that served as that country's front for many hundreds of years, explains Batten (Japanese history and international studies, Obirin U.
A ceremony to display the 770-ton Aso was held at a terminal in Hakata port.
Figure 1 indicates the distribution of the sites where liquefaction occurred in the Hakata Bay area.
Fukuoka officials, therefore, hope to turn Hakata into a port on the same scale as Yokohama and Kobe.
In his peaceful, amply lit workshop on the northern outskirts of Fukuoka City, Japan, Muroi is carrying on the respected art of Hakata doll making, the nation's best-known craft tradition.
Konoha is their fifth collaboration; others include the world-renowned mixed-use Canal City Hakata in Fukuoka, Marinoa City Pier Walk in Fukuoka, Park Place in Oita, and RiverWalk in Kitakyushu, an American Institute of Architecture Merit Award winner.
Fukuoka is known as a gastronomic city or the kitchen of Hakata.
The Series 500 sets were displaced from front-line service by the arrival of Series N700 and N700A trainsets having active suspensions allowing for 285km/h running on the Tokaido Shinkansen, and have now been shortened from 16 to eight coaches for use on Kodama stopping trains between Shin-Osaka and Hakata.