Abashiri

Abashiri

(ä'bä`shĭrē), city (1990 pop. 44,416), Hokkaido prefecture, E Hokkaido, Japan, on the Sea of Okhotsk and the Abashiri River, lying on the Abashiri plain. It is an important local port city and railroad terminus.
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At the Abashiri Marine Science Center (AMSC) on the shore of Lake Notoro, these collected gastropods were reared in a tank (0.
said Monday that it operated a diesel train on the Okhotsk express service between Sapporo and Abashiri for a time with its automatic brake effectively disabled, in the latest revelation by the firm of safety failures.
According to the lower court ruling, Suzuki received 6 million yen in bribes from Shimada Kensetsu, a construction firm in Abashiri, Hokkaido, in October 1997, while he was serving as chief of the Hokkaido Development Agency and 5 million yen from Yamarin, a timber company in Obihiro, another city in Hokkaido, in August 1998.
The other two towns, Abashiri and Ayukawa, only began 60 to 70 years ago.
3) Faculty of Bio-Industry, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Yasaka 196, Abashiri 099-2493, Hokkaido, Japan.
FoodMaster Basic is located 2 miles outside Abashiri in Hokkaido prefecture, which is on a large island to the northeast of the Japanese mainland.
The aggregated annual average temperature in 15 locations, including Abashiri in Hokkaido in the north and Ishigakijima Island in Okinawa Prefecture in the south, which the agency designated as base points in its climate change studies, was 0.
This expansion was, in part, dependent upon a technological development made in early 1959 at the Hokkaido Fisheries Research Laboratory, Abashiri, Japan.
We discuss the ideas currently being researched, such as Continental's research into 'wrong-way driving warning' systems, and Denso Corp's testing of vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems on public roads in Abashiri, Japan.
SAPPORO - Tokyo University of Agriculture launched a beer produced by students at its Okhotsk Campus in Abashiri, Hokkaido, on Wednesday as Japan's first college-produced beer.