Abiko

Abiko

(ä'bē`kō), city (1990 pop. 120,629), Chiba prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is an important railway junction, a resort town, and a residential suburb NE of Tokyo.
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Two men were stabbed to death late Friday on a farm road in Abiko, Chiba Prefecture, by a pair of male attackers with an object like a cutting knife, police said.
24, 2002, and Kimie Oshima, 65, wife of a discount-ticket shop owner in Abiko, Chiba Prefecture, on Nov.
The site is some 15 miles south of Abiko, headquarters of Hitachi Seiki; Mori has said it intends to hire roughly half of Hitachi Seiki's 830 workers.
Meanwhile, Jun Abiko, 37, who sustained a minor injury, said, ''The accident site is famous for strong winds and none of the local residents are blaming JR for the accident.
Virtually all of Mori Seiki is located in Nara Prefecture, south of Osaka; Hitachi Seiki is headquartered in Abiko, close to Tokyo.
Abiko in Chiba Prefecture recorded 61 millimeters of rain in an hour, while Tokyo's Setagaya Ward had 57 mm.
Listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Hitachi Seiki based in Abiko, Chiba Prefecture, posted a parent-only net loss of 4.
Abiko, Korea Plastic Industry Cooperative Report: Mater.
Kazuo Abiko of the Associated Press has trounced Anthony Rowley of the Singapore Business Times to become president of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan (FCCJ), official election results showed Friday.
He spent his professional career as the cartoonist Fujiko Fujio and had a partnership with his classmate Motoo Abiko, known now as Fujiko Fujio A, which they dissolved in the late 1980s.
The film's animation director, Eiji Abiko, has contributed to numerous popular anime with diverse styles and genres.