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Asahikawa

(äsähē`käwä), city (1990 pop. 359,071), W central Hokkaido, Japan, on the Ishikari River. Asahikawa is the commercial, industrial, and rail center of a great agricultural region. Brewing, wood products, and cotton yarn are among the city's chief industries. The Asahikawa Snow Festival is a popular annual event.
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Prisons have the image of being isolated places that have no contact with the rest of society and are surrounded by imposing grey walls," said a public relations official at Asahikawa.
The BOJ "continues to closely monitor market developments within a flexible operational framework and through discussions with market participants, and it expects that both short- and long-term interest rates will move largely on a stable path," Policy Board member Sayuri Shirai said in her speech in Asahikawa, Hokkaido.
It is Japan that will be placed in a dangerous situation if North Korea launches a rocket," Abe said in a street speech in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, referring to the remark by Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura.
TransAsia started flying to new Japanese destinations including Osaka, Hakodate, Okinawa, Sapporo, Asahikawa, and Kushiro from June 2012 to boast the most destinations to Hokkaido among local airlines.
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Under the expanded arrangement Cathay Pacific's CX code will be placed on selected Japan Airlines domestic services between Haneda and Asahikawa, Aomori, Hiroshima, Hakodate, Kochi, Kumamoto, Komatsu, Kagoshima, Kushiro and Obihiro and between Narita Airport and Sapporo and Osaka and Okinawa and Sapporpo.
Six laboratories expressed a desire to participate in the study: the central laboratories of Prince of Wales Hospital (Shatin, Hong Kong), Yonsei University Hospital (Seoul, South Korea), Yamaguchi University Hospital (Ube, Yamaguchi, Japan), Asahikawa Medical College Hospital (Asahikawa, Japan), Yuan Ching Clinical Laboratory (Taipei, Taiwan), and Prodia Clinical Laboratory (Jakarta, Indonesia).
ASAHIKAWA, Japan - Four veteran climbers were confirmed dead Saturday after they were hit by an avalanche the previous day on a Hokkaido mountain, police said.
The expected move by the agency follows a revelation earlier this month that paper mills operated by Nippon Paper Industries in Kushiro and Asahikawa, both in Hokkaido, falsified data on smoke from their boilers to make it appear that nitrogen oxide emissions met pollution control standards.
Taiji Nagaoka of Asahikawa (Japan) Medical College and associates.
Tokyo, Japan, May 11, 2006 - (JCN) - JSAT announced on May 9 that it will begin an experiment with a telemedicine service in collaboration with Asahikawa Medical College.