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Hachioji

 

a city in Japan, on the island of Honshu, in Tokyo Prefecture. Population, 302,000 (1974). Hachioji is a suburb of Tokyo where many of its inhabitants work. It is a center of the textile industry; of particular importance are the spinning and weaving of silk. The city also manufactures electrical machinery, wood products, and chemical products.

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TACHIKAWA, Japan - The Tokyo District Court's Hachioji branch sentenced a former gang member to three and a half years in prison Monday for instructing conspirators to attack the son of a writer specializing in nonfiction on yakuza activities.
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They call me on my keitai, I get picked up by a driver and delivered to the client's house," says 26-year-old Jun, who works in the Hachioji area.
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