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Iwata

(ēwä`tä), city (1990 pop. 83,521), Shizuoka prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the estuary of the Tenryu River. It is an agricultural and industrial center.
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Patent 9,057,148 (June 16, 2015), "High-Strength Polypropylene Fiber and Method for Producing the Same," Tatsuya Kitagawa, Tadahisa Iwata, and Chizuru Hongo (Toyotajidosha Kabushika Kaisha, Aichi-ken, and the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan).
David Selakovic, creator of Mindtrap, was one of many in the gaming community who Iwata had an influence on.
Nintendo's hands-on CEO, Satoru Iwata, has passed away at the age of 55, following a long battle with cancer, the video game company announced today.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Nintendo's next dedicated game platform, codenamed NX, is not meant to be a simple "replacement" for the Wii U or 3DS, according to chief executive Satoru Iwata.
and Iwata City in Shizuoka Prefecture announced that they have reached a basic agreement to begin considering the launch of the Iwata Smart Agriculture(1) Project, an initiative intended to realize regional development based on agriculture.
That dropped the Masters champion one shot behind playing partners Clark and Rickie Fowler, as well as the final group of Graeme McDowell, Hiroshi Iwata and Martin Kaymer.
Kaymer's approach flew over the green into the water, while McDowell and Iwata missed from 18 and 12 feet respectively and Watson's birdie at the first extra hole with Clark proved enough.
However, the former US Open champion then bogeyed the 17th in a round of 71 to finish 11 under par, one ahead of Japan's Hiroshi Iwata and two ahead of Ryder Cup team-mate Martin Kaymer and Masters champion Bubba Watson.
President Satoru Iwata is releasing new titles and a lineup of figurines that interact with games to help revive the Wii U game console during the holiday shopping season as overseas sales are bolstered by the sliding yen.
Tokyo, Oct 8, 2014 - (JCN) - NTN Corporation delivered a two-seater EV ('microcompact mobility'), equipped with its proprietary 'In-wheel Motor System' to Iwata City in Shizuoka Prefecture on September 11, marking the beginning of a demonstration project.
JAPAN'S Hiroshi Iwata led from the front as he successfully qualified for the Open Championship following the final qualifying event in Thailand.