Kakogawa

Kakogawa

(käkō`gäwä), city (1990 pop. 239,803), Hyogo prefecture, S Honshu, Japan, on the Kako River. It is an industrial center where woolen and rubber goods are produced, in addition to machinery and chemicals.

Kakogawa

 

a city in Japan in the southwest part of the islandof Honshu, prefecture of Hyogo. Population, 127, 000 (1970).Machine building (including a transportation-machine buildingplant), metallurgy, textiles (wool fabrics), and food flavoring arethe major industries.

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