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Maebashi

(mäā`bäshē), city (1990 pop. 286,261), capital of Gumma prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the Tone River. Now a silk textile center, it was formerly the castle town of the Matsudaira clan.

Maebashi

 

a city in Japan in central Honshu; the capital of Gumma Prefecture. Population, 233,700 (1970). Maebashi is a transportation junction. It is one of the centers of a large silk-worm-breeding region and of the silk industry. The city has plants manufacturing transportation and agricultural machinery.

Maebashi

a city in central Japan, on central Honshu: centre of sericulture and silk-spinning; university (1949). Pop.: 283 005 (2002 est.)
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