Matsubara

Matsubara

(mätso͞o`bärä), city (1990 pop. 135,919), Osaka prefecture, SW Honshu, Japan. It is an industrial and residential suburb of Osaka known for the production of cultured and artificial pearls.
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The Japanese team of Daisuke Matsubara, Naoyuki Kataoka, Takumi Kanaya and Toshiki Ishitoku received the trophy from Shaikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, the UAE's Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development during the Nomura Cup prizegiving.
Miyano S, Izumi S, Takeda Y, Tokuhara M, Mochizuki M, Matsubara O, Kuwata H, Kobayashi N, Kudo K.
Hawaiian Airlines and Executive Chef Chai Chaowasaree said they are launching a new inflight culinary program featuring specially-designed menu creations from five of Hawai'i's burgeoning top chefs including: Jon Matsubara of Japengo; Lee Anne Wong of Koko Head Cafe; Wade Ueoka of MW Restaurant; Andrew Le of The Pig & The Lady; and Sheldon Simeon of Mala Wailea and MiGRANT.
The Nomination and Compensation Committee proposes that Iiris Herlin and Kazunori Matsubara are elected as new Board members for KONE Corporation.
Other members of the delegation included Kunihiko Sakaki, Hideki Matsubara and Mr.
Japan's first female vice minister was Nobuko Matsubara who was appointed vice labor minister in 1997.
by Tojiro Aoyama, Hideki Aoyama, Atsushi Matsubara, Hayato Yoshioka and Libo Zhou.
On August 15, the anniversary of Japan s surrender in World War II, two ministers -- Hata and Jin Matsubara, the minister in charge of the issue of Japanese kidnapped by North Korea -- visited Yasukuni.
During his visit to Tokyo, Djoko and Jin Matsubara, chief of the National Public Safety Commission, agreed that the police and security authorities of the two Asian countries will exchange information to prevent terrorist attacks.
Qin was commenting after National Public Safety Commission Chairman Jin Matsubara and Transport Minister Yuichiro Hata visited Yasukuni Shrine on the 67th anniversary of Japan's World War II surrender.
Yumiko Matsubara, lecturer at the Keio University school, and others identified for the first time three varieties of genes necessary for production of platelet, which aids in blood coagulation.
This is another serious systems failure," Hiroshi Matsubara, a Tokyo-based marketing director at global trading technology company Fidessa, told the Financial Times.