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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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Police served a fresh arrest warrant on a 37-year-old man Saturday on suspicion of attacking a taxi driver in January in Matsubara, Osaka Prefecture, in an attempted murder-robbery case, police officials said.
The company Daishizen and its distributor, Konan Shokuryo, a firm based in Matsubara, Osaka Prefecture, will be investigated for possible violation of product labeling laws, Kochi officials said.
Kwak left Japan after the end of World War II, but returned in May this year to receive medical treatment in Matsubara, Osaka Prefecture, his supporters said.
On Monday, a 61-year-old driver working for Kokusai Kogyo Osaka suffered severe injuries after being slashed in the neck and robbed of around 25,000 yen in Matsubara, Osaka Prefecture.
The Osaka District Court ordered a private kindergarten in Matsubara, Osaka Prefecture, on Wednesday to pay 2.
A 61-year-old taxi driver was slashed on the neck early Monday as he was robbed in his cab by a man in Matsubara, Osaka Prefecture, police said, adding that he was not seriously injured.