Miyakonojo

Miyakonojo

(mē'yäkənō`jō), city (1990 pop. 130,153), Miyazaki prefecture, S Kyushu, Japan. It is an important railway junction and commercial center with textile, dairy product, agricultural, and lumber industries. It was a castle town of the Shimazu family in the 11th cent.

Miyakonojo

 

a city in Japan on southern Kyushu, Miyazaki Prefecture. Population, 114,800 (1970). The city is a railroad junction; there is an airport. The city has textile (primarily silk-spinning), woodworking, ceramics, and electro-chemical plants and an aircraft factory.

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According to the Philippine News Agency, the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental partnered with Miyakonojo Higashi High School to provide ten scholarships to 'poor but motivated and deserving Negrense youth.
When I first met him in 2009, reporter Yamamoto Akira of Sekai Nippo told me that he also felt extremely threatened by the 2003 gender-equality ordinance in the city of Miyakonojo in the Miyazaki Prefecture.
At the Tachibana Astronomical Observatory in Miyakonojo, Miyazaki Prefecture, the morning star was veiled in the back of a crescent moon in the eastern sky just past 2:40 a.
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Elsewhere in Japan, evacuation advisories were issued on Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture, as well as in Miyakonojo, Miyazaki Prefecture, due to concerns about possible flooding and landslides, affecting over 11,000 people in total.
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The prime minister's trip to the prefecture followed new confirmation of livestock infected with the disease in the cities of Miyakonojo, Hyuga and Miyazaki since Wednesday.
I will work with an iron will until the day all the abduction victims can be reunited with their parents,'' Abe said in a street speech in Miyakonojo, Miyazaki Prefecture.
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