Musashino

Musashino

(mo͞osä`shĭno͞o), city (1990 pop. 139,077), Tokyo Metropolis, E central Honshu, Japan, on the Sumida River. It is a suburb of Tokyo with several electrical machinery plants.

Musashino

 

a city in Japan, located on the island of Honshu in Tokyo Prefecture. Population, 137,000 (1970). A satellite city of Tokyo, Musashino is an important transportation junction. Scientific research laboratories for the electronics industry are located in the city.

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and professor of interior design at Musashino Art University.
Noted for his light and airy designs his most important works include the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013, House NA, the Musashino Art University Museum & Library and Final Wooden House.
Companies profiled in this report include Corbion, Galactic, ADM, Musashino Chemical Laboratory, Vertec BioSolvents, Somaiya Group, Yancheng Hongtai Bioengineering, Huade Biological Engineering, Yibang Industry & Commerce, Henan Kangyuan, Haijianuo Bioengineer, Jindan Lactic Acid, Pianguan Shenxia, Tianrun Lactic Acid, Esun, Weishi Perfume Factory and Baicheng Biotechnology.
Fossils from the upper Musashino of Kazusa and Shimosa.
Yoron hogen jiten [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Tokyo: Musashino shoin [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
One manuscript is preserved in the Musashino Ongaku Bunko, in Tokyo.
MU01) was deposited at the Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Musashino University (Tokyo, Japan).
This facility manages the water supply business of Musashino city in Tokyo.
A Tokyo native, Tomoko Sugimoto graduated from Musashino Art University in Japan.
TC: I quit my job at Musashino and for two years I worked solo catering gigs to get by and searched out a partner to put up the capital to open my own place.