Shibata

Shibata

(shĭbä`tä), city (1990 pop. 78,170), Niigata prefecture, W central Honshu, Japan, on the Kaji River. It is a distribution point for rice and a center for iron, steel, and chemical industries.
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Yuki Rose Shibata, 24, and Gillian Villahermosa, 25, were caught on Sunday by Caloocan policemen with P18,500 worth of ecstasy and P8,000 worth of 'shabu' (crystal meth), according to Senior Insp.
Authorities from the Caloocan police Drug Enforcement Unit arrested Yuki Rose Shibata, 24, jobless and Gillian Claude Villahermosa, 25, jobless.
Acting on a tip-off, Saidul Islam, a senior customs official, told journalists that they detained the Japanese national identified as Kengo Shibata with the gold bars worth about 55 million taka (about 662,650 U.
Whether you've been in the air for one hour or fifteen hours, the second you lock eyes with your loved one, you know you're home," says Andy Shibata, Managing Director, Brand at Air Canada.
SECOND LIEUTENANT SHINYA SHIBATA SAW the coastline of Kyushu, Japan's southernmost island, recede and gradually disappear behind him on April 8, 1945.
There are moments when Shibata San feels wistful as he makes his way through the bustling Tsukiji market.
Internationally renowned ceramics artist Ryozo Shibata was a member of the Ceramics Faculty at Kyoto Seika during this visit.
Patent 8,653,150 (February 18, 2014), "Method for Decomposing Thermoset Resin and Recovering Decomposition Product," Takumi Izumitani, Takaharu Nakagawa, Masaru Hidaka, Keishi Shibata, and Junko Matsui (Panasonic Corporation, Osaka, Japan, and International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer, Mie, Japan).
California-based Hardy Diagnostics, which manufactures medical devices for microbiological procedures, was established in 1980 by Jay Hardy and Rob Shibata.
He ran against Tamio Shibata, a 48-year-old former part-time lecturer at Aichi University of Education who was backed by the Japanese Communist Party, and Tadamasa Fujisawa, a 43-year-old former city assembly member who was supported by the Aichi prefectural chapters of the Liberal Democratic Party and the Democratic Party of Japan.
In July, Nomura's two top officials, Chief Executive Officer Kenichi Watanabe and Chief Operating Officer Takumi Shibata, resigned after regulators uncovered evidence that workers had leaked information on sales of shares that the company managed.