Uji


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Uji

(o͞o`jē), town (1990 pop. 177,010), Kyoto prefecture, S Honshu, Japan. It is a resort and is noted for its green tea and for cormorant fishing. Uji is best known for its 11th-century monastery, Byodo-in, with its beautiful pavilion, Phoenix Hall.
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He adds, "The Indians often find enormous boas, which they call Uji or water serpents, in the same lethargic state.
In relation to this result, it is good to know that the high level of technology use shown by the professors in their profiles may be explained by the fact that UJI encourages the use of technology very much.
Uji is still the centre of premium grade traditional quality.
Por los ajustes realizados en el modulo Didactico-Disciplinar, las restantes universidades reducen su oferta de optatividad, en algunos casos, a 24 o 27 creditos, por lo que para organizar menciones hay que recurrir a creditos de los otros tres modulos, Formacion Basica, Didactico-Disciplinar o Practicum, o se renuncia a organizar menciones, caso de la UJI.
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The 33-year-old from Uji, Kyoto won the 10,000m bronze medal at the 1997 World Championships in Athens and also took third place on the podium in the marathon at the 2003 World Championships in Paris.
The essays include explanations of the terroir of tea, detailed accounts of how the various types of tea are manufactured, profiles of important people in the trade, historical accounts, cultural aspects of the tea trade, and interesting places they have visited - like the 370-year-old tea shop in Uji, Japan, and the Shizuoka wholesale tea auction.
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In January, Mazda suspended nightly operations at its Uji factory and Hofu plant and has subsequently curbed domestic output to around 31,000 units, roughly one-third of what it was a year earlier.
Back in the Eto Period, Shigaraki was known for producing special tea jars used to present Uji tea to the shogun.