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Yubari

 

a city in Japan, on Hokkaido Island. Population, 70,000. Yubari is the center of the Ishikari Coalfield. It has a machine-building industry that manufactures primarily mining equipment and a chemical industry that processes coal.

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Yubari City, one of Hokkaido's important industrial towns, once had a population of 120,000 people.
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WAGYU BEEF PS4,500 YUBARI MELON YUBARI MELON PS2,500 ALMAS CAVIAR ALMAS CAVIAR PS5,000 CHAMPAGNE PS37,000 PISTACHIOS PS5,000 DIVA VODKA PS2,000
The Ishikari coal field, which once boasted the biggest coal production capacity in Japan, stretches across Bibai, Yubari and several other towns and cities in central Hokkaido.
In Yubari, a financially collapsed city in Hokkaido, Naomichi Suzuki, a former Tokyo metropolitan government official, defeated three other newcomers to become the youngest city mayor in Japan at age 30.
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Experts will examine the plight of Yubari, a city at the centre of what was once one of Japan's most important coal-producing areas.
The symposium will hope to learn from the problems of the city of Yubari in Hokkaido, once one of the country's most important coal producing areas.