Abashiri

Abashiri

(ä'bä`shĭrē), city (1990 pop. 44,416), Hokkaido prefecture, E Hokkaido, Japan, on the Sea of Okhotsk and the Abashiri River, lying on the Abashiri plain. It is an important local port city and railroad terminus.
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Another destination from Memambetsu is Lake Abashiri, whose frozen waters have become a favourite local destination for ice fishing or smelt fishing.
Another destination from Memambetsu is Lake Abashiri, whose frozen waters have become a favorite local destination for ice fishing or smelt fishing.
Hanging out on Lake Abashiri, waiting for a fresh catch JAL flew us in via Haneda, and we took a domestic flight to Memanbetsu to our first stop, Lake Abashiri in Hokkaido.
At the Japan Pavilion, Saitama prefecture will spotlight the well-known "Moomin", Abashiri city will feature its local mascots while Tottori, the hometown of many famous manga artists, will bring two characters from classic manga series -- Aoyama Gangchang's "Detective Conan" and Shigeru Mizuki's "GeGeGe no Kitaro" -- to the fair to offer photo opportunities to visitors.
Arai, "The third case of fulminant hepatitis associated with "Kitami/ Abashiri strain" of hepatitis E virus genotype 4," Kanzo, vol.
If you are a craft beer enthusiast, the Abashiri Beer Brewery offers some of the best.
No Japao, a pesquisa encontrou um importante presidio desativado e que se tornou ponto de visitacao: o Abashiri Prison Museum, em Hokkaido.
At the Abashiri Marine Science Center (AMSC) on the shore of Lake Notoro, these collected gastropods were reared in a tank (0.51) that was supplied with air and ambient water of the lagoon at a constant rate (10 L/min) for about 1 mo without food supply.
said Monday that it operated a diesel train on the Okhotsk express service between Sapporo and Abashiri for a time with its automatic brake effectively disabled, in the latest revelation by the firm of safety failures.
According to the lower court ruling, Suzuki received 6 million yen in bribes from Shimada Kensetsu, a construction firm in Abashiri, Hokkaido, in October 1997, while he was serving as chief of the Hokkaido Development Agency and 5 million yen from Yamarin, a timber company in Obihiro, another city in Hokkaido, in August 1998.