Fujiyoshida

Fujiyoshida

(fo͞ojē`yōshēdä), city (1990 pop. 54,804), Yamanashi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the Katsura River. It is an important communications center for the Mt. Fuji region. The city has a large textile industry.
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central Japanese city of Fujiyoshida, Kyodo news agency reported.
"I think people who commit suicide must have tremendous suffering," said Susumu Maejima, deputy chief of the Fujiyoshida Police Department, whose officers are called when bodies are discovered in the forest.
|The steepest is Takabisha in Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan with a 121-degree drop.
[36] Biodiversity Center of Japan, The Monitoring-Site 1000 alpine zone survey in 2014, Ministry of Environment, Fujiyoshida, Japan, 2015.
The photo below was shot from a different angle at the Yamanishi Prefecture's Fujiyoshida City.
(1) Division of Human Environmental Science, Mount Fuji Research Institute, Kamiyoshida 5597-1, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi 4030005, Japan
According to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center, traffic jams were already seen in the morning near the Kobotoke Tunnel near Tokyo on the Chuo Expressway connecting Tokyo and Fujiyoshida in Yamanashi prefecture, as well as Nishinomiya in Hyogo Prefecture and Nagano in Nagano Prefecture.
Between the YMCA and Acacia Park, there is a median, on which stands a small marker in honor of our sister city, Fujiyoshida, Japan.
KOFU, Japan - A 15-month-old girl sustained only minor injuries Monday when a train passed over her at a railway crossing in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi Prefecture, as she fell into the gap between the rails, police said.
An official in charge at the Fujiyoshida municipal government in Yamanashi Prefecture said, ''We won't share the burden because we went through the proper procedures.''
Ito-Yokado, which is under the umbrella of Seven & I Holdings Co., said it will shut down the Sengendai store in Koshigaya, Saitama Prefecture, the Kamagaya and Kimitsu stores both in Chiba Prefecture, and the Fujiyoshida outlet in Yamanashi Prefecture by the end of next February.