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Hitachi

(hētä`chē), city (1990 pop. 202,141), Ibaraki prefecture, E central Honshu, Japan, on the Kashima Sea. The city, a leading producer of Japan's electrical equipment, is the largest commercial port in the prefecture. A nuclear fuel plant in Tokaimura, 15 mi (24 km) southwest of Hitachi, was the site of an accident involving an uncontrolled chain reaction in 1999. The tsunami that followed the 2011 NE Honshu earthquake damaged Hitachi's port, but other parts of the city were largely unscathed.

Hitachi

 

a city in Japan, in the eastern part of Honshu, in Iba- raki Prefecture. Population, 203,400 (1974). Hitachi is the center of a copper-mining region that provides more than 40 percent of Japan’s total copper ore. Sulfuric acid plants and the Hitachi Copper-Smelting Plant are located in the city. Other industry includes machine building and the manufacture of machine tools and electrical equipment.

Hitachi

a city in Japan, in E Honshu: a centre of the electronics industry. Pop.: 193 080 (2002 est.)
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