city (1990 pop. 104,218), Osaka prefecture, S Honshu, Japan, on the Ina River. It is an industrial and residential suburb of Osaka with industries that include engine manufacture, brewing, and woodworking.
MESA, ARIZ.: This January, Taiko drummers from San Jose hope to shake the roof of the Ikeda Theater, the largest of the four theatres inside the new $94.5-million Mesa Arts Center, which officially opened for business this past September.
In the drab suburban city of Ikeda, a few miles northwest of regional powerhouse Osaka, the very first instant noodle was unleashed on an unsuspecting world by the food manufacturing company Nissin in August 1958.
This was the ideal setting for some of Novart's more audacious artists, including Japanese choreographer Carlotta Ikeda. Togue, an experimental piece united Ikeda's Ariadone, her all-female, Bordeaux-based butoh company, with Spina, an industrial-techno hard-rock group whose music was composed in an enormous World War II submarine base on the outskirts of Bordeaux.
Service learning research has consistently demonstrated positive effects for student outcomes on social responsibility and civic engagement (Astin, Vogelgesang, Ikeda, & Yee, 2000; Stanton, 1991; Giles & Eyler, 1994; Roschelle, Turpin, & Elias, 2000).
The Austrian school of economics, once barely visible at the fringe of academia, has been growing in strength in recent decades, and Sanford Ikeda's book is a good example of the scholarship coming from members of this school.
Over in Taiwan, Chihiro Ikeda and Daniella Uy slug it out with the top guns from the LPGA of Taiwan (TLPGA) and a slew of Thai aces in the TLPGA and Royal Open which gets going today (Friday) at the Royal Kuan-Hsi Golf Club in Taiwan.