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Imabari

(ēmä`bärē), city (1990 pop. 123,114), Ehime prefecture, N Shikoku, Japan, on the Hiuchi Sea. It is a commercial and fishing port and a manufacturing center with industries producing cotton textiles and food products.

Imabari

 

a city and port in Japan on the island of Shikoku, on the shores of the Gulf of Bingo, Ehime prefecture. Population, 111,000 (1970). Imabari is one of the centers for the textile industry (primarily the production of cotton thread and cloth, including flannel). A large flour combine is located there.

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