Imari


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Imari

(ēmä`rē), city (1990 pop. 60,882), Saga prefecture, NW Kyushu, Japan, on Imari Bay. It is a fishing and commercial port that produces such products as porcelain, lumber, and marine products.
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Asides from Sasebo, Namura has a number of subsidiaries at which it carries out its business in addition to at its main yard at Imari. Most of these companies are based in Japan, though there is for instance a ship repair and conversion, steel structure engineering business in Thailand.
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