Isahaya

Isahaya

(ēsä`häyä), city (1990 pop. 90,683), Nagasaki prefecture, W Kyushu, Japan. An agricultural center and railway junction, Isahaya's economy is based on food-processing and tourism to the local national parks.
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Then transfer to the Limited Express Kamome to Isahaya Station which takes an hour and 44 minutes.
Isahaya Memorial Hospital in Isahaya, Nagasaki Prefecture, which is known as an institution that focuses on diabetes treatment, also introduced 'Welby My Karute' in March.
Japan Benex and Sumitomo will launch what they call their Future Plant project using rooftop solar panels, Nissan electric vehicles and their batteries to power Japan Benex's headquarters in Isahaya, Japan.
Japan Benex Corp and Sumitomo Corp will launch a 'Future Plant' project using rooftop solar panels, Nissan electric vehicles and electric-vehicle batteries to power Japan Benex's headquarters plant in Isahaya, Japan.
Specifically, all operations currently performed at the Saiwaimachi Plant - including machining, and assembly and testing of equipment installed on naval vessels - will be transferred to the Isahaya Plant in order to consolidate the manufacture of underwater equipment and naval vessel installations for the Ministry of Defense and space equipment for JAXA in the plant.
In particular, the National Isahaya Bay Reclamation Project of 1989 in the west side of the Ariake Sea (Fig.
But beyond calculation, Nakamura did not specifically refer to the Isahaya Bay reclamation project, which is a focal point driven by the central government but opposed by local farmers, instead pushing his economic policies.
Isahaya K, Yamada K, Yamatoku M, Sakurai K, Takaishi S, Kato B, et al.
They are sections between Kanazawa in Ishikawa Prefecture and Tsuruga in Fukui Prefecture on the Hokuriku Shinkansen Line, between Hakodate and Sapporo in Hokkaido on the Hokkaido Shinkansen Line, and Isahaya and Nagasaki in Nagasaki Prefecture on the Kyushu Shinkansen Line's Nagasaki branch route, for which planning dates back to 1973.