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Kawabata

Yasunari . 1899--1972, Japanese novelist, author of Yukiguni (Snow Country, 1948) and Yama no oto (The Sound of the Mountain, 1954): Nobel prize for literature 1968
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Another driver who will be taking part is Japanese-born Masato Kawabata, who has 20 years of drifting under his belt and is considered a legend within the sport of drifting.
Saparbek Tuykbayev and Kawabata Itiro also discussed the possibility o opening an office of Japanese organization for the development of foreign trade (JETRO) in Kazakhstan.
The surprise of apprehending beauty and the sadness of its passing away are the twin themes Yasunari Kawabata returns to time and again.
Ai Takano, Maki Muto, Akiko Sakata, Yumiko Ogasawara, Shuji Ando, Nozomu Hanaoka, Miyako Tsurumi, Fumio Sato, Noboru Nakamura, Hiromi Fujita, Haruo Watanabe, and Hiroki Kawabata
Keene's friendships with such varied and distinguished writers as Mishima, Kawabata, Oe, and Abe led to many translations and publication, and Keene became this nation's leading historian of Japanese literature and a pioneer in broadening its readership here.
Ozawa offers up the Darfur plan as a counterargument to an earlier article in the same magazine by Kiyotaka Kawabata, a U.N.
Surprise performances in fencing and the pool hall put the gilt on a day of largely silver linings for Japan at the 15th Asian Games on Saturday, with Yuki Ota taking the men's foil title and Satoshi Kawabata later pocketing gold in the men's eight-ball singles.
6,964,814; Sadao Fujii, Toshihiko Hikida, Shigeru Tanaka, Hirosuke Kawabata and Hiroshi Awaji, assignors to Kaneka Corporation, Osaka, Japan.
At Jingu Stadium, Alex Ramirez and Katsuyuki Dobashi homered and Ryu Kawabata combined with four relievers on a four-hit shutout as Yakult won its fourth in a row while handing Nippon Ham its fourth straight loss.