Kawanishi


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Kawanishi

(käwä`nēshē), city (1990 pop. 141,253), Hyogo prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the Ina River. It is an agricultural and commercial center that produces leather, dyed cloth, hats, and garden plants.
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Despite all the talk and theatrics, the center stage belonged to the medals by Japanese designer Junichi Kawanishi.
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"You will be able to check how remote family members are doing or what children are doing when they get home," project chief Izumi Kawanishi told reporters at the Sony headquarters in Tokyo.
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Izumi Kawanishi, Director, EVP, Sony Mobile Communications Inc., said: "Sony has been part of the 5G NR and NSA standardization and recognizes the progress in 3GPP to reach this important milestone with features targeting evolved mobile broadband and ultra low latency communications.
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