Miyazu

Miyazu

(mēyä`zo͞o), town (1990 pop. 26,450), Kyoto prefecture, S Honshu, Japan, on Miyazu Bay. It is a fishing port and processes marine products. Nearby is Ama-no-hashidate, or "heaven's bridge," a long promontory covered with pine trees whose fantastic shapes are reflected in the waters of the bay. This was the site, according to legend, where Izanagi and Izanami stood while they created the islands of Japan (see ShintoShinto
, ancient native religion of Japan still practiced in a form modified by the influence of Buddhism and Confucianism. In its present form Shinto is characterized less by religious doctrine or belief than by the observance of popular festivals and traditional ceremonies and
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Arizono K, Nomura K, Motoyama T, Matsushita Y, Matsuoka K, Miyazu R, et al.
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Wada, speaking to reporters after taking over the presidency of from Junichiro Miyazu, said the overlapping of businesses among NTT group companies is a ''wasteful'' practice in terms of management resources.
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Both the garden and museum celebrate the century-old bond the city has with Miyazu, Japan, the hometown of a handful of pioneering Japanese farmers who, in 1904, created a colony here they called "Yamaro," an ancient name for Japan.
NTT President Junichiro Miyazu, the chairman of the meeting, eventually ordered the shareholder to leave, ending the standoff witnessed by some 2,000 shareholders of the telecom behemoth.
Jun-ichiro Miyazu, senior executive vice president, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), and the newly-appointed president of CommerceNet Japan added, "We are pleased to be affiliated with the pioneer organization for Internet electronic commerce in the world.