Niiza

Niiza

(nē`zä), city (1990 pop. 138,919), Saitama prefecture, E central Honshu, Japan, on the Yonase River. It is a suburb of Tokyo.
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'Both these judokas will undergo rigorous training, next month at Saitama Prefecture campus of Japan's Niiza University,' Masood Ahmed, vice president of PJF told reporter on Tuesday.
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''While carrying out a full review of the existing structure and armaments of the SDF and making it more efficient, we will also make sure it can steadily deal with new threats such as terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction,'' Koizumi told a ceremony held at the Ground Self-Defense Force's Asaka training site in Niiza, Saitama Prefecture.
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Four cities in Saitama Prefecture -- Asaka, Shiki, Wako and Niiza -- are aiming to merge in 2005, local officials said Friday.