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Odawara

 

a city in Japan in Kanagawa Prefecture, in the southeastern part of the island of Honshu. Population, 157,000 (1970).

Odawara is a railroad junction and the center of a chemical industry that produces explosives and celluloid products. It has metallurgical and machine-building industries, including motor-vehicle assembly. The city is a center for the production of movie and photographic equipment. It has a house-building combine and enterprises engaged in light industry. Large greenhouses are located in Odawara.

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However, Ceres Negros did not stop from there as the club dropped eight more goals in the second half beginning with Tadashi Odawara's 51st minute attack.
Stephan Schrock, Japanese Takashi Odawara and James Younghusband also found the back of the net to complete the season's most lopsided match.
Other authorities with multiple locations are Kanagawa prefecture-Katase Higashihama Beach and Odawara Castle Park-and Yokohama-New Yokohama City Hall and Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium.
Prior to joining Grand Nile Tower, Boettger held several positions at Hilton Hotels around the world, serving as the general manager for Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa in Japan and Hilton on the Park in Melbourne/Australia.
Prior to his new role, Boettger held several positions at Hilton Hotels around the world, serving as the GM for Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa in Japan, Hilton on the Park in Melbourne/Australia.
Shinkansen bullet train services between Tokyo and Odawara stations were temporarily suspended, but resumed later.
Tokyo Xtreme Walk 100 is a walking event where participants walk through the night, little by little, as they challenge the limits of their physical and mental stamina to finish walking the distance of 100km from Odawara City in Kanagawa Prefecture to Tsukiji in Tokyo's Chuo-ku within the time limit of 26 hours.
The specimens examined here were deposited in the fish collections of Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan (FAKU); Kochi University, Kochi, Japan (BSKU); National Museum of Nature and Science, Tsukuba, Japan (NSMT-P); Pukyong National University, Busan, Korea (PKU); Hokkaido University Museum, Hakodate, Japan (HUMZ); Noto Marin Center, Ishikawa, Japan (NMCI-P); Kagoshima University Museum, Kagoshima, Japan (KAUM-I); Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of National History, Odawara, Japan (KPM-NI); and Osaka Museum of National History, Osaka, Japan (OMNH-P).
Its unnamed narrator is a 36-year-old portrait painter escaping the wreck of his marriage, in flight from his own emotions and contemplating a lonesome samurai-style existence in the mountains outside Odawara in central Japan.
As his six-year-long marriage is dissolving, the thirty-six-year-old unnamed narrator finds himself perched atop a remote mountain in Odawara, Japan.
The seriously-wounded man lost his consciousness and was sent to a hospital when the train stopped at Odawara station in Kanagawa Prefecture, local reporters claimed.
(1.) Sakai H, Fukuda G, Suzuki N, Watanabe C, Odawara M.