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Okaya

 

a city in Japan, on the island of Honshu; on Lake Suwa, in Nagano Prefecture. Population, 61,000 (1970). Okaya is a major center of the silk industry. A national preserve, Hanaoka Park, is located in Okaya.

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Ndereba's fellow Kenyans Rose Cheruiyot and former Flora London Marathon winner Margaret Okaya also compete.
Rescue workers recovered one body each in Okaya, Nagano Prefecture, and Izumo, Shimane Prefecture, Thursday morning.
Yamasaki was told by Keiko Okaya, a top executive of the Japan Nursery Association, ''Under the current economic situation, the burdens on households have become heavier.
Kiyoshi Okaya of the Tomi Maru 86, owned by Japan's Kanai Fisheries, appeared in Christchurch District Court on four charges of fishing within a 25 nautical mile Hoki breeding ground on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island last July and August, the ministry's Serious Offenses Office manager Mike Green told Kyodo News.
Shinkawa, Aichi Prefecture, Japan) has teamed up with Okaya Kohki (Nagoya, Japan) to launch a joint-venture firm for repair and retrofitting of both machine tools and production lines.
Carrying the torch: The Olympic flame passed through the towns of Yamanouchi, Nakano, Shimosuwa, Okaya, Hotaka, Akashina and Shiga, all in Nagano on Tuesday.