The worst mining disaster in Japan happened on November 9, 1963, when an explosion at Omuta
On November 9, 1963, an explosion at a mine in Omuta
, Japan killed 447 - some 50 years after the Senghenydd disaster of October 14, 1913, killed 438.
FUKUOKA - The Fukuoka High Court on Tuesday upheld a lower court decision sentencing to death a 48-year-old woman and her second son over the murders of four people in 2004 in Omuta
, Fukuoka Prefecture, in conspiracy with her husband and elder son, rejecting their appeals.
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This shift is clearly reflected in his 1891 picture "By the Mill-Pond" (U omuta
The Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) and the Industrial Bank of Japan (IBJ) plan to invest 4.2 billion yen in a project of Omuta
Recycle Power Co., a plant in Fukuoka Prefecture that will create electricity using recycled household waste, bank officials said Thursday.
The freighter, laden with some 7,000 tons of aluminum ingots, was due to arrive at the port of Miike in Omuta
, Fukuoka Prefecture, on Oct.
, Hiroshima, Osaka, Kyoto, and Tokyo also receive detailed treatment in the book.
Ando, 45, is an assistant at the neurology department of Kumamoto University's school of medicine which sent the Japanese man, then 27 and a resident of Omuta
, Fukuoka Prefecture in southwestern Japan, to Huddinge Hospital on the outskirts of Stockholm to receive a liver transplant.
Principal battles: Hyuga (1356); Chikugogawa (Chikugo River, Kyushu) (1359); Korasan (near Omuta