Seishin

Seishin:

see ChongjinChongjin
or Chungjin
, Jap. Seishin, city (1993 pop. 582,480), NE North Korea, an ice-free port on the Sea of Japan (or East Sea). It was developed in the 1930s by the Japanese as an iron and steel center.
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, North Korea.
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The enemy, the Japanese, believed they were bestowed with a spiritual power - seishin - which would protect them from bullets and shells, which made them fearless.
32] The Japan Society of Seismic Isolation, Passhibu Seishin Kouzou Sekkei.
Then there's the Asian fusion restaurant Seishin, which serves regional dishes from Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam and India - paired with warm sake (rice wine) if that's your thing - and the appropriately named Le Champagne restaurant, which dishes up haute cuisine from ingredients bought locally and prepared daily by Relais et Chateaux chefs.
Turnbull explores Japan's seishin, sexual gods associated with certain present-day shrines and temples that lie at the interface between organized religion and folk beliefs.
MANILA -- Two FilipinoAustrian children won second place in the Austria First Kyokushin Seishin Championship.
There is also the Asian fusion restaurant, Seishin, and Le Champagne, the only wine restaurant by the acclaimed Relais & Chateaux to be found at sea.
Nihon Shinkei Seishin Yakurigaku Zasshi 2011; 31: 125-30.