Takayama


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Takayama

(täkä`yämə), city (1990 pop. 65,243), Gifu prefecture, W central Honshu, Japan, on the Jinzu River. A former castle town from the Edo era, it is now an agricultural market and handicrafts center.
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In terms of total size, there are about 250 hectares that grow up this fruit," said Yujiro Takayama, another runner.
Views of the Japanese Alps featured strongly the next day as we journeyed through green-enshrouded valleys and towering tree-covered mountains to Takayama, 1500 feet above sea level.
Detective Conan franchise regulars Minami Takayama, Wakana Yamazaki and Rikiya Koyama return as Conan Edogawa, Ran Mouri, and Kogoro Mouri respectively.
Detective Conan franchiseregularsMinami Takayama,Wakana Yamazaki, andRikiya Koyamareturn as Conan Edogawa, Ran Mouri, and Kogoro Mouri.Kappei Yamaguchireprises his role as KaitEi Kid.
Rosie Jaffurs of Hawaii took home the award for Women's Invitational, while California native Kaimana Takayama emerged victorious in the Men's Invitational.
We want to make sure that every board member is on the same page when we practice and promote responsible tourism, and how we recognize the importance of indigenous peoples in terms of ecotourism, said AEN Chairman Masaru Takayama.
The priestess and the flying plum tree: Shinto priestess Hiroko Takayama reads in front of Daizafu Tenmangu shrine in Fukuoka, next to a plum tree fabled to have flown there from Kyoto.
"The martyrs of this persecution include Blessed Justo Takayama Ukon and San Lorenzo Ruiz," he added.
Wataru Takayama, the corresponding author, says: "Recent studies suggest that blood type O could be a potential risk factor for hemorrhage.
Goldman Sachs analysts Daiki Takayama and Jie Dai also said in their note that, "We think it is unlikely that all 2019 iPhone models will switch to OLED screens and we believe share prices have overreacted."
THE Department of Tourism (DOT) is projecting more Japanese tourists to the Philippines, many of them making pilgrimages to Lord Takayama Ukon, or Dom Justo Takayama.