Towada

Towada

 

a lake in Japan, on northern Honshu. The lake is located in the Ou Range at an elevation of 327 m in the caldera of an extinct volcano. It covers an area of 59 sq km and has a depth of 334 m. Lake Towada drains into the Pacific Ocean through the Oirase River. The city of Utarube is situated on the eastern lakeshore. The lake is used for commercial fishing. It is a recreation area and the site of a national park.

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Conversely, the watersheds of Lake Towada and Lake Suwa are dominated by volcanic materials with low [sup.
While a government estimate showed more than 1 million foreign tourists visited Japan in July, setting a single-month record, Hideyuki Nakamura, 57, president of Hotel Towadaso, a well-established accommodation spot by Lake Towada in Aomori Prefecture, said of the strong figure, "We don't feel that here.
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We will fulfill our responsibility by resorting to all possible measures,'' Oshima said in a lecture in Towada, Aomori Prefecture, in apparent reference to the passage of the two budget bills.
On April 21, 2008, four whooper swans were found dead at Lake Towada, Akita prefecture, Japan.
Sugawara's store - where hundreds of pairs of shoes are on sale, all of them out of style - is one of the few retailers still in business on the main drag of Towada near the northern tip of Japan's main island of Honshu.
AKITA, Japan - The deadly H5N1 strain of avian influenza was detected in dead and dying swans near Lake Towada in Akita Prefecture, a study by the National Institute of Animal Health showed Tuesday.
The H5N1 strain of avian influenza virus was detected in three out of four swans found dead or dying near Lake Towada in the town of Kosaka in Akita on April 21, a study by the National Institute of Animal Health showed Tuesday.
2001: "Phytolith record in Soils interstratified with late quaternary tephras overlaying the eastern region of Towada Volcano, Japan" in "Phytoliths: Applications in Earth sciences and Human History".
Congratulations to Eikichi Shima of Kitasato University in Towada, Japan for winning the grand prize--free 2004 Annual International Meeting registration plus a three-night hotel stay in Ottawa.