Tsuruga

Tsuruga

(tso͞oro͞o`gä), city (1990 pop. 68,041), Fukui prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, a port on the Sea of Japan. It was long a center for commerce with Korea. Among the city's principal products are rayon, cement, and chemicals.
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- Tsuruga approaching 2 big anniversaries - the arrival of Polish Orphans in 1920, 100 years ago, and the arrival of Jewish Refugees in 1940, 100 years ago
In Tsuruga, where Monju is located, Mayor Takanobu Fuchikami said last week that decommissioning would hugely impact the local economy.
As scheduled part of the deal, EnergySolutions said it might share its decommissioning and decontamination experience and capabilities with JAPC for usage at the Tsuruga Unit 1 in Japan.
March 14, 1970 -- Japan Atomic Power's Tsuruga plant Unit 1 starts operating.
The Nuclear Regulation Authority said Wednesday that it agrees with experts that the fault underneath the Tsuruga No.
Panel to conclude Tsuruga nuclear reactor sits above active fault
A panel of seismologists advising the Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) issued their assessment that a fault known as D-1 under the Tsuruga nuclear plant is active.
Tsuruga mayor calls for new safety standard for resuming reactors
Its financial structure will change in the medium term owing to the external fundraising for the development of Tsuruga Power Station Units 3 and 4, which will be concentrated in the first half of 2010s.
said Monday it will build a factory to manufacture optical films for liquid crystal displays in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture, to satisfy burgeoning demand for such protective films for use in LCD televisions and tablet computers.
TSURUGA, Japan - The Monju prototype fast-breeder nuclear reactor, which has been suspended since a 1995 sodium coolant leak, is expected to resume full-scale operations by March 2013 after three years of performance tests, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency said Tuesday.
Toyobo produces 14,000 tons of polyester-based spunbonded nonwovens on four lines, two in Iwakuni and two in Tsuruga, Japan.