Tsuruoka

Tsuruoka

(tso͞oro͞o`ôkä), city (1990 pop. 99,889), Yamagata prefecture, NE Honshu, Japan. An agricultural center, Tsuruoka produces candles, textiles, sake, and agricultural machines.
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As a part of the damage caused by the earthquake, tombstones had fallen in cemeteries, while roof tiles went missing from several houses in Yamagata's Tsuruoka City.
Koji Tsuruoka, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Embassy of Japan in the UK as well as world-renown Spine Surgeon and Researcher, Professor Michael Fehlings, M.D., Ph.D., Vice-Chair Research for the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto.
The editor of the FT has tweeted that he saw "concern and bewilderment" about Brexit on a recent visit to Japan, while the Japanese ambassador Koji Tsuruoka has made repeated warnings that Brexit uncertainty could see companies invest elsewhere.
Scholten is devoting a show to watercolours that the Tokyo-born artist and dealer Kakunen Tsuruoka painted in the 1940s while confined with his family at Poston 'relocation centre' in Arizona.
Japan's ambassador to London Koji Tsuruoka warned of the "high stakes" of Brexit saying that no company could function if profits dry up in Britain.
In April, ambassador Koji Tsuruoka said: "The EU is a very exceptional single market.
The second is to create a new business model by adding socially diversified roles at a hot spring inn in Tsuruoka city in Yamagata Prefecture, northern Japan, where depopulation is occurring.
There has also been a warning from Japanese Ambassador Koji Tsuruoka that firms would likely leave the UK if bad Brexit deals left them unprofitable.
Sedgefield MP Phil Wilson highlighted warnings from Koji Tsuruoka, Japan's ambassador to the UK, about the impact of Brexit on jobs and the economy.
(3.) Ogawa E, Shimura M, Fushimi T, Tajika M, Ichimoto K, Matsunaga A, Tsuruoka T, Ishige M, Fuchigami T, Yamazaki T, Mori M, Kohda M, Kishita Y, Okazaki Y, Takahashi S, Ohtake A, Murayama K.
After a Downing Street summit with the PM and 19 leaders from Japan's big businesses - including Nissan and Hitachi - Ambassador Koji Tsuruoka said "if there is no profitability of continuing operations in the UK - not Japanese only - then no private company can continue operations.