yamase

yamase

[yä′mä·sē]
(meteorology)
A cool, onshore, easterly wind in the Senriku district of Japan in summer.
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Kodama, Y.-M., 1997: Airmass transformation of the Yamase air-flow in the summer of 1993.
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Yamase is a localized meteorological phenomenon that develops during the summer (May-August) on the Pacific Ocean side of the Tohoku area of Japan (northeast of Honshu Island), in an area commonly known as Sanriku (the approximate location is indicated by the black box in Figure 3(a)).
Japanese art historian Yamase addresses the relationship between Christianity and the Maya religion of the Spanish colonial period, often called Mayanized Christianity, or religious syncretism.
Midfielders: Junichi Inamoto (Eintracht Frankfurt/GER), Naotake Hanyu (FC Tokyo), Yasuhito Endo (Osaka), Kengo Nakamura (Kawasaki), Keita Suzuki (Urawa), Yuki Abe (Urawa), Koji Yamase (Yokohama), Yasuyuki Konno (Tokyo), Satoru Yamagishi (Kawasaki)
Koji Yamase hammered Japan in front after 17 minutes at Olympic Sports Center and the visitors held on to take all three points to stay in the hunt for their first trophy under coach Takeshi Okada.