- To·yo·hi·ko [taw-yaw-hee-kaw] /ˈtɔ yɔˈhi kɔ/, 1888–1960, Japanese social reformer and religious leader.
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It is unfortunate that this deliberate choice has eliminated such valuable illustrative material as the work of Kagawa in Japan.Introduction to Non-Violence
The average area of farm in Kagawa outside the mountainous region is less than two acres.
Kagawa is remarkable in having had until lately 30,000 pond reservoirs for the irrigation of rice fields.
Our route led us along the track of the new railway line which was penetrating from Kagawa into Ehime.