[yoh-kuh-hah-muh; Japanese yaw-kaw-hah-mah]
- a seaport on SE Honshu, in central Japan, on Tokyo Bay: destructive earthquake 1923.
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Examples from the Web for yokohama
While there, she first taught English in the Nagano Prefecture and then was hired on at a local school board in Yokohama.Secret Lives of Admissions Officers
December 8, 2009
Transfer him to Constantinople, or, better still, to Yokohama.The Minister of Evil
William Le Queux
"And he left Manila on a boat bound for Yokohama," Frank added.
There you both disappeared, and I was told that Brown had gone to Yokohama.
I pay rent on a room in Cairo, Egypt, and another in Yokohama all the year around.The Four Million
To hasten the sale he had shipped “Roddy” straight from the machine-shops to Yokohama.The White Mice
Richard Harding Davis
- a port in central Japan, on SE Honshu on Tokyo Bay: a major port and the country's second largest city situated in the largest and most populous industrial region of Japan. Pop: 3 433 612 (2002 est)
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