Kagawa

[ kah-gah-wah ]

noun
  1. To·yo·hi·ko [taw-yaw-hee-kaw], /ˈtɔ yɔˈhi kɔ/, 1888–1960, Japanese social reformer and religious leader.

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How to use Kagawa in a sentence

  • The average area of farm in Kagawa outside the mountainous region is less than two acres.

    The Foundations of Japan | J.W. Robertson Scott
  • Kagawa is remarkable in having had until lately 30,000 pond reservoirs for the irrigation of rice fields.

    The Foundations of Japan | J.W. Robertson Scott
  • Our route led us along the track of the new railway line which was penetrating from Kagawa into Ehime.

    The Foundations of Japan | J.W. Robertson Scott
  • It is unfortunate that this deliberate choice has eliminated such valuable illustrative material as the work of Kagawa in Japan.

    Introduction to Non-Violence | Theodore Paullin