- a city on S Honshu, in central Japan.
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Contemporary Examples of nagoya
The conclusion of the court was that “Nagoya” was a code name for Kiyoshi Takayama.Japan Finally Convicts Powerful Yakuza Boss
March 23, 2013
Shomei Tomatsu, for example, experienced the destruction of Nagoya, his home city, as a teenager.Photography that Provokes
October 15, 2009
Historical Examples of nagoya
Nagoya is noted for its manufacture of porcelain and cloisonné.Travels in the Far East
Ellen Mary Hayes Peck
Nagoya, too, suffered heavily, and thousands of houses collapsed.Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror
The next largest city is Nagoya, with a population of 206,742.The Gist of Japan
R. B. Peery
Hideyoshi had chosen Nagoya in the province of Hizen as the home-base of his operations.
I have the same complaint to make against Japanese scenery—twelve hours of it by train from Nagoya to Yokohama.From Sea to Sea
- a city in central Japan, on S Honshu on Ise Bay: a major industrial centre. Pop: 2 109 681 (2002 est)