- Prince A·ri·to·mo [ah-ree-taw-maw] /ˈɑ riˈtɔ mɔ/, 1838–1922, Japanese field marshal and statesman.
Examples from the Web for yamagata
Contemporary Examples of yamagata
The cause is a personal one for Chef Ooe, who was born and raised in Yamagata, one of the six prefectures in the Tohoku region.Chef Ooe Is Rehabbing Fukushima’s Food Scene at the Park Hyatt Tokyo
March 11, 2014
The approximately 500 people who packed the Yamagata City Sports Center on Thursday had swelled to 1,000 less than 24 hours later.Japan's Prime Minister Vows to Rebuild
March 18, 2011
A survivalist mood deepened in Miyagi prefecture, and spread in nearby Yamagata prefecture.
Lennox Samuels reports from Yamagata and Miyagi prefectures on their new reality—and their conspiracy theories.
Historical Examples of yamagata
From what I have narrated above, glimpses of Yamagata and Inouy may be gathered.
I may also add that Yamagata was Prime Minister several times, besides holding from time to time other ministerial portfolios.
Six feet of snow is common on the line on which we travelled in Yamagata prefecture, and washouts are not infrequent.
His Excellency of Page 180 Yamagata sets a good example by rising at five and by going to bed at nine.
Although Akita prefecture is mountainous there is a greater proportion of level land in it than in Yamagata.
- Prince Aritomo (ˌærɪˈtəʊməʊ). 1838–1922, Japanese soldier and politician. As war minister (1873) and chief of staff (1878), he modernized Japan's military system. He was premier of Japan (1889–93; 1898)