Yamagata

[yah-mah-gah-tah]
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  • From what I have narrated above, glimpses of Yamagata and Inouy may be gathered.

    A Fantasy of Far Japan

    Baron Kencho Suyematsu

  • I may also add that Yamagata was Prime Minister several times, besides holding from time to time other ministerial portfolios.

    A Fantasy of Far Japan

    Baron Kencho Suyematsu

  • Six feet of snow is common on the line on which we travelled in Yamagata prefecture, and washouts are not infrequent.

    The Foundations of Japan

    J.W. Robertson Scott

  • His Excellency of Page 180 Yamagata sets a good example by rising at five and by going to bed at nine.

    The Foundations of Japan

    J.W. Robertson Scott

  • Although Akita prefecture is mountainous there is a greater proportion of level land in it than in Yamagata.

    The Foundations of Japan

    J.W. Robertson Scott


British Dictionary definitions for yamagata

Yamagata

noun
  1. 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)
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