Kashiwa
geographical name city Japan in E Honshu population 305,060

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  • Kashiwa — Ka·shi·wa (kä shē wäʹ) A city of east central Honshu, Japan, an industrial suburb of Tokyo. Population: 316,725. * * * ▪ Japan       city, Chiba ken (prefecture), Honshu, Japan, on the Jōban Line (railway), northeast of Tokyo city. It was formed… …   Universalium

  • Kashiwa — Original name in latin Kashiwa Name in other language Kashiwa, Kasiva, bai shi, gasiwa si, Касива State code JP Continent/City Asia/Tokyo longitude 35.85444 latitude 139.96889 altitude 23 Population 340221 Date 2012 01 19 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Kashiwa — ► C. de Japón, en la isla de Hondo, prefectura de Chiba; 305 060 h …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Kashiwa Reysol — Voller Name Kashiwa Reysol (jap:柏レイソル) Gegründet 1. April 1992 (Hitachi: 1940) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Kashiwa-Mochi — Le kashiwa mochi (柏餠) est une pâtisserie servie à l occasion de la fête nationale de Kodomo no Hi (子供の日), le 5 mai. C est un mochi (gâteau de riz) fourré avec de l’an, c est …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kashiwa, Aomori — Kashiwa (柏村; mura) was a village located in Nishitsugaru District, Aomori, Japan. On February 11, 2005 Kashiwa merged with three other villages and a town in Nishitsugaru forming the city Tsugaru. As a result of this merger the village no longer… …   Wikipedia

  • Kashiwa-Tanaka Station — Kashiwa ​Tanaka Station (柏たなか駅, Kashiwa ​Tanaka eki ) is a train station in Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Its station number is 14. The station opened on 24 August 2005.LineKashiwa ​Tanaka Station is served by the following line:*Metropolitan …   Wikipedia

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