The characters of his family name are pronounced "Higaonna" in Okinawan, and "Higashionna" in Japanese. In Western articles the two spellings are often used interchangeably. He had an older relative, 5 years older, called Higaonna Kanryu who lived in Higashimura and was known as "Higashionna East"....
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Higashigotanda, Shinagawa, Tokyo
Higashigotanda borders Kamiōsaki, Shinagawa and Shirokanedai, Minato on the north, Takanawa, Minato on the east, Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa on the southeast, Ōsaki, Shinagawa (across Meguro River) on the south, and Nishigotanda, Shinagawa (across JR Yamanote Line) on the west. Gotanda Station is lo...
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This district is located on the northeastern part of Chiyoda Ward. It borders Kanda-Higashimatsushitachō on the north, (across Shōwa-dōri Avenue) Iwamotochō on the east, Kanda-Konyachō on the south, and Kanda-Kitanorimonochō and Kanda-Konyachō on the west. It is a commercial district near th...
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==Geography== Higashikurume is approximately in the north-center of Tokyo Metropolis, on the Musashino Terrace. ===Surrounding municipalities=== ==History== The area of present day Higashikurume was part of ancient Musashi Province. The in post-Meiji Restoration cadastral reform of April 1, 1889, K...
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Kanda-Higashimatsushitachō is located on the northeastern part. It borders Kanda-Sudachō to the north, Iwamotochō and Kanda-Iwamotochō to the east, Kanda-Higashikonyachō to the south, Kanda-Konyachō and Kanda-Tomiyamachō to the southwest, and Kanda-Kajichō to the west. Kanda-Higashimatsushi...
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==Geography== Higashimurayama is approximately in the north-center of Tokyo Metropolis, on the Musashino Terrace. ===Surrounding municipalities=== ==History== The area of present day Higashimurayama has been inhabited since Japanese Paleolithic times, and numerous remains from the Jōmon, Yayoi and...
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Higashiōizumi, Nerima, Tokyo
Located in the western part of Nerima, Higashiōizumi borders Ōizumimachi, Ōizumigakuenchō and Nishiōizumi on the north, Shakujiidai on the south, Miharadai and Shakujiimachi on the east, and Minamiōizumi on the west. Ōizumi-gakuen Station is situated in this district, around which a commerci...
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==Geography== Higashiyamato is approximately in the north-center of Tokyo Metropolis, on the Musashino Terrace. ===Surrounding municipalities=== ==History== The area of present day Higashiyamato was part of ancient Musashi Province. The in post-Meiji Restoration cadastral reform of April 1, 1889, T...
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Higepiyo is a little chick with a mustache, who is seeking to acquire masculinity with his friend Hiroshi but ends up being entangled with a skin of heated milk. Original Creator: Risa Itō Sound Director: Kazuya Tanaka Music: Toshio Masuda (composer) ...
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An out of plane offensive BFM performed to control overtake while closing from a low aspect. Also used to reduce aspect angle.
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Hikaru Ichijyo (一条 輝 Ichijō Hikaru) is one of the main fictional characters of the Macross Japanese anime series. His voice actor was Arihiro Hase in the Original Japanese version and Vic Mignogna in the English dub by ADV Films in January 2006. After the death of Arihiro Hase in 1996, he wa...
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Hino also houses the headquarters of Hino Motors, a Toyota Group company producing semi-trailer trucks (British and Irish: articulated lorries) and buses. ==Transportation== ===Railroad=== ===Highways=== == Education == ===University=== ===Secondary=== Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Educati...
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==Geography== The highest mountain is Mount Hinode at 902 m. The Hirai and Ōguno Rivers drain the town. Hinode borders the cities of Ōme and Akiruno, both of which are also in Tokyo. ==History== The village of Hinode was formed in 1955 with the merger of the villages of Hirai and Ōguno. Hinode b...
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==Geography== Hinohara lies in the mountainous upper reaches of the Akigawa, a tributary of the Tama River. The highest point is the summit of Mount Mitō at 1528 m. 93% of its area is forest. The name Hinohara means the field or forest of Chamaecyparis obtusa. Formerly the trees were cut down to b...
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1) Beyond thinking
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1) '... silver, away!' 2) '...- silver!' 3) '..., silver, away!' 4) Lone ranger cry 5) Lone ranger's 'giddyap!' 6) Lone ranger's cry 7) Silver lead-in? 8) Silver spur, so to speak 9) Silver spur?
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