Kagoshima

(from the article `Kagoshima`) ...on processed foodstuffs, woodworking, and traditional handicrafts. The custom of not washing a man`s clothes at the same time as a woman`s has ...
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Kagoshima

city and ken (prefecture), southernmost Kyushu, Japan, including the island groups of sumi, Tokara, and Amami. It occupies an area of 3,539 square ...
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Kagoshima

Kagoshima (kä"gō'shimä) , city (1990 pop. 536,752), capital of Kagoshima prefecture, extreme S Kyushu, Japan, on Satsuma Peninsula and Kagoshima Bay. An important port, it has a navy yard. The city's industries produce Satsuma porcelain ware, textiles, and metal and wood prod...
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Kagoshima

Industrial city and port on Kyushu island, southwest Japan, 150 km/93 mi southeast of Nagasaki; population (2005) 604,400. It is the seat of the prefecture of the same name. Satsumayaki porcelain, starch, caramel, vegetable oil, tobacco, wood crafts, and a silk fabric called tsumugi are produced here. Kagoshima is often c...
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Kagoshima

On the night of June 17, 1945 the 314th bombardment wing of the American Air Force (120 B-29s) dropped 809.6 tons of incendiary and cluster bombs destroying {convert|2.11|mi2|2|abbr=out} of Kagoshima (44.1 percent of the built-up area). Kagoshima was targeted because of its largely expanded naval port as well as its position as a railway terminus....
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Kagoshima

Town in Satsuma. Kagoshima acted as the seat of power for the Shimazu family from the early Kamakura Period onward, and was the scene of a western naval bombardment in 1863 following the murder of a British diplomat.
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