Akita, Japan

Akita, Japan
Akita, Japón.

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  • Akita (Japan) — Hotels: Castle Hotel Akita (Central) View Hotel Akita (Central;Station) Washington Hotel Akita (City Centre) …   International hotels

  • Akita (Akita) — Akita shi 秋田市 Geographische Lage in Japan …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Akita Broadcasting System — Akita Broadcasting System, Inc. (ABS, 株式会社秋田放送) is a Japanese broadcaster in Akita Prefecture. Its radio station is affiliated with Japan Radio Network (JRN) and National Radio Network (NRN), and its TV station is affiliated with Nippon News… …   Wikipedia

  • Akita (Stadt) — 秋田市 Akita shi Geographische Lage in Japan …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Akita Airport — Infobox Airport name = Akita Airport nativename a = 秋田空港 nativename r = Akita Kūkō IATA = AXT ICAO = RJSK type = Public owner = operator = Akita Prefecture city served = Akita, Akita, Japan location = metric elev = y elevation m = 95 elevation f …   Wikipedia

  • Akita Station — Nihongo|Akita Station|秋田駅|Akita Eki is a railway station on the JR East. It is located in Akita, Akita, Japan.Lines*JR East **Akita Shinkansen **Ōu Main Line **Uetsu Main Line **Oga Line Station layout * Above ground station with 10 tracks.;… …   Wikipedia

  • akita — I. äˈkēd.ə noun ( s) Etymology: Japanese : a Japanese breed of spitzlike dogs II. adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: from Akita, Japan …   Useful english dictionary

  • Akita — I. noun Etymology: from Akita, Japan Date: 1928 any of a breed of large muscular dogs of Japanese origin II. geographical name city & port Japan in N Honshu on Sea of Japan population 302,359 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Akita Nutrition Junior College — is a private university at Akita, Akita, Japan, founded in 1953.External links* [http://www.akita eiyo.ac.jp/eng/index.html Official website] …   Wikipedia

  • Akita Prefectural University — is a public university at Akita, Akita, Japan, founded in 1999.External links* [http://www.akita pu.ac.jp/index.htm Official website] ja icon …   Wikipedia

  • Akita Municipal Junior College of Arts and Crafts — is a municipal junior college in Akita, Akita, Japan, established in 1995. The predecessor of the school was a course offered at a vocational school.External links* [http://www.amcac.ac.jp/ Official website] ja icon …   Wikipedia