Akkeshi

Аккеси (Япония)

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  • Akkeshi, Hokkaidō — nihongo|Akkeshi|厚岸町|Akkeshi chō is a town located in Akkeshi District, Kushiro Subprefecture, Hokkaidō. As of Februaly 28, 2008 it has an estimated population of 11,323 and an area of 734.82 km². History *1900 4 towns and 7 villages combine,… …   Wikipedia

  • Akkeshi District, Hokkaidō — nihongo|Akkeshi|厚岸郡| gun is a district in eastern Kushiro Subprefecture, Hokkaidō. Towns *Akkeshi *Hamanaka …   Wikipedia

  • Akkeshi Station — PAGENAME is a railway station of JR Hokkaido Nemuro Main Line located in Akkeshi, Akkeshi District, Kushiro Subprefecture, Hokkaidō, Japan which opened at Dec. 1, 1917.External links …   Wikipedia

  • Akkeshi-gun — Admin ASC 2 Code Orig. name Akkeshi gun Country and Admin Code JP.12.7428078 JP …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

  • Hokkaidō Prefectural Board of Education — Hokkaido Prefectural Board of Education (北海道教育委員会) is a governmental agency that oversees public schools in Hokkaidō in Japan.The board directly oversees high schools in Hokkaidō.High schools [http://www.ipec.hokkaido c.ed.jp/links/gakkou.html]… …   Wikipedia

  • Nemuro Main Line — Nemuro line map KiHa 283 series …   Wikipedia

  • List of Cumacea literature — Extensive literature list on Cumaceans. Contents: Top · 0–9 · A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A …   Wikipedia

  • Monshizu Station — is a railway station of JR Hokkaido Nemuro Main Line located in Akkeshi, Akkeshi District, Kushiro Subprefecture, Hokkaidō, Japan which opened at Dec. 1, 1917. External links …   Wikipedia

  • Аккеси (посёлок) — Посёлок Аккеси яп. 厚岸町 Страна ЯпонияЯпония …   Википедия

  • Kushiro Subprefecture — nihongo|Kushiro|釧路支庁|Kushiro shichō is a subprefecture of Hokkaidō, Japan. Geography Cities * Kushiro (capital) Towns and villages by district *Kushiro ** Kushiro *Akkeshi ** Akkeshi ** Hamanaka *Kawakami ** Shibecha ** Teshikaga *Akan ** Tsurui… …   Wikipedia

  • Bentenjima — in Japanese Buddhism or Shinto, is worshipped as a goddess of water, among other things. As a guardian of fishers, she is enshrined in many Japanese islets.*Hokkaidō **Bentenjima (Akkeshi): An island in Lake Akkeshi. **Bentenjima (Nemuro)… …   Wikipedia

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