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“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Vimxtomi, 16 February 12j

 

"Old Woman Disappearing from Railwayh

 

Around 1:40 on the afternoon of August 12, the train driver of a six-car out-of-service train running between Shimizukawa and Karibasawa on the Tohoku Line slammed on the brakes, as he found an old woman wearing a backpack on the tracks ahead. Thinking that the train might have hit her, the driver called the police and an ambulance. Strangely, despite their thorough search of the area around, no trace of the woman was found. There were no signs of physical contact on the train either.

 

“Yí

 

"An Old Woman Disappearing from the Railwayh

 

Around 1:40 on the afternoon of August 12, the train driver of a six-car out-of-service train running between Shimizukawa and Karibasawa on the Tohoku Line slammed on the brakes, as he found an old woman wearing a backpack on the railway tracks ahead. Thinking that the train might have hit her, the driver called the police and an ambulance. Strangely, despite their thorough search of the area around, no trace of the woman was found. There were no signs of physical contact on the train either.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"An Old Woman Disappear from the Railwayh

 

Around 1:40 on the afternoon of August 12, the train driver of a six-car out-of-service train running between Shimizukawa and Karibasawa on the Tohoku Line slammed on the brake, as he found an old woman wearing a backpack on the railway track ahead. Thinking that the train might have hit her, the driver called the police and an ambulance. Strangely, despite their thorough search of the area around, no trace of the woman was found. There were no signs of physical contact on the train either.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚UiLucca, 5 April 11j

 

uAn old woman disappeared from the trackv

 

At 13:40 on August 12, While a train driver was operating a deadhead train (seven-car train) between Kiyomizugawa and karibazaki on Tohoku line, the driver found an old woman who shouldered her bag in front in the track and stopped the train in a hurry. The driver called the police and an ambulance because the driver was feeling he might give her injuries. But strangely the old woman was not there even though the police and the driver looked for her around there. The train did not leave any scars in this accident.

 

“Yí

 

uhAn old woman disappeared from the railway trackhv1

 

At 13:40 on August 12, While a train driver was operating a deadhead train (a seven-car train) between Kiyomizugawa and kKaribazaki on the Tohoku line., Suddenly2, the driver found an old woman with who a shouldered her bag on the track in front in the track and stopped the train in a hurry. The driver called the police and an ambulance because the he thought the train hit her3 driver was feeling he might give her injuries. But strangely the old woman was not found anywhere there even though the police and the driver looked for her carefully around there. The train did not have leave any dent either scars in this accident.

 

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2.       ‘O‚Ė•ļ‚Ėwhile‚đ‚Æ‚Á‚Ä“Æ—§‚Ė•ļ‚É‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ė‚ŁA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Í‘O‚Ė•ļ‚Æ‚Ė‚‚ȂĒ‚č‚đ‚‚¯‚é‚Ŋ‚ß‚ÉSuddenly‚Æ•ļ‚đŽn‚ß‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

3.       “ú–{Œę‚Ė•\Œģ‚É•ß‚į‚í‚ꂸ‚ɁA“ā—e‚đŠČ’P‚É•\Œģ‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

hAn old woman disappeared from the railway trackh

 

At 13:40 on August 12, a train driver was operating a deadhead train (a seven-car train) between Kiyomizugawa and Karibazaki on the Tohoku line. Suddenly, the driver found an old woman with a shoulder bag on the track and stopped the train in a hurry. The driver called the police and an ambulance because he thought the train hit her. But strangely the old woman was not found anywhere though the police and the driver looked for her carefully around. The train did not have any dent either.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiKalo, 4 November 10j

 

"An Old Woman Disappeared from the Railroad Trackh

 

Around at 1:40 p.m. on August 12, a train made an emergency stop because the train driver found an old lady with a backpack on her back on the railroad track. The six-car train was out-of-service, running between Shimizugawa and Karibasawa on the Tohoku Line. The train driver thought that the train might have hit the woman, so he called the police and an ambulance. They searched for her around the railroad track but couldnft find out her. Also, there was even no trace of bump on the train.

 

“Yí

 

"An Old Woman Disappeared from the Railroad Trackh

 

Around at 1:40 p.m. on August 12, a train made an emergency stop between Shimizugawa and Karibasawa on the Tohoku Line because the train driver found an old lady with a backpack on her back on the railroad track. The six-car train was out-of-service at that time., running between Shimizugawa and Karibasawa on the Tohoku Line. The train driver thought that the train might have hit the woman, so he and called the police and an ambulance. They searched for her around the railroad track together1 but couldnft find her out her. Also, tThere was even no trace of bump on the train either.

 

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1.       together‚đ“ü‚ę‚é‚Æthey‚Ē’N‚ž‚Š‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"An Old Woman Disappeared from the Railroad Trackh

 

Around at 1:40 p.m. on August 12, a train made an emergency stop between Shimizugawa and Karibasawa on the Tohoku Line because the train driver found an old lady with a backpack on her back on the railroad track. The six-car train was out-of-service at that time.. The train driver thought that the train might have hit the woman and called the police and an ambulance. They searched for her around the railroad track together but couldnft find her out. There was no trace of bump on the train either.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Si‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA26 November 08j

 

An old woman who disappears out of the railway track

 

Around 1:40 pm, on August twelve, a railway driver found ahead an old woman carrying a rucksack on her back on the railway track. So he suddenly stopped the off-duty train (the six coach train) running between Kiyokawa River Station and Karibazawa Station on the Tohoku line. The driver supposed that he might have hit the woman and called the police and even an ambulance. But there was no trace of the woman around there no matter how hard he tried to find. And even there was no scratch on the train as well.

 

“Yí

 

An old woman who disappears from out of the railway track

 

Around 1:40 pm, on August twelve twelfth , a railway train driver found ahead an old woman carrying a rucksack on her back on the railway track. So he suddenly immediately stopped his the off-duty train (the six coach train) running between Kiyokawa River Station and Karibazawa Station on the Tohoku line1. The driver supposed was afraid that he might have hit the woman and called the police and even an ambulance. They searched for the woman together. But there was no trace of the woman anywhere around there no matter how hard they he tried to find her. And even there was no scratch on the train either as well.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

1.       “ú–{•ļ‚ĖÅ‰‚Ė’ˇ‚ĸ•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚đ‚Į‚Ė‚悤‚ɉp•ļ‚ŐŽ—‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚į‚æ‚ĸ‚ŠA‚Ē–â‘č‚Å‚ˇ‚ˁBŽ–Œ‚đŽžŠÔ‚đ’Į‚Á‚Ä‹Lq‚ĩ‚āAAround 1:40 pm on August 12, a train driver was running an off-duty train between Kiyokawa River Station and Karibazawa Station on the Tohoku line. All of a sudden, he saw an old woman with a rucksack on her back standing on the railway track and immediately stopped the train.@‚Æ‚ˇ‚é‚ŠAu‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąv‚ŗ‚ņ‚Ė‚悤‚ȏ‡˜‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Š‘I‘đ‚Ē‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇBķ‹ĩ‚đā–ž‚ĩ‚Ä‚Š‚įŽ–Œ‚đ‹Lq‚ˇ‚é‚ŠAŽ–Œ‚đÅ‰‚É‹Lq‚ĩ‚Ä‚Š‚įķ‹ĩ‚đā–ž‚ˇ‚é‚Š‚Å‚ˇB‚Į‚ŋ‚į‚Š‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚ĸ‚Š‚́A‚ģ‚ę‚ŧ‚ę‚Ėķ‹ĩ‚É‚æ‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B‚ą‚Ė—á‘č‚Å‚Í‚Į‚ŋ‚į‚ž‚ÆŽv‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ŠH

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

An old woman disappears from the railway track

 

Around 1:40 pm, on August twelfth, a train driver found an old woman carrying a rucksack on her back on the railway track. So he immediately stopped his off-duty train (the six coach train) running between Kiyokawa River Station and Karibazawa Station on the Tohoku line. The driver was afraid that he might have hit the woman and called the police and even an ambulance. They searched for the woman together. But there was no trace of the woman anywhere no matter how hard they tried to find her. And there was no scratch on the train either.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚ŗ‚­‚įA25 Aug 07j

 

gOld Woman Disappeared from the Railroadh

 

Around 1:40 p.m. on August 12, the driver of an off-duty train (with six carriages) running  between Simizugawa and Karibazawa on Tohoku Line noticed that there was an old woman carrying the rucksack on her shoulders on the railroad ahead and immediately braked to let the train stop. The driver thought gthe train must have hit herh and reported to the police and called an ambulance. They searched the area but found no trace of the woman. They could not find any mark of bump on the train, either.

 

“Yí

 

gAn Old Woman Disappeared from the Railroadh

 

Around 1:40 p.m. on August 12, the driver of an off-duty train (with six carriages) running  between Simizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku Line noticed that there was an old woman carrying the a rucksack on her shoulders on the railroad ahead and immediately braked to let the train to stop. The driver thought, gthe train I2 must have hit her,h and reported called to the police and called an ambulance. They searched the area but found no trace of the woman. They could not find any mark of bump on the train, either1.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇBķ‹ĩ‚Ē‚æ‚­‚í‚Š‚é‰p•ļ‚Å‚ˇB

 

 

‚ą‚¤‚ĸ‚¤Žž‚ÍI‚đŽåŒę‚É‚ĩ‚čl‚Ļ‚é‚Æ‚¨‚ā‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇBŠm‚Š‚ɂԂ‚Š‚Á‚Ŋ‚Ė‚Í—ņŽÔ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gAn Old Woman Disappeared from the Railroadh

 

Around 1:40 p.m. on August 12, the driver of an off-duty train (with six carriages) running  between Simizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku Line noticed that there was an old woman carrying a rucksack on her shoulders on the railroad ahead and immediately braked  the train to stop. The driver thought, g I must have hit her,h and called the police and an ambulance. They searched the area but found no trace of the woman. They could not find any mark of bump on the train, either.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ ‚ˇ‚ŠA13 August 07j

 

gAn Old Woman Disappeared from the Railway Trackh

 

At 1:40 pm on August 12, an out-of-service(six-car) train suddenly stopped between Shimizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku line because the train conductor found an old woman with a backpack inside of the rail track ahead. As the conductor thought that he might hit her, immediately he called the police  and arranged for an ambulance. Strange to say but no matter how much they searched for the old woman, they couldn't find her. Even the train had no traces of accident. 

 

“Yí

 

gAn Old Woman Disappeareds1 from the Railway Trackh

 

At 1:40 pm on August 12, an out-of-service (six-car) train suddenly stopped between Shimizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku line because the train conductor driver2 found an old woman with a backpack inside of the rail track ahead.3 As tThe conductor driver thought that he might have hit her, and immediately he called the police and arranged for an ambulance. Strange to say but no matter how much they searched for the old woman along the railway track, they couldn't find her. Even the train had no traces of the accident. 

 

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1.       V•ˇ‚ĖŒŠo‚ĩ‚́A‰ß‹Ž‚Ėo—ˆŽ–‚Å‚āŒģŨŒ`‚Å•\Œģ‚ˇ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Ē‘Ŋ‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇBŒģŨŒ`‚Ė•û‚Ēˆę–ÚŒŠo‚ĩ‚đŒŠ‚Ŋ‚Æ‚Ģ‚ĖˆķÛ‚Ē‹­‚ĸ‚Ė‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B‚WŒŽ‚P‚Q“ú‚Æ‚ĸ‚Ļ‚΂¨–~‚É‹ß‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇ‚ˁB

 

2.       a driver‚Ē‰^“]ŽmAa conductor‚ĒŽÔļ‚Å‚ˇB

 

3.       “ā—e‚Ė‡˜‚đ­‚ĩ•Ī‚Ļ‚é‚ÆŽŸ‚Ė‚悤‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇBAt about 1:40 pm on August 12, an out-of-service train was running between Shimizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku line. All of a sudden, the driver of the train saw an old women with a backpack on the train track ahead. He pulled the emergency brake and stopped the train.‚Æ‚ˇ‚é‚Ɖ^“]Žm‚Ē•ļÍ‚ĖŽålŒö‚É‚Č‚é‚Ė‚ŁA­‚ĩ—ÕęŠ´‚Ē‘‰Á‚ˇ‚é‚悤‚ÉŽv‚Ļ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA‚Į‚¤‚Å‚ĩ‚傤‚ŠB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gAn Old Woman Disappears from the Railway Trackh

 

At 1:40 pm on August 12, an out-of-service (six-car) train suddenly stopped between Shimizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku line because the train driver found an old woman with a backpack inside of the rail track ahead. The driver thought that he might have hit her and immediately called the police and an ambulance. Strange to say but no matter how much they searched for the old woman along the railway track, they couldn't find her. Even the train had no traces of the accident. 

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiMomo, 28 Aug 03j

 

gAn Old Woman Disappears from the Railway Trackh

 

At about 1:40 p.m. on August 12 the motorman of an out-of-service train with six cars, which was running between Shimizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku line saw an old woman with a knapsack in front of the train on the train track. The motorman pulled an emergency brake and stopped the train. He felt that the train might hit her and immediately called the police and asked for an ambulance. They searched for the old woman everywhere around the train but could not find her. They could not find any evidence indicating that the train had hit or run over the old woman either.

 

“Yí

 

gAn Old Woman Disappears from the Railway Trackh

 

At about 1:40 p.m. on August 12, the motorman of an out-of-service train with six cars which  was running between Shimizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku line1. The motorman of the train saw an old woman with a knapsack in front of the train on the train track ahead. The motorman pulled an the emergency brake and stopped the train. He felt was afraid2 that the train might have hit her and immediately called the police and asked for an ambulance. They searched for the old woman everywhere around the train but could not find her. They also checked the train carefully but3 could not find any evidence dent or mark4 that could indicate indicating that the train had hit or run over the old woman either.

 

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1.       ‰ö’k‚Ė‚悤‚Č˜b‚Å‚ˇ‚Ė‚Å•¨Œę‚Ė‚悤‚ɏ‡˜—Į‚­‰p•ļ‚Å•\Œģ‚ˇ‚ę‚Ζʔ’‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB“ú–{•ļ‚ĖÅ‰‚Ė•ļ‚Í’ˇ‚ĸ‚Ė‚ʼnp•ļ‚Å‚Í’Z‚ĸ•ļ‚É•Ē‰đ‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

2.       u‰^“]Žm‚͐ڐG‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Š‚ā‚ĩ‚ę‚Č‚ĸ‚ÆŠ´‚ļv‚ĖuŠ´‚ļv‚͉^“]Žm‚Ē—ņŽÔ‚Ē˜V—‚ƐڐG‚ĩ‚ŊƒVƒ‡ƒbƒN‚đ–{“–‚ÉŠ´‚ļ‚Ŋ‚Ė‚Š‚ā‚ĩ‚ę‚Ü‚š‚ņ‚ĒA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚ÍĸŽv‚Á‚ŊŖ‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊBƒVƒ‡ƒbƒN‚đŠ´‚ļ‚Ŋ‚Ė‚Č‚į‚΁AHe thought that he felt a faint shock of hitting the old woman and immediately called the police and an ambulance.‚Æ•\Œģ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ā—Į‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

3.       “ú–{•ļ‚É‚ÍČ—Ē‚ŗ‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚é•”•Ē‚đ“ü‚ę‚Đā–ž“I‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

4.       “Yí‚Ė‚悤‚É‹ī‘Ė“I‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Æ—Į‚ĸ‚ÆŽv‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gAn Old Woman Disappears from the Railway Trackh

 

At about 1:40 p.m. on August 12, an out-of-service train with six cars was running between Shimizugawa and Karibazawa on the Tohoku line. The motorman of the train saw an old woman with a knapsack on the train track ahead. The motorman pulled the emergency brake and stopped the train. He was afraid that the train might have hit her and immediately called the police and an ambulance. They searched for the old woman everywhere around the train but could not find her. They also checked the train carefully but could not find any dent or mark that could indicate that the train had hit or run over the old woman.

 

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Šō•ŒŒ§Šâ‘ē’Ŧ‚Å‚Í‘S‘‚ĖŽŠŽĄ‘Ė‚ŏ‰‚ß‚Ä‚ĖŽŽ‚Ũ‚Ė’Ŧ“ā‚ˇ‚ׂĂŎg—p‰Â”\‚Č–ŗü‚k‚`‚mƒVƒXƒeƒ€‚Ė•~Ũ‚đs‚¤B’Ŧ–đę‚Č‚ĮŒö‹¤Ž{Ũ‚đ‹’“_‚É–ņŽl\‚ĖŠî’n‹Į‚đŨ’uB‘‰„’ˇ–ņ“ņ\ŒÜƒLƒ‚ĖŒõƒtƒ@ƒCƒo[‚ÅŠî’n‹Į‚đŒ‹‚ŅAŠî’n‹Į‚Š‚į–ŗü‚Å’[––‚ɏî•ņ‚đ‘—‚éB–ņ‚R‚U•Ŋ•ûƒLƒƒ[ƒgƒ‹‚Ė’Ŧ“ā‚Ė‚Ų‚Ú‘Sˆæ‚đA–ŗü‚k‚`‚m‚ŃJƒo[‚ˇ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚É‚Č‚éB

 

’Ŧ“ā‚Ė‚Į‚ą‚Š‚į‚Å‚āƒCƒ“ƒ^[ƒlƒbƒg‚ɐڑą‚Å‚Ģ‚é‚Ų‚ŠA–ŗü‚ŏî•ņ‚đ‚â‚č‚Æ‚č‚Å‚Ģ‚é‚Ŋ‚߁AŒg‘Ņ“d˜b‚ŃeƒŒƒr‚ĖƒrƒfƒI˜^‰æ‚âAƒhƒA‚ĖŠJ•Â‚Æ‚ĸ‚Á‚Ŋî•ņ‰Æ“d‚ĖŽĀ—p‰ģ‚Ē‰Â”\‚É‚Č‚éB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 21 February 12j

 

"Making a Whole Town Ubiquitous Computingh  

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture is going to build a wireless LAN accessible from anywhere in the town, making it the first municipality in Japan to have such a fantastic IT infrastructure installed. The town will set up about 40 base stations at public facilities like its town office and connect these stations to each other with 25 kilometer optical fiber cables to enable base stations to transmit wireless information to terminals or end-usersf equipment in the town. The network essentially covers the whole of 36 square kilometers town thus allowing its residents to access the Internet from anywhere in the town. This ubiquitous communication environment also allows them to put intelligent home appliances into practical use. They will soon be able to use their cell phones for transmitting signals to home appliances and to open/close doors and/or to start recording TV programs on a VCR.

 

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"Making a Whole Town Connected by Wireless Communications Ubiquitous Computingh  

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture is going to build a wireless LAN accessible from anywhere in the town, making it the first municipality in Japan to have such a fantastic IT infrastructure installed. The town will set up about 40 base stations at public facilities like its town office and connect these stations to each other with 25 kilometer optical fiber cables to enable base stations to transmit wireless information to terminals or end-usersf equipment in the town. The network essentially covers the whole of 36 square kilometers town thus allowing its residents to access the Internet from anywhere in the town. This ubiquitous communication environment also allows them to put intelligent home appliances into practical use. They will soon be able to use their cell phones for transmitting signals to home appliances and to open/close doors and/or to start recording TV programs on a VCR.

 

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"Making a Whole Town Connected by Wireless Communications h  

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture is going to build a wireless LAN accessible from anywhere in the town, making it the first municipality in Japan to have such a fantastic IT infrastructure installed. The town will set up about 40 base stations at public facilities like its town office and connect these stations to each other with 25 kilometer optical fiber cables to enable base stations to transmit wireless information to terminals or end-usersf equipment in the town. The network essentially covers the whole of 36 square kilometers town thus allowing its residents to access the Internet from anywhere in the town. This ubiquitous communication environment also allows them to put intelligent home appliances into practical use. They will soon be able to use their cell phones for transmitting signals to home appliances and to open/close doors and/or to start recording TV programs on a VCR.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 8 April 11j

 

Connecting Wireless LAN in the Town

 

Iwamura town's government in Gifu prefecture has decided to connect usable wireless LAN from everywhere in the town. It is the first time for local governments across the nation to try.

 

The plan for wireless LAN is that forty base-stations are set in public places such as the town office first. These stations are joined together by optical fiber that the total extension becomes about twenty-five kilometer. Then the base-stations can send information to all houses in the town by wireless LAN.

 

Wireless LAN can be covered all over the town that is about thirty-six square kilometers in size. Residents are able to connect Internet not only from everywhere in the town, but also home information appliances such as video recording and opening and closing door are possible through wireless LAN to use their cell phones.

 

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Connecting All Residents in the Town by a Wireless LAN in the Town

 

The Town of Iwamura1 town's government in Gifu pPrefecture has decided to make connect usable a wireless LAN accessible from everywhere anywhere in the town. It is the first time for a local governments in Japan across the nation to set up such a wireless LAN try.

 

The plan for wireless LAN is that forty base-stations are set up at in public places such as the town office first. These stations are joined together by an optical fiber network that is the total extension becomes about twenty-five kilometers in total. Then the base-stations can send information to all houses in the town by a wireless LAN.

 

The Wwireless LAN can be covered the whole all over the town that is about thirty-six square kilometers in size. Residents are not only able to connect to the Internet not only from anywhere everywhere in the town, but also can remotely control home information appliances such as a video recordinger and can opening and closinge doors are possible through wireless LAN to use by their cell phones.

 

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1.       uŠâ‘ē’Ŧ(’Ŧ–đę)v‚͐ŗŽŽ‚É‚Íthe Government of the Town of Iwamura‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒAthe Town of Imamura‚ž‚¯‚Å‚ā‚ą‚ĖˆĶ–Ą‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇBŠō•ŒŒ§’Ą‚ÍGifu Prefecture‚Ü‚Ŋ‚Íthe Prefecture of Gufu‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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Connecting All Residents in the Town by a Wireless LAN

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture has decided to make a wireless LAN accessible from anywhere in the town. It is the first time for a local government in Japan to set up such a wireless LAN .

 

The plan is that forty base-stations are set up at public places such as the town office first. These stations are joined together by an optical fiber network that is about twenty-five kilometers in total. Then the base-stations can send information to all houses in the town by a wireless LAN.

 

The wireless LAN can cover the whole town that is about thirty-six square kilometers in size. Residents are not only able to connect to the Internet from anywhere in the town but also can remotely control home appliances such as a video recorder and can open and close doors by their cell phones.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 5 November 10j

 

"A town will be Connected with a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

Iwamura Town in Gifu Prefecture will be the first local government in Japan to install a wireless LAN system that can be used everywhere in the town. The town will set up about 40 base stations at public facilities such as the town hall and connect the stations with optical fiber cables with a total of 25 kilometers long. These base stations will cover almost all the areas of the town and send information to a device at home and office that is equipped with wireless communication.

 

This LAN system enables residents to have access to the Internet all over the town and control home information appliances with a cell phone, such as opening and closing a door and set timer to record a TV program.

 

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"A tTown will be Connected Covered by1 with a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

Iwamura Town in Gifu Prefecture will be the first local government in Japan to install a wireless LAN system that can be used everywhere anywhere in the town. The town will set up about 40 base stations at public facilities such as the town hall and connect the stations with optical fiber cables with a total of 25 kilometers long. These base stations will cover almost all the areas of the town by a wireless LAN and send information to a device at home and office that is equipped with a wireless communication receiver.

 

This LAN system enables residents to have access to the Internet all from anywhere in over the town and even control home information appliances from with a cell phone, such as opening and closing a doors and set a timer to record a TV program.

 

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1.       ƒCƒ“ƒ^[ƒlƒbƒg‚ɐڑą‚Å‚Ģ‚é’Ŧ‚Í‚ĸ‚Á‚Ī‚ņ‚ ‚é‚Ė‚ŁA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Í’Ŧ‘S‘Ė‚ĒƒƒCƒ„[ƒŒƒX‚ŃJƒo[‚ŗ‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚éA‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‘č–ŧ‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

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"A Town will be Covered by a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

Iwamura Town in Gifu Prefecture will be the first local government in Japan to install a wireless LAN system that can be used anywhere in the town. The town will set up about 40 base stations at public facilities such as the town hall and connect the stations with optical fiber cables with a total of 25 kilometers long. These base stations will cover almost all the areas of the town by a wireless LAN and send information to a device at home and office that is equipped with a wireless communication receiver.

 

This LAN system enables residents to have access to the Internet from anywhere in the town and even control home appliances from a cell phone, opening and closing doors and set a timer to record a TV program.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚ŗ‚­‚įA27 Aug 07j

 

gWireless LAN Service Starts in the Townh

 

The Iwamura Town in Gifu Prefecture plans to start wireless LAN service which is available from any place in the town. This service is the first attempt among the local municipalities in Japan. They will build about forty basic stations mainly in the public facilities like the town hall and connect every station with totally 25 kilometers optical fiber and send information from the stations to the terminals. The wireless LAN service is going to cover almost all area of the town, so it will enable to access the Internet from anywhere in the town. It will also realize to control intelligent appliances by sending a command to a video recorder to record TV program on the tape or to lock or unlock the house door through cell phones.

 

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gWireless LAN Service Starts in the Townh

 

The Iwamura Town in Gifu Prefecture plans to start a wireless LAN service which will be is available from any place in the town. This service is will be the first attempt among the local municipalities in Japan. They will build about forty basic base stations mainly in the public facilities like the town hall and connect every all stations with totally 25 kilometers optical fiber cables and send information from the stations to the wireless terminals such as cellular phones and laptop computers1. The wireless LAN service is going to cover almost all the whole area of the town so that, so it will enable2 people in the town to access the Internet from anywhere in the town. It The wireless service will also make it possible for people realize to control intelligent appliances at their home.3 For example, they can sendby sending a command from a cellular phone to a video recorder to record a TV program on the video recorder on the tape or to lock or and unlock the house door through cell phones.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚ĖŠT—Ē‚Í‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒAi‚PjAi‚QjAi‚Rj‚Ė‚Æ‚ą‚ë‚Ē‚æ‚­‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņBi‚Pj‚Íthe terminals‚ĒŒg‘Ņ“d˜b‚⃏ƒCƒ„[ƒŒƒX’ʐM‚Ė‰Â”\‚Čƒ‰ƒbƒvƒgƒbƒv‚Ė‚悤‚Č‚ā‚Ė‚ž‚낤‚Ɛ„‘Ē‚Å‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒAthe terminals‚Æ‚ ‚é‚Ė‚Å’Ŧ‚Ē—pˆĶ‚ĩ‚Ŋ“Á•Ę‚Č‘—ŽķM‹@‚Č‚Ė‚Š‚ȁA‚Æ‚ā‚¨‚ā‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇBi‚Qjenable what/who?‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‹^–â‚Ē‚Å‚Ä‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇBi‚Rj‚Íintelligent appliances‚Æa video recorder, the house door‚ĖŠÖŒW‚Ē‚Í‚Á‚Ģ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚š‚ņB

 

1.       ‹ī‘Ė“I‚ɐā–ž‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

2.       enable A to do B‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤Œ`‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       ‚ą‚ą‚ňę“x•ļ‚đI‚í‚č‚É‚ĩ‚āAFor example‚Æ—á‚đ‹“‚°‚é‚Æ‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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Iwamura Town in Gifu Prefecture plans to start a wireless LAN service which will be  available from any place in the town. This service will be the first attempt among local municipalities in Japan. They will build about forty base stations mainly in the public facilities like the town hall and connect all stations with 25 kilometer optical fiber cables and send information from the stations to wireless terminals such as cellular phones and laptop computers. The wireless LAN service is going to cover almost the whole area of the town so that it will enable people in the town to access the Internet from anywhere in the town. The wireless service will also make it possible for people to control intelligent appliances at their home. For example, they can send a command from a cellular phone to record a TV program on the video recorder or to lock and unlock the house door.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ ‚ˇ‚ŠA21 August 07j

 

gWhole Town With a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

The Iwamura town in Gifu Prefecture first will introduced a wireless LAN system to all residents in the community by the local Japanese government. The wireless LAN system will set up about 40 hubs at public facilities in the town such as town hall and connect those hubs with 25-kilometer long optical fibber cables will send information to the communication terminal. As the most of the town will be covered within a range of 36 square kilometers by using this system, the residents can connect to the Internet from anywhere in the town. Besides, it can be possible to operate electronic devices at home such as opening and shutting a door and setting up a TV program on a video recorder by using only a cellular phone with wireless LAN system.

 

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gA Whole Town Is Connected through With a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

The Town of Iwamura town in Gifu Prefecture will be the first to will introduced a wireless LAN system to all residents in the community by among the local Japanese governments in Japan1. The wireless LAN system will set up about 40 hubs at public facilities in the town such as the town hall and connect those hubs with 25-kilometer long optical fibber cables. The hubs will send information to wireless the communication terminals held by people in the town2. As the most of the townfs 36 square kilometers will be covered within a range of 36 square kilometers by using this system, the residents can connect to the Internet from anywhere in the town. Besides, the residents3 it can use their wireless terminals be possible to operate electronic devices at home in such a way as opening and shutting a door and setting up a TV program on a video recorder by using only a cellular phone with wireless LAN system.

 

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1.       ‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚ĖŠT—Ē‚Í‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒAi‚PjAi‚Qj‚Ė‘厖‚Č‚Æ‚ą‚ë‚Ē‚æ‚­‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņBThe Iwamura town in Gifu Prefecture first will introduced a wireless LAN system to all residents in the community by the local Japanese government.‚́uŠâ‘ē’Ŧ‚͐悸Å‰‚É“ú–{­•{‚É‚æ‚Á‚Ä–ŗüLAN‚đ“ą“ü‚ˇ‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚傤Bv‚Æ‚Č‚č“ú–{•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚đ˜e‚É’u‚¯‚΁A‚ą‚Ė“ā—e‚Å‚ā‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA‚Å‚ÍŽŸ‚ɉŊ‚đ‚ˇ‚é‚Ė‚ŠH‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‹^–â‚Ēo‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       ‚ą‚ą‚ł̓nƒu‚ƃƒCƒ„ƒŒƒXƒ^[ƒ~ƒiƒ‹‚Æ‚ĖŠÖŒW‚Ē‚Í‚Á‚Ģ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚š‚ņB

 

3.       ‚ą‚ą‚Íthe residents‚đŽåŒę‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Æ“ā—e‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB“Yí‚Ė‚悤‚Ƀnƒu‚ɂ‚ĸ‚Ă͐V‚ĩ‚ĸ•ļ‚Å‹Lq‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

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gA Whole Town Is Connected through a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture will be the first to introduced a wireless LAN system to all residents in the community among local governments in Japan. The wireless LAN system will set up about 40 hubs at public facilities in the town such as the town hall and connect those hubs with 25-kilometer long optical fibber cables. The hubs will send information to wireless terminals held by people in the town. As most of the townfs 36 square kilometers will be covered by this system, the residents can connect to the Internet from anywhere in the town. Besides, the residents can use their wireless terminals to operate electronic devices at home in such a way as opening and shutting a door and setting up a TV program on a video recorder.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiKatie, 28 Aug 03j

 

gConnecting a Whole Town by a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture is planning to install a wireless LAN communication system in the town for the first time as a local government in Japan that will make a wireless LAN system available to all residents in the community. The wireless LAN system will set up about 40 hubs in the town at various public facilities such as the town hall and connect those hubs with 25 kilometer long optical fiber cables. Those hubs will transmit information to any communication terminal within a range of 36 square kilometers and will be able cover almost the whole town.

 

Town residents can access to the Internet from anywhere in the town. It will enable the residents to use a cellular phone to send a signal to operate electronic devices at home such as opening and closing electronically operated doors and starting recording a TV program on video recorders.

 

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gConnecting a Whole Town by With a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture is planning to install a wireless LAN communication system in the town. The town will be1 for the first time as a local government in Japan that will make a wireless LAN system available to all residents in the community. The wireless LAN2 system will set up about 40 hubs in the town at various public facilities such as the town hall and connect those hubs with 25- kilometer long optical fiber cables. Those The hubs2 will transmit information to any communication terminal within a range of 36 square kilometers and will be able cover almost the whole town.

 

By using this system3, Ttown residents can access to the Internet from anywhere in the town. It will enable the residents to They can4 use a cellular phone to send a signal to operate electronic devices at home such as opening and closing electronically operated doors and to5 starting recording a TV program on a video recorders.

 

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2.       ‰p•ļ‚ĖŽåŒę‚đThe wireless LAN system‚ÆThe hubs‚É‚ˇ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚É‚æ‚Á‚Ä•ļÍ‚Ė’†‚ɐV‚ĩ‚ĸŒž—t‚Ē‡˜—Į‚­o‚Ä‚­‚é‚悤‚É‚Č‚čA“ā—e‚Ē“`‚í‚č‚₡‚­‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       ‘O‚Ė’i—Ž‚ÆŠÖ˜A‚đŽ‚Ŋ‚š‚é‚悤‚ÉBy using this system‚đ“ü‚ę‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

4.       “Yí‚Ė‚悤‚É‚ˇ‚é‚ÆŠČ’P‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚Ŋ‘O‚Ė•ļ‚Æ‚Ė‚‚ȂĒ‚č(ŽåŒę‚Ē“¯‚ļ)‚Ē‚æ‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

5.       To send a signal to operate A and to start B‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤•Ā—ņ\‘ĸ‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

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gConnecting a Whole Town With a Wireless LAN Systemh

 

The Town of Iwamura in Gifu Prefecture is planning to install a wireless LAN communication system in the town. The town will be the first local government in Japan that will make a wireless LAN system available to all residents in the community. The wireless LAN system will set up about 40 hubs in the town at various public facilities such as the town hall and connect those hubs with 25-kilometer long optical fiber cables. The hubs will transmit information to any communication terminal within a range of 36 square kilometers and will be able cover almost the whole town.

 

By using this system, town residents can access the Internet from anywhere in the town. They can use a cellular phone to send a signal to operate electronic devices at home such as opening and closing electronically operated doors and to start recording a TV program on a video recorder.

 

 

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“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 22 February 12j

 

"Surfers Cleaning Up the Beachh 

 

Typhoon #10 left tons of debris including driftwood and scrap electronics at Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture known as one of the nation's best surfing spots. Having learned this through the Internet, a number of surfers came to the beach from across the country on August 12 and started cleaning the beach all together in a bid to save their home turf from the predicament. 

 

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"Surfers Cleaning Up the Beachh 

 

Typhoon Number #10 left tons of debris such as including driftwood and scrap electronics at Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture, which1 was known as one of the nation's best surfing spots. Having learned this through the Internet, a number of surfers came to the beach from across the country on August 12 and started cleaning the beach all together in a bid to save their home turf from the predicament. 

 

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"Surfers Cleaning Up the Beachh 

 

Typhoon Number 10 left tons of debris such as driftwood and scrap electronics at Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture, which was known as one of the nation's best surfing spots. Having learned this through the Internet, a number of surfers came to the beach from across the country on August 12 and started cleaning the beach in a bid to save their home turf from the predicament. 

 

 

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Surfers Pick up Coastal Wastes on the Beach.

 

Ikumi beach in Tokushima prefecture is famous for good surfing place in Japan.  Due to typhoon No.10, a lot of wastes such as driftwood and electric appliances drifted on the beach.

 

On April 12, Surfers who knew this happening through Internet gathered from all over the country to the beach and started cleaning for help their home ground's crisis.

 

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Surfers Pick up Coastal Wastes on the Beach.

 

Ikumi bBeach in Tokushima pPrefecture is famous for good surfing place in Japan.  Due to tTyphoon No.10, a lot of wastes such as driftwood and electric appliances were washed up drifted on the beach.

 

On April 12, Ssurfers who found knew this happening on the through Internet came to the beach gathered from all over the country1 to the beach to clean up the beach and save and started cleaning for help their surfing home ground's crisis.

 

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Surfers Pick up Wastes on the Beach

 

Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture is famous for good surfing in Japan. Due to Typhoon No.10, a lot of wastes such as driftwood and electric appliances were washed up on the beach.

 

On April 12, surfers who found this happening on the Internet came to the beach from all over the country to clean up the beach and save their surfing home ground.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 7 November 10j

 

"Surfers Helped Clean the Beachh

 

Ikumi Beach, one of the most popular surfing spots in Japan, was littered with a huge amount of debris including driftwoods and home appliances because Typhoon No.10 had passed by.

 

On August 12, a lot of surfers who found the news on the Internet came to the beach and helped clean the beach. They said that they gathered to save their home beach.

 

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"Surfers Helped Clean the Beachh

 

Ikumi Beach, one of the most popular surfing spots in Japan, was littered with a huge amount of debris including driftwoods and home appliances because washed up by@Typhoon No.10 had passed by the area.

 

On August 12, a lot of surfers who found the news on the Internet came to the beach and helped clean the beach. They said that they gathered to save their home beach.

 

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"Surfers Helped Clean the Beachh

 

Ikumi Beach, one of the most popular surfing spots in Japan, was littered with a huge amount of debris including driftwoods and home appliances washed up by@Typhoon No.10 had passed by the area.

 

On August 12, a lot of surfers who found the news on the Internet came to the beach and helped clean the beach. They said that they gathered to save their home beach.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚ŗ‚­‚įA29 August 07j

 

gSurfers Cleaned Ikumi Beachh

 

Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture is famous as a good surfing point in Japan. But a massive wreckage including driftwood and appliances arrived there after the typhoon@No.10 coming. Surfers who had known this news through the Internet came to the beach from all over the county on August 21st and started cleaning the beach under the slogan of gLetfs save our home beachh.

 

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gSurfers Cleaned2 Ikumi Beachh

 

Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture is famous as for its a good surfing point in Japan. But a massive amount of wreckage garbage including driftwoods and appliances arrived there after the tTyphoonNo.10 coming came. Surfers found who had known3 this news through the Internet and came to the beach from all over the county on August 21st. They and started cleaning the beach under the slogan ,of gLetfs save our home beachh.1

 

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2.       ‹LŽ–‚ĖŒŠo‚ĩ‚ɂ͉ߋŽ‚Ėo—ˆŽ–‚āŒģŨŒ`‚Å•\Œģ‚ˇ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Ē‘Ŋ‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇBuƒT[ƒn[‚ĒŠCŠŨ‚đ‘|œ‚ˇ‚év‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤Ž–ŽĀ‚đ‹Lq‚ˇ‚é‚ž‚¯‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Ŋ‚ß‚Å‚ĩ‚傤BŒģŨŒ`‚Ė‚Ų‚¤‚Ē—]Œv‚ȏî•ņi‚ĸ‚‚Ėo—ˆŽ–‚Š‚Č‚Įj‚Ē“ü‚į‚Č‚ĸ‚Ė‚Ńpƒbƒg—‰đ‚Å‚Ģ‚é‚Š‚į‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

3.       ŽžŠÔ‚Ė‡˜‚Æ‚ĩ‚ẮAƒjƒ…[ƒX‚đ’m‚Á‚Ŋl‚Ė‰Ŋl‚Š‚Ēƒr[ƒ`‚É—ˆ‚Ŋ‚Ė‚ŁAƒjƒ…[ƒX‚đ’m‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Ēæ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒAthey found the news and came to the beach.‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚悤‹N‚ą‚Á‚Ŋ‡˜‚É‹¤‚ɉߋŽŒ`‚Å•\Œģ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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gSurfers Clean2 Ikumi Beachh

 

Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture is famous for its good surfing . But a massive amount of garbage including driftwoods and appliances arrived there after TyphoonNo.10 came. Surfers found this news through the Internet and came to the beach from all over the county on August 21st. They started cleaning the beach under the slogan ,gLetfs save our home beachh.

 

 

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gSurfers Clean Up Beach Garbageh

 

Ikumi beach in Tokushima prefecture is known for the one of the most popular surf spots in Japan. However, a lot of garbage was strewn with the beach such as driftwoods, electric appriences because of Typhoon No.10. Through the Internet, surfers all over Japan who knew about the garbage of Ikumi beach, took action to save their favorite spot. On August 12, they came all together and cleaned up.

 

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gSurfers Clean Up Beach Garbage1h

 

Ikumi bBeach in Tokushima pPrefecture is known for as2 the one of the most popular surfing spots in Japan. However Recently3, Typhoon No. 10 washed up a lot of garbage was strewn with4 on the beach such as driftwoods,and electric appriences appliances because of Typhoon No.10. Through the Internet, surfers all over Japan who knew found about the garbage of on Ikumi bBeach, and5 took action to save their favorite spot. On August 12, they came all together and cleaned up the beach.

 

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2.       He is well known for his accomplishment in literature. ”Ū‚Í•ļŠw‚Ė‹ÆŅ‚Å‚æ‚­’m‚į‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚éBHe is well known as one of the most popular novelists in Japan.@”Ū‚Í“ú–{‚Å‚Æ‚Ä‚āl‹C‚Ė‚‚ĸŦā‰Æ‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ä‚æ‚­’m‚į‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚éB‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚悤‚É‘O’uŽŒAfor‚Æas‚ňĶ–Ą‚Ēˆá‚Á‚Ä‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       Å‰‚Ė•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚ÆŽŸ‚Ė•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Íhowever‚Å‚Í‚Â‚Č‚Ē‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņB

 

4.       The beach got strewn with garbage. A lot of garbage was strewn on the beach. The typhoon strew garbage on the beach.‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤—p–@‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Í‘ä•—‚ĒƒSƒ~‚đŠCŠŨ‚É‘Å‚ŋŠņ‚š‚ŊA‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

5.       o—ˆŽ–‚Ė‡˜‚đŽžŠÔ‚đ’Į‚Á‚Ä‹Lq‚ĩand‚Å‚Â‚Č‚ĸ‚ž‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

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gSurfers Clean Up Beach1h

 

Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture is known as one of the most popular surfing spots in Japan. Recently, Typhoon No.10 washed up a lot of garbage on the beach such as driftwood and electric appliances. Through the Internet, surfers all over Japan found about the garbage on Ikumi Beach and took action to save their favorite spot. On August 12, they came together and cleaned up the beach.

 

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiƒIƒJƒ„A28 Aug 03j

 

gSurfers Clean Up a Beachh

 

Typhoon Number 10 left Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture, one of the best place for surfing in Japan, strewn with debris such as driftwood and abandoned electronic appliances. On August 12, many surfers from all over Japan came to the beach to clean the beach and save their favorite surfing spot. They found that the beach was in a mess through information posted on the Internet.

 

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gSurfers Clean Up a the Beachh

 

Typhoon Number 101 left Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture, one of the best places for surfing in Japan, strewn with debris such as driftwood and abandoned electronic appliances. On August 12, many surfers from all over Japan came to the beach to clean the beach and save their favorite surfing spot2. They found out that the beach was in a mess3 through information posted on the Internet.

 

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2.       uƒz[ƒ€ƒOƒ‰ƒEƒ“ƒh‚ĖŠë‹@‚đ‹~‚¨‚¤v‚Í“ú–{•ļ‚Å‚Í“ā—e‚Ė‹­’˛‚É‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB‰p•ļ‚ł́hLetfs save our favorite surfing spot from the crisis.h‚Ė‚悤‚Č’ŧÚˆø—p•ļ‚đ“ü‚ę‚é‚Æ•ļÍ‚Ė’†‚Å‚ą‚ą‚ž‚¯‚Ē•‚‚Ģã‚Ē‚Á‚Ä‚ĩ‚Ü‚¤‚Ė‚ŃIƒJƒ„‚ŗ‚ņ‚Ė‚悤‚ɊԐڈø—p‹å‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚ÆŽv‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       The room was a mess. Children left the dining room in a mess.‚Ė‚悤‚É‚Į‚ŋ‚į‚Ė‚ĸ‚ĸ‚Š‚Ŋ‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇB‚ą‚ą‚Íthe beach‚ĒŽåŒę‚Č‚Ė‚Å‚ģ‚Ėķ‘Ô‚đ•\‚ˇ‚Ŋ‚ß‚Éthe beach was a mess.‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚悤‚ÉŽg‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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gSurfers Clean Up the Beachh

 

Typhoon Number 10 left Ikumi Beach in Tokushima Prefecture, one of the best places for surfing in Japan, strewn with debris such as driftwood and abandoned electronic appliances. On August 12, many surfers from all over Japan came to the beach to clean and save their favorite surfing spot. They found out that the beach was a mess through information posted on the Internet.

 

 

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"The Japanfs Warh section at a corner of the children room in the Tokushima City Library has been attracting many visitors as the only library in Tokushima Prefecture housing the regular exhibit of war-related books for children. As August 15, the day World War II ended nears, gthe Japanfs Warh section is crowded with lots of school children on

 

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"Regular Exhibit of War-related Books for Children at Tokushima City Libraryh 

 

"The Japanfs Warh section at a corner of the childrenfs room in the Tokushima City Library has been attracting many children visitors as the only library in Tokushima Prefecture housing the regular exhibit of war-related books for children. As August 15, the day World War II ended is coming closer nears, gthe Japanfs Warh section is crowded with lots of school children on the summer break every day.

 

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"Regular Exhibit of War-related Books for Children at Tokushima City Libraryh 

 

"The Japanfs Warh section at a corner of the childrenfs room in the Tokushima City Library has been attracting many children as the only library in Tokushima Prefecture housing the regular exhibit of war-related books for children. As August 15, the day World War II ended is coming closer, gthe Japanfs Warh section is crowded with lots of school children on the summer break every day.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚UiLucca, 12 April 11j

 

"Children's books about Japan's war in the library"

 

"Japan's war corner "which has war related books for children at children room in Tokushima City Library is very popular among children. Only this library sets it up  in Tokushima prefecture. As August 15 which is the day of the end of the World War II is coming soon, children are gathering to the corner every day and read the books.

 

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"Children's books Corner about Japan's wars in the Tokushima City1 Library"

 

"The Japan's war corner "which has childrenfs books war related to Japanfs wars2 books for children at  in the children room in the Tokushima City Library is very popular among children. Only this library sets it up such a corner in Tokushima pPrefecture. As August 15 which is the day of the end of the World War II is coming soon, children are gathering at to the corner every day and read the books.

 

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2.       childrenfs books‚Ė‚Ų‚¤‚Ēbooks for children‚æ‚čuŽq‹ŸŒü‚¯‚Ė–{v‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚ą‚Æ‚Ē‚Í‚Á‚Ģ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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"Children's books Corner about Japan's wars in the Tokushima City Library"

 

"The Japan's war corner "which has childrenfs books related to Japanfs wars in the children room in the Tokushima City Library is very popular among children. Only this library sets  up such a corner in Tokushima Prefecture. As August 15 which is the day of the end of the World War II is coming soon, children are gathering at the corner every day and read the books.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiKalo, 7 November 10j

 

At the Tokushima City Library, a book corner titled gWar of Japanh has remained quite popular. The corner in the childrenfs book room displays war-related books for children to read. The Tokushima City Library is the only library in Tokushima Prefecture that displays such books throughout the year. Now, a lot of children are coming to the book corner when August 15, the anniversary of World War II, comes near.

 

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A Special Display of Boos on War for Children at the Tokushima City Library

 

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2.       Ií‚Ė“úv‚Ē‹ß‚ĸ‚ą‚ĖŽžŠú‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤•‚Ė‚ ‚鎞ŠÔ‚Č‚Ė‚ŁAwhen‚æ‚čas‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤BuIí‚Ė“ú‚Ē‹ß‚­‚ɂ‚ę‚āv‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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A Special Display of Boos on War for Children at the Tokushima City Library

 

At the Tokushima City Library, a book corner named gWar of Japanh is quite popular. The corner in the childrenfs book room displays war-related books for children . The Tokushima City Library is the only library in Tokushima Prefecture that displays such books throughout the year. Now, a lot of children are coming to the book corner as August 15, the anniversary of World War II, is getting closer .

 

 

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A library set up a corner of gWars of Japanh

 

A small collection of books on gWars in Japanh is firmly popular among children. Tokushima municipal Library has set up the collection in a corner of gthe Childrenfs roomh. The library only has a permanent exhibition of war-related childrenfs books in Tokushima Prefecture. Children on their summer vacation come to the corner lately, as the anniversary of the end of World War II, August 15th, approaches.

 

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A The Tokushima Municipal Llibrary sets up a corner of childrenfs books on gwars Wars of Japanh

 

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The Tokushima Municipal Library sets up a corner of childrenfs books on wars of Japan

 

A small collection of childrenfs books on gWars of Japanh at the Tokushima Municipal Library is has been popular for children. This is the only library that has a permanent exhibition of  childrenfs books on wars of Japan in Tokushima Prefecture. Many children on their summer vacation come to the corner lately as the anniversary of the end of World War II, August 15th, approaches.

 

 

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gLibrary Set up a War-Related Cornerh

 

A corner titled gthe war of Japanh in Tokushima City Public Library has been persistently popular. The corner places in its childrenfs reading room. It is the only library where war-related books for children are lined up in Tokushima Prefecture. At this time of year when the anniversary of the end of the war is coming closer, the corner is crowded with many children who are spending their summer vacation.

 

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gLibrary Set up a Special Collection of War-Related Books for Children Cornerh

 

A corner1 collection of books named titled gthe war of Japanh in Tokushima City Public Library has been persistently popular. The corner collection is placesd in its childrenfs reading room2. It is the only library where war-related books for children are lined available all year around up3 in Tokushima Prefecture. At this time of year when the anniversary of the end of the war is coming closer, the corner of the library with the collection is crowded with many children who are spending their summer vacation in the library.

 

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gLibrary Set up a Special Collection of War-Related Books for Childrenh

 

A collection of books named gthe war of Japanh in Tokushima City Public Library has been persistently popular. The collection is placed in its childrenfs reading room. It is the only library where war-related books for children are available all year around in Tokushima Prefecture. At this time of year when the anniversary of the end of the war is coming closer, the corner of the library with the collection is crowded with many children who are spending their summer vacation in the library.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ ‚ˇ‚ŠA4 December 06j

 

"The Wars Involved Japan" Corner At The Tokushima City Library

 

The Tokushima City Library has opened a corner of "The Wars Involved Japan" in the children's room. Since the opening day, the visitors have been coming one after another. This is the only library which keeps on display the children's war books in Tokushima. During the summer vacation, many children visit this corner around the War Memorial Day on August 15.

 

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"The Wars Involved of Japan" Corner At The Tokushima City Library

 

The Tokushima City Library has opened a corner of called "The Wars Involved of1 Japan" in the children's room. Since the opening day, the visitors children2 have been coming visiting this corner one after another. This is the only library which keeps on display the children's books on war books on display3 in Tokushima. During the summer vacation, many children visit this corner around the War Memorial Day on August 154.

 

 

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2.       children ‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‹ī‘Ė“I‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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4.       around the War Memorial Day on August 15‚WŒŽ‚P‚T“ú‚Ė‚͏Ií‹L”O“ú‚Ė‘OŒã‚ɂ́A‚ĖˆĶ–Ą‚Å‚ˇ‚ˁB“ú–{•ļ‚Ėu\ŒÜ“ú‚ĖuIí‚Ė“úv‚Ē‹ß‚ĸ‚ą‚ĖŽžŠúv‚Ė“ā—e‚É‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ē‚Ļ‚΁Aas August 15, the War Memorial Day, approaches‚Æ•\Œģ‚Å‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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"The Wars of Japan" Corner At The Tokushima City Library

 

The Tokushima City Library has opened a corner called "The Wars of Japan" in the children's room. Since the opening day, children have been visiting this corner one after another. This is the only library which keeps children's books on war on display in Tokushima. During the summer vacation, many children visit this corner around the War Memorial Day on August 15.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiKenji, 18 Aug 03 j

 

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The gWars of Japanh section at a corner of the childrenfs room at the Tokushima City Library has been deep-rooted popular among children. This is the only library in Tokushima Prefecture which keeps books about wars of Japan for children all year round. Everyday, many children on summer holidays are found in front of this section during this period when August 15, the War Memorial Day, is close.

 

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gWars of Japanh Section Corner at the Tokushima City Libraryh

 

The gWars of Japanh section at a1 corner of the childrenfs room at the Tokushima City Library2 has been deep-rooted constantly popular among children at the Tokushima City Library. This is the only library in Tokushima Prefecture which that keeps childrenfs books about the wars of Japan for children all year round. Everyday, many children on summer holidays are found in front of this section visit this corner3 as during this period when August 15, the War Memorial Day, is close approaches closer4.

 

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2.       ŽåŒę‹å‚Ē’ˇ‚­‚Č‚é‚Ė‚Åat the Tokushima City Library‚đ•ļ‚ĖÅŒã‚Ė’u‚Ģ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

3.       uŽq‹Ÿ‚Ŋ‚ŋ‚ĖŽp‚Ē‚ ‚év‚Í“Še‚Ė‚悤‚Å‚ā‚ĸ‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA“ā—e‚Š‚įchildren visit the corner‚ÆŠČ’P‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

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gWars of Japanh Corner at the Tokushima City Libraryh

 

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“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 27 February 12j

 

"Blue LED for Use in Fishing Lamph  

 

On August 12, the Fisheries Agency has decided to support a private research to use a blue light-emitting diode (LED) lamp as a fishing lamp for the squid. The blue LED lamp can reduce the fuel cost for electricity generation to less than 10% of the conventional incandescent lamp, thereby leading to more efficient fishery operations as well as improved environmental protection. The agency is aiming at commercializing the technology in 3 years.

 

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"Blue LED for Use in Fishing Lamph  

 

On August 12, the Fisheries Agency has decided to support a private research to use a blue light-emitting diode (LED) lamp as a fishing lamp for the squid. The blue LED lamp can reduce the fuel cost for electricity generation to less than 10% of the conventional incandescent lamp, thereby leading to more efficient fishery operations as well as improved environmental protection. The agency is aiming at commercializing the technology in 3 years.

 

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“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 12 April 11j

 

Blue Diode is Used on Fishing Boat

 

On August 12, the Fishery Agency decided to support a private research that blue light-emitting diode(LED) is used in place of filament lamp on squid fishing boat. The researches are thinking that LEDs will keep less than one-tenth of fuel costs down than present filament lamps. Therefore, The Agency expects that It will lead to increase fish business efficiency and sea environment protection and achieves the pratical use of LED on the squid fishing boat in three years.

 

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Blue Diode is Used on Fishing Boats

 

On August 12, the Fishery Agency decided to support a private research that develops1 blue light-emitting diode(LED) lamps for squid fishing boats is used in place of filament lamps on squid fishing boat. The researches are expecting thinking that LEDs lamps will reduce2 keep fuel costs to less than one-tenth of fuel costs down than of the present filament lamps3. Therefore, The Agency expects that It LED lamps will lead to increase the efficiency of squad fishing business efficiency and improve the sea environment protection and The Agency plants to achieves the practical use of LED lamps on the squid fishing boats in three years.

 

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3.       The new product will reduce fuel costs to less than one-tenth of (the fuel costs of) the present filament lamps. ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒAŠ‡ŒĘ“ā‚ÍČ—Ē‚Å‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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Blue Diode is Used on Fishing Boats

 

On August 12, the Fishery Agency decided to support a private research that develops blue light-emitting diode(LED) lamps for squid fishing boats in place of filament lamps. The researches are expecting that LED lamps will reduce fuel costs to less than one-tenth of the present filament lamps. Therefore, The Agency expects that LED lamps will lead to increase the efficiency of squad fishing business and improve the sea environment. The Agency plants to achieve the practical use of LED lamps on squid fishing boats in three years.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 7 November 10j

 

"Fishing lamps Using Blue Light Emitting Diodeh

 

On August 12, the Fishery Agency decided to support research in the private sector to develop a fishing lamp for squids that is composed of blue light-emitting diode (LED). Compared to an incandescent lamp, the LED fishing lamp can reduce fuel costs to generate electricity to less than one-tenth. The Agency expects that the LED fishing lamp will help to improve the efficiency of fishing operations and preserve the environment, aiming to put the lamp to practical use in three years.

 

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"Fishing lamps Using Blue Light Emitting Diodeh

 

On August 12, the Fishery Agency decided to support research in the private sector to develop a fishing lamp for squids that would use is composed of a blue light-emitting diode (LED). Compared to an incandescent lamp, the LED fishing lamp can reduce fuel costs to generate electricity for its energy source1 to less than one-tenth. The Agency expects that the LED fishing lamp will help to improve the efficiency of fishing operations and preserve the environment. The Agency2 , aimings to put the lamp to practical use in three years.

 

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2.       V‚ĩ‚ĸ•ļ‚É‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē“ā—e‚ĖˆķÛ‚Ē‹­‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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"Fishing lamps Using Blue Light Emitting Diodeh

 

On August 12, the Fishery Agency decided to support research in the private sector to develop a fishing lamp for squids that would use blue a light-emitting diode (LED). Compared to an incandescent lamp, the LED fishing lamp can reduce fuel costs to generate electricity for its energy source to less than one-tenth. The Agency expects that the LED fishing lamp will help to improve the efficiency of fishing operations and preserve the environment. The Agency aims to put the lamp to practical use in three years.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA5 February 09j

 

Fishing lamp of a Blue Light-Emitting Diode

 

The Fisheries Agency of Japan announced on August 12th that it would support a private research on using a Blue Light-Emitting Diode (LED) to collect squid for fishing. The technology may reduce the cost of generating light to less than one tenth of the current incandescent lamp. The Agency expects that the technology will make fishery management more efficient and also contribute to preserve environment. And the researchers aim to put the technology to practical use in three years.

 

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Fishing lLamps with1 of a Blue Light-Emitting Diode

 

The Fisheries Agency of Japan announced on August 12th that it would support a private research on using a Blue Light-Emitting Diode (LED) to for fishing lamps for collect squid for fishing2. The technology blue LED lamp3 may can reduce the cost of generating light  electricity for fishing lamps to less than one tenth of the current incandescent lamp. The Agency expects that the blue LED technology will make fishery management more efficient and also contribute to preserve environmental preservation. And4 tThe researchers aim to commercialize the blue LED fishing lamp put the technology to practical use in three years.

 

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2.       Collect squid for fishing‚Æ‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‹›‚Ė‰a‚É‚Ü‚¸ƒCƒJ‚đ•ß‚éA‚Æ‚ĸ‚ĸ‚¤ˆĶ–Ą‚É‚āŽæ‚ę‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       ‚ą‚Ė‚悤‚ɏ‘‚­‚Ų‚¤‚Ē“ĮŽŌ‚ɐeØ‚Å‚ˇB

 

4.       “Á‚É‘O‚Ė•ļ‚Æ‚ĖŠÖ˜A‚đ‹­’˛‚ˇ‚é•K—v‚Í‚Č‚ĸ‚Ė‚Åand‚Í—v‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņB

 

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Fishing Lamps with a Blue Light-Emitting Diode

 

The Fisheries Agency of Japan announced on August 12th that it would support a private research on using a Blue Light-Emitting Diode (LED) for fishing lamps for squid fishing. The  blue LED lamp can reduce the cost of generating electricity for fishing lamps to less than one tenth of the current incandescent lamp. The Agency expects that the blue LED will make fishery management more efficient and also contribute to environmental preservation. The researchers aim to commercialize the blue LED fishing lamp in three years.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ŗ‚­‚įA9 September 07j

 

gBlue Light-Emitting Diode will be Applied to Squid Collecting Lamph

 

On August 12, the Japanese Fisheries Agency decided to support a private companyfs research to study how to apply blue light-emitting diode (blue LED) to the squid collecting lamp. The blue LED may enable to cut the energy cost to generate the light to less than one-tenth of current cost of white light bulbs. The agency expects LED will bring more efficient and environment-friendly fishing operations. They plan to put the research in practice three years later.

 

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gBlue Light-Emitting Diode will be Applied to Squid Collecting Lamph

 

On August 12, the Japanese Fisheries Agency of Japan decided to support a private companyfs research to study how to apply blue light-emitting diode (blue LED) to the squid collecting lamp. The blue LED may enable fishermen1 to cut the energy cost to generate electricity for squid colleting lamps the light to less than one-tenth of current cost of white light bulbs. The aAgency expects that LED will bring more efficient and environment-friendly fishing operations. They plan to put commercialize the LED squid collecting amps the research in practice three years later2.

 

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2.       u‚R”NŒã‚ĖŽĀ—p‰ģ‚đ–ÚŽw‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚év‚Í‹ī‘Ė“I‚É•\Œģ‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

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gBlue Light-Emitting Diode will be Applied to Squid Collecting Lamph

 

On August 12, the Fisheries Agency of Japan decided to support a private companyfs research to study how to apply blue light-emitting diode (blue LED) to the squid collecting lamp. The blue LED may enable fishermen to cut the energy cost to generate electricity for squid colleting lamps to less than one-tenth of current white light bulbs. The Agency expects that LED will bring more efficient and environment-friendly fishing operations. They plan to commercialize the LED squid collecting amps in three years.

 

 

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gFishing Light with Blue Light-Emitting Diodeh

 

On August 12, 2003, the Fisheries Agency established a new policy that the Agency would support private research for using a blue light-emitting diode (LED) as a squid fishing light source. The blue LED may reduce fuel costs required to generate electricity to 10 percent or lower of the cost for the current white LED. The Agency expects that the blue LED will contribute to efficient fishery management and environmental conservation. The light aims to go into practical use in three years.

 

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gFishing Light -Lamp with a Blue Light-Emitting Diodeh

 

On August 12, 2003, the Fisheries Agency established a new policy that the Agency would decided to1 support private research for using to use a blue light-emitting diode (LED) as a squid fishing- light source for fishing squids. The blue LED lamp2 may reduce fuel costs required to generate electricity to 10 percent or lower of the cost for- the current white incandescent lamp LED. The Agency expects that the blue LED lamp will contribute to efficient fishery management and environmental conservation. The light3 and -aims to go into practical use commercialize it in three years.

 

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uÂFŒn”­Œõƒ_ƒCƒI[ƒhi‚k‚d‚cj‚đŒõŒš‚Æ‚ĩ‚ÄŽg‚¤v‚́uÂFŒn”­Œõƒ_ƒCƒI[ƒhi‚k‚d‚cj‚đŒõŒš‚Æ‚ĩ‚ÄŽg‚¤“d‹…v‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚Å‚ˇ‚Š‚įA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Í‹ī‘Ė“I‚Éthe blue LED lamp‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

ŽåŒę‚𐅎YČ‚É‚ˇ‚é‚ÆThe Fisheries Agency aims to commercialize it in three years. uŽå‘Ė‚Ē`‚ˇ‚év‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤Œ`‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB“d‹…‚đŽåŒę‚É‚ˇ‚ę‚΁AThe blue LED lamp is aimed to be developed in three years. ‚ÆŽķ“Ž‘Ô‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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gFishing -Lamp with a Blue Light-Emitting Diodeh

 

On August 12, 2003, the Fisheries Agency decided to support private research to use a blue light-emitting diode (LED) as a - light source for fishing squids. The blue LED lamp may reduce fuel costs required to generate electricity to 10 percent or lower of the - the current white incandescent lamp. The Agency expects that the blue LED lamp will contribute to efficient fishery management and environmental conservation and -aims to commercialize it in three years.

 

 

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‰Žã—Ήģ‚Í‘S‘‚Å‘å—Ŧs‚É‚Č‚Á‚ŊB—΂͊á‚É‚â‚ŗ‚ĩ‚­A‚ĸ‚đ‚ā‚Ŋ‚į‚ĩA‚Ü‚Ŋ“sŽs‚đ”M‚­‚ˇ‚éƒq[ƒgƒAƒCƒ‰ƒ“ƒhŒģÛ‚ĖŠÉ˜a‚É‚ā–𗧂B‚ĩ‚Š‚ĩA“Œ‹ž‚ĖŠwZ‚âƒrƒ‹‚P‚O–œ“i‚¨‚æ‚ģ‚Tį–œ•Ŋ•ûƒ[ƒgƒ‹j‚Ė‰Žã—Ήģ‚đ‚ˇ‚é‚ƉJ‚Ė­‚Č‚ĸ‚R‚O“úŠÔ‚É–ņ‚Qį–œ—§•ûƒ[ƒgƒ‹‚Ė…‚Ē•K—v‚É‚Č‚éB‚ą‚ę‚Í‘Ŋ–€ŒÎ“ņ‚•Ē‚Ė’™…—Ę‚É‘Š“–‚ĩAŠ‰…Žž‚ɂ͐…•s‘Ģ‚É‚Č‚č‚Š‚Ë‚Č‚ĸB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 27 February 12j

 

"Flip Side of Green Roofh 

 

A green roof, or a roof of a building covered with vegetation, is booming nationwide. Green plants are gentle to our eyes, enrich our lives and mitigate the heat island effect by lowering urban air temperatures. But, if green roofs are to be installed at 100 thousand of schools and buildings in Tokyo (about 50 million square meters), approximately 20 million cubic meters of water will be required for 30 days in the dry season. This volume is twice as much as the water in Lake Tama and large enough to cause serious water shortage in a long spell of dry weather.

 

“Yí

 

"A Flip Side of the Green Roofh 

 

A green roof, or a roof of a building covered with vegetation, is booming popular nationwide. Green plants are gentle to our eyes, enrich our lives and mitigate the heat island effect by lowering urban air temperatures. But, if green roofs are to be installed at 100 thousand of schools and buildings in Tokyo (about 50 million square meters), approximately 20 million cubic meters of water will be required for 30 days in the dry season. This volume is twice as much as the water in Lake Tama and large enough to cause a serious water shortage in a long spell of dry weather.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"A Flip Side of the Green Roofh 

 

A green roof, or a roof of a building covered with vegetation, is booming popular nationwide. Green plants are gentle to our eyes, enrich our lives and mitigate the heat island effect by lowering urban air temperatures. But, if green roofs are to be installed at 100 thousand of schools and buildings in Tokyo (about 50 million square meters), approximately 20 million cubic meters of water will be required for 30 days in the dry season. This volume is twice as much as the water in Lake Tama and large enough to cause a serious water shortage in a long spell of dry weather.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 15 April 11j

 

Problems about Greenery on the Top of Buildings

 

Greenly on the rooftops of buildings are very popular nationwide. It, however, has its good points and bad points. Looking at green is good for our eyes and makes us refreshed. Furthermore, heat-island effect in urban areas is reducing by greenery.

 

But If we use the greenery to cover the rooftops of hundred thousand buildings and schools which are about fifty-million square meters wide in Tokyo, we need water of twenty-million square meters for thirty days in dry season. This amount is almost the same as twofold the Tama Lake's water. It will create a lack of water.

 

“Yí

 

Problems about with Greenery on the Rooftop Top of Buildings

 

Greenly on the rooftops of buildings are is very popular nationwide. It, hHowever1, it has its good points and bad points. Looking at something green is good for our eyes and makes us refreshed. Furthermore, heat-island effect phenomena in urban areas can is be reducing by greenery.

 

But If we use the greenery to cover the rooftops of hundreds and thousands of buildings and schools in Tokyo, the total area of rooftops will be2 which are about fifty-million square meters wide in Tokyo,. Then, we will need water of twenty-million square cubic meters of water for thirty days in the dry season. This amount is almost twice as much the same as twofold the amount of water in Tama Lake's water. and can It will create a lack of water shortage in Tokyo.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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2.       ]‘Žß‚Í’Z‚­‚ĩ‚āA’ZŠú‹L‰¯‚É“ü‚ę‚Ä‚¨‚­—Ę‚đ‚ˇ‚­‚Č‚­‚ˇ‚é‚Æ“Į‚Ũ‚₡‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

Problems with Greenery on the Rooftop 

 

Greenly on the rooftop is very popular nationwide. However, it has its good points and bad points. Looking at something green is good for our eyes and makes us refreshed. Furthermore, heat-island phenomena in urban areas can be reducing by greenery.

 

But If we use greenery to cover the rooftops of hundreds and thousands of buildings and schools in Tokyo, the total area of rooftops will be about fifty-million square meters. Then, we will need twenty-million cubic meters of water for thirty days in the dry season. This amount is almost twice as much as the amount of water in Tama Lake and can create a water shortage in Tokyo.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo. 11 November 10j

 

"Problems with Rooftop Gardeningh

 

Rooftop gardening, or planting trees and flowers on the rooftop of a building, has been quite popular across the country. Lush greenery is easy with the eyes, makes living environments colorful and also helps to reduce the urban heat island.

 

But if rooftop gardens are created at 100 thousand of schools and other buildings in Tokyo (about 50 million squares), they will need roughly 20 millions cubic meters of water for 30 days during the dry season. This corresponds to roughly twice the amount of water in Tamako Lake and may result in the lack of water supply in a dry spell.

 

“Yí

 

"Problems with Rooftop Gardeningh

 

Rooftop gardening, or planting trees and flowers on the rooftop of a building, is getting1 has been quite popular across the country. Lush greenery on the rooftop is easy with the eyes, makes a living environments1 colorful and also helps to reduce the urban heat island phenomenon.

 

But if rooftop gardens are created at 100 thousand of schools and other buildings in Tokyo (about 50 million squares meters), they we will need roughly 20 millions cubic meters of water for 30 days during the dry season. This corresponds is to roughly twice the amount of water in Tamako Lake and may result in the lack of shortage of water supply in a dry spell.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

1.       u‘S‘‚Å‘å—Ŧs‚É‚Č‚Á‚Ŋv‚́AŒģŨ‘å—Ŧs‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚éA‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚ą‚Æ‚Å‘S‘“I‚É‚Į‚ą‚ā‚Š‚ĩ‚ą‚ā‰Žã’뉀‚É‚Í‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚Č‚ĸ‚Ė‚ł́H

 

2.       ‚ ‚éˆę‚‚ĖļŠˆŠÂ‹Ģ‚Å‘ã•\‚ĩ‚Ä‚æ‚ĸ‚Æ‚¨‚ā‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

 

"Problems with Rooftop Gardeningh

 

Rooftop gardening, or planting trees and flowers on the rooftop of a building, is getting  popular across the country. Lush greenery on the rooftop is easy with the eyes, makes a living environment colorful and also helps to reduce the urban heat island phenomenon.

 

But if rooftop gardens are created at 100 thousand of schools and other buildings in Tokyo (about 50 million square meters), we will need roughly 20 millions cubic meters of water for 30 days during the dry season. This is roughly twice the amount of water in Tamako Lake and may result in the shortage of water supply in a dry spell.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA6 February 09j

 

Problems with planting trees and flowers on the roof of buildings

 

Planting trees and flowers on the roof of buildings, so called roof gardening, is booming greatly across the country. Green plants have a positive effect on eyes and minds as well as contribute to reduce the heat island effect that exceptionally heats up cities in summer. But if the roof tops of one hundreds buildings such as schools and office buildings (around fifty million square meters) in Tokyo turn to green gardens, it will also demand around twenty million cubic meters of water for thirty days during the dry season. The volume is twice as much as water in Tamako Lake. The huge demand may exacerbate the water shortage in case of drought.

 

“Yí

 

Problems with planting trees and flowers on the roofs of buildings

 

Planting trees and flowers on the roofs of buildings, so called rooftop gardens gardening, is booming greatly across the country. Green plants have a positive soothing effects1 on eyes and minds as well as contribute to reduce the heat island effect that exceptionally heats up cities in summer. But if the roof tops of one hundreds thousand buildings such as schools and office buildings (around fifty million square meters) in Tokyo turn into green gardens, it they2 will require also demand around twenty million cubic meters of water for thirty days during the dry season. The volume is twice as much as the water in Tamako Lake. The huge demand for water may exacerbate the water shortage in case of drought.

 

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“ā—e‚ĖŠT—Ē‚Í‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒAƒrƒ‹ƒfƒBƒ“ƒO‚Ė”‚Ē“ú–{•ļ‚ƈá‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ˁB

 

1.       ‚ĸ‚ë‚ĸ‚ë‚Čpositive effect‚Ē‚ ‚é‚Ė‚ŁA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Ísoothing effects ‚Æ‚ˇ‚ą‚ĩ‹ī‘Ė“I‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

2.       Žåß‚ĖŽåŒę‚Í‚Ü‚žthe rooftops ‚Å‚ˇBSuppose that the rooftops of ~. Then, this will require ~.‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤\‘ĸ‚É‚ˇ‚é‚ƁASuppose that ~‚Ė‚Č‚ĸ‚悤‘S‘Ė‚đThis‚Å•\Œģ‚Å‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

Problems with planting trees and flowers on the roofs of buildings

 

Planting trees and flowers on the roofs of buildings, so called rooftop gardens, is booming across the country. Green plants have soothing effects on eyes and minds as well as contribute to reduce the heat island effect that heats up cities in summer. But if the rooftops of one hundred thousand buildings such as schools and office buildings (around fifty million square meters) in Tokyo turn into green gardens, they will require around twenty million cubic meters of water for thirty days during the dry season. The volume is twice as much as the water in Tamako Lake. The huge demand for water may exacerbate the water shortage in case of drought.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ŗ‚­‚įA11 September 07j

 

"Problem of Planting the Rooftop Gardens"

 

Planting trees and grasses in the rooftop garden of buildings has been widespread across the country. Green plants ease our eyes and bring natural atmosphere as well as reduce heat island phenomenon. But Planting in all rooftop gardens of 100 thousands buildings  such as schools and business offices in Tokyo (about 50 million squares) requires around 20 millions cubic meters water in 30 days during the dry season. This amount is almost twice as much as the water of Lake Tama. Water may be short in the dry spell.

 

“Yí

 

"Problem of with Planting the Rooftop Gardens"

 

Planting trees and grasses in the rooftop garden of buildings has been widespread across the country. Green plants ease our eyes and bring a natural atmosphere as well as reduce the heat island phenomenon. But Pplanting trees and grass in all rooftop gardens of 100 thousands buildings such as schools and business offices in Tokyo (about 50 million squares meters) requires around about 20 millions cubic meters of water in for 30 days during the dry season. This amount is almost twice as much as the water of in Lake Tama. and will cause a shortage of water for other uses Water may be short in during the dry spell.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒAÅŒã‚Ė•ļ‚Í“Yí‚Ė‚悤‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Æ•Ē‚Š‚č‚₡‚­‚Č‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"Problem with Planting the Rooftop Gardens"

 

Planting trees and grass in the rooftop garden of buildings has been widespread across the country. Green plants ease our eyes and bring a natural atmosphere as well as reduce the heat island phenomenon. But planting trees and grass in all rooftop gardens of 100 thousands buildings such as schools and business offices in Tokyo (about 50 million square meters) requires about 20 millions cubic meters of water for 30 days during the dry season. This amount is almost twice as much as the water in Lake Tama and will cause a shortage of water for other uses during the dry spell.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiPrim, 15 Sept 03j

 

gProblems of Roof Greeningh

 

Roof greening has become very popular nationwide. Trees and flowers on the roof are soft to our eyes and make us feel comfortable. It is also useful for the heat-island phenomenon in the city by absorbing heat from the sun. If we want to plant trees and flowers on the roof of 100,000 schools and other buildings in Tokyo (roughly 50 million square-meters), we will need about 20 million cubic meters of water for the period of 30 days when rains are not enough. This will be equivalent to twice the amount of Lake Tama and may cause a general shortage of water for other uses.

 

“Yí

 

gProblems with Plating Trees and Flowers on the Roof of Building1 Roof Greeningh

 

Roof greening Planting trees and flowers on the roof of the building has become very popular nationwide. Trees and flowers on the roof are soft to please our eyes and make us feel comfortable soothe our mind2. It isThey are also useful for reducing the heat-island phenomenon in the city by absorbing heat from the sun. But planting trees and flowers on the roof requires water3. If we want to plant trees and flowers on the roof of 100,000 schools and other buildings in Tokyo (roughly 50 million square-meters), we will need about 20 million cubic meters of water for the period of 30 days when rains are not enough scarce4. This will be equivalent to twice the amount of water in Lake Tama and may cause a general shortage of water for other uses.

 

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1.       u‰Žã—Ήģv‚Í‚Ü‚ž’č‚Ü‚Á‚Ŋ‰pŒę•\Œģ‚Ē‚Č‚ĸ‚Ė‚ŁA“ā—e‚đplanting trees and flowers on the roof of the building‚Ɛā–ž‚ˇ‚é‚Ė‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚ÆŽv‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB‚ā‚ĩ‰Žã—Ήģ‚Ē‰Ŋ‰ņ‚ā•ļÍ‚Ė’†‚ɏo‚Ä‚­‚é‚Æ‚Ģ‚ɂ́AÅ‰‚Éplanting trees and flowers on the roof of the building (greening of the rooftop) ‚Ɛā–ž‚ĩ‚āA‚Q‰ņ–Ú‚Š‚į‚Ígreening of the rooftop‚đŽg‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       “Še‚Ė‚Ü‚Ü‚Å‚ā‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒAplease our eyes and soothe our mind‚ƑΔä‚ĩ‚Ŋ•\Œģ‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

3.       ā–ž‚Ė•ļ‚đ“ü‚ę‚ÄŒã‚Ė•ļ‚Æ‚ĖŠÖ˜A‚đ‚‚¯‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

4.       Prim‚ŗ‚ņ‚Í‚ą‚ą‚Ė‚Æ‚ą‚ë‚Ė“ú–{•ļ‚𐎗‚ĩ‚ĉp•ļ‚Å•\Œģ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇBŠ‰…Šú‚ɂ͉J‚Ē­‚Č‚ĸ‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚ą‚Æ‚đ‚Í‚Á‚Ģ‚č‚ŗ‚š‚é‚Ŋ‚ß‚É‚Ínot enough‚æ‚čscarce‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Æ‚¨‚ā‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gProblems with Plating Trees and Flowers on the Roof of Buildingh

 

Planting trees and flowers on the roof of the building has become very popular nationwide. Trees and flowers on the roof please our eyes and soothe our mind. They are also useful for reducing the heat-island phenomenon in the city by absorbing heat from the sun. But planting trees and flowers on the roof requires water. If we want to plant trees and flowers on the roof of 100,000 schools and other buildings in Tokyo (roughly 50 million square-meters), we will need about 20 million cubic meters of water for the period of 30 days when rains are scarce. This will be equivalent to twice the amount of water in Lake Tama and may cause a general shortage of water for other uses.

 

’†‹‰–â‘č@‚U‚UB@u”pŠü’Yz‚Ė‰ÎŽ–v

 

•Äƒyƒ“ƒVƒ‹ƒxƒjƒAB‚Ė’YzÕ’n‚Å‚S‚O”N—]‚č‚ā’n‰ē‚ĖÎ’Y‘w‚Ē”R‚Ļ‘ą‚¯AŽüˆÍ‚ĖX—Ņ‚ĒÄ‚Ģs‚­‚ŗ‚ę‚Ŋ‚čA“š˜H‚ĒŠ×–v‚ˇ‚é‚Č‚Į‚Č‚ĮŠÂ‹Ģ–â‘č‚Ē[‰ģ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚éB’n‰ē‰ÎĐ‚Ē‹N‚Ģ‚Ŋ‚Ė‚͈ę‹ã˜Z“ņ”NB’Ŧ‚Ė‚˛‚ŨÄ‹pę‚Ė‰Š‚Ē’n‰ē‚ĖÎ’Y‘w‚Ɉø‰Î‚ĩAu‚­ŠÔ‚É”R‚ĻL‚Ē‚Á‚ŊB’Yz‚Í‚P‚X‚T‚O”N‘ã”ŧ‚΂ɕŽR‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚ĒA–ņ‚Sį–œƒgƒ“‚Ē’n‰ē[‚­‚É–°‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚é‚Æ‚ĸ‚í‚ę‚éB @‚S‚O”N—]‚č‚ÅŠų‚É“Œ‹žƒh[ƒ€‚S‚QŒÂ•Ē‚É‘Š“–‚ˇ‚é–ņ‚Q•S–œ•Ŋ•ûƒ[ƒgƒ‹‚ĒÄŽ¸‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚ĒŽc‚č‚ĖÎ’Y‚Ē”R‚Ļs‚Ģ‚é‚Ė‚ɂ́A‚ ‚Ə­‚Č‚­‚Æ‚ā‚Q‚O‚O”N‚Š‚Š‚éB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Timxtomi, 29 February 12j

 

"Fire in the Closed Coal Mineh 

 

A coal seam fire has been smoldering for some 40 years at a closed coal mine in Pennsylvania, causing serious environmental problems like burning out of surrounding forests and subsidence of roads around. The fire started in 1962 when a fire set at a trash incineration pit in the town spread to the vein of coal underneath the pit, lighting the subsequent subterranean fire. The coal mine is said to have left 40 million tons of coal intact deep under the underground when it was closed in the midst of 1950fs. These past 40 years, about two million square meter of the coal mine, forty-two times as large as Tokyo Dome, has burned out. Yet, at least 200 more years will be needed before the fire completely burns itself.

 

“Yí

 

"A Fire in the Closed Coal Mineh 

 

A coal seam fire has been smoldering for some 40 years at a closed coal mine in Pennsylvania, causing serious environmental problems like burning out of surrounding forests and subsidence of roads around. The fire started in 1962 when a fire set at a trash incineration pit in the town spread to the vein of coal underneath the pit, lighting the subsequent subterranean fire. The coal mine is said to have left 40 million tons of coal left intact deep under the underground when it was closed in the midst middle of 1950fs. Over Tthese past 40 years, about two million square meter of the coal mine,; that was roughly forty-two times as large as Tokyo Dome, has burned out. Yet, at least 200 more years will be needed before the fire completely burns itself out.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‚ˇ‚ׂĂĒ‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"A Fire in the Closed Coal Mineh 

 

A coal seam fire has been smoldering for some 40 years at a closed coal mine in Pennsylvania, causing serious environmental problems like burning out of surrounding forests and subsidence of roads around. The fire started in 1962 when a fire set at a trash incineration pit in the town spread to the vein of coal underneath the pit, lighting the subsequent subterranean fire. The coal mine is said to have 40 million tons of coal left intact deep under the underground when it was closed in the middle of 1950fs. Over these past 40 years, about two million square meter of the coal mine; that was roughly forty-two times as large as Tokyo Dome, has burned out. Yet, at least 200 more years will be needed before the fire completely burns itself out.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiLucca, 15 April 11j

 

Fire in the Closed Coal Mine Site in Pennsylvania

 

Environment problems are very serious in closed coal site in Pennsylvania in the US. Due to the underground coal-seam fire for forty years, the forests were burned and the roads sagged.

 

It started burning from a town's garbage incineration plant to the underground coal-seam in 1962. The coal mine which perhaps kept the coals of forty-million ton in the underground was closed in the mid-1950s. Since then, over the last forty years it has already burned on two million square meters wide which is the same as forty-twofold the Tokyo Dome. At least two hundred more years will be needed till It all burns out.

 

“Yí

 

A Fire in the Closed Coal Mine Site in Pennsylvania

 

Environment problems are becoming1 very serious at in a closed coal mine site in Pennsylvania, the United States in the US. Due to as an the underground coal-seam fire keeps burning for the last forty years, burning down the forests were burned and the and sagging down roads around sagged.

 

It The fire at the coal mine2 started when a fire burning from at a town's garbage incineration plant ignited to the an underground coal-seam in 1962. The coal mine which perhaps has kept the coals of forty-million tons of coal in the underground was closed in the mid-1950s. Since then, oOver the last forty years since then, it the fire has already burned on out about two million square meters of coal ,wide which is as large the same as forty-twofold the Tokyo Domes. Yet, Aat least two hundred more years will be needed before the fire till It all burns out all coal.

 

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1.       ŒģŨisŒ`‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Æ—ÕęŠ´‚Ē‚Å‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       ’Z‚ĸ•ļÍ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA–ŧŽŒ‚đŒJ‚č•Ô‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

A Fire in the Closed Coal Mine  in Pennsylvania

 

Environment problems are becoming very serious at a closed coal mine in Pennsylvania, the United States as an underground coal-seam fire keeps burning for the last forty years, burning down forests and sagging down roads around .

 

The fire at the coal mine started when a fire at a town's garbage incineration plant ignited   an underground coal-seam in 1962. The coal mine which perhaps has forty-million tons of coal in the underground was closed in the mid-1950s. Over the last forty years since then,  the fire has already burned out about two million square meters of coal, which is as large  as forty Tokyo Domes. Yet, at least two hundred more years will be needed before the fire burns out all coal.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚RiKalo, 14 December 10j

 

"Fire in the Closed Coal Mineh

 

A coal-seam fire has been burning over forty years at the old site of a coal mine in Pennsylvania. The fire has burnt out the surrounding forests and caved in the roads, causing serious environmental problems.

 

The fire started in 1962, when burning trash at a garbage pit caught the underground coal seam on fire, and then progressed so quickly. The coal mine was closed in the middle of 1950s but it is said that there are still some forty million tons of coal in the coal mine.

 

For the past forty years, about 2 million square meters of the coal mine, forty-two times larger than Tokyo Dome, has burnt out, but it will take at least 200 years for the rest of the coal to completely burn out.

 

“Yí

 

"Fire in the Closed Coal Mineh

 

A fire in the under-ground coal-seam fire has been burning over the last forty years at an the old coal mine site of a coal mine in Pennsylvania. The fire has also burnt out the surrounding forests and caved in the roads, causing serious environmental problems.

 

The fire started in 1962, when burning trash at a garbage pit caught the underground coal seam on fire, and then progressed so quickly. The coal mine was closed in the middle of 1950s but it is said that there are still some forty million tons of coal in the coal mine.

 

For the past forty years, about 2 million square meters of the coal mine, forty-two times larger as large as than Tokyo Dome, has have burnt out., but iIt will take at least 200 more years for the rest of the coal to be completely burn out.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"Fire in the Closed Coal Mineh

 

A fire in the under-ground coal-seam has been burning over the last forty years at an old coal mine site in Pennsylvania. The fire has also burnt out the surrounding forests and caved in the roads, causing serious environmental problems.

 

The fire started in 1962,when burning trash at a garbage pit caught the underground coal seam on fire, and then progressed so quickly. The coal mine was closed in the middle of 1950s but it is said that there are still some forty million tons of coal in the coal mine.

 

For the past forty years, about 2 million square meters of the coal mine, forty-two times as large as Tokyo Dome, have burnt out. It will take at least 200 more years for the rest of the coal to be completely burn out.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA14 February 09j

 

A fire in the closed coal mine site

 

At a closed coal mine site in Pennsylvania, a fire in a coal seam has lasted for more than forty years. The fire brought serious environmental hazards such as burning down the surrounding forest and collapsing the road above the site. The underground fire broke out in 1962. The flame of the refuse incineration plant in the town spread to the coal seam and extended itself in the blink of an eye in the underground. The coal mine was closed in the mid -1950fs but it is said that there is still about forty million tons of coal in the deep underground.

 

Around two million square meters of the coal mine site, which is equivalent of forty-two times as large as the Tokyo Dome, has already burned out for forty and more years. But it will take at least two hundred more years that the rest of the coal burns out.

 

“Yí

 

A fire in the closed coal mine site1

 

At a closed coal mine site in Pennsylvania, a fire in a the coal seam2 has lasted been burning for more than forty years. The fire brought serious environmental hazards damages such as a burn-out of burning down the surrounding forest in the surrounding area and collapses of collapsing the roads above the site3. The underground fire broke out in 1962. when the The flame from an of the refuse incineration plant in the town spread to the a coal seam in the mine and extended itself quickly to the whole underground coal mine4 in the blink of an eye in the underground. The coal mine was closed in the mid -1950fs but it is said that there is still about forty million tons of coal in the deep underground.

 

Around two million square meters of the coal mine site, which is equivalent of forty-two times as large as the Tokyo Domes, has already burned out for forty and more years. Bu tbut it will take at least two hundred more years that before the rest of the coal burns out.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

1.       closed mine‚Æ‚ ‚é‚Ė‚ÅŒģŨ‚Í•ÂŽR‚ŗ‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚Š‚įsite‚Í‚ĸ‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņB

 

2.       ‚ą‚Ė’Yz‚ĖÎ’Y‘w‚Å‚ˇ‚Š‚įthe coal seam‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

3.       A burn-out, collapses‚Æ–ŧŽŒ‚É‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

4.       uu‚­ŠÔv‚Æ‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA–¯‰Æ‚Ė‰ÎŽ–‚ƈá‚ĸA’n‰ē‚ĖÎ’Y‘w‚Ė‰ÎŽ–‚Å‚ˇ‚Š‚įAuu‚Ģ‚đ‚ˇ‚éŠÔ‚É”R‚ĻL‚Ē‚Á‚Ŋv‚Æ‚Í‚¨‚ā‚Ļ‚Ü‚š‚ņB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

A fire in the closed coal mine

 

At a closed coal mine in Pennsylvania, a fire in the coal seam has been burning for more than forty years. The fire brought serious environmental damages such as a burn-out of the forest in the surrounding area and collapses of the roads above the site. The underground fire broke out in 1962 when the flame from an incineration plant in the town spread to a coal seam in the mine and extended itself quickly to the whole underground coal mine. The coal mine was closed in the mid -1950fs but it is said that there is still about forty million tons of coal in the deep underground.

 

Around two million square meters of the coal mine site, which is equivalent of forty-two  Tokyo Domes, has already burned out but it will take at least two hundred more years before the rest of coal burns out.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Pi‚ŗ‚­‚įA12 September 07j

 

"Fire in the Abandoned Coal Mine"

 

The underground coal layer in an abandoned coal mine in Pennsylvania State, U.S. has been burning for around 40 years. The woods around the site were burned out and the road fell down in many places. The surrounding environment is deteriorating. The fire started in 1962 when the flame from garbage incineration plant ignited the underground coal layer. It was instantly spread. The coal mine was closed in the middle of 1950s, but they say that some 40 million tons of coal still remains in the mine. For forty years, two million square meters of the coal layer which is 42 times as large as Tokyo Dome was already burned out. It will take at least 200 years to burn out all of the coal.

 

“Yí

 

"Fire in the Abandoned Coal Mine in Pennsylvania"

 

The underground coal layer in an abandoned coal mine in Pennsylvania State, U.S. has been burning for around more than 40 years. The woods forests around the site were burned out down and the road fell down into the mine in many places. The surrounding environment is deteriorating. The fire started in 1962 when the a flame from a nearby garbage incineration plant ignited the underground coal layer. It The fire was instantly spread in the coal mine. The coal mine was closed in the middle of 1950s, but they say that some 40 million tons of coal still remains in the mine. For Over the last forty years, two million square meters of the coal layer which is 42 times as large as Tokyo Dome was has already burned out. but It will take at least 200 more years to burn out all of the coal in the mine.

 

ƒRƒƒ“ƒg

 

‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB‚ŋ‚å‚ą‚ŋ‚å‚ą‚Æ“Yí‚ĩ‚Ä“Į‚Ũ‚₡‚­‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"Fire in the Abandoned Coal Mine in Pennsylvania"

 

The underground coal layer in an abandoned coal mine in Pennsylvania State, U.S. has been burning for more than 40 years. The forests around the site were burned down and the road fell down into the mine in many places. The surrounding environment is deteriorating. The fire started in 1962 when a flame from a nearby garbage incineration plant ignited the underground coal layer. The fire instantly spread in the coal mine. The coal mine was closed in the middle of 1950s, but they say that some 40 million tons of coal still remains in the mine. Over the last forty years, two million square meters of the coal layer which is 42 times as large as Tokyo Dome has already burned out but It will take at least 200 more years to burn out all of the coal in the mine.

 

 

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ķŠÔŽR‚ōĄ”N‚QŒŽA‚P‚R”N‚Ô‚č‚É•Ŧ‰Î‚ĒŠm”F‚ŗ‚ę‚ŊB‚ą‚ę‚Ü‚ÅŽl‰ņA‚ĸ‚¸‚ę‚ā”÷Ŧ‚ŁA–ž‚į‚Š‚Čƒ}ƒOƒ}‚Ėã¸‚ÍŒŠ‚į‚ꂸAŽR‚ë‚­‚Ɋ댯‚Ē‹y‚Ԃ悤‚Č•Ŧ‰Î‚Í“––Ę‚Í‚Č‚ĸ‚ƍl‚Ļ‚į‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚éB‚ž‚ĒA‰ß‹Ž‚ÉŒƒ‚ĩ‚ĸŠˆ“Ž‚đŒJ‚č•Ô‚ĩ‚Ŋ“ú–{‚đ‘ã•\‚ˇ‚é‰ÎŽR‚ž‚¯‚ɁA’nŒŗ‚Å‚ÍŽŸ‚Ė“Ž‚Ģ‚đ’ˆĶ[‚­ŒŠŽį‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚éB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Timxtomi, 4 March 12j

 

"The Eruption of Mount Asamah 

 

In February this year, Mount Asama erupted for the first time in thirteen years. All of the 4 eruption so far observed were small, showing no indication of the magma welling up. Experts say there will be no major eruption that could endanger the foot of the volcano. However, given that the mountain is notorious for its violent volcanic activities in the past, local people are carefully monitoring how the things will develop.

 

“Yí

 

"The Eruption of Mount Asamah 

 

In February this year, Mount Asama erupted for the first time in thirteen years. All of the 4 four eruptions so far observed so far this year were small, showing no indication of the magma welling up. Experts say there will be no major eruption that could endanger people living at the foot of the volcano. However, given that the mountain is notorious for its violent volcanic activities in the past, local people are carefully monitoring how the things will develop.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"The Eruption of Mount Asamah 

 

In February this year, Mount Asama erupted for the first time in thirteen years. All of the four eruptions observed so far this year were small, showing no indication of the magma welling up. Experts say there will be no major eruption that could endanger people living at the foot of the volcano. However, given that the mountain is notorious for its violent volcanic activities in the past, local people are carefully monitoring how the things will develop.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiLucca, 16 April 11j

 

Eructation on the Mount Asama

 

The Mount Asama erupted fore times this February for the first time in thirteen years. But the eructation was very small and the figure of magma didn't obviously go up. The serious eructations that would affect the villages on the foot of the mountain don't seem to occur for a while. Local residents keep monitoring the mountain because the mountain is famous volcano that represents Japan with its active eructation history.

 

“Yí

 

Eructation The Eruption of on the Mount Asama

 

The Mount Asama erupted fore four times this February for the first time in thirteen years. But the eructation eruption was very small and the figure of magma didn't obviously move go up. The A serious eruption eructations that will would affect the villages on the foot of the mountain is not likely don't seem to occur for a while. Local residents keep monitoring the mountain because the mountain is famous for its violent volcanoic activities in the past and is one of major volcanoes in that represents Japan with its active eructation history1.

 

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1.       u‰ß‹Ž‚ÉŒƒ‚ĩ‚ĸŠˆ“Ž‚đŒJ‚č•Ô‚ĩ‚Ŋ“ú–{‚đ‘ã•\‚ˇ‚é‰ÎŽR‚ž‚¯‚Ɂv‚͘A‘ĖŒ`‚Ė“ú–{•ļ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA‰p•ļ‚Å‚Í“Yí‚Ė‚悤‚É“ņ‚‚ɕĒ‚¯‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

The Eruption of Mount Asama

 

Mount Asama erupted four times this February for the first time in thirteen years. But the eruption was very small and the magma didn't obviously move up. A serious eruption that will affect the villages on the foot of the mountain is not likely to occur for a while. Local residents keep monitoring the mountain because the mountain is famous for its violent volcanic activities in the past and is one of major volcanoes in Japan.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚RiKalo, 21 December 10j

 

"Mount Asama Eruptedh

 

In February this year, Mount Asama erupted for the first time in thirteen years. So far, four eruptions have been observed. But all of the eruptions were small and no signs have been confirmed that the magma coming up toward the crater. There has been also no likelihood that a major eruption will affect the foothills of the volcano. However, local people are watching Mount Asama carefully because it had a series of explosive eruptions in the past.

 

“Yí

 

"Mount Asama Eruptedh

 

In February this year, Mount Asama erupted for the first time in thirteen years. So far, four eruptions have been observed. But all of the eruptions were small and no signs have been confirmed that the magma was coming up toward the crater. There has been also no likelihood of that a major eruption that1 will affect the foothills of the volcano. However, local people are carefully watching Mount Asama carefully2 because it had a series of explosive eruptions in the past.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

1.       ‚ą‚Ė•ļÍ\‘ĸ‚Ė‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

2.       Å‹ß‚Í“ú–{Œę•—‚É•›ŽŒ‚đ“ŽŽŒ‚Ė‘O‚É’u‚­‚ą‚Æ‚Ē‘Ŋ‚­‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"Mount Asama Eruptedh

 

In February this year, Mount Asama erupted for the first time in thirteen years. So far, four eruptions have been observed. But all of the eruptions were small and no signs have been confirmed that the magma was coming up toward the crater. There has been also no likelihood of a major eruption that will affect the foothills of the volcano. However, local people are carefully watching Mount Asama because it had a series of explosive eruptions in the past.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ŗ‚­‚įA20 September 07j

 

gExplosions at Mt. Asamah

 

In February of this year, explosions were confirmed at Mt. Asama for the first time in thirteen years. So far, four small explosions were observed but the magmas did not ascend yet. Big explosions which will affect mountainsides are not supposed to occur for a while. Close attention should be paid because Mt. Asama is one of the most active volcanoes in Japan which has ever had big explosions many times.

 

“Yí

 

gExplosions at Mt. Asamah

 

In February of this year, several explosions were confirmed at Mt. Asama for the first time in thirteen years. So far, four small explosions were observed but the magmas did not ascend yet. Big explosions which will can endanger and properties in the foothills1 affect mountainsides are not supposed to occur for a while. However, Cclose attention should be paid because Mt. Asama is one of the most active volcanoes in Japan which has ever had big explosions many times in the past.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB‰ÎŽR‚Ė•Ŧ‰Î‚Ía volcanic eruption‚Š‚Č‚Æ‚¨‚ā‚Á‚ÄŽĢ‘‚đˆø‚­‚ƁAWhen a volcano erupts, it throws out a lot of hot, melted rock called lava, as well as ash and steam.‚Æ‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇB‚ą‚ĖķŠÔŽR‚Ė•Ŧ‰Î‚Å‚Í—nŠâ‚Ė•Ŧo‚Í‚Č‚Š‚Á‚Ŋ‚Ė‚ŁAeruptions‚æ‚čexplosions‚Ē“K“–‚Å‚ĩ‚傤‚ˁB

 

1.       affect the mountainside‚Æ‚ˇ‚é‚ƁA•Ŧ‰Î‚ĒŽR‚Ė’†• ‚Ē•ĪŒ`‚ˇ‚éA‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤ˆĶ–Ą‚ÉŽæ‚ę‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gExplosions at Mt. Asamah

 

In February this year, several explosions were confirmed at Mt. Asama for the first time in thirteen years. So far, four small explosions were observed but the magma did not ascend yet. Big explosions which can endanger and properties in the foothills are not supposed to occur for a while. However, close attention should be paid because Mt. Asama is one of the most active volcanoes in Japan which had big explosions many times in the past.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiJasmine, 23 Sept 03j

 

gEruptions of Mt. Asamah

 

In February this year, several eruptions were observed at Mt. Asama after 13 years. Four minor eruptions took place but no upward movement of magma was observed. At present, it is considered that there will be no major eruption that can endanger the foothills. Nevertheless, people are watching Mt. Asama closely because it is one of the most famous volcanoes in Japan that has a history of violent volcanic activities in the past.

 

“Yí

 

gEruptions of on Mt. Asamah

 

In February this year, several eruptions were observed at Mt. Asama after 13 years, which had been dormant for 13 years1. Four minor eruptions took place but no upward movement of magma was observed. At present, it is considered appears2 that there will be no major eruption that can could endanger people and properties3 in the foothills. Nevertheless3, local people are watching Mt. Asama closely because it is one of the most famous active4 volcanoes in Japan that has a history of violent volcanic activities activity in the past.

 

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1.       after the last eruption 13 years ago‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ā‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA“Yí‚ł͏­‚ĩā–ž‚đ‰Á‚Ļ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

2.       u`‚ƍl‚Ļ‚į‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚év‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤•\Œģ‚Í“ú–{•ļ‚É‚æ‚­‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇBu‰ÎŽR‚Ėę–å‰Æ‚́`‚ƍl‚Ļ‚Ä‚ĸ‚év‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤•ļ‚đŽķgŒ`‚Å•\Œģ‚ĩ‚āu‰ÎŽR‚Ėę–å‰Æv‚đČ—Ē‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB‰p•ļ‚Å‚āIt is considered thatc‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤Œ`‚Í‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA‚ą‚Ė‚Æ‚Ģ‚Ė‰B‚ę‚ŊŽåŒę‚́uĸ‚Ė’†‚Ėlˆę”ʁv‚đŽw‚ˇę‡‚Ē‘Ŋ‚­A‚ą‚Ė“ú–{•ļ‚Ė—á‚Ė‚悤‚ɉB‚ę‚ŊŽåŒę‚Ē“Á’č‚Ėl‚ĖŽž‚Í It is considered by volcano researchers thatc‚Æ‚ĩ‚Č‚ĸ‚Æ•ļ‚ĒžB–†‚ČŠ´‚ļ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB“Yí‚Å‚Íit appears thatc‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB‚ą‚ę‚Å‚ā‰B‚ę‚ŊŽåŒę‚Í•\‚ɏo‚Ä‚Ģ‚Ü‚š‚ņ‚ĒAuiŽ„‚Ē‚Ēę–å‰Æ‚ɘb‚đ‚Ģ‚ĸ‚Ŋ‚Æ‚ą‚ë‚É‚æ‚é‚Ɓj`‚Ė‚悤‚žBv‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤Š´‚ļ‚É‚Č‚čAit is said thatc‚Æ‚æ‚č“ā—e‚Ė•\Œģ‚ĒĪ‹É“I‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       ‚ą‚Ė•ļ–Ŧ‚Å•ļ‚Æ•ļ‚đ‚‚Ȃ°‚é‚Ė‚É“K“–‚Č•›ŽŒ‚Å‚ˇ‚ˁB

 

4.       Famous ‚Ė“ā—e‚đ‹ī‘Ė“I‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gEruptions on Mt. Asamah

 

In February this year, several eruptions were observed at Mt. Asama, which had been dormant for 13 years. Four minor eruptions took place but no upward movement of magma was observed. At present, it appears that there will be no major eruption that could endanger people and properties in the foothills. Nevertheless, local people are watching Mt. Asama closely because it is one of the most active volcanoes in Japan that has a history of violent volcanic activity in the past.

 

 

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ƒlƒbƒg‚ĖƒTƒCƒg—˜—p—ŋ‚Č‚ĮŽg‚Á‚ŊŠo‚Ļ‚Ē‚Č‚ĸƒCƒ“ƒ^[ƒlƒbƒg‚ĖƒTƒCƒg—˜—p—ŋ‚Č‚Į‚ĖŽx•Ĩ‚ĸ‚đA‚Í‚Ē‚Ģ‚⃁[ƒ‹A“d˜b‚Č‚Į‚Å‹ē”—“I‚É—v‹‚ŗ‚ę‚éu‰Ë‹ķŋ‹v‚Ė”íŠQ‚ĒŒã‚đâ‚Ŋ‚Č‚ĸB–ŗŽ‹‚ˇ‚ę‚΋ā‘K–Ę‚Å‚ĖŽĀŠQ‚Í‚Č‚ĸ‚ĒA¸_“I‚Č‹ę’É‚Í‘å‚Ģ‚ĸBUžæ‚ĖŒûĀ‚Ē‚ ‚é‹âs‚É‘i‚Ļ‚ę‚΁A‹âs‘¤‚Ē’˛¸‚ĩAŒûĀ‚đ•ÂŊ‚ˇ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚ā‚ ‚éB‹ÆŽŌ‚ɐŋ‹‚đ‚â‚ß‚ŗ‚š‚é‚ɂ́AŒûĀ”ԍ†‚đ‹âs‚ɘA—‚ĩA‘΍ô‚đ‹‚ß‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Ē—LŒø‚žB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 4 March 12j

 

"Billing Frauds on Interneth 

 

There seems to be no end to the number of billing frauds which call for your payments for services you have never received such as an internet access charge for a particular site. The fraudulent bills come to you in the form of postcards, emails or phone calls, often with a threatening tone. You can simply ignore the bills without suffering any tangible monetary damage. Still, you may suffer mental anguish. You may want to ask for help from the bank having an account to which you are requested to remit your payment. The bank will investigate and may close the account. Reporting the account number of the shady payee to the bank and soliciting their investigation is an effective way to stop the fraudulent company from sending you the fake invoices.

 

“Yí

 

"Billing Frauds on Interneth 

 

There seems to be no end to the number of billing frauds on the Internet which call for your payments for services you have never received such as an internet access charge for a particular site. The fraudulent bills come to you in the form of postcards, e-mails or phone calls, often with a threatening tone. You can simply ignore the bills without suffering any tangible monetary damage. Still, you may suffer mental anguish. You may want to ask for help from the bank having an account to which you are requested to remit your payment. The bank will investigate your complain and may close the account. Reporting the account number of the a shady payee to a the bank and soliciting their investigation is an effective way to stop the fraudulent company from sending you any more the fake invoices.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"Billing Frauds on Interneth 

 

There seems to be no end to the number of billing frauds on the Internet which call for your payments for services you have never received such as an internet access charge for a particular site. The fraudulent bills come to you in the form of postcards, e-mail or phone calls, often with a threatening tone. You can simply ignore the bills without suffering any tangible monetary damage. Still, you may suffer mental anguish. You may want to ask for help from the bank having an account to which you are requested to remit your payment. The bank will investigate your complain and may close the account. Reporting the account number of a shady payee to a bank and soliciting their investigation is an effective way to stop the fraudulent company from sending you any more fake invoices.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 16 April 11j

 

Billing Fraud on the Internet

 

Many people are victimized by billing fraud on the Internet. They are threateningly claimed payment of Internet sites that they never use by letters, e-mails and phone calls. If they ignore bills, they don't have financial damages, but it remains mental damages.

 

The bank could check the account number and close this account if they report their damages to a bank that has the account number of a billing fraud.  The effective way to put a stop to billing frauds is that they should inform the bank about the bank account number to be used for the billing fraud.

 

“Yí

 

Billing Fraud Billing on the Internet

 

Many people are victimized by billing fraud billing on the Internet. The victims1 They are threateninglyed to make claimed payment to an of Internet sites that they have never used by letters, e-mails and phone calls. If they ignore bills, they don't have any financial damages, but may still suffer2 it remains mental damages.

 

The A bank can could check the account number of a fraud bill and close this account if they a victim of such a fraud reports his/her their damages to a bank that has the account number of a billing fraud.  The An effective way to put a stop to billing frauds billing is that they a victim should informs the bank about the bank account number to be used for the billing fraud billing.

 

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1.       ‚ą‚Ė•ļÍ‚É‚Í‚ĸ‚ë‚ĸ‚ë‚Č“oęl•¨‚Ē‚ĸ‚é‚Ė‚ŁA‘ã–ŧŽŒ‚đŽg‚킸‚É–ŧŽŒ‚Ől•¨‚Ē‚ˇ‚Ž‚É‚í‚Š‚é‚悤‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       ‚ą‚Ė•ļ‚Ė‘O”ŧ‚ĖŽåŒę‚Ēthey‚Å‚ˇ‚Š‚įAŒã”ŧ‚ā‚ą‚ĖŽåŒę‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ˇB•Ā—ņ•ļ‚Ė‚Č‚Š‚ÅŽåŒę‚đ•Ī‚Ļ‚é‚Æ“ā—e‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚É‚­‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

Fraud Billing on the Internet

 

Many people are victimized by fraud billing on the Internet. The victims are threatened to make payment to an Internet site that they have never used by letters, e-mails and phone calls. If they ignore bills, they don't have any financial damage but may still suffer mental damage.

 

A bank can check the account number of a fraud bill and close this account if a victim of such a fraud reports his/her damage. An effective way to put a stop to fraud billing is that a victim informs the bank about the bank account number to be used for the fraud billing.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 19 December 10j

 

"Billing Fraud Involving Internet Useh

 

Billing fraud cases involving Internet use are rampant. Victims are forced by threatening mail, e-mail or call to pay the bill for a website they donft remember having visited.

 

You can avoid financial damage as long as you ignore such a bill but you may suffer mental anguish. To prevent fraud billing, one of the measures you can take is to ask a bank for cooperation. You can ask a bank to investigate the account you are threatened to pay into. The bank will close the account if they find it is used for billing fraud.

 

“Yí

 

"Billing Fraud on the Involving Internet Useh

 

Billing fraud cases involving on the Internet use are is rampant. Victims are sometimes forced into paying a fraudulent bill for a website they donft remember having visited1 by threatening mail, e-mail or a telephone call to pay the bill for a website they donft remember having visited.

 

You can avoid financial damage as long as you ignore such a bill but you may suffer mental anguish. To prevent billing fraud billing, one of the measures you can take is to ask a bank  which has an account2 where you are supposed to send your payment to for cooperation. You can ask a The bank can to investigate the account you are threatened to pay into. The bank and will close it the account down3 if they find that the account it is used for billing fraud.

 

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1.       ‚ą‚ą‚É“ü‚ę‚Ŋ•û‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

2.       ‚Į‚Ė‚悤‚Č‹âs‚Š‚đÅ‰‚ɐā–ž‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

3.       The bank investigates and closes it down.‚Æ‘ą‚ĸ‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚₡‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"Billing Fraud on the Internet h

 

Billing fraud on the Internet is rampant. Victims are sometimes forced into paying a fraudulent bill for a website they donft remember having visited by threatening mail, e-mail or a telephone call 

 

You can avoid financial damage as long as you ignore such a bill but you may suffer mental anguish. To prevent billing fraud, you can ask the bank which has an account where you are supposed to send your payment to. The bank can investigate the account and close it  down if they find that the account is used for billing fraud.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚ ‚ˇ‚ŠA31 January 10j

 

"Online Bill Fraud"

 

There seems to be no end of online crimes where internet service companies send users the invoice which charges unused internet site fees by mails and e-mails, or threats by phone calls. If you ignored the bill, you would get rid of the payment but cause emotional discomfort. If you claim the bank had transferred the account, the bank will be investigated the account and may close it. To stop sending the bill, you have to take some measures, such as calling the bank and notifying the account number of the fraud company.

 

“Yí

 

"Online Bill Fraudulent Billing on the Internet"

 

There seems to be no end of to internet online crimes in which you receive a bill by e-mail, letter or telephone from where internet service a companiesy on the internet for its service which you have never used  send users the invoice which charges unused internet site fees by mails and e-mails, or threats by phone calls. If you ignored the bill, you donft lose any money would get rid of the payment but suffer some cause emotional discomfort. If you inform claim the bank to which you are supposed to send your payment had transferred the account, the bank will be investigated the account of this fraudulent company and may close it. To stop the fraudulent company sending a the bill to you, you have to take some measures, such as the above example calling the bank and notifying the account number of the fraud company.

 

ƒRƒƒ“ƒg

 

‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚ɍ\•ļã‚Ė–â‘č‚Ē‚ ‚čA“ā—e‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņB‚ĸ‚ë‚ĸ‚ë‚ȐlA‰īŽĐ‚Ē•ļÍ‚Ė’†‚ɏo‚Ä‚­‚é‚ĖA‚Ü‚¸‚ģ‚ę‚į‚ĖŠÔ‚ĖŠÖŒW‚đ—‰đAŽ—‚ĩ‚Ä‚Š‚įA‰p•ļ‚Å•\Œģ‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤BƒCƒ“ƒ^[ƒlƒbƒgã‚ɃTƒCƒg‚đŽ‚ŋ‚ ‚éŽí‚ĖƒT[ƒrƒX‚đ’ņ‹Ÿ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚é‰īŽĐ‚Ē‚ ‚éB‚ ‚Č‚Ŋ‚Í‚ą‚Ė‰īŽĐ‚Š‚į“dŽqƒ[ƒ‹A—t‘A“d˜b‚ÅŽg‚Á‚ŊŠo‚Ļ‚Ė‚Č‚ĸƒT[ƒrƒX—ŋ‹ā‚đŋ‹‚ŗ‚ę‚éB‚ą‚ę‚į‚Ėŋ‹‚đ–ŗŽ‹‚ĩ‚Ä‚¨‚¯‚΁AŽĀŠQ‚Í‚Č‚ĸB‰Ë‹ķŋ‹‚đŽ~‚ß‚éˆę‚‚Ė•û–@‚́A‚ą‚Ė‰īŽĐ‚ĖƒT[ƒrƒX—ŋ‹ā‚ĖŽx•Ĩ‚ĸæ‚ÉŽw’č‚ŗ‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚é‹âsŒûĀ‚đŽ‚Â‹âs‚É“d˜b‚ĩ‚ÄŽ–î‚đā–ž‚ˇ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Å‚ ‚éB‹âs‚Í‚ą‚Ė‰īŽĐ‚Ė“ā—e‚đ’˛¸‚ĩ‚āA•K—v‚Ē‚ ‚ę‚ÎŒûĀ‚đ•ÂŊ‚ˇ‚éB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

" Fraudulent Billing on the Internet"

 

There seems to be no end to internet online crimes in which you receive a bill by e-mail, letter or telephone from a company on the internet for its service which you have never used. If you ignored the bill, you donft lose any money but suffer some emotional discomfort. If you inform the bank to which you are supposed to send your payment, the bank will investigate the account of this fraudulent company and may close it. To stop the fraudulent company send a bill to you, you have to take some measures such as the above example .

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ŗ‚­‚įA24 September 07j

 

gBilling fraud for Internet Useh

 

Billing frauds which force Internet users to pay access fees for web sites by mail, e-mail or telephone continue to be sent. The users do not actually access to those web sites. If you ignore those notices, you do not suffer from practical damage, but you often get mental damage. When you report it to the bank whose account criminals instruct to pay to, the bank will research the account owner and close the account. To stop the billing fraud, it is effective to report the account number to the bank and ask for any solutions.

 

“Yí

 

gFraudulent Billing fraud for Internet Usersh

 

Fraudulent Bbilling frauds for unused Internet web services which force Internet users to pay access fees for web sites by mail, e-mail or telephone continues to be sent. The users do not actually access to those web sites. If you ignore those the billing notices, you do not suffer from any financial practical damage, but you often get mental damage anguish. When you report it to the bank whose account criminals the fraudster instructs you to pay into, the bank will research the account owner and close the account. To stop the such fraudulent billing fraud, it is effective to report the account number to the bank and ask for any solutions.

 

ƒRƒƒ“ƒg

 

‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘å•”•Ē‚Í‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒAƒL[ƒZƒ“ƒeƒ“ƒX‚ĖBilling frauds which force Internet users to pay access fees for web sites by mail, e-mail or telephone continue to be sent.‚ĖˆĶ–Ą‚Ē‚Í‚Á‚Ģ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚š‚ņB‰ēü•”•Ē‚ĒuƒEƒFƒu‚Ö‚ĖƒAƒNƒZƒX—ŋ‹ā‚đŽčŽ†A“dŽqƒ[ƒ‹A“d˜b‚ÅŽx•Ĩ‚¤v‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB‚ą‚Ė‚悤‚ČˆĶ–Ą‚É‚Č‚é‚Ė‚Íbilling frauds‚Ėbilling‚Ēŋ‹‘‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤ˆĶ–Ą‚Ē‚ ‚čAbilling continues to be sent.‚Æ‘ą‚­‚Š‚į‚Å‚ˇByou often get mental damage‚Í•|‚ĸ˜b‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA‚Å‚Í‚Į‚¤‚ĩ‚и_áŠQ‚É‚Č‚é‚Ė‚Š‚ȁA‚Æ‹^–â‚Ēļ‚ļ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gFraudulent Billing for Internet Usersh

 

Fraudulent billing for unused Internet web services by mail, e-mail or telephone continues to be sent. If you ignore the billing, you do not suffer any financial damage, but you often get mental anguish. When you report it to the bank whose account the fraudster instructs you to pay into, the bank will research the account owner and close the account. To stop such fraudulent billing, it is effective to report the account number to the bank.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiƒPƒ“A15 Sept 03j

 

gFake Invoices on the Interneth

 

Fake invoices for unused services are still prevalent on the Internet. Some fake invoices are sent to people by regular mail and e-mail with threatening contents. If receivers of such fake invoice ignore them, they can avoid any financial damage. But they suffer mentally. When the invoice has a bank account for payment, people can contact the bank with which the account is registered. The bank can investigate and may close the account. This is an effective way of stopping the sender of the fake invoice send any further invoice.

 

“Yí

 

gFake Invoices on the Interneth

 

Fake invoices for unused services are still prevalent on the Internet. Some fake invoices are sent to people by regular mail and e-mail with threatening contents1. If rReceivers of such fake invoices can ignore them, they can and avoid any financial damages2. Bbut they suffer mentally mental anguish. When the invoice has a bank account for payment, people can contact the bank with which the account number is registered3. The bank can investigate and may close the account. This is an effective way of stopping the sender of the fake invoice from sending any further invoices.

 

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1.       ƒPƒ“‚ŗ‚ņ‚́uƒlƒbƒg‚ĖƒTƒCƒg—˜—p—ŋ‚Č‚ĮŽg‚Á‚ŊŠo‚Ļ‚Ē‚Č‚ĸƒCƒ“ƒ^[ƒlƒbƒg‚ĖƒTƒCƒg—˜—p—ŋ‚Č‚Į‚ĖŽx•Ĩ‚ĸ‚đA‚Í‚Ē‚Ģ‚⃁[ƒ‹A“d˜b‚Č‚Į‚Å‹ē”—“I‚É—v‹‚ŗ‚ę‚éu‰Ë‹ķŋ‹v‚Ė”íŠQ‚ĒŒã‚đâ‚Ŋ‚Č‚ĸBv‚đ“ú–{•ļ‚Ė\‘ĸ‚Ė‚Æ‚į‚í‚ꂸ‚É“ā—e‚𐎗‚ĩ‚ďãŽč‚ɉp•ļ‚Å•\Œģ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇBu‰Ë‹ķŋ‹v‚đŽåŒę‚É‚ĩ‚Ä•ļ‚đŠČ–ž‚É‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       u–ŗŽ‹‚ˇ‚ę‚΋ā‘K–Ę‚Å‚ĖŽĀŠQ‚Í‚Č‚ĸBv‚́u‚ā‚ĩ`‚ˇ‚ę‚΁A`‚Å‚ ‚éBv‚Ė‰p•ļ‚ĖŒ`‚ā‚‚Š‚Ļ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA“Yí‚Ė‚悤‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Æ“ā—e‚Ē‹­‚­•\Œģ‚Å‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       “Yí‚Ė‚悤‚ÉČ—Ē‚Å‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gFake Invoices on the Interneth

 

Fake invoices for unused services are still prevalent on the Internet. Some fake invoices are sent to people by regular mail and e-mail with threatening contents. Receivers of such fake invoices can ignore them and avoid any financial damages but they suffer  mental anguish. When the invoice has a bank account for payment, people can contact the bank with the account number. The bank can investigate and may close the account. This is an effective way of stopping the sender of the fake invoice from sending any further invoices.

 

 

’†‹‰–â‘č@‚U‚X@u‘–¯”N‹ā•ÛŒ¯—ŋ‚Ė‹­§’ĨŽûv

 

‘–¯”N‹ā•ÛŒ¯—ŋ‚Ė”[•t—Ļ‚Ē‰ß‹ŽÅˆĢ‚Æ‚Č‚Á‚Ŋ–â‘č‚ÅŽĐ‰ī•ÛŒ¯’Ą‚Í‚P‚S“ú‚܂łɁAŠ“ž‚âāŽY‚Ē‚ ‚é‚É‚ā‚Š‚Š‚í‚į‚¸•ÛŒ¯—ŋ‚đ”[‚ß‚Č‚ĸˆĢŽŋ‚Č–ĸ”[ŽŌ–ņ‚P–œl‚đƒŠƒXƒgƒAƒbƒv‚ĩ‚Ä‹­§’ĨŽû‚ɏæ‚čo‚ˇ•ûj‚đŒˆ‚ß‚ŊB‚XŒŽ‚É‚ā‘S‘‚ĖŽĐ‰ī•ÛŒ¯Ž––ą‹Į‚ɃŠƒXƒgėŦ‚đŽwŽĻBÅI“I‚ȓ‘Ŗ‚É‚ā‰ž‚ļ‚Č‚ĸę‡‚́A—a’™‹ā‚Č‚Į‚Ėˇ‚ĩ‰Ÿ‚ŗ‚ĻŽč‘ą‚Ģ‚É“ü‚é\‚Ļ‚žBˇ‚ĩ‰Ÿ‚ŗ‚Ļ‚ĖŽĀŽ{‚Í—ˆ”N‚É‚Č‚é‚Æ‚Ũ‚į‚ę‚éB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Timxtomi, 4 March 12j

 

"Compulsory Collection of National Pension Premiumsh 

 

In the wake of record low collection rate of the national pension premiums, the Social Insurance Agency has decided on August 14 to embark on compulsory collection of the premiums from about 10 thousand gross delinquents who are not paying in spite of being able to. The agency is going to instruct all its local offices to prepare the lists of deadbeats as early as September. Should those on the blacklist ignore the final demand for payment, the agency will immediately go through the procedure for garnishing their liquid assets. The procedure including the garnishment will be enforced next year.

 

“Yí

 

"Compulsory Collection of National Pension Premiumsh 

 

In the wake of record low collection rate of the national pension premiums, the Social Insurance Agency has decided on August 14 to embark on compulsory collection of the premiums from about 10 thousand gross delinquents who are not paying in spite of being able to. The agency is going to instruct all its local offices to prepare the lists of deadbeats as early as September. Should those on the blacklist ignore the final demand for payment, the agency will immediately go through the procedure for garnishing their liquid assets. The procedure including the garnishment will be enforced next year.

 

ƒRƒƒ“ƒg

 

“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB“Yí‰ĶŠ‚Í‚ ‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņB

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiLucca, 20 April 11j

 

National Pension Insurance is Collected by Force

 

The rate of national pension payment reached the lowest record. Following this problem, the Social Insurance Agency announced the plan to ensure full payment from people who haven't paid for the national pension insurance intentionally although they have stable source of income and their property. 

 

This September, the Agency gives instruction to the social insurance offices nationwide to make a list of ten thousand people who haven't paid for the national pension insurance. Then each insurance office urges the pension insurance payment to listed people. If some people still refuse or ignore the payment until the last minute, the office informs their bank and goes through procedure to attach their assets such as the deposit. Their assets will be in foreclosure next year.

 

“Yí

 

National Pension Insurance Premiums1 are is Collected by Force

 

The rate of people paying in the national pension premiums payment has reached the lowest record. To overcome Following this problem, the Social Insurance Agency announced a the plan to ensure full payment from people who haven't paid for the national pension insurance premiums intentionally although they have stable sources of income and financial assets their property. 

 

This September, the Agency will gives an instruction to the social insurance offices nationwide to make a list of ten thousand people who haven't paid for the national pension insurance premiums. Then each insurance office will urges those on the list to pay2 their the pension insurance premiums payment to listed people. If they some people still refuse or ignore their payments until the last minute, the office informs their banks and goes through the procedure to garnishee attach their assets such as their deposits. This last procedure of garnisheeing Ttheir assets will be put into practice in foreclosure next year.

 

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1.       •ÛŒ¯—ŋ‚͈ę”Ę“I‚Éa premium‚Æ‚ĸ‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       I urge you to take my advice.‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤Œ`‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

National Pension Premiums are Collected by Force

 

The rate of people paying in the national pension premiums has reached the lowest record. To overcome this problem, the Social Insurance Agency announced a plan to ensure full payment from people who haven't paid the national pension premiums intentionally although they have stable sources of income and financial assets. 

 

This September, the Agency will give an instruction to the social insurance offices nationwide to make a list of ten thousand people who haven't paid the national pension  premiums. Then each insurance office will urge those on the list to pay their pension premiums. If they still refuse or ignore their payments, the office informs their banks and goes through the procedure to garnishee their assets such as their deposits. This last procedure of garnisheeing their assets will be put into practice next year.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚ŗ‚­‚įA27 September 07j

 

gCompulsory Collection of National Pension Premiumsh

 

The Social Insurance Agency decided on 14th that it would start to collect the national pension premiums compulsorily from about ten thousand people who were listed as malicious cases because they had not paid premiums even though they afforded to pay it. This year, the payment rate of the national pension premiums has become the worst level in the past. In September the agency is going to instruct to all its insurance offices across the country to list up citizens who do not pay the premiums. The agency will not hesitate to order for attachment of saving money of those who refuse to pay premiums against the final calls. The implementation of the attachment will start next year.

 

“Yí

 

gCompulsory Collection of National Pension Premiumsh

 

The Social Insurance Agency has decided on the14th that it would start to collect the national pension premiums compulsorily from about ten thousand people who were listed as malicious cases because they had not paid their premiums even though they could afforded to pay it them. This year, the payment collection rate of the national pension premiums has become reached the worst level in the past. In September the aAgency is going to instruct to all its insurance offices across the country to list up citizens who have do not pay paid their premiums. The aAgency will not hesitate to garnishee their order for attachment of savings money of those who if they refuse to pay their premiums after against the final calls notices. The implementation of this new policy the attachment will start next year.

 

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‰p•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇBattachment‚É–@—Ĩ—pŒę‚Łuˇ‚ĩ‰Ÿ‚ŗ‚Ļv‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤ˆĶ–Ą‚Ē‚ ‚é‚Ė‚đ’m‚č‚Ü‚š‚ņ‚Å‚ĩ‚ŊB‚ā‚¤­‚ĩˆę”Ę“I‚Čgarnishee‚đŽg‚ĸ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊBthe payment rate of the national pension premiums‚Í•ļ–Ŧ‚Š‚įu”[•t—Ļv‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚ž‚낤‚Ɛ„‘Ē‚Å‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA•ÛŒ¯—ŋ‚ĖŠ„‡A‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚悤‚ɉđŽß‚Å‚Ģ‚é‚Ė‚Å•´‚į‚í‚ĩ‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gCompulsory Collection of National Pension Premiumsh

 

The Social Insurance Agency has decided on the14th that it would start to collect the national pension premiums compulsorily from about ten thousand people who were listed as malicious cases because they had not paid their premiums even though they could afford to pay them. This year, the collection rate of the national pension premiums has reached the worst level. In September the Agency is going to instruct all its insurance offices across the country to list up citizens who have not paid their premiums. The Agency will not hesitate to garnishee their savings if they refuse to pay their premiums after the final notices. The implementation of this new policy will start next year.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚QiKalo, 17 June 07j

 

Compulsory Collection of National Pension Premiums

 

The Social Insurance Agency plans to enforce compulsory collection from malicious delinquents in an effort to cope with the record-high rate of unpaid national pension premiums. The agency will call on local social insurance offices as early as September to list some 10,000 malicious delinquents who don't pay their national pension premiums although they can afford to. The agency also plans to seize assets from delinquents on the list who ignore the final notice of payment. But the plan is unlikely to put into practice within this year.

 

“Yí

 

Compulsory Collection of National Pension Premiums

 

The Social Insurance Agency plans to enforce compulsory collection of National Pension Plan premiums1 from on2 malicious delinquents in an effort to cope with the record-high rate of unpaid national pension premiums. The agency will call on local social insurance offices as early as September3 to list some 10,000 malicious delinquents who don't pay their national pension premiums although they can afford to and start strongly urge them to pay their premiums. If the final notice of payment is ignored4, Tthe agency also plans to seize their assets from delinquents on the list who ignore the final notice of payment. But this final measure for collecting premiums the plan is unlikely to put into practice within this year.

 

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1.       ƒ^ƒCƒgƒ‹‚ÉNational Pension Plan premiums‚Æ“ü‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA–{•ļ‚É‚ā“ü‚ę‚Ŋ‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

2.       enforce compulsory collection of premiums on delinquents, enforce compulsory payment of premiums from delinquents  ‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇBcollection‚Æpayment‚Æ“Žė‚ĖŽå‘Ė‚Ēˆá‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ˁB

 

3.       –â‘č‚É“ú•t‚đŗŠm‚É“ü‚ę‚é‚Ė‚đ–Y‚ę‚Ü‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚ĒA‚Q‚O‚O‚R”N‚WŒŽ‚ĖV•ˇ‹LŽ–‚ÉŠî‚Âĸ‚Ŋ–â‘č‚Å‚ĩ‚ŊB“–ŽžA‘–¯”N‹ā•ÛŒ¯—ŋ‚Ė–ĸ”[–â‘č‚Ē•‚ã‚ĩ‚āA—L—ÍŠt—ģ‚Ü‚Å•ÛŒ¯—ŋ‚đ•Ĩ‚¤‚Ė‚đ–Y‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚ŊA‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚ą‚Æ‚Å‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

4.       ‹­§’ĨŽû‚Ē‚Į‚Ė‚悤‚ČŽč’i‚đ‚Æ‚é‚Ė‚ŠŠo‚Ļ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚š‚ņ‚ĒA—a’™‹ā‚Č‚Į‚Ėˇ‚ĩ‰Ÿ‚ŗ‚Ļ‚ĒÅŒã‚ĖŽč’i‚ž‚Á‚Ŋ‚ÆŽv‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇBseize their assets‚Æ‚ˇ‚é‚Æ•s“ŽŽY‚ĖŠÜ‚ß‚Ŋˇ‚ĩ‰Ÿ‚ŗ‚Ļ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA—a’™‹ā‚Ėˇ‚ĩ‰Ÿ‚ŗ‚Ļ‚Č‚į‚Îseize their savings‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

Compulsory Collection of National Pension Premiums

 

The Social Insurance Agency plans to enforce compulsory collection of National Pension Plan premiums on malicious delinquents in an effort to cope with the record-high rate of unpaid national pension premiums. The agency will call on local social insurance offices as early as September to list some 10,000 malicious delinquents who don't pay their national pension premiums although they can afford to and start strongly urge them to pay their premiums. If the final notice of payment is ignored, the agency plans to seize their assets. But this final measure for collecting premiums is unlikely to put into practice within this year.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiTOMOKO, 4 Aug 03j

 

Forcibly Collecting gNational Pension Premiumsh

 

On August 14, 2003, the Social Insurance Agency finalized a policy in which the agency will list approximately 10,000 vicious people, who have failed to pay the national pension premiums although they have incomes or property, and then collect the premiums forcibly from them as a countermeasure against the worst nonpayment ratio. The agency is directing social insurance offices throughout Japan to make up the lists as early as September. If they continue ignoring even the final reminder, the agency intends to seize their deposits and savings, or others. The seizure is expected to be carried out next year.

 

“Yí

 

Forcibly Collecting gCompulsory Collection of1 gNational Pension Plan Premiumsh

 

On August 142, 2003, the Social Insurance Agency finalized a new policy in which that3 the aAgency4 will would5 list approximately 10,000 vicious people, who have had failed to pay the national pension premiums although they have had incomes or and property assets6, and then collect the premiums. forcibly from them The new policy will be adopted7 as a countermeasure against the worst non-payment ratio that the Agency has encountered. The aAgency is directing social insurance offices throughout Japan to make up the a lists as early as September. If they those on the list8 continue ignoring to ignore even the final reminder, the aAgency intends to seize their deposits and savings., or others9. But Tthe seizure is expected to be carried out next year.

 

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TOMOKO‚ŗ‚ņ‚Í“ú–{•ļ‚Ė“ā—e‚đ’š”J‚ɉp•ļ‚Å•\Œģ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB“Še‚Ė‚Ü‚Ü‚Å‚ā“ā—e‚Í‚æ‚­‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB“Yí‚Í“Še‚đ‚ˇ‚ą‚ĩ“Į‚Ũ‚₡‚­‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

1.       “ŽŽŒ‚đŽg‚Á‚ÄŒŠo‚ĩ‚đ‚‚¯‚é‚Ė‚Í‚æ‚ĸƒAƒCƒfƒBƒA‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒAForcibly collectingc‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚Ė‚Ē­‚ĩŒęŠ´‚Ē—Į‚­‚Č‚ĸ‚悤‚ÉŽv‚Ļ‚é‚Ė‚ŁAƒNƒ‰ƒVƒbƒN‚ÉCompulsory Collection of National Pension Premiums‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

2.       “ú–{•ļ‚Ėu‚P‚S“ú‚܂łɁv‚Í‚æ‚­l‚Ļ‚é‚ƉŊ‚đ‚P‚S“ú‚Ü‚Å‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Ė‚Š•s–ž‚Å‚ˇ‚ˁB

 

3.       ThatˆČ‰ē‚Ē‚ą‚Ė‚ ‚į‚į‚ĩ‚ĸ•ûj‚Ė“ā—e‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

4.       the agency ‚Å‚ā—Į‚ĸ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒAThe Social Insurance Agency ‚đ—Ē‚ĩ‚Äthe Agency‚Æ•\Œģ‚ˇ‚é•û–@‚Ē‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇBThe Social Insurance Agency (SCI)‚Æ‚ĩ‚Äthe SCI ‚Ü‚Ŋ‚Í’P‚ÉSCI‚Æ‚ˇ‚é•û–@‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

5.       “ŽŽŒ‚ĖŽž§‚Ėˆę’v‚Ė–â‘č‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA”­•\‚ĩ‚Ŋ‚Ė‚͉ߋŽ‚Å‚āŽĀÛ‚É•ûj‚đŽĀ’n‚ˇ‚é‚Ė‚Í–ĸ—ˆ‚Č‚Ė‚Åwill‚Æ‚ˇ‚éŽg‚ĸ•û‚āŒģŨ‚Å‚Í‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚ÍŽž§‚Ėˆę’v‚ɏ]‚Á‚Äwould‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊBVicious‚́u—–\‚ŗ⍓‚ȁv‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤ˆĶ–Ą‡‚ĸ‚Ē‹­‚­u‚¸‚é‚ĸv‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤Š´‚ļ‚Š‚į‰“‚ĸ‚Ė‚ÅČ‚Ģ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB‚ą‚Ė•ļÍ‚ČŒã”ŧ‚Å‚Į‚ņ‚Ȑl‚Ŋ‚ŋ‚Šā–ž‚ĩ‚Ä‚ ‚é‚Ė‚Å’P‚Épeople‚Å‚æ‚ĸ‚ÆŽv‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

6.       Žû“ü‚ƍāŽY‚ĖāŽY‚Í‹âs’™‹āA—X•Ö’™‹ā‚Č‚Į‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚ž‚Æ‚¨‚ā‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇ‚Š‚įAassets‚Ė‚Ų‚¤‚Ē‚æ‚ĸ‚Æ‚¨‚ā‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇBProperty‚Í•s“ŽŽY‚ĖˆĶ–Ą‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

7.       •ļ‚Ē’ˇ‚­‚Č‚é‚Ė‚Å‚ą‚ąØ‚Á‚ĐV‚ĩ‚ĸ•ļ‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

8.       They ‚ĖŽw‚ˇl‚Ŋ‚ŋ‚Æ—Ŗ‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚é‚ą‚ƂƁAThe Agency‚Å“­‚­l‚Ŋ‚ŋ‚āthey‚Å‚ˇ‚Š‚įA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Íthose (who are) on the list ‚Æ–žŠm‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚ŊB

 

9.       “ú–{•ļ‚ł́u—a’™‹ā‚Č‚Į‚Ėv‚Æ‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚āu‚ģ‚Ė‘ŧv‚Ė‚ā‚Ė‚Ē‚ ‚é‚悤‚ČˆķÛ‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒA‚Č‚ņ‚ž‚Š‚í‚Š‚į‚Č‚ĸ‚Ė‚ʼnp•ļ‚Å‚ÍČ‚ĸ‚Ä‚æ‚ĸ‚ÆŽv‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

gCompulsory Collection of National Pension Premiumsh

 

On August 14, 2003, the Social Insurance Agency finalized a new policy that the Agency would list approximately 10,000 people who had failed to pay the premium although they had income and assets and collect the premium. The new policy will be adopted as a countermeasure against the worst non-payment ratio that the Agency has encountered. The Agency is directing social insurance offices throughout Japan to make up a list as early as September. If those on the list continue to ignore the final reminder, the Agency intends to seize their deposits and savings. But the seizure is expected to be carried out next year.

 

 

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ėŒ§‹Õ•Ŋ’Ŧ‚Ėƒ^ƒNƒV[‰īŽĐ‚ĒA‚¤‚Į‚ņ‚Ė—L–ŧ“X„‚č‚đ’S“–‚ˇ‚éę–åƒhƒ‰ƒCƒo[‚đ“ÆŽŠ‚É—{ŦA‚WŒŽ‚P‚T“ú‚Š‚įu‚¤‚Į‚ņƒ^ƒNƒV[v‚Æ‚ĩ‚ĉc‹Æ‚ˇ‚éBŠĪŒõ‹q‚Š‚į‚Ė—v–]‚ɉž‚Ļ‚Ŋ‚ā‚Ė‚ŁAŒi‹C‚Ė—â‚Ļž‚ņ‚Å‚ĸ‚é’†A‚¤‚Į‚ņƒu[ƒ€‚Ēļ‚ņ‚žV‚Ŋ‚ČŽų—v‚ÉŠú‘Ō‚Ē‚‚Ü‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚éB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 12 March 12j

 

"The Udon Taxih 

 

On August 15, a taxi company at Kotohira Town in Kagawa Prefecture will launch a new service, called gudon taxih whereby drivers specially trained in-house take tourists to popular udon restaurants in the town, concurrently servicing as tour guides. This is to accommodate increasing requests from tourists. Amid the ongoing economic slump, the town of Kotohira, and the taxi company as well are raising their expectations for the new business opportunity created by the udon boom.

 

“Yí

 

"The Udon Taxih 

 

On August 15, a taxi company at in Kotohira Town, in Kagawa Prefecture will launch a new service, called gudon taxih whereby drivers specially trained in-house take tourists to popular udon (Japanese noodle soup)1 restaurants in the town, concurrently servicing as tour guides. This is to accommodate increasing requests from tourists, reflecting the current udon boom. Amid the ongoing economic slump, the tTown of Kotohira, and the taxi company as well are raising their expectations for the new business opportunity created by the udon boom.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Ē‚í‚Š‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

1.       Ž„‚Ė’ŦilŒû110–œj‚ĖƒX[ƒp[‚É‚Í‚ĸ‚ë‚ĸ‚ëƒCƒ“ƒXƒ^ƒ“ƒgƒ‰[ƒƒ“i•Ä‘ģAƒJƒiƒ_ģAŠØ‘ģA“ú–{ģj‚Ē‚ ‚Ķ‚ę‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇ‚ĒA‚¤‚Į‚ņ‚ÍŠŖ–ˁA—â“€–ˁAļ–Ë‚ĒƒAƒWƒAģ•i‚ĖƒX[ƒp[‚É‚¨‚ĸ‚Ä‚ ‚é‚ž‚¯‚ŁA‚Ü‚ž“úíH•i‚Æ‚ĩ‚ďÁ”īŽŌ‚ɐZ“§‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚š‚ņBƒCƒ“ƒXƒ^ƒ“ƒgƒ‰[ƒƒ“‚͈ę”Ę“I‚É‚Íinstant noodle soup‚Æ‚æ‚΂ęA‘ŧ‚ĖƒX[ƒv—Ū‚Æ“¯‚ļ‚Æ‚ą‚ë‚É’u‚ĸ‚Ä‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇBƒX[ƒv‚Æ‚Í‚ĸ‚¤‚ā‚Ė‚Ė–ėØƒTƒ‰ƒ_‚Ėã‚ÉŠŖ‚ĸ‚Ŋ‚Ü‚Ü‚ĖƒCƒ“ƒXƒ^ƒ“ƒgƒ‰[ƒƒ“‚đŽč‚Å‚Ų‚Ž‚ĩ‚čŦ‚ē‚éA‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤H‚וû‚Ė‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇB‚Æ‚ĸ‚¤‚킯‚ŁA–k•Ä‚Å‚Íudon‚Í‚Ü‚žL‚­”FŽ¯‚ŗ‚ę‚Ŋ“ú–{Œę‚Å‚Í‚Č‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

"The Udon Taxih 

 

On August 15, a taxi company in Kotohira Town, Kagawa Prefecture will launch a new service, called gudon taxih whereby drivers specially trained in-house take tourists to popular udon (Japanese noodle soup) restaurants in the town, concurrently servicing as tour guides. This is to accommodate increasing requests from tourists, reflecting the current udon boom. Amid the ongoing economic slump, the Town of Kotohira and the taxi company are raising their expectations for the new business opportunity created by the udon boom.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 22 April 11j

 

The Udon Taxi

 

A taxi company in Kotohira Town in Kanagawa Prefecture has trained its special drivers so that they can start a new service called "Udon Taxies" from August 15. Udon taxies are that the special trained drivers are in charge of making a tour of famous udon noodle restaurants in Kotohira Town. The new service is to meet visitor's request. The taxi company is expecting to create new demand by a recent udon boom during the economy recession.

 

“Yí

 

The Udon Taxi

 

A taxi company in Kotohira Town in Kanagawa Prefecture has trained its special 1 drivers so that they can start a new service called "Udon Taxies" from on2 August 15. The special drivers of Udon taxies3 are that the special trained drivers are in charge of making taking customers to a tour of famous udon noodle restaurants in Kotohira Town. The new service is to meet requests of visitor's to the town request. The taxi company is expecting to create new demand for its services by the a recent udon boom to fight during the current economy economic recession.

 

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1.       trained its special drivers‚Æ‚ˇ‚é‚Ɓu‰īŽĐ‚Ė‰^“]Žč‚Ė’†‚Ė“Á•Ę‚Ȑl‚Ŋ‚ŋ‚đŒP—û‚ĩ‚Ŋv‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇBtrained special drivers for the Udon drivers‚Æ‚ˇ‚ę‚΁Au‚¤‚Į‚ņƒ^ƒNƒV[‚Ė‚Ŋ‚ß‚É“Á•Ę‚ȉ^“]Žč‚đŒP—û‚ĩ‚Ŋv‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇBits‚Ē‚ ‚é‚Š‚Č‚ĸ‚Š‚ňĶ–Ą‚Ēˆá‚Á‚Ä‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       start something on August 15‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

3.       ‰^“]Žč‚đŽåŒę‚É‚ˇ‚é‚Æ•ļ\‘ĸ‚ĒŠČ’P‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ļÍ

 

The Udon Taxi

 

A taxi company in Kotohira Town in Kanagawa Prefecture has trained its drivers so that they can start a new service called "Udon Taxies" on August 15. The special drivers of Udon taxies are in charge of taking customers to a tour of famous udon noodle restaurants in Kotohira Town. The new service is to meet requests of visitors to the town. The taxi company is expecting to create new demand for its services by the recent udon boom to fight the current economic recession.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 21 December 10j

 

"Udon Taxih

 

A taxi company in Kotohira-cho, Kagawa Prefecture, is starting a new service called gUdon taxih. Udon, a noodle soup, is a local specialty in the prefecture and so far the company has hold training courses for its drivers so that they can learn more about Udon. The drivers will serve as a tour guide and introduce you to popular Udon restaurants in the town. This service will start in response to touristfs requests. Taking advantage of the current Udon popularity, Udon taxi is expected to create a new demand for tourists in the tough economic time.

 

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"Udon Taxies1h

 

A taxi company in Kotohira-cho, Kagawa Prefecture, is starting a new service called gUdon taxih. Udon, a noodle soup, is a local specialty in the prefecture. and so far tThe taxi company has been offering hold a training courses for its drivers so that they can learn more about Udon. The drivers will serve as a tour guides and introduce you to popular Udon restaurants in the town. This service will start in response to touristfs requests. Taking advantage of the current Udon popularity, Udon taxies are is expected to create a new demand for Udon2 in the tough economic time.

 

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"Udon Taxiesh

 

A taxi company in Kotohira-cho, Kagawa Prefecture, is starting a new service called gUdon taxih. Udon, a noodle soup, is a local specialty in the prefecture. The taxi company has been offering a training course for its drivers so that they can learn more about Udon. The drivers will serve as tour guides and introduce you to popular Udon restaurants in the town. This service will start in response to touristfs requests. Taking advantage of the current Udon popularity, Udon taxies are expected to create a new demand for Udon in the tough economic time.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiP&C, 15 July 08j

 

"The Udon Noodles Taxi"

 

A taxi company at Kotohira Town in Kagawa Prefecture has trained on its own special taxi drivers who can guide visitors to famous shops of udon noodles. From August 15, the company starts the service "the udon noodles taxi" in response to needs of visitors who want to eat delicious udon noodles. Business has been poor at the carrier of taxi. The company is going to ride on the rising wave of new demand for udon in the udon noodles boom.

 

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"The Udon Noodles Taxi"

 

A taxi company at Kotohira Town in Kagawa Prefecture has trained on some of its own special taxi drivers so that they who can guide visitors to famous shops of udon noodles restaurants in the town. On From August 15, the company will starts the this service called "the udon noodles taxi" in response to needs the requests of visitors who want to eat delicious udon noodles. Because of the current economic recession, Bbusiness has been poor for at the carrier of taxi taxi services in the town. The company is going to ride on the rising wave of new demand for udon in the current udon noodles boom1.

 

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A taxi company at Kotohira Town in Kagawa Prefecture has trained some of its drivers so that they can guide visitors to famous udon noodles restaurants in the town. On August 15, the company will start this service called "the udon noodles taxi" in response to the requests of visitors who want to eat delicious udon noodles. Because of the current economic recession, business has been poor for taxi services in the town. The company is going to ride on the wave of the current udon noodles boom.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚ŗ‚­‚įA28 September 07j

 

gTaxi for a Famous Needle shops tourh

 

A taxi company in Kotohira Town in Kagawa Prefecture will start a new business called gTaxi for a needle shops tourh on August 15th, which taxi drivers guide the visitors to the famous needle shops. The taxi company nurtures the drivers who are familiar with those needle shops. This attempt is made to meet the requests from the visitors. With the recent economic recession, the local people expect new business opportunities raised by a needle boom.

 

“Yí

 

gTaxi for a Famous Needle Noodle shops Restaurant tTourh

 

A taxi company in Kotohira Town in Kagawa Prefecture will start a new business called gTtaxi for a needle noodle shops restaurant tourh on August 15th, by which taxi drivers guide the visitors to the famous needle noodle restaurants shops in the town. The taxi company nurtures the drivers who are familiar with those needle noodle restaurants shops. This attempt service is made to meet the requests from the visitors. In With the current recent1 economic recession, the local people expect hope2 that the noodle boom creates new business opportunities for the town raised by a needle boom.

 

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1.       ‚ą‚Ė‹LŽ–‚ĖŽžŠú‚É‚Í‚Ü‚ž•s‹ĩ‚Å‚ˇ‚Š‚įAin the current economic recession‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ˇB

 

2.       V‚Ŋ‚ČŽų—v‚Ē‹N‚ą‚é‰Â”\Ģ‚Ē‚‚¯‚ę‚΁@expect‚Å‚ˇ‚ĒAV‚Ŋ‚ČŽų—v‚Ē‹N‚ą‚Á‚Ä—~‚ĩ‚ĸA‚Č‚įhope‚Å‚ˇB

 

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gTaxi for a Famous Noodle Restaurant Tourh

 

A taxi company in Kotohira Town in Kagawa Prefecture will start a new business called gtaxi for a noodle restaurant tourh on August 15th, by which taxi drivers guide visitors to famous noodle restaurants in the town. The taxi company nurtures the drivers who are familiar with those noodle restaurants. This service is to meet the requests from visitors. In the current economic recession, local people hope that the noodle boom creates new business opportunities for the town .

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ ‚ˇ‚ŠA24 Aug 07j

 

"Udon Taxi"

 

A taxi company at Kotohira, Kagawa Prefecture, will start a tour of famous udon restaurants (Japanese thick wheat noodles) from August 15. The drivers in charge of the "udon taxis" are taking a training of the tour of the original way of the company. This tour was brought by the tourists' request.

 

During a cooling down of the economy, the town of Kotohira are hoping that the new business what is called "udon taxi" will bring about a greater success with the udon boom.

 

“Yí

 

"Udon Taxis"

 

On August 15, Aa taxi company at Kotohira, Kagawa Prefecture, will start a new service to take customers tour of to famous udon restaurants2 (Japanese thick wheat noodles soup3) in the town on from August 15. The drivers in charge of the "udon taxis" are taking a special training in familiarizing themselves with the udon restaurants. of the tour of the original way of the company1. This tour services is to respond to popular requests by was brought by the tourists' request.

 

During In spite of the current economic recession4, a cooling down of the economy, the tTown of Kotohira are hopes hoping that the new business what is called "udon taxi" will bring in more tourists to the town by taking advantage of about a greater success with the udon boom.

 

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2.       “Še‚Ė‚Ü‚Ü‚Å‚ˇ‚ƁA‚Į‚¤‚ĩ‚ă^ƒNƒV[‰īŽĐ‚Ē‚¤‚Į‚ņ“X‚đ‰ņ‚Á‚Ä•ā‚­‚Ė‚Š‚ȁA‚ÆŽv‚¤‚Ė‚ŁAa service to take customers to udon restaurants‚Æ‚ˇ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚ĸ‚Å‚ĩ‚傤B

 

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4.       uŒi‹C‚Ė—â‚Ļž‚ņ‚Å‚ĸ‚é’†A‚¤‚Į‚ņƒu[ƒ€‚Ēļ‚ņ‚žV‚Ŋ‚ČŽų—v‚ÉŠú‘Ō‚Ē‚‚Ü‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚éBv‚́uŒģŨŒi‹C‚Í—â‚Ļž‚ņ‚Å‚ĸ‚éBvAuŒģŨA‚¤‚Į‚ņƒu[ƒ€‚Ē‹N‚ą‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚éBvAu‚¤‚Į‚ņƒ^ƒNƒV[‚ÍŠĪŒõ‹q‚đŒÄ‚ԁBv‚ĖŽO‚‚Ė“ā—e‚đŠÜ‚ņ‚Å‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB‚Į‚Ė‚悤‚É‚ˇ‚é‚ƁA‚ą‚ĖŽO‚‚Ė—v‘f‚đ˜_—“I‚ɂ‚ȂŽŽ–‚Ēo—ˆ‚é‚ŠA‚Ē–â‘č‚Å‚ˇB

 

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"Udon Taxis"

 

On August 15, a taxi company at Kotohira, Kagawa Prefecture, will start a new service to take customers to famous udon restaurants (Japanese thick wheat noodle soup) in the town. The drivers in charge of the "udon taxi" are taking a special training in familiarizing themselves with the udon restaurants. This services is to respond to popular requests by  tourists.

 

In spite of the current economic recession, the Town of Kotohira hopes that the "udon taxi" will bring in more tourists to the town by taking advantage of the udon boom.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Š‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiLinda, 23 Sept 03j

 

gUdon Taxish

 

On August 15, a taxi company at Kotohira, Kagawa Prefecture, will start gUdon taxih services. The taxi drivers at the company will be briefed on famous Udon restaurants in the town and can take tourists to those stores if requested. The company hopes to take advantage of the Udon boom in spite of the current economic recession.

 

“Yí

 

gUdon Taxish

 

On August 15, a taxi company at Kotohira, Kagawa Prefecture, will start gUdon taxih services1. The taxi drivers at the company will be briefed on famous Udon udon2 restaurants in the town and can take tourists to those stores restaurants if requested. The company hopes to take advantage of the Udon udon boom in spite of the current economic recession.

 

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2.       ‚¤‚Į‚ņ‚Íudon‚ƏŦ•ļŽš‚ŏ‘‚Ģ‚Ü‚ˇB‰pŒęŒ—‚Ė“ĮŽŌ‚Ē‚¤‚Į‚ņ‚đ’m‚Á‚Ä‚ĸ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚đ‘O’ņ‚É‚ĩ‚Ä‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB‚¤‚Į‚ņ‚Ėā–ž‚Ē•K—v‚Č‚Æ‚Ģ‚É‚Íudon (Japanese wheat noodle)‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ˇB‘ŧ‚Ésoba (Japanese buckwheat noodle), ramen (Japanese-style Chinese noodle soup) ‚Č‚Į‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚ˇB@‚Š‚¯‚¤‚Į‚ņA‚Š‚¯‚ģ‚΁Aƒ‰[ƒƒ“‚Ė‚悤‚ɃX[ƒv‚É‚ß‚ņ‚Ė“ü‚Á‚Ŋ‚ā‚Ė‚Ínoodle soup‚Æ‚ĸ‚ĸ‚Ü‚ˇB

 

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gUdon Taxish

 

On August 15, a taxi company at Kotohira, Kagawa Prefecture, will start gUdon taxih services. The taxi drivers at the company will be briefed on famous udon restaurants in the town and can take tourists to those restaurants if requested. The company hopes to take advantage of the udon boom in spite of the current economic recession.