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a city in central Honshu to the northwest of Tokyo

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The National Police Agency told Kyodo that at least six people were injured in Nagano city and the Hakuba ski resort.
Nagano, 60, will double as president of Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co.
Nagano, currently the company's executive vice president, was on Tuesday named the next president and CEO, replacing Shuzo Sumi.
But Nagano became interested in Islam when he read the Quran as part of his study in the anthropology course, and he started to mingle with Muslims living in Japan.
2 megawatts, equivalent to the electricity consumed by around 3,000 households, according to the Nagano government.
local Japan time) and was centered 29 miles northeast of Nagano and 122 miles northwest of Tokyo.
3 March 2011 - JCR raised today the outlook on the senior debts of Nagano Bank Ltd (TYO:8521) to "stable" from "negative", while reaffirming their rating at BBB+.
Abe was a vice governor when New Party Nippon leader Yasuo Tanaka served as Nagano governor from 2000, while LDP-backed candidate Yoshimasa Koshihara, 63, was a vice governor under outgoing Nagano Gov.
The Nagano Plant also manufactures printed circuit boards for servers and telecommunications equipment, and will continue these operations after March 31.
Instability in the atmosphere above the Kanto region and Yamanashi and Nagano prefectures is expected to continue Tuesday, with the likelihood of more heavy rain which could cause flooding and landslides, the Japan Meteorological Agency warned.
She went to Nagano as the heavy favorite, skated tentatively and was upset by teammate Tara Lipinski.
an auto brakes joint venture between the German company and Nisshinbo Industries, a major Japanese brake system maker, Nagano Japan Radio said.
Shintaro Ishihara, declared his candidacy Monday in the Nagano gubernatorial election to fill the post left vacant by the ouster of Gov.
NAGANO, Japan, March 9 Kyodo The Nagano prefectural assembly on Tuesday unanimously approved an ordinance to regulate the operation of telephone clubs, making the central Japan prefecture the last of the country's 47 prefectures to control such businesses.
Original accounts listing the Japanese delegation's spending were burned, but secret notes show the extravagance lavished by the Nagano team on International Olympic Committee officials when they met in Birmingham in 1991.