Crossword clues for osaka
- Stomping grounds for Godzilla
- Where Sharp Electronics is based
- Japanese city known as "the nation's kitchen"
- Asian city with an airport on an artificial island
- One terminus of a Japanese bullet train
- City destroyed by Godzilla
- Port city on southern Honshu on Osaka Bay
- Commercial and industrial center
- City of canals
- Japan's greatest port
- Japanese seaport
- Prefecture of Japan
- World's Fair site: 1970
- Big city in Japan
- Japanese city
- City near Kobe
- Japanese metropolis
- Second city of Japan
- Important Japanese port
- City near Kyoto
- Port in Honshu
- Seaport in Honshu
- Honshu seaport
- World's Fair city: 1970
- City of Japan
- Port of Japan
- Major Japanese seaport
- City known for its puppet theater
- Expo '70 site
- Kobe's bay
- 1970 World's Fair site
- City founded as Naniwa
- Kansai International Airport site
- City of southern Honshu
- Expo '70 host
- Pitcher Hideo Nomo's birthplace
- Honshu city
- Honshu port
- Japanese port
- Japan's second-largest city
- Honshu metropolis
- City of 2 1/2 million at the mouth of the Yodo River
- It was destroyed by Godzilla in "Godzilla Raids Again"
- Japanese financial center
- Where Panasonic is headquartered
- Japanese city whose name means "large hill"
- Japanese for "large hill"
- Home of Kansai International Airport
- Where Panasonic and Sanyo are headquartered
- City raided in "Godzilla Raids Again"
- Where Sanyo is headquartered
- ___-Itami International Airport
- Home to baseball's Orix Buffaloes
- Where Sharp and Panasonic are headquartered
(; ) is a designated city in the Kansai region of Japan. It is the capital city of Osaka Prefecture and the largest component of the Keihanshin Metropolitan Area, the second largest metropolitan area in Japan and among the largest in the world with over 19 million inhabitants. Situated at the mouth of the Yodo River on Osaka Bay, Osaka is the second largest city in Japan by daytime population after Tokyo's 23 wards and the third largest city by nighttime population after Tokyo's 23 wards and Yokohama, serving as a major economic hub for the country.
Historically a merchant city, Osaka has also been known as the and served as a center for the rice trade during the Edo period.
__NOTOC__ Osaka or Ōsaka may refer to:
, Japan's second largest city by population, the capital of Osaka Prefecture.
, Japan's second smallest prefecture by area
Osaka may also refer to:
Osaka is the only album put out by The Kickovers. It was released on April 23, 2002 on the Fenway Recordings record label.
Some promotional copies of Osaka went out with the band's original name, The Brakes. Shortly after, they had to change their name because of a New York band called The Break.
The album includes one cover, " Hanging on the Telephone", which was originally performed by The Nerves, although a cover of it by Blondie was more popular. "The Good Life" is also the name of a Weezer song, so some fans may have expected it to be a cover, especially since bassist Mikey Welsh was a member of Weezer prior to The Kickovers. Although not a member, Dave Aarnoff of The Shods performed bass on several tracks of the album.
Usage examples of "osaka".
He had invited the various lords to a tea ceremony at Osaka Castle, which was still under construction.
At Nankin the weary and dispirited survivors realized that Japan was now also at war with the United States and that Osaka and Nagoya were in the hands of Communist Committees.
Instead they appeared in lending magazines published by houses out of Osaka and Nagoya, or minor Tokyo firms.
Thus in Yedo, Osaka and Nagasaki where the really rich merchants lived, shunga, though officially outlawed, were painted, carved and merrily produced by the best artists and printmakers in the land.
A Chinese Vindication Society organized an air raid on Osaka and Tokio in 1935 after the great Green Cross raid on Nankin in that year.
And the retinue of two prosperous rice brokers from the bustling Kitahama commercial district in Osaka, where, it was said, money flowed past the wharves and strolled in the streets.
The night before, I signed the Department of Transportation appropriations bill, only the fourth of the needed thirteen, and canceled my scheduled trip to the Asia Pacific leaders’ meeting in Osaka, Japan.
Obviously the ship had to be investigated at once but Toranaga was still away in Osaka for the final confrontation with General Lord Ishido and, in his absence, had invited Yabu and all friendly neighboring daimyos to wait until his return.
Yabu knew that he and the other independent daimyos and their families were merely added protection for Toranaga's safety and, though of course the word would never be used, they were hostages against Toranaga's safe return from the impregnable enemy fortress at Osaka where the meeting was being held.
Eighty thousand samurai in and around Osaka Castle did his bidding, for he was Commander of the Garrison - and therefore Commander of the Heir's Bodyguard - Chief General of the Armies of the West, Conqueror of Korea, member of the Council of Regents, and formally Inspector General of all the late Taiko's armies, which were legally all the armies of all daimyos throughout the realm.
He wanted time to examine his blinding new thought about Osaka Castle and that battle, and he was tired of talking, tired of being cross-questioned, but most of all he wanted to eat.
Each night, in his borrowed apartment, he would send the day's accumulation of material to Osaka University's Department of Sociology.
Today in Osaka, intermediaries will tell Kiyama and the chief of your priests this is a free gift from me to them, proof of my sincerity: that I am not opposed to the Church, only Ishido.