American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of east-central Honshu, Japan, northwest of Tokyo. Its manufactures include silk textiles. Population: 334,000.
“Second World War, I was evacuated to Kawagoe Village in Mie Prefecture the following year to escape the aerial bombardment over Nagoya.”
“Tsunayoshi had at that time a favourite attendant on whom he conferred the rank of Dewa no Kami with an estate at Kawagoe which yielded 100,000 koku annually.”
“Uesugi Mochitomo fortified Kawagoe in Musashi; Ota Sukenaga (called also Dokan), a vassal of the Ogigayatsu Uesugi, built at Yedo a fort destined to have world-wide celebrity, and his father, Sukekiyo, entrenched”
“Now we have Coedo, a relatively new brewery from Kawagoe that gives its own twists to German styles, including a black beer”
“Seiki Kawagoe, an environmental science professor at Tohoku University, also noted that radiation tends to dissipate quickly in the ground, as it does in the ocean.”
“We need more integration so projects and initiatives on both sides can benefit from everyone's experience and expertise," said Kawagoe.”
“She is most excited about going to the John Lennon Museum in Kawagoe, eating at the Tokyo Hard Rock Café, and walking the streets of Japan dressed in traditional Geisha outfit with hair and makeup done by professionals.”
“Tadashi Fukushima killed his wife Kimie, 53, and their son Masahiro, 27, by stabbing them in the neck with a knife at their home in Kawagoe early in the morning on Sept 10.”
“When Balque found out that Kawagoe was involved, she called the city clerk and threatened to have her arrested, Kawagoe said.”
“Her security guards just backed off," Kawagoe said.”
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