from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of southern Honshu, Japan, on Osaka Bay. It is a port, an industrial center, and a suburb of Osaka.


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  • Scrapping the plan to produce solar panels at the Amagasaki No. 1 plant would be positive for Panasonic, said Mizuho Investors Securities analyst Nobuo Kurahashi.

    Panasonic to Scrap Plan for Japan Solar-Cell Plant

  • Earlier Panasonic Mulls Cuts to TV Panel Production Earlier this year, Panasonic said it was planning to move the equipment for manufacturing plasma displays at its Amagasaki No. 1 plant in Hyogo Prefecture to China.

    Panasonic to Scrap Plan for Japan Solar-Cell Plant

  • For now, Panasonic is expected to continue producing plasma display panels at the Amagasaki No. 1 plant, the person familiar with the matter said.

    Panasonic to Scrap Plan for Japan Solar-Cell Plant

  • Another person familiar with the matter said the company is considering scaling down the production of plasma display panels at a plant in Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture.

    Panasonic Mulls Cutting TV Panel Production

  • Panasonic employees unveil a prototype model of the world's largest 152-inch sized plasma display panel during a press preview in January at the company's plant in Amagasaki city in Hyogo prefecture, western Japan, on January 7, 2010.

    Panasonic Hopes Its 3-D Initiative Will Give Plasma-TV Sales a Boost

  • Robert Perry, executive vice president of Panasonic, says the company has a new $3 billion plant in Amagasaki, Japan, that makes plasma TVs.

    Lower Price Tag for Plasma TVs Comes at Price

  • It intends its forthcoming factory in Amagasaki, an industrial port city on Osaka Bay, to produce six million plasma screens per year.

    Machida's Sharp Plows $1.75B Into LCD TV

  • International news wires reported that at least 53 people were killed and more than 400 injured when the train derailed and smashed into an apartment building in Amagasaki.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Minister Junichiro Koizumi following the train crash in Amagasaki, west of Tokyo in which 53 people died and 400 injured.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • President Mbeki said, "Prime Minister Koizumi, on behalf of the government and people of South Africa, please accept my heartfelt condolences to the government and people of Japan, especially the families in Amagasaki of those who have lost loved ones."

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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