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TABLE 107 Stations and features , Sagami Line , Kanagawa - ken Mileage from
Chigasaki - machi 0.0 2.0 3.1 3.5 3.6 5.2 7.1 9.0 9.1 14.6 16.5 20.0 Sou thern
terminal in Chigasaki - machi , opposite Chigasaki Station on Tokaido Main Line
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The East

He left the station via the south exit , whereupon he realized that Chigasaki ' s
townscape of narrow streets bustling with bicycles hadn ' t changed at all .
However , by IARY FOOD Shop along the street running south from Chigasaki
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The Far Eastern Review

... Boso Line Bending of rails on elevated line between Ryogokubashi and
Kinshicho , Tokyo , after the earthquake and fire Bending of track between
Nakofunagata and Awahojo , Boso Line Overturning of a freight train in the
Chigasaki Station ...

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Coastlines of Japan II

Tsujidoh Station Fujisawa Station Tohkaido Line Chigasaki Station Hiratsuka
Station Fujisawa Chigasaki Route 134 Hirarsuka Oiso Station The Sagami River
Oiso District Hiratsuka Seaside District Sagami River Mouth District Chigasaki ...

Coastlines of Japan II

Author: Yoshimi Nagao

Publisher: Amer Society of Civil Engineers

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This collection contains 25 papers presented at Coastlines of Japan II, part of Coastal Zone '93, the Eighth Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management, held in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 19-23, 1993. Part of the Coastlines of the World series.

Japanese Colleges and Universities

The Shonan campus is situated southwest of Tokyo on the outskirts of Chigasaki
city . The bus is available from Chigasaki station and several other stations . The
campus on the hill commands a fine view of Mt . Fuji . Facilities The Koshigaya ...

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The Life of Isamu Noguchi

The faculty were all foreign Catholic priests , the curriculum provided a Catholic
religious education , and the language of instruction was the King ' s English .
Isamu rose every morning at 4 : 00 to catch the 5 : 52 train from Chigasaki station
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The Life of Isamu Noguchi

Author: Masayo Duus

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In an insightful portrait of the personal struggles and triumphs of artist Isamu Noguchi, new light is cast on his life and career based on his letters and reminiscences, as well as interviews with his friends and colleagues.

Review

1960 Hibarigaoka Station Higashi Kurume Station Shin Tokorozawa Station
2714 ( 20 ) 2280 ( 12 ) 2455 Apr . 1969 - Feb . ... 1962 Ofuna Station Fujisawa
Station Fujisawa Station Tsujido Station Chigasaki Station 1170 1142 2272 ( 12 )
1913 ...

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Japan Magazine

A few minutes from Chigasaki Station will bring you to this famous sanatorium
surrounded by beautiful scenery all around , with pine - clad dunes close by
along the shore . It is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in Japan , consisting
of a ...

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Listening to Stone

... work of other artists of his generation such as David Smith) made Noguchi's
work seem to some viewers more Asian than American. To get to St. Joseph's
school Isamu walked a mile to the Chigasaki station and caught the 5:52 a.m.
train.

Listening to Stone

Author: Hayden Herrera

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 0374712964

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Throughout the twentieth century, Isamu Noguchi was a vital figure in modern art. From interlocking wooden sculptures to massive steel monuments to the elegant Akari lamps, Noguchi became a master of what he called the "sculpturing of space." But his constant struggle—as both an artist and a man—was to embrace his conflicted identity as the son of a single American woman and a famous yet reclusive Japanese father. "It's only in art," he insisted, "that it was ever possible for me to find any identity at all." In this remarkable biography of the elusive artist, Hayden Herrera observes this driving force of Noguchi's creativity as intimately tied to his deep appreciation of nature. As a boy in Japan, Noguchi would collect wild azaleas and blue mountain flowers for a little garden in front of his home. As Herrera writes, he also included a rock, "to give a feeling of weight and permanence." It was a sensual appreciation he never abandoned. When looking for stones in remote Japanese quarries for his zen-like Paris garden forty years later, he would spend hours actually listening to the stones, scrambling from one to another until he found one that "spoke to him." Constantly striving to "take the essence of nature and distill it," Noguchi moved from sculpture to furniture, and from playgrounds to sets for his friend the choreographer Martha Graham, and back again working in wood, iron, clay, steel, aluminum, and, of course, stone. Throughout his career, Noguchi traveled constantly, from New York to Paris to India to Japan, forever uprooting himself to reinvigorate what he called the "keen edge of originality." Wherever he went, his needy disposition and boyish charm drew women to him, yet he tended to push them away when things began to feel too settled. Only through his art—now seen as a powerful aesthetic link between the East and the West—did Noguchi ever seem to feel that he belonged. Combining the personal correspondence of and interviews with Noguchi and those closest to him—from artists, patrons, assistants, and lovers—Herrera has created an authoritative biography of one of the twentieth century's most important sculptors. She locates Noguchi in his friendships with such artists as Buckminster Fuller and Arshile Gorky, and in his affairs with women including Frida Kahlo and Anna Matta Clark. With the attention to detail and scholarship that made her biography of Gorky a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, Herrera has written a rich meditation on art in a globalized milieu. Listening to Stone is a moving portrait of an artist compulsively driven to reinvent himself as he searched for his own "essence of sculpture."

IHJ Bulletin

From 2 : 00 p . m . at Chigasaki Shimin Bunka Kaikan ( 10 minute walk from
Chigasaki Station ) . Free to the public . For further information , call Kanagawa
International Association at ( 045 ) 6717070 . Japan : a Comparison . Among
those ...

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Railway Age

9 — Shimbashi Station , Tokyo . 10. - Overturned Freight Train , Chigasaki Station
Yard , Tokaido Line._11 - Collapsed Bridge Over Banyú River , Tokaido Line . 12
— Passenger Train Buried When Samunomeyama Tunnel Collapsed During ...

Railway Age

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Early Japanese Railways 1853 1914

Chigasaki station and town were located on the Tōkaidō main line, at roughly the
mid-point between Yokohama and Odawara, where the line met and followed the
coastline. In this view, a long freight train drawn by a British-built 4-4-0 ambles ...

Early Japanese Railways 1853 1914

Author: Dan Free

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 1462907210

Page: 288

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Early Japanese Railways 1853-1914 is a cultural and engineering history of railway building in Japan during the Meiji era. The importance of early railways in the industrialization of the United States and Europe is a fact all of us are familiar with. To witness the amazing parallel development of the railways in Japan, happening at much the same time as America was connecting its vast hinterland to the East and West coasts, is an eye-opening realization. Early Japanese Railways, tells the fascinating story of the rise of Japanese rail amidst a period of rapid modernization during Japan's Meiji era. Leaving behind centuries of stagnation and isolation, Japan would emerge into the 20th century as a leading modern industrialized state. The development of the railways was a significant factor in the cultural and technological development of Japan during this pivotal period. Free's rare photographic and historical materials concerning Japan's early railways, including a print showing the miniature steam engine brought to Japan by Admiral Perry aboard his "Black Ships" to demonstrate American superiority, combine to form a richly detailed account that will appeal to students of Japanese history and railway buffs alike. This one-of-a-kind book, Early Japanese Railways 1853–1914, illuminates for non-Japanese-speaking readers the early history of Japanese railroads and in the process the fascinating story of Japan's prewar industrial modernization. Anyone interested in train history or model trains will find this book a fascinating read.

Koimonogatari Love Stories Volume 1

... IN FRONT OF THE STATION , AND HOW THE CAFETERIA HAD EARLY MEAL
TICKETS SO BETWEEN THIRD AND ... ON THE FRONT COVER WAS TAKEN
FROM THE COMPLETELY UNRELATED AREA OF CHIGASAKI STATION .

Koimonogatari  Love Stories  Volume 1

Author: Tohru Tagura

Publisher: TOKYOPOP

ISBN: 1427867216

Page: 208

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When Yuiji accidentally overhears his classmate Yamato confessing to another friend that he's gay, his perspective shifts. Seeing Yamato in a new light, Yuiji does his best not to let prejudice color his view, but he still finds himself overthinking his classmates' interactions now. He especially notices the way Yamato looks at one particular boy: Yuiji's own best friend. Even though he tells himself he shouldn't get involved, Yuiji finds he just can't help it; watching Yamato's one-sided love draws him in a way he never expected. At first, it's empathy, knowing that the boy Yamato has his sights on is definitely straight and has no idea. But as his own friendship with Yamato develops and the two of them grow closer through a mutual study group, Yuiji comes to truly care about Yamato as a person, regardless of his sexuality. He only wants Yamato to be happy, and to be able to express his true self.

Gamma field symposia

... Ibaraki - Ken Horticultural Experiment Station Nagano Agricultural Research
Center Chigasaki Flower Breeding Station , Sakata Seed Corp . Faculty of
Agriculture , Hokkaido University Nagasaki Agricultural and Forestry Experiment
Station ...

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The Japan Guide

Transport Train — JR Tokaido line to Chigasaki Station and 12 - minute walk
toward the seashore to the south Keio Shonan - Fujisawa Junior - Senior High
School , 1992 Keio Shōnan - Fujisawa Chūgakko and Koto Gakko Architect
Yoshio ...

The Japan Guide

Author: Botond Bognár

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The Japan Guide presents 630 works by over 150 Japanese architects, and numerous foreign architects.