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Kamikawa Station
2011-02-28 Mon 00:00
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Kamikawa Station is a train station on the JR Hokkaido Sekihoku Main Line located in Kamikawa Town, Kamikawa (Ishikari) District, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan.
The station was opened in 1923.
There are two platforms and three tracks on the ground.
Its station number is A43.
The station is attended.
The station building was repaired in 2008.
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Oshinozucho Station
2011-02-27 Sun 00:00
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Oshinozucho Station is a train station on the JR West Sakai Line located in Yonago City, Tottori Prefecture, Japan.
The nickname of this station is Sunakake Babaa(Sand-throwing Witch).
She is an old yokai woman who carries sand anytime and throws into the eyes of enemies.
The station was opened in 1987 as Misakiguchi Station.
It was renamed to the present name in 2008.
There is one side platform serving one track for bi-directional traffic on the ground.
The station is unattended.
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命の源・きれいな水をスーダンの人びとに届けたい!井戸20本を完成させる
2011-02-26 Sat 23:42
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Amariko Station 
2011-02-26 Sat 00:00
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Amariko Station is a train station on the JR West sakai Line in Sakaiminato City, Tottori Prefecture, Japan.
The station is nicknamed as Konaki-jijii(Child-crying Old Man).
Konaki-jijii is yokai who attacks enemies by clinging to them and turning himself to stone.
The station was opened in 1932.
There is one side platform serving one track for bi-directional traffic on the ground.
There is a ticket machine in the station building.
The station is unattended.
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Agarimichi Station
2011-02-25 Fri 00:00
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Agarimichi Station is a train station on the JR West Sakai Line ,located in Nakano-cho,Sakaiminato City, Tottori Prefecture, Japan.
The stations on the Sakai Line are nicknamed after yokai from the comics created by Mizuki Shigeru who was born in Sakaiminato.
This station's nicknamed is Ittan-momen which is a yokai, resembling a strip of white cloth.
Ittan-momen flies through the air at night.
There is one side platform with one track for bi-directional traffic on the ground.
The station was opened in 1952.
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Gamo Station
2011-02-24 Thu 00:00
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Gamo Station is a railway station on the Tobu Railway Isesaki Line, located in Koshigaya City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan.
It was opened in 1899 and moved to 1,2 km south in 1920.
The station was elevated in 1995.
It has one island platform with two tracks.
There is an additional track on both sides for passing trains.
The new station building was completed in 1998.
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Akashina Station
2011-02-23 Wed 00:00
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Akashina Station is a railway station on the JR East Shinonoi Line located
in Azumino City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan.
The station was opened in 1902.
It has two platforms with three  
tracks , including one storage track, on the ground.
Two platforms are connected in a pedestrian overpass.
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Arita Station
2011-02-22 Tue 00:00
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Arita Station is a train station on the JR Kyushu Sasebo Line and Matsuura Railway Nishi-Kyushu Line located in Arita Town, Nishimatsuura District,Saga Prefecture.
The station was opened in 1897.
There are two platforms with three tracks on the ground.
Two platforms are connected in a pedestrian overpass.
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Haiki Station
2011-02-21 Mon 00:00
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Haiki Station is a train station the JR Kyushu Sasebo and Omura Lines
located in1-chome Haiki, Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture.
The station was opened by Kyushu Railway in 1897.
The station has 2 platforms and 4 tracks on the ground.
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Toshodai-ji(1)
2011-02-20 Sun 00:00
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Toshodai-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Ritsu sect located in Nara City, Nara Prefecture, Japan.
It was founded by a blind Chinese priest Ganjin in 759.
Ganjin traveled to Japan at the request of Japanese priests.
The Ritsu school was founded in Japan by him.
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Haenosaki Station
2011-02-19 Sat 00:00
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Haenosaki Station is a train station on the JR Kyushu Omura Line located in Haenosaki-cho, Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.
It was opened in 1898.
There are two side platforms serving two tracks on the ground.
After the Pacific War, Ministry of Health and Welfare Sasebo district withdrawal War Victims' Relief Bureau is set up in nearby Hario Island.
The station was used for a person of demobilization from the various places in Southeastern Asian area and China to get in a train from this station.
It continued from October, 1945 to April, 1950.
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Johoku Station
2011-02-18 Fri 00:00
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Johoku Station is an underground railway station on the HRT Astram Line, located in 25-80, Nishi-hakushima, Naka ward, Hiroshima City.
It was opened in 1994.
It is 1.4km from the terminus at Hondori Station.
The station is an underground station with one island platform serving two tracks.
Nearby is Hiroshima Castle.
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Hondori Station
2011-02-17 Thu 00:00
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Hondori Station is a terminal station on the Astram Line, located in Hondori, Naka Ward, Hiroshima City.
It is opened in 1994.
There is one island platform serving two tracks underground.
Hondori Station is a terminal station on the Astram Line, located in Hondori, Naka Ward, Hiroshima City.
It is opened in 1994.
There is one island platform serving two tracks underground.
Platform1 and 2 are both bound for Koiki-koen-mae Station.
Hiroden Main Line / Hiroden Ujina Line connect to the Astram Line at this station.
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Astram Line
2011-02-16 Wed 00:00
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The Astram Line is a new transit system operated by Hiroshima Rapid Transit.
It runs between Hondori Station and Koiki-koen-mae Station all within
Hiroshima City, Japan.
Its length is 18.4 km.
There are 21 stations.
The line was opened in 1994 when the 1994 Asian Games in Hiroshima was held.
It connects between central Hiroshima and Hiroshima Big Arch, the main stadium of the Asian Games.
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Aki-Nagatsuka Station
2011-02-15 Tue 00:00
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Aki-Nagatsuka Station is a railway station on the JR West Kabe Line located in 4-chome, Nagatsuka Ward , Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
The station was opened in 1928 as Daishi Station.
It was renamed to Nagatsuka Station in around 1930.
The station name was again changed to the present name in 1936.
There is an island platform with two tracks on the ground.
The station building has unique shape.
It is an octagon.
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Valentine's Day
2011-02-14 Mon 00:00
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In Japan , it is the custom that women give chocolates to men on February 14 and men give candy to women on March 14.
It is said that Japanese chocolate companies make half their annual sales during this time of the year.
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Nuno Station
2011-02-13 Sun 00:00
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Nuno Station is a former railway station on the JR West Kabe Line located in Asakita Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
The station was closed in 2003 when the Kabe Line was suspended between Kabe Station and Sandankyo Station.
The platform and track remain at the abandoned station now.
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Furuichibashi Station
2011-02-12 Sat 00:00
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Furuichibashi Station is a railway station on the JR West Kabe Line located in 3-chome, Furuichi, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
Furuichibashi Station was opened in 1909.
There are two side platforms serving two tracks simultaneously on the ground.
Nearby is Asaminami Ward Office.
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National Foundation Day
2011-02-11 Fri 00:00
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National Foundation Day is a national holiday in Japan.
It is celebrated on Feb.11 annually.
It is said that the first emperor, Jimmu established his capital in Yamato on this day.
According to Nihonshoki, Emperor Jimmu ascended to the throne at his palace, Unebi-kashiwara-gu.on the first day of the first month.
The Meiji government designated the day as a national holiday(Kigensetsu), switching to February 11 of the Gregorian calendar.
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Aoi sanmyaku
2011-02-10 Thu 00:00
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Aoi sanmyaku is a 1949 black and white Japanese film which became a big hit throughout Japan.
The movie was directed by Imai Tadashi ,based on the novel “Blue Mountain Range “(Aoi sanmyaku) by Ishizaka Yojiro.
Its theme song was sung by Fujiyama Ichiro and Nara Mitsue.
The song was written by Saijo Yaso and set to music by Hattori Ryoichi.
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Shimo-Gion Station
2011-02-09 Wed 00:00
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Shimo-Gion Station is a railway station
on the JR West Kabe Line located in 4-chome, Nagatsuka, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
Shimo-Gion Station was opened in 1909.
The station has one island platform serving two tracks on the ground,
It is 6.9 kilometers from the terminus of the Kabe Line at Hiroshima Station.
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Midorii Station
2011-02-08 Tue 00:00
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Midorii Station is a railway station on the JR West Kabe Line located in 2-chome, Midorii, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
Midorii Station was opened in 1910.
The station has an island platform serving two tracks on the ground.
It is the largest railway station within Asaminami Ward.
Midorii Tenmaya department store is a short walk from the station.
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Shichikenjaya Station
2011-02-07 Mon 00:00
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Shichikenjaya Station is a railway station on the JR West Kabe Line located in 7-chome, Midorii, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
The name of the station is derived from seven tea houses which were located near the place with present station.
Shichikenjaya Station was opened by Dainippon Kido in 1910.
There is a single side platform serving a track on the ground.
The station building was moved to the present location in 2008.
The station is unattended.
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Kabe Station (1)
2011-02-06 Sun 00:00
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Kabe Station is a railway station on the JR West Kabe Line located in 2-chome, Kabe, Asakita Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
Kabe Station was the terminal station of the Kabe Line until the line beyond Kabe Station was suspended in 2003.
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Kabe Line(1)
2011-02-05 Sat 00:00
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The Kabe Line is a rail line operated by JR West .
It runs between Hiroshima Station and Kabe Station all within the city of Hiroshima.
The Kabe Line was originally constructed by a private company, Dainippon Kido.
It was later purchased by Japanese Government Railways.
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Arashiyama Station(Hankyu)
2011-02-04 Fri 00:00
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Arashiyama Station is a railway station on the Hankyu Arashiyama Line located Nishikyo , Kyoto, Japan.
Arashiyama Station is the terminus of the line.
The station was opened in 1928.
There are three platforms and two tracks on the ground.
The station building was reformed to externals that imaged the Machiya-style in April, 2010.
Machiya are traditional wooden townhouses found in the historical capital of Kyoto.
Moreover, the station square ,where the trees of cherry blossoms were planted on the stone pavement, was completed on October 30 in the same year.
Nakanoshima Park and Togetsukyo Bridge are a short walk from the station.
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Spring Setsubun
2011-02-03 Thu 00:00
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The spring Setsubun is celebrated yearly on February 3 in Japan.
Many people eat uncut makizushi in silence on Setsubun.
They face the yearly lucky compass direction while eating makizushi called Eho-Maki (lit. "lucky direction roll").
The direction is determined by the zodiac symbol of that year.
The direction of 2011 is the south-southeast.
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Kami-Katsura Station
2011-02-02 Wed 00:00
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Kami-Katsura Station is a train station on the Hankyu Railway Arashiyama Line located in Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.
The station was opened on November 9, 1928 when the Arashiyama Line started operation .
The station has two platforms serving two tracks on the ground.
Nearby is Nishikyo Ward Office.
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Matsudacho Station
2011-02-01 Tue 00:00
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Matsudacho Station is a tram stop on the Hankai Line located in Tengachaya,Nishinari Ward,Osaka City.
It was opened in 1911.
There is a tram stop on each side of railroad crossing.
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