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years for their excessively large hairstyles, but toned these down in later years. In 2003, HMV Japan ranked the band at number 40 on their list of the 100 most important Japanese pop acts. [ 5 ] After sixteen years, four albums, and selling out the 55,000 seat Tokyo Dome 18 times, X Japan

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was founded in 1981 under the name Samm ( サムビデオ , Samu Bideo ? ) , making it one of Japan 's oldest adult video firms. [ 3 ] The Samm label's name was taken from S&M and that genre dominated the company's videos in the early 1980s but the direction changed in the mid-80s under | 2011/5/7 14:44:29

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more. The club serves more as a Japanese society in NY, rather than a soccer club. Football Club Japan was originally formed in 1992 by Kenichi Yatsuhashi who had just retired from playing in the Brazilian Second Division . Joined the Cosmopolitan Soccer League as the first Japanese team | 2011/7/18 9:47:19

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As of 2003, the town has an estimated population of 22,131 and a density of 246.42 persons per km². The total area is 89.81 km². On March 22, 2005 San'yō was merged with the city of Onoda to form the new city of San'yō-Onoda . [ edit ] External links San'yō official website (in | 2010/9/25 21:42:27

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and the emphasis on the international cooperation such as the United Nations . In the Cold War , Japan took a part in the Western world 's confrontation of the Soviet Union in East Asia . In the rapid economic developments in the 1960s and 1970s, Japan recovered its influences and became

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On March 20, 2006 Maruoka, the towns of Harue , Mikuni and Sakai were merged to form the new city of Sakai . As of 2003 , the town had an estimated population of 32,575 and a density of 303.42 persons per km² . The total area was 107.36 km². [ edit ] External links Official website | 2010/9/26 5:01:34

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The Japan Mint ( 独立行政法人 造幣局 , Dokuritsu Gyōsei Hōjin Zōheikyoku ? ) is an Incorporated Administrative Agency of the Japanese government . This agency has its Head office in Osaka with branches in Tokyo and Hiroshima . Contents 1 History 1.1 Osaka Head

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