Tag - matsusaka



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JAPAN / Regional voices: Chubu
Jan 7, 2019
Traffic safety-conscious group of bald men in Mie Prefecture breaks up due to aging
In 1985, about 30 bald men in their 30s who were running businesses in Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture, created a group called Hagetemo Katsura wo Kaburan Kai, which roughly translates to a group of men who won't wear wigs even if they go bald.
Japan Times
Apr 14, 2017
Mie doctor finds niche in after-hours clinic
A 31-year-old doctor is endeavoring to alleviate the problem of emergency room overcrowding in Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture, by running a night and holiday first-aid clinic.
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LIFE / Lifestyle
May 21, 2016
Where's the beef? Matsusaka looks to carve out a name for itself
Mie Prefecture's meat industry seeks to promote its prime marbled cuts worldwide.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Dec 13, 2015
Former Mie Prefecture mayor to challenge constitutionality of new security law
The former mayor of Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture, said Sunday more than 750 people have agreed to join a collective lawsuit to challenge the constitutionality of the nation's security legislation.
Japan Times
Jun 10, 2014
What's: Fine Matsusaka beef in a restaurant as unusual as its name
Culinary epiphanies don't happen often, but when they do, they are food for thought. I had one recently dining on prime Japanese beef and it was an experience that, on reflection, recalled a childhood event. Not that I grew up eating wagyū — far from it; rather, the portion of seared beef reminded...
Japan Times
May 2, 2014
Matsusaka, Hida cows now shine in shoe biz
Leather shoes made out of high-quality hides from such cows as Hida and Matsusaka are becoming increasingly popular in Japan.


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