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Sakurajima, Kagoshima - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On November 1, 2004, Sakurajima, along with the towns of Kōriyama and Matsumoto (both from Hioki District), the town of Kiire (from Ibusuki District), and the town of Yoshida (also from Kagoshima District), was merged into the expanded city of Kagoshima and no longer exists as an independent municipality.

Sakurajima

This article is about the volcano. For its eponymous giant white radish, see Sakurajima radish. Sakurajima ( Japanese: , lit. " Cherry Island") is an active composite volcano ( stratovolcano) and a former island in Kagoshima Prefecture in Kyushu, Japan. The lava flows of the 1914 eruption caused the former island to be connected with the Osumi Peninsula.

Museum of the Meiji Restoration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Museum of the Meiji Restoration is a history museum in Kagoshima, Japan. Located by the Kōtsuki River, it is a gallery where visitors can learn about the Meiji Restoration. In the basement hall, sound, light, and robots are used to present a three-dimensional experience of the Meiji Restoration.

Kagoshima City Transportation Bureau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Kagoshima City Transportation Bureau is a public transportation authority of Kagoshima City, Japan. The bureau operates trams and bus lines. From April 1, 2005, together with Nangoku Kōtsū and JR Kyūshū Bus, the bureau introduced RapiCa, a smart card ticketing system.

Mount Shiroyama (Kagoshima) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mount Shiroyama is a mountain located in Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. True height is 107m. The original name is Tsuru ga mine The mountain is famous as a grueling battlefield of Satsuma rebellion.

Soo, Kagoshima - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As of 2011, the city has an estimated population of 38,647 and a population density of 99 persons per km². This is down from the 2006 population data, which was an estimated population of 43,752 and a population density of 112 persons per km². The total area is 390.39 km².

Francis Xavier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

History of the Jesuits Regimini militantis Suppression Jesuit Hierarchy Superior General Adolfo Nicolás Ignatian Spirituality Spiritual Exercises Ad majorem Dei gloriam Magis Notable Jesuits St. Ignatius of Loyola St. Francis Xavier St. Peter Faber St. Aloysius Gonzaga St. Robert Bellarmine St. Peter Canisius St. Edmund Campion Pope Francis

Reimeikan, Kagoshima Prefectural Center for Historical Material - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

(鹿児島県歴史資料センター黎明館 Reimeikan, Kagoshima Prefectural Center for Historical Material Kagoshima-ken Rekishi Shiryō Sentā Reimeikan) opened in Kagoshima, Japan, in 1983. The museum, located in the grounds of Tsurumaru Castle, exhibits materials relating to the history and culture of Kagoshima Prefecture.

Ishibashi Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ishibashi Park is a park in Hamachō, Kagoshima, Japan. At the end of the Edo period (late 19th century), local lord Shimazu Shigehide had five bridges, collectively called the Gosekkyō ("five stone bridges"), built across the Kōtsuki River. Two of them collapsed in floods in 1993.

Central Park Jakarta

Central Park in Jakarta, Indonesia is a mixed-use complex including a shopping mall, an office tower, 3 apartments, and a hotel covering an area of about 655,000 m 2 (7,050,000 sq ft) located in West Jakarta created by the Agung Podomoro Group.