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Seiichi Tobata was a Japanese professor of agriculture, and a pioneer of agricultural economics. Seiichi Tobata was awarded the 1968 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service, for his contributions to modernization of Japanese agriculture. He was also awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun (1975) and the Order of Culture (1980).

Tobata-ku, Kitakyūshū ward of Kitakyūshū, in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

Tobata-ku (戸畑区) is a ward of Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka, Japan. It is the smallest ward of Kitakyūshū city at 16.66 km². The population was 64,330 as of the national census in 2000.

Tobata Station railway station in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan

Tobata Station is a railway station on the Kagoshima Main Line operated by JR Kyushu in Tobata-ku, Kitakyūshū, Japan.

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Fukuoka Prefecture Prefecture of Japan

Fukuoka Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan on Kyūshū Island. The capital is the city of Fukuoka. As of 2018, it is the ninth most populated prefecture in Japan.

Onga District, Fukuoka district of Japan

Onga is a district located in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan.

Tajima was a town located in Minamiaizu District, Fukushima, Japan. It was the largest town in Minamiaizu District and in the summer held the locally famous Gion Festival, not to be confused with the Tobata Gion Festival in Kyushu.

Kyushu Institute of Technology higher education institution in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

Kyushu Institute of Technology is one of the 87 national universities in Japan. Located in Fukuoka Prefecture on the island of Kyushu, it is dedicated to education and research in the fields of science and technology. It is often abbreviated to KIT and sometimes to Kyutech.

Wakamatsu-ku, Kitakyūshū ward of Kitakyūshū, in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

Wakamatsu-ku (若松区) is a ward of Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka, Japan. It has an area of 67.86 km2 (26.20 sq mi) and a population of about 88,594.

Yahatahigashi-ku, Kitakyūshū ward of Kitakyūshū, in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

Yahatahigashi-ku (八幡東区) is a ward of Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka, Japan. It is the second smallest ward in Kitakyūshū after Tobata ward at only 36.36 square kilometres. Residents have a very high average age, one of the highest in Japan. The population was 77,077 at the end of September 2003.

Tobata Gion Yamagasa festival

The Tobata Gion Yamagasa festival (戸畑祇園山笠) is a popular local Japanese festival (matsuri) which takes place annually in Tobata, a ward of Kitakyushu in Fukuoka prefecture, Kyūshū, Japan. It is held for three days (Friday–Sunday) before and after the fourth Saturday of July. The festival is a national cultural asset of Japan, and is centred on the parading of the "Yamagasa" (山笠).

Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art

The Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art is located in Tobata-ku, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. Designed by Arata Isozaki, it sits on a hill straddling the three wards of Kokura Kita, Tobata, and Yahata Higashi. The museum houses more than 6,000 pieces of art, as well as offering various exhibitions throughout the year. The surrounding park not only offers a pleasant view over Tobata but is also a peaceful oasis with artwork in the form of sculptures scattered throughout.

West Japan Industrial Club

The West Japan Industrial Club is in Tobata ward, Kitakyushu. It was designed by Tatsuno Kingo and is his only surviving private house.

Nippon Suisan Kaisha

Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd. , more commonly known as Nissui, is a marine products company based in Japan. It had annual revenues of US$5.1 billion in 2014. The company was established in 1911, and is a commercial fishing and marine product procurement corporation. Its goal is to “Establish a global supply chain of marine products.”

Wakato Bridge bridge in Japan

The Wakato Bridge , is a suspension bridge in Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka, Japan. Opened on September 26, 1962, it has a 367-meter main span and is two kilometers long. The name of the bridge comes from the characters of the Kitakyūshū wards of Wakamatsu (松) and Tobata (畑) that the bridge connects across Dokai Bay.

Honjo Athletic Stadium

Honjo Stadium is a small athletic and multi-purpose stadium, opened in 1990 at Honjō Park in Ohiraki, Yahata Nishi-ku, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan.

Kitakyushu Designated city in Kyushu, Japan

Kitakyushu is one of two designated cities in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, together with Fukuoka, with a population of just under 1 million people.

Kyūshūkōdaimae Station railway station in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan

Kyūshūkōdaimae Station is a railway station on the Kagoshima Main Line operates by JR Kyushu in Tobata-ku, Kitakyūshū, Japan. Its name means, literally, "In front of Kyushu Institute of Technology".

Iwataya is a Japanese department store chain in Fukuoka Prefecture and owned by Iwataya Mitsukoshi Ltd. , a group company of Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, Ltd. Two stores are in Tenjin and Kurume.

Mikishi Abe Japanese architect

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