Shomei Tomatsu, for example, experienced the destruction of Nagoya, his home city, as a teenager.
The conclusion of the court was that “Nagoya” was a code name for Kiyoshi Takayama.
In Nagoya, in Tokyo, or wherever you are, the theme is always some natural event connected with the nature near by.
Nagoya is noted for its manufacture of porcelain and cloisonné.
Kobe and Kyoto have a little more than half a million; Nagoya and Yokohama four hundred thousand apiece.
Nagoya, too, suffered heavily, and thousands of houses collapsed.
Hideyoshi had chosen Nagoya in the province of Hizen as the home-base of his operations.
The next largest city is Nagoya, with a population of 206,742.
The seismographs at Gifu and Nagoya registered the first half-dozen vibrations, and were then buried beneath the fallen buildings.
I have the same complaint to make against Japanese scenery—twelve hours of it by train from Nagoya to Yokohama.