Kitayama

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Kitayama Station
... Kitayama Station is the name of multiple train stations in Japan ... Kitayama Station (Aichi) - (喜多山駅) in Aichi Prefecture Kitayama Station (Ehime) - (喜多山駅) in Ehime Prefecture Kitayama Station (Kōchi) - (北山駅) in Kōchi Prefecture Kitayama Station (Kyoto ...
Shingetsu
... Led by the "Japanese Peter Gabriel", Makoto Kitayama (recognized for his deep, wavering, mournful vocals), Shingetsu's cinematic progressive sound gained comparisons to peak-time Genesis and recognition overseas ... Consisting of Kitayama, Akira Hanamoto, Naoya Takahahi, Shizuo Suzuki and Haruhiko Tsuda, the band only lived long enough to produce one studio album, followed in later years by two live albums ... of the UK bands of the 1970s, while Kitayama's vocals give Shingetsu a distinctive edge from western bands ...
Kitayama Station (Tochigi)
... Kitayama Station (北山駅, Kitayama-eki?) is a train station in Mooka, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan ...
Kitayama, Wakayama
... Kitayama (北山村, Kitayama-mura?) is an enclave village that belongs to Higashimuro District, Wakayama, Japan, but is located on the border between Mie and Nara prefectures ... Kitayama is the only remaining village in Wakayama Prefecture ... Kitayama is known in Japan for growing a fruit called jabara, which is considered a potent cure for hay fever ...
Kitayama Botanical Garden
... The Kitayama Botanical Garden (北山緑化植物園, Kitayama Ryokka Shokubutsuen?), sometimes called the Nigawa Botanical Garden, is a botanical ...