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What does Kashima mean in English?

What does Kashima mean in English?

Other uses Kashima (god), a Shinto god who restrains the Namazu.

Which country is Kashima?

Kashima, Ibaraki

Kashima 鹿嶋市
Country Japan
Region Kantō
Prefecture Ibaraki

What does Naoki mean in Japanese?

Honest, Straight
The name Naoki is primarily a male name of Japanese origin that means Honest, Straight. Furthermore/respect + record/period meaning child is a model of respect.

Where do Kashima Antlers play?

Ibaraki Kashima Soccer StadiumKashima Antlers / Arena/Stadium

Is Kashima Kun a boy?

Yuu Kashima is a female character in the anime and manga series Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun. She’s a good friend of Chiyo Sakura, Umetarou Nozaki, Yuzuki Seo, Hirotaka Wakamatsu, Mikoto Mikoshiba, and Masayuki Hori, and the elder sister of Rei Kashima, who attends mddle school at The Ladies Academy.

Is Kashima a last name?

Kashima (written: 鹿島) is a Japanese surname.

What happened to Kashima Antlers?

Its last standing in the JSL was 2nd in the Second Division for 1991/92. After the formation of the fully professional J.League, Sumitomo, like all other clubs, stripped the corporate brand from the club’s name and reformed as the Kashima Antlers.

Who owns Kashima Antlers?

Mercari Inc.
E-commerce firm Mercari Inc. announced Tuesday it has taken a controlling stake in J-League first-division club Kashima Antlers. The company behind the Mercari marketplace app reportedly paid 1.6 billion yen ($14.75 million) to obtain the 61.6 percent shareholding previously held by Nippon Steel.

Who does Yuu Kashima like?

She has a firm loyalty towards Masayuki Hori, whom she calls Hori-chan-senpai, and often seeks his attention.

What is the population of Kashima?

Kashima is a city located in the southern part of Saga Prefecture on the island of Kyushu, Japan. As of February 28, 2017, the city has an estimated population of 30,159 and a population density of 270 persons per km². The total area is 112.10 km².

What is the Kashima Industrial Zone?

Kashima is the central city of the Kashima Industrial Zone, and it has a large industrial park with about 1500 factories, especially petrochemical and steel plants. The Japanese government created this zone in 1963, and the development was mostly completed in 1973. Agriculture and commercial fishing also play a part in the local economy.

How far is Kashima from Tokyo?

It is approximately 110 kilometers to the northeast of Tokyo. Kashima has a Humid continental climate (Köppen Cfa) characterized by warm summers and cool winters with light snowfall.

What is Kashima famous for?

Kashima is the home of the J. League’s Kashima Antlers. Its home field, Kashima Soccer Stadium, was used as a site during the 2002 FIFA World Cup. The city is also the site of the Kashima Shrine, a Shinto shrine which is considered the birthplace of many influential styles of Japanese swordsmanship (Kenjutsu).