Asama

Asama
Asama es un volcán de Japón, el más activo de todo el archipiélago, situado en la isla de Hondo a aproximadamente 100 km de Tokyo,tiene una altura de 2.542 m..

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  • Asama — yama Asama yama (浅間山) L Asama yama, ou mont Asama Géographie Altitude 2 568 m Massif …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Asama — im Jahr 2005 Höhe 2.542 m …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Asama — may mean: *Mount Asama, a volcano in Japan. *Asama Shrine, a category of Shinto shrine in Japan. *Asama (Shinkansen), a train service. * Asama , a cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy from 1899 to the end of World War II. * asama from Sanskrit… …   Wikipedia

  • Asama — Asama,   einer der aktivsten Vulkane Japans, 2 542 m über dem Meeresspiegel, 140 km nordwestlich von Tokio im Joshinetsu Kogen Nationalpark; besonders verheerender Ausbruch 1783 …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ASAMA — Mauritaniae Tingitanae fluv. Ptol. Omirabi Castaldo …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • aşama — is. 1) Önem veya değer bakımından gitgide yükselen bir sıra basamakların her biri, rütbe, mertebe, paye 2) Varılması istenen bir amaca doğru geçilmesi gerekli dönemlerden her biri, evre, basamak, adım, merhale 3) sp. Bir yarışın belirli uzaklığı… …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • Asama — noun a volcano in central Honshu near Nagano; one of the largest volcanoes in Japan (8,340 feet) • Syn: ↑Mount Asama • Instance Hypernyms: ↑volcano • Part Holonyms: ↑Honshu, ↑Hondo, ↑Japan, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Asama (train) — Asama E2 series Asama at Tokyo Station, June 2002 Service type Shinkansen Operator JR East Line used …   Wikipedia

  • Asama Maru — Technische Daten Schiffstyp: Passagier und Frachtschiff Verdrängung: 9300 t Schiffsvermessung: 16.975 BRT …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Asama-Yama — (浅間山) L Asama yama, ou mont Asama Géographie Altitude 2 568 m Massif …   Wikipédia en Français

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