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  Ginza Rba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ginza Rba (in Mandaic, which translates into The Great Treasure) or Siddra Rba (The Great Book) is one of many holy scriptures of the Mandaean religion.
There are no full English translations of the Ginza Rba available; although you find bits and pieces on the Internet and scattered through various research books on the Mandaeans.
Ginza Rba and other Mandaean materials at the Gnostic Society Library.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ginza_Rba   (255 words)

  
 Ginza - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ginza (銀座) is a place in Chūō Ward, Tokyo, named after the silver-coin mint (Gin = silver, za = mint) established here in 1612 during the Edo period.
Modern Ginza began in 1872 when, after a devastating fire, the district was rebuilt with two- and three-storey Georgian brick buildings designed by the English architect Thomas Waters along with a shopping promenade on the street, from the Shinbashi bridge to the Kyōbashi bridge in the southwestern part of Chūō Ward.
As well as being an entertainment and shopping district, Ginza also houses many of Tokyo's corporate offices and the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ginza   (198 words)

  
 Tokyo/Ginza - Wikitravel
Ginza is the home of Tokyo's oldest and most prestigious department stores; the most exclusive is probably Wako.
Ginza is famous for its bakeries and cafes.
Ginza Cafe Paulista [8] (http://www.paulista.co.jp/), Nagasaki Center Bldg 1F, Ginza 8-9.
wikitravel.org /en/Tokyo/Ginza   (936 words)

  
 Ginza Musik - CD, DVD, Filmer, Spel.
Ginza Musik stavas inte som Ginsa eller ginsamusik.
Ginza kan du hitta musikstilar som rap, rap musik, rapp, reggae, rockmusik, rock musik, rockabilly, rockmusik, schlager, schlagermusik, singlar, ska musik, soul, soul musik, techno, techno musik.
Ginza har ett stort utbud av data-spel, data spel, datorspel, dator-spel, dator spel, tvspel, tv-spel, tv spel.
www.ginza.se   (343 words)

  
 Japanese Architecture: Ginza, Tokyo
The history of Ginza is deeply intertwined with the Westernization of Japan.
Ginza lost some of its edginess during World War II, when consumer goods were less available and traditional social roles were strongly promoted by the authoritarian government.
Ginza itself was leveled near the end of the war, along with Tokyo, when Allied aircraft made a firestorm of the city.
www.orientalarchitecture.com /tokyo/GINZA.htm   (441 words)

  
 GINZA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Ginza (銀座) ist ein als Hauptgeschäfts- und Vergnügungsviertel bekannter Stadtteil von Tokio mit einer Vielzahl von Restaurants, Theatern, Kaufhäusern, Austellungsräumen, Kunstgallerien, Nachtclubs und Hotels.
Im Jahre 1612 in der Edo-Periode wurde in diesem Gebiet eine Silbermünzstätte gegründet, von der sich der Name Ginza ableitet.
In der Nähe der Ginza liegt die Endstation des Hochgeschwindigkeitszuges Shinkansen.
www.toonorama.com /encyclopedia/G/Ginza   (84 words)

  
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"Ginza" is one of the most popular names of the town in Japan.
Ginza is located almost the center of Tokyo (or center of Japan).
I dare say Ginza is the same name of the fashionable area along The Fifth Street in New York.
homepage2.nifty.com /zxz/Ginza.htm   (240 words)

  
 Ginza   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This Ginza lays very serious claim to being the best sushi restaurant in Boston and surrounding towns, which is tantamount to the New England championship.
At Ginza, we were surprised by a half lobster shell stuffed with rice and heaped with cooked lobster meat and crunchy shreds of yellow bean-curd skin.
In a martini glass was a leaf of the wildly flavored herb shiso, and diced morsels of several cooked fish in a sauce of sea-urchin roe.
www.bostonphoenix.com /archive/food/97/01/16/GINZA.html   (995 words)

  
 Ginza shopping district, Tokyo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Ginza, literally "the silver place" is the main shopping area of Tokyo - like Oxford Street in London, or the Champs Elysees in Paris.
It has remained the largest area of Western influence in Tokyo, since the Meiji restoration of when the government instructed English architect Thomas Waters to rebuild the area in red brick.
The Wako department store, an enduring landmark of the Ginza area, was originally built in 1894.
www.mykreeve.net /japan/tokyo/ginza/index.htm   (119 words)

  
 Ginza
Ginza is one of Tokyo's largest and most famous shopping, dining and entertainment districts, featuring many department stores, shops, restaurants, night clubs and cafes.
Ginza is most attractive on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, when the central Chuo Street gets closed to traffic and become a large pedestrian zone.
Ginza Station on the Subway Hibiya, Marunouchi and Ginza Line, Higashi-Ginza Station on the Subway Hibiya and Asakusa Line, and Yurakucho Station on the JR Yamanote and JR Keihin-Tohoku Line are the most convenient stations to get to Ginza.
www.japan-guide.com /e/e3005.html   (246 words)

  
 Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo: Ginza   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
(1603-1868), Ginza quarter developed when it was rebuilt during the Meiji era at the image of London after its total destruction by a fire in 1872.
All the wooden buildings of the past were replaced by western style's stone constructions and, in Ginza, large avenues were designed as the ones in Paris.
Thereafter the district was destroyed twice: in 1923 by a terrible earthquake which shook the Kanto plain then in 1945 under the bombardments of the american army.
japan.chez.tiscali.fr /Tokyo/Japan/Ginza0.htm   (238 words)

  
 Ginza - Wikipedia
Die Ginza (銀座) ist ein als Hauptgeschäfts- und Vergnügungsviertel bekannter Stadtteil von Tokio mit einer Vielzahl von Restaurants, Theatern, Kaufhäusern, Austellungsräumen, Kunstgallerien, Nachtclubs und Hotels.
Nachdem die Ginza 1872 vollständig niederbrannte, wurde sie von einem britischen Architekten namens Josiah Conder komplett neu aufgebaut.
Heute ist der Name "Ginza" gleichbedeutender Ausdruck für "Einkaufssttraße" geworden, so gibt es nun in ganz Japan Ginzas.
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ginza   (159 words)

  
 ifo Apple Store - Direct From Ginza!
After sleeping for 15 hours, I packed, had some lunch and then headed over to the Ginza Apple store in the continuing rain for one last look, and to experience the store as it might regularly be occupied.
Sunday is a big shopping day for the Ginza, so there was a huge crowd passing by the store starting at about 9 a.m., straining to get a look inside, and crunched up against the waiting line--it all generated increased excitement as the countdown continued.
Devin was the first person in line at the Ginza store at 6 a.m., followed by two men at 9 a.m., and then several more young men and women, until there was a group of 12 for the overnighter.
www.ifoapplestore.com /stores/ginza/ginza_direct.html   (4546 words)

  
 Antipixel | Blog | Pictures of the Apple Store, Ginza
From a practical point of view, putting the store in Ginza doesn’t seem to make a lot of sense: it’s not the most convenient location by any means.
Ginza is the most famous shopping district in the country, and one of the most famous in the world.
To me Ginza is the most logical choice for Apple - a nice, fashionable upscale area where they kinda see their products fitting right in.
www.antipixel.com /blog/archives/2003/11/30/pictures_of_the_apple_store_ginza.html   (1565 words)

  
 Ginza Rba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The book mainly hand written with upright text on right-hand page for the living and text turned upside-down is the left for the The right section of the Ginza Rba sections dealing with theology creation ethics historical mythical narratives.
For example Ginza oder das grosse Buch der Mandaer" by Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht Göttingen 1925 There are no full English of the Ginza Rba available; although you bits and pieces on the Internet and through various research books on the Mandaeans
Ginza Rba (http://www.gnosis.org/~gnosis/library/ginzarba.htm) and other Mandaean materials at the Society Library.
www.freeglossary.com /Ginza_Rba   (564 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (東京地下鉄銀座線) is a metro line in Tokyo, Japan, administered by the Tokyo Metro.
Image File history File links Tokyo Metro Ginza Line File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version.
The line reached Shibuya in 1939, although the segment west of Aoyama-itchome was operated by a separate company, Tokyo Rapid Railway, from 1937 to the TRTA's consolidation in 1941.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Tokyo-Metro-Ginza-Line   (1710 words)

  
 Tokyo Metro Ginza Line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Being the oldest line, the Ginza Line is also the closest line to the surface, generally no more than one and a half stories underground.
The Ginza Line and the Marunouchi Line run on standard gauge (1435 mm) rails; the other Tokyo Metro lines run on narrow gauge (1067 mm) rails.
Also like the Marunouchi Line, the Ginza Line uses the shortest trains on the Metro, with only six cars.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tokyo_Metro_Ginza_Line   (344 words)

  
 Tokyo Food Page Restaurant Listings - Ginza/Yurakucho
It's a trip back through time - this Ginza fixture (it opened in 1895) invented the strange Westernized dishes hayashi rice and omu-rice (rice omelette), and they still serve them the same way.
With 450 varieties of world teas from 32 countries, Mariage Freres in Ginza offers the tea aficionado a rare combination of elegance, atmosphere and quality.
Watch the beautiful people stroll by at Ginza's Fugetsudo while enjoying a big chunk of kasutera and okawari ocha for under Y600.
www.bento.com /ra-ginza.html   (2793 words)

  
 Ginza Rba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Ginza Rba (in Mandaic, which translates intoThe Great Treasure) or Siddra Rba (The Great Book) is one of many holy scriptures of the Mandaean religion.
For example "Der Ginza oder das grosse Buch derMandaer" published by Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, Göttingen, 1925 There are nofull English translations of the Ginza Rba available; although you find bits and pieces on the Internet and scattered throughvarious research books on the Mandaeans
Ginza Rba and other Mandaean materials at the GnosticSociety Library.
www.therfcc.org /ginza-rba-102766.html   (217 words)

  
 Ginza :: Tokyo Essentials :: Tokyo Tourist Guide
Exit C2 of Ginza Subway Station, which incidentally was built for the 1964 Olympics, brings you out next to the Sukiyabashi zebra crossing.
For advertising purposes there's definite merit in a Ginza location, but the extortionate price of land means that in terms of making a profit, stores must rely on their branches in cheaper areas.
Anmitsu is an expensive desert but it essentially consists of a dollop of sweet red beans, several transparent cubes of gelatin, a couple of rice balls and some fruit cocktail (which, don't you dare say looks like it's come out of a tin!).
www.tokyoessentials.com /ginza.html   (1069 words)

  
 Shopping in Tokyo?
Rising like a geometric iceberg above the Ginza, Japan’s premier shopping area, the Hotel Seiyo Ginza is an unrivalled address for those who wish to indulge in a little ‘retail therapy’ during their stay in Tokyo.
The Ginza has long been one of Asia’s great shopping paradises, offering an almost overwhelming selection of everything from pearls to fine antiques, designer handbags and fashions to high class stationery.
A further two restaurants are also to be found on the Seiyo Ginza premises: “Attore”, specializing in the dishes of northern Italy and featuring a Restaurant, Trattoria and Wine Bar, and “Kitcho” which serves formal Japanese cuisine in the exquisite ‘Kaiseki’ multi course style.
www.travellady.com /Issues/Issue61/shoppingintokyo.htm   (855 words)

  
 Ginza 70300 - Naot / Shoes Wholesale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Ginza 70300 Hustle 22040 Sioux - 698 Ginza 70300 - Naot / Shoes Wholesale
Ginza 70300 Hannover 67100 Fiord 62721 Ginza 70300 - Naot / Shoes Wholesale
Ginza 70300 Conga Conga Ginza 70300 - Naot / Shoes Wholesale
www.onlineshoescentral.uni.cc /Ginza_70300_34150.html   (1061 words)

  
 Ginza   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Ginza is the most exclusive and expensive shopping area in Japan.
The name Ginza comes from "silver mint" which the Shogun built in the area in 1612.
In 1860 they opened to foreign trade and the Ginza is where western architecture and imports were first displayed.
www.artisandevelopers.com /web/tokyo/ginza.htm   (174 words)

  
 Metropolis Visitors Guide :: GINZA + YURAKUCHO + SHINBASHI + MARUNOUCHI
Their Ginza branch has all the hallmarks of a modern-day department store with a massive food basement and several floors o f designer goods and gifts.
Famed stationers Ito-ya occupy a nine-floor building that’s become a Ginza landmark and is a favorite stop for those who delight in finely crafted paper, pens, drafting equipment, and thousands of other products from Japan and abroad.
The Ginza branch of this Shibuya bar is a little classier in terms of decor, but the drinks and food are the same as at the original branch.
metropolis.japantoday.com /vg/ginza.html   (1368 words)

  
 Hotel Monterey Ginza, Tokyo (Hotels Tokyo)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Its sister hotel, Hotel Monterey La Soeur Ginza is only a couple of blocks away.
Whether it be shopping, watching movies, going to the theatre or simply having a pleasant dinner, Ginza is THE place to be in Tokyo.
Located only ten minutes by foot from Tokyo Station and 20 minutes by train from Tokyo Disneyland and the Odaiba Entertainment areas, Hotel Monterey Ginza is in the perfect spot for both business and leisure.
www.bookings.org /hotel/jp/monterey-ginza.html?aid=300620   (426 words)

  
 Golden Ginza Home Page
The Golden Ginza, located in the Rondout area of Kingston, New York, is a fine Japanese restaurant that specializes in fresh, delicious, sushi, and Beni-Hana hibachi-style cooked seafood, shell fish, poultry, and beef.
The Golden Ginza has a wide variety of foods to suit everybody's palate.
The Golden Ginza is open five days a week for lunch and seven nights for dinner.
www.goldenginza.com   (153 words)

  
 Ginza
The Ginza shopping district is the source of the famous images of Tokyo as a lit-up city.
I also have a nice panorama of Ginza on the Japan Panorama Page.
I don't have the shopping gene, but still, Ginza is a trip.
pic.templetons.com /brad/photo/japan/ginza   (555 words)

  
 Mitsui Urban Hotel Ginza, Tokyo (Hotels Tokyo)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Ginza - the fashionable center of culture and information, where top brand names line the streets and people gather to enjoy the "good life".
Mitsui Urban Hotel Ginza stands overlooking Ginza Namiki Street.
On Foot: 3 minute walk from Shimbashi Station, Ginza Exit (JR Yamanote Line).
www.bookings-asia.com /jp/hotels/mitsui-urban-ginza?area_key=region&id=100017&lang=uk&state=%93%8C%8B%9E&style=B&via=search   (243 words)

  
 Lodging.com: Hotel Details
At the Ginza Nikko Hotel, all guest rooms are tastefully decorated with emphasis on the warm and relaxing quality of the fine wood.
Every care is taken to ensure that all our guests can rest at ease.
Ginza Nikko Hotel is located in the heart of Tokyo and is the center of culture, shopping, fashion and business.
www.lodging.com /App/ViewSpecificHotelLP?masterId=16268   (168 words)

  
 Ginza of Tokyo Japanese restaurant, Madison, Wisconsin
It's the attention to detail that sets Ginza apart from all other Oriental restaurants in Madison.
You can choose to dine at the hibachi, in a private tearoom or at the sushi bar.
The chef will slice the tails of shrimp and flip the tails in the air, catching them in a bowl...
www.ginzamadison.com   (220 words)

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