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  Tachikawa travel guide - Wikitravel
Tachikawa (立川) is a city in the Tokyo prefecture.
Downtown Tachikawa is served by the JR Chuo line, Kawasaki Nambu line, and Tama Monorail.
Subaru of Tachikawa (aka Car Do), one of the largest Subaru dealers featuring large amounts of aftermarket parts as well as used cars.
wikitravel.org /en/Tachikawa   (153 words)

  
  Asiaweek.com | Power 50 | 2. Keiji Tachikawa | 2001
Tachikawa delivers a revolutionary management message, too: give free rein to creative talent and listen to your juniors.
Tachikawa attributes his progressive management style to his stints in the U.S. He has a business degree from MIT and spent a year in New York setting up NTT America.
Tachikawa's next challenge is preparing DoCoMo for the launch of its third-generation (3G) mobile phones, due this fall.
www.asiaweek.com /asiaweek/features/power50.2001/p02.html   (595 words)

  
 IEEE - IEEE History Center: Keiji Tachikawa Abstract
Tachikawa has worked for NTT since 1962, working largely in digital microwave and satellite technology.
He is proudest of his methodology of systems design for digital microwave technology, and for hid development of three visions for NTT: the Integrated Services Digital Network vision (1979), the VIandP (multimedia) vision (1990), and the MAGIC (mobile multimedia) vision (1999).
For questions or comments, please contact the IEEE Webmaster.
www.ieee.org /web/aboutus/history_center/oral_history/abstracts/tachikawaab.html   (257 words)

  
 Welcome to the TachikawaCity web site
Tachikawa City is located almost in the center of Tokyo Prefecture, slightly toward the west in the Tama Region.
Tachikawa City is positioned by the government as one of the Business Core Cities in theMetropolitan area.
The City was presumably named after the powerful Tachikawa clan who built a palace in this area and lived there from the end of Heian era to Kamakura era (roughly from the end of the 8th century to the 13th century AD).
www.city.tachikawa.tokyo.jp /en/outline/index.html   (563 words)

  
 Tachikawa Junior Chamber Inc.
Even one step fixes its eyes on a point from there while ascertaining the time and a flow of wind and exceeds it and acts with spirit to create for children carrying the next era.
Tachikawa junior chamber has a wide area comprising 3 cities.
I aim at bright rich social realization children are full of hope, and to overflow, and research does local many problems and asks for support, cooperation because I plan exercise development for children in the next generation for development of a community.
www.tachikawajc.or.jp /english/index.html   (330 words)

  
 Tachikawa Ki-94
The Tachikawa Ki-94 was to have a development life just the opposite of the Yokosuka R2Y Keiun in the aspect that the Ki-94 began as a radical and advanced thinking aircraft only to become, in the end, a much more conventional one.
In the summer of 1942, the aircraft firm of Tachikawa Hikoki K.K. and Koku Hombu (Army Air Headquarters) were in the midst of discussing and formulating the requirements and needs of a heavily armed, high-altitude interceptor.
Tachikawa estimated the top speed of the Ki-94 to be upwards of 485mph at 32,810ft.
members.aol.com /pelzig/ki94.html   (680 words)

  
 Keiji Tachikawa - MBA Program
Tachikawa observes that “space agencies throughout the world have had problems, and they all need to learn how to recover and succeed.
Tachikawa is best known internationally from his key role in revolutionizing telecommunications and making Japan the world leader in advanced mobile communications services.
Tachikawa traces his focus on innovation and the future of technology to his formative years in Japan after World War II, when thinking ahead was essential.
mitsloan.mit.edu /mba/alumni/tachikawa.php   (532 words)

  
 ASIANOW - TIME Asia | 'People Want to Use the Internet Anywhere, Anytime' | 11/20/2000
Tachikawa: We were founded only eight years ago, and had less than one million customers.
Tachikawa: Internet-related services should be targeted to young people, so we need young people to figure out what we should be doing.
Tachikawa: We want to promote the idea of wideband CDMA [short for code-division multiple access, a digital cellular technology], to help us with our goal of compatibility among different countries.
www.time.com /time/asia/features/interviews/2000/11/20/int.tachikawa.html   (1531 words)

  
 Metropolis - Art: Faret Tachikawa   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tachikawa City, a major hub on the west end of the Chuo line, thinks public art should be accessible and fun, not monumental and alienating.
After Tachikawa's US Army base was decommissioned in the late '70s, the Urban Development Corporation, a government joint venture, took over the huge site and began planning a progressive urban landscape.
Maps are available in Tachikawa station, 1F (near the koban), at the Tachikawa City Office, or at the city library inside Faret Tachikawa.
metropolis.co.jp /tokyoart/371/tokyoartinc.htm   (514 words)

  
 IEEE Communications Society - Awards
From 1997 to 1998, Dr. Keiji Tachikawa was senior executive vice president of NTT DoCoMo, Inc. From 1996 to 1997, Dr. Tachikawa was senior executive vice president, Business Communications Headquarters of NTT.
Tachikawa graduated from Tokyo University with a bachelor's degree in technology in 1962.
Tachikawa was born in Gifu Prefecture in 1939.
www.comsoc.org /socstr/org/operation/awards/tachikawa.htm   (318 words)

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