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Wako

Business

Wako Co., Ltd. is a department store retailer in Japan, whose best known store is at the heart of the Ginza shopping district in Tokyo. This store is famous for its watches, jewellery, chocolate, porcelain, dishware, and handbags, as well as upscale foreign goods. There is an art gallery, called Wako Hall, on the sixth floor. Wako was founded in 1881 by Kintarō Hattori as a watch and jewelry shop called K. Hattori in Ginza. In 1947, the retail division split off as Wako Co., Ltd.

  • also known as Wako Department Store, Tokyo
  • official website: www.wako.co.jp

Character

Wako is a fictional character from the 2009 film The Unbroken.

Place

Wako: Wakō is a city located in southern Saitama Prefecture, Japan, bordering on Tokyo.

Phrases with Wako

  1. Colias Ladakensis Wako
  2. Parnassius Acdestis Wako
  3. Subspecies Colias Ladakensis Wako
  4. Subspecies Parnassius Acdestis Wako

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Google previewReport of the Alabama History Commission to the Governor of Alabama (1901)

December 1, 1900 by Thomas McAdory Owen

Wako is a species of heron, bluish-grey 2' high; kayi breeding place. Another "Wacacoys," is mentioned in 1832, as situated on Lower ...

Google previewA Migration Legend of the Creek Indians (1884)

by Albert Samuel Gatschet

Wako is a species of heron, bluish-grey, 2 ' high; ...

Google previewPublications of the Alabama Historical Society (1901)

Miscellaneous Collections by Alabama Historical Society

Wako is a species of heron, bluish-grey 2' high; kayi breeding place. r. Another "Wacacoys," is mentioned in 1832, as situated on Lower ...

Google previewPublications of the Alabama Historical Society. Miscellaneous Collections (1901)

by Alabama Historical Society

Wako is a species of heron, bluish-grey 2' high; kayi breeding place. Another “Wacacoys,” is mentioned in 1832, as situated on Lower.

Google previewReprint (1901)

by Alabama Historical Society

Wako is a species of heron, bluish-grey 2' high; kayi breeding place. Another "Wacacoys," is mentioned in 1832, as situated on Lower Creek Indian Towns and Villages. 413.

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Historic Places: Asia and Oceania (1994)

by Trudy Ring, Robert M. Salkin, Sharon La Boda

As the story goes, 1,200 years ago a peasant farmer and a wealthy young woman named Wako came together ...

Google previewA dictionary of the Kaffir language. Kaffir-English (1872)

by William J. Davis

Usondoda wako : Thy father- in-law. Lit. The father of thy husband. See u-So. uku Songa, v.t.x.z. 1. To fold a garment ; to roll up, as a coil of things. 2. To turn back an animal or person from the path they are pursuing. Songa inkomo zingangeni ...

Google previewA Nika-English Dictionary (1887)

by Johann Ludwig Krapf, Johannes Rebmann

Mufui ukikala uka- guiririra, ka-u-kabuadzi, basi hata niama akafumagua ni mutu mungine, aki-mu-ulaga, niama hiye ni wako ; kuani ndiwe udzaye-mu-ansa. Guiririsa ( = Guiririra, 2). Guirua, v.p. Ku guirua ni haya, To be seized with shame.

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Scrabble value of W4A1K5O1

The value of this 4-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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