Ogasawara

Ogasawara, Ogasawara Subprefecture, Tokyo, 100-2101, Japan
category: boundary — type: administrative — OSM: relation 4561990

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80 items

Minamijima (Q11407776)
item type: island
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

南島(みなみじま)は、東京都・小笠原諸島の父島列島の一部をなす島。

Ogasawara Municipal Hahajima Elementary and Junior High School (Q55541266)
item type: elementary school in Japan / 義務教育学校 / 中学校
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

小笠原村立母島小中学校(おがさわらそんりつははじましょうちゅうがっこう)は、東京都小笠原村母島字元地にある併設型小中一貫校。母島では唯一の学校である。

Street address: 東京都小笠原村母島字元地 (from Wikidata)

South Iojima native natural environment conservation area (Q11408320)
item type: protected area
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

南硫黄島原生自然環境保全地域(みなみいおうとうげんせいしぜんかんきょうほぜんちいき)は、自然環境保全法に基づき1975年(昭和50年)5月17日に指定された日本の原生自然環境保全地域。南硫黄島(東京都小笠原村)全域が指定されており、これまで人間の影響が希薄であったことにより原生の自然がよく保たれている。原生自然環境保全地域の中では唯一全域が立入制限地区とされている。

Japanese minesweeper Keinan Maru (Q85770877)
item type: ship
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Keinan Maru (Japanese: 慶南丸 ) was an auxiliary minesweeper of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.

Japanese minesweeper Showa Maru No. 7 (Q85770880)
item type: ship
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Showa Maru No. 7 (Japanese: 第七昭和丸) was an auxiliary minesweeper of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.

Iwo Jima Communication Site (Q4420365)
item type: naval air station
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

硫黄島通信所(いおうじまつうしんじょ Iwo Jima Communication Site)は、東京都小笠原村硫黄島に所在するアメリカ海軍の訓練施設である。横須賀を事実上の母港とする航空母艦艦載機の夜間離着陸訓練(NLP)が行われている。

Ogasawara Downrange Station (Q11463405)
item type: ground station
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

小笠原追跡所(おがさわらついせきじょ、Ogasawara Downrange Station, ODS)は東京都父島に位置する、独立行政法人宇宙航空研究開発機構(JAXA)の施設。

website: https://www.jaxa.jp/about/centers/odrs/index_j.html, https://global.jaxa.jp/about/centers/odrs/index.html

Chibusa Dam (Q111912630)
item type: dam
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chibusa Dam is a gravity dam located in Tokyo prefecture in Japan. The dam is used for water supply. The catchment area of the dam is km2. The dam impounds about 1 ha of land when full and can store 35 thousand cubic meters of water. The construction of the dam was started on 1971 and completed in 1973.

Harinoiwa (Q49640411)
item type: island
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

針之岩(はりのいわ)は、小笠原諸島の聟島列島にある無人島。

Kitanoshima (Q49646126)
item type: island
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

北之島(きたのしま)は東京都小笠原村にある島。北ノ島とも表記される。

Chichijima Airfield (Q1708271)
item type: military airbase
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chichijima Airfield (父島飛行場, Chichijima Hikōjō) (ICAO: RJAO) is an airfield on the island of Chichi-jima in Japan. It has a landing slope facility for flying boats (e.g. Shin Meiwa US-1A/US-2) and a heliport for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) Chichijima Naval Base.

ICAO airport code: RJAO

Shigure Dam (Q34926194)
item type: dam
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Shigure Dam is an asphalt dam located in Tokyo prefecture in Japan. The dam is used for water supply. The catchment area of the dam is km2. The dam impounds about 2 ha of land when full and can store 100 thousand cubic meters of water. The construction of the dam was completed in 1976.

Magojima (Q49656022)
item type: island
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

孫島(まごじま)は東京都小笠原村にある島。

Higashijima (Q49641014)
item type: island
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

東島(ひがしじま)は東京都小笠原村にある島。

Kita-Fukutokutai (Q12769116)
item type: submarine volcano / ocean bank
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

北福徳堆(きたふくとくたい)は硫黄島と南硫黄島の間にある海底火山。漁業関係者には海勢場(かいせのば)と呼ばれている。最浅部(北緯24度24.8分0秒 東経141度24.9分0秒)の標高は-55m。活火山に分類されている。

Battle for Outpost Vegas (Q19839896)
item type: battle / conflict
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The battle for Outpost Vegas was a battle during the Korean War between the armed forces of the United Nations Command (UN) and China from 26 to 30 March 1953, four months before the end of the Korean War. Vegas was one of three outposts called the Nevada Cities north of the Main Line of Resistance (MLR), the United Nations defensive line which stretched roughly around the latitude 38th Parallel. Vegas, and the outposts it supported, Reno and Carson, were manned by elements of the 1st Marine Division. On 26 March 1953 the Chinese People's Volunteer Army (PVA) launched an attack on the Nevada Cities, including Vegas, in an attempt to better the position of China and North Korea in the Panmunjon peace talks which were occurring at the time, and to gain more territory for North Korea when its borders would be solidified. The battle raged for five days until PVA forces halted their advance after capturing one outpost north of the MLR on 30 March, but were repelled from Vegas. The battle for Outpost Vegas and the surrounding outposts are considered the bloodiest fighting to date in western Korea during the Korean War. It is estimated that there were over 1,000 American casualties and twice that number of Chinese during the Battle for Outpost Vegas. The battle is also known for the involvement of Sergeant Reckless, a horse in a USMC recoilless rifle platoon who transported ammunition and the wounded during the U.S. defense of outpost Vegas.

Iwo Jima LORAN-C transmitter (Q6100958)
item type: LORAN-C Transmitter
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Iwo Jima LORAN-C transmitter was a LORAN-C transmitter at Iwo Jima, Japan of Grid 9970 at 24°48′8″N 141°19′32″E. The Iwo Jima LORAN-C transmitter had a transmission power of 4 megawatts, which is more than the most powerful broadcasting stations. The Iwo Jima LORAN-C transmitter had a 411.5 meter (1350 ft) tall guyed mast, which was built in 1963. A guy wire insulator eyebolt failed sending the insulator crashing into the tower, knocking it out of plumb. It collapsed in 1964 on repair of the structural damage caused by the insulator. The collapsing tower killed four construction contract workers, three on the tower and one on the ground. The collapse also destroyed the transmitter building.

Battle of Iwo Jima (Q180182)
item type: battle
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Battle of Iwo Jima (19 February – 26 March 1945) was a major battle in which the United States Marine Corps (USMC) and United States Navy (USN) landed on and eventually captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) during World War II. The American invasion, designated Operation Detachment, had the purpose of capturing the island with its two airfields: South Field and Central Field.

Volcano Islands (Q1141683)
item type: island group
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Volcano Islands (火山列島, Kazan Rettō) or Iwo Islands (硫黄列島, Iō-rettō) are a group of three Japanese-governed islands in Micronesia. They lie south of the Ogasawara Islands and belong to the municipality of Ogasawara, Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. The islands are all active volcanoes lying atop an island arc that stretches south to the Marianas. They have an area of 32.55 square kilometres (12.57 sq mi), and a population of 380. The island of Iwo Jima in the Volcano Islands lies about 1,240 kilometres (770 mi) southeast of Miyazaki.

South Field (Q7567224)
item type: military airbase
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Field was a World War II airfield on Iwo Jima in the Volcano Islands, located in the Central Pacific. The Volcano Islands are part of Japan. The airfield was located on the southern corner of Iwo Jima located on the Motoyama plateau, to the north of Mount Suribachi. South Field was significant to the overall Battle of Iwo Jima.

Ishino Site (Q11587263)
item type: archaeological site
Summary from 日本語 / Japanese Wikipedia (jawiki)

石野遺跡(いしのいせき)は、東京都小笠原村の北硫黄島にある、1世紀頃のものと推定される遺跡である。

Marcus Island LORAN-C transmitter (Q1798264)
item type: LORAN-C Transmitter
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Marcus Island LORAN-C transmitter, or Minami Torishima LORAN-C transmitter, is a former LORAN-C transmitter on Minami-Tori-shima (Marcus Island) in Ogasawara, Tokyo, Japan at (24°17′8″N 153°58′54″E). Until 1993 it was part of Grid 9970 and used a transmission power of 4000 kilowatts, which was more than the most powerful broadcasting stations ever used.