tsubo

tsubo

A general term for any of the energy points which are stimulated in traditional Oriental massage therapy.

tsubo (tsōō·bō),

n.pl mapped points on the body that correspond to and influence certain organs. Also called
acupoints.
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In Japanese terms, this is equivalent to approximately 16,000 tsubo or roughly the size of the Tokyo Dome (*2).
Japanese doctors first recognized this syndrome around 1990 and named it Takotsubo cardiomyopathy; tako tsubo are octopus traps that resemble the unusual pot-like shape of the stricken heart.
Traditional Echizen ware is known for the small vessels called o-haguro tsubo (tooth-blackening jars).
Q1 2013 Q1 2013 US$ Per [euro] Per Q1 2013 Local Sq Ft Sq M Currency Rent/ Markets Per Annum Per Annum Measurement Hong Kong $4,328 36,351 [euro] HK$ 2,800 psf pm New York $2,970 24,944 [euro] US$ 2,970 psf pa London $1,053 8,843 [euro] 1,100 [pounds sterling] ITZA pa Paris $1,050 8,820 [euro] 14,000 [euro] ITZA pa Sydney $1,018 8,549 [euro] AUS$ 10,525 psm pa Tokyo $895 7,519 [euro] JPY 250,000 per tsubo pm Melbourne $851 7,148 [euro] AUS$ 8,800 psm pa Zurich $822 6,905 [euro] CHF 8,400 psm pa Brisbane $739 6,209 [euro] AUS$ 7,645 psm pa Moscow $739 6,203 [euro] US$ 7,950 psm pa Source: CBRE Research, Q1 2013.
Other footwear lines include TSUBO, Ahnu, and Deckers brand.
3 square meters, or the equivalent of 1 tsubo, the traditional Japanese unit for real estate space.
eC[pounds sterling]The city created the museum with grants subsidised by the nuclear facilities up there,eC[yen] said Mitsuaki Tsubo, 53, as he sat in a park playing cards with his neighbours.
4) The Tsubo Wazata ($140) has a sleek design and a double-density polyurethane footbed that's firmer in the heel for support and softer by the toe for cushiony comfort.
With rents in Marunouchi soaring to JPY100,000 per tsubo (3.
The term "tako tsubo" was used as the appearance of the left ventriculogram looked like a tako tsubo, an instrument used to trap octopi in Japan (tako = octopus, tsubo = pot).
In 1936, for example, 91% of toy production took place in factories smaller than 10 tsubo (approximately 360 square feet), and the majority of toy factories employed less than five workers.
Makes like Azor and Tsubo are really comfortable and look cool.