The spelling Ezo reflects the pronunciation in Modern Standard Japanese. The spelling Yezo reflects its pronunciation circa 1600 AD, when Europeans first came in contact with Japan. It is this historical spelling that is reflected in the scientific Latin term yezoensis, as in Fragaria yezoensis and Porphyra yezoensis.
Ezo can refer to:
Lifting the lid on EZO can-end production: Crown Holding, Inc.'s Massillon, OH, easy-open can-end manufacturing plant speeds steel-end production to add consumer convenience to products such as soups from Baxters Food Group Ltd.(packaging manufacturing)
Jul 01, 2005; Walk through the canned goods aisle any supermarket in Western Europe or Japan, and you're likely to notice at least one big...