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Art and culture

Anime and manga

See: /Anime and Manga

Artists

  • Okada Gyokuzan (ja:岡田玉山)
  • Mark Horiuchi (American of Japanese descent)
  • Carol Inouye (American of Japanese descent)
  • Sayuri Iwai (moved from anime/manga request ja:岩井小百合 website, not sure it will pass WP:N)
  • Shoko Kanazawa (Acclaimed contemporary female calligrapher, down syndrome. Museum in Iwaki, Fukushima. http://kanazawa-shoko.jp/museum/index.php ja:金澤翔子)
  • Shuza Kato (probably Shuzo Kato)
  • Yoshikazu Nakata
  • Nobuyuki Nishihara
  • Isamu Ohto
  • Keiji Sugita
  • Fuko Ueda (Japanese surrealist) ja:上田風子
  • Nagasaki school

Designers

Music

  • Arlequin (JRock visual kei band)
  • Asia Engineer (ja:エイジアエンジニア)
  • Born (JRock visual kei band)
  • Circus (ja:サーカス (歌手))
  • Codomo dragon (JRock visual kei band)
  • Elektel (ja:ELEKTEL)
  • Escalator Records
  • Gotcharocka (JRock visual kei band)
  • Guitar (artist) (ギター)[1]
  • Hi-Posi
  • Kiryu (JRock visual kei band) (ja:己龍) – visual kei band (Crunchyroll), Website (in Japanese), Cure magazine April 2016 cover (in Japanese), AnimePro (in German), Oricon Style profile page (in Japanese)
  • L⇔R (ja:L⇔R)
  • LOG (JRock visual kei band)
  • Love Tambourines (ja:ラヴ・タンバリンズ)
  • Neil & Iraiza (ja:NEIL&IRAIZA)
  • NOCTURNAL BLOODLUST (JRock visual kei band)
  • Nyango Star (ja:にゃんごすたー [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] )
  • P&art Sasanoooha (ja:P&ART SASANOOOHA)
  • Portable Rock (ja:ポータブル・ロック)
  • Pro Musica Nipponia (traditional instrument orchestra founded by Minoru Miki in 1964)
  • Qypthone
  • Readymade Records
  • RevleZ (JRock visual kei band)
  • Sunaga t Experience
  • Tokyo No.1 Soul Set (ja:TOKYO NO.1 SOUL SET)
Songs
  • Akkanbē Bashi (Watarirouka Hashiritai single, ja:アッカンベー橋)
  • Daijōbu (Hilcrhyme song, ja:大丈夫 (Hilcrhymeの曲))
  • Forever Love (Shota Shimizu x Miliyah Kato song, ja:FOREVER LOVE (清水翔太×加藤ミリヤの曲))
  • Lion (Yusuke song, ja:ライオン (遊助の曲))
  • Mata Kimi ni Koishiteru (Billy Banban song, #1 cover by Fuyumi Sakamoto ja:また君に恋してる)
  • Modorenai Ashita (Aiko single, ja:戻れない明日)
  • Narayama (Shihoko Kitami poem, set to music by Kozaburo Hirai)[1][2]
  • Sakura (Ketsumeishi song) (ja:さくら (ケツメイシ))
  • Sakura (Monkey Majik song) (Monkey Majik song, ja:SAKURA (MONKEY MAJIKの曲))
  • Sakura Girl (NEWS song, ja:さくらガール
  • Tōkyō Ondo (Katsutaro Kouta song, theme song of the Tokyo Yakult Swallows, ja:東京音頭)

Photographers

  • Erika Yasuda

Authors

  • Eiichi Hoashi (ja:帆足英一) Pediatrician
  • Hiroshi Tamura could be Tamura Hiroshi (ja:田村裕), b.1979, a member of a comedian duo; As of December 2021 single publication, Hōmuresu chūgakusei, 2007. OCLC 1193956603)
  • Kaho Nakayama Nakayama Kaho (ja:中山可穂) referred in Kaitai zensho neo : sakka wa ikani tsukurareruka, magazine editorial team Da binchi henshūbu, OCLC 167514681, ISBN 9784840107150.

Clothing/fashion/beauty

Cultural Practices, Customs and Folkways

  • bokusen (卜占, see also 医、山(肉体的および精神的な鍛錬)を加えて「Gojutsu (五術) as five techniques with medicine and physical/mental training)
  • Cats in Japan
  • daigo mi (醍醐味)
  • Futen-zoku (Japanese equivalent of the American "hippie")
  • Imibe clan (see Shinto)
  • Iso-onna
  • Japanese fashion (presently a redirect)
  • Japanese mythology in popular culture
  • Jōruri puppets (ja:文楽#文楽人形)
  • Kage-Onna
  • Kerakera-Onna
  • Kyōbushō (see Shinto)
  • Momonjī
  • Ohaguro-Bettari
  • Sanjō Kokaji (noh drama)
  • sankanshion (ja:三寒四温)
  • Sunayu (砂湯)
  • taikodai (太鼓台)
  • Wandering child of Nippon

Festivals

  • Chichibu Yo-Matsuri (night festival with dashi parade ja:秩父夜祭 but no refs provided)
  • Countdown Japan (Year end music festival ja:COUNTDOWN JAPAN [[7]]) and Countdown Live (Year end solo concerts, as performed recently by Ayumi Hamasaki, Hitomi Yaida et al.)
  • Festival of Six Souls Sendai 2011, combination of six popular festivals in the wake of the Tohoku tragedies
  • Hanamatsuri, separate from the stub section at Buddha's Birthday#Japan
  • Hotaru Matsuri
  • Ii fufu no hi いい夫婦の日 https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%81%84%E3%81%84%E5%A4%AB%E5%A9%A6%E3%81%AE%E6%97%A5
  • Kagiya (fireworks competition ja:花火)
  • Kōbe Memorial Luminarie (ja:神戸ルミナリエ)
  • Kurama Fire Festival ([8]) ja:鞍馬の火祭
  • Mure Genpei Ishi Akari Road むれ源平 石あかりロード http://www.ishiakari-road.com/
  • Sendai Pageant of Starlight ja:SENDAI光のページェント
  • Tanuki Matsuri
  • Tondo festival ja:左義長

Films, TV and video

Films

  • Another Heaven http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0244975/
  • Director Infection (ja:監督感染)
  • Female Demon Ohyaku
  • Gokudō sengokushi: Fudō http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0123092/
  • A Holiday in Tokyo (ja:東京の休日 (1958年の映画)) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0183904/
  • Iden&Tity (ja:アイデン&ティティ)
  • The Invitation from Cinema Orion
  • K-20: Kaijin niju menso den
  • Kitanosakuramori (ja:北の桜守)
  • Legendary Crocodile, Jake and His Fellows (ja:伝説のワニ ジェイク)
  • V Madonna: daisenso http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0229005/
  • War without Rules
  • XX: Utsukushiki karyuudo http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0266066/ - Homeless Chugakusei

Actors

  • Noboru Mitani (ja:三谷昇)
  • Kaoru Oda (IMDb}
  • Tsutomu Tatumi
  • Ayano Shiraishi
  • Yoshiko Shinohara (actress)
  • Akemi Yamaguchi
  • Aki Mukai (ja:向井亜紀)
  • Hiromi Sakimoto (ja:崎本大海)
  • Mari Sekine (ja:関根麻里)
  • Ayako Yoshitani
  • Iori Kuroki
  • Tamaki Yasuoka
  • Yuu Aiuchi
  • Mashio Miyazaki (ja:宮崎真汐)
  • Chise Nīzu (ja:新津ちせ)
  • Yua Kawashima(ja:川島夕空)
  • Yusa Yazaki(ja:矢崎由紗)
  • Ririna Yamazaki(ja:山崎莉里那)

Seiyū

See /Seiyū

Fictional characters

  • Lovely White https://web.archive.org/web/20091024150454/http://www.geocities.com/julie_winters_14/lovely_white.html
  • Mitsuki Kōyama (ja:神山満月 no ja wiki) (heroine of Full Moon (manga) (ja:満月をさがして))
  • Munechika (see Kitsune)
  • Satsuki Kioka

TV

  • Digital television in Japan (ja:日本のデジタルテレビ放送) Currently a redirect.
  • Digital terrestrial television in Japan (ja:日本の地上デジタルテレビ放送)
  • a translation of ja:ニュース系列
  • TV Yamaguchi (ja:テレビ山口)
  • Akireta-Deka (ja:あきれた刑事)(actual title: a·ki·re·ta–DEKA (あきれた刑事, "The Exasperated Detective")), a Japanese crime drama from Toei Television. (Mirrored from Wikipedia:Requested articles/Culture and fine arts)
  • Ugo Ugo Lhuga (ja:ウゴウゴルーガ) (Early 1990s children's show featuring heavy use of greenscreen)
  • Curriculumachine (ja:カリキュラマシーン) (1970s children's show)
  • 11PM (ja:11PM)
  • The Best House 123 ja:ザ・ベストハウス123
  • Cinderella wa Nemuranai (ja:シンデレラは眠らない) Japanese Drama, 9 eps run in 2000 on NTV.
  • Eigo de Asobo
  • The Hours of My Life (ja:僕のいた時間), Japanese Drama
  • Hirake! Ponkikki (ja:ひらけ!ポンキッキ), 1970s-1990s Japanese children's show on Fiji TV
  • Ponkickies (ja:ポンキッキーズ), 1990s-2010s Japanese children's show on Fiji TV, acts as a continuation of Hirake! Ponkikki
  • Miss Devil (ja:Missデビル 人事の悪魔・椿眞子)
  • Itte-Q (ja:世界の果てまでイッテQ!)
  • List of Yoshitsune (TV series) characters
  • At Home Dad (ja:アットホーム・ダッド)

Games and toys

  • Tamaire
  • Nomura Toy (Japanese toy company; had its own toy line until acquired by Hasbro to form Hasbro Japan [9] and eventually absorbed into Tomy, now Takara Tomy. Oddly enough, some user over on Japanese WP made the ja:野村トーイ page a redirect to ja:ハズブロ, which describes Hasbro in general)
  • All Japan Model & Hobby Show [ja] (全日本模型ホビーショー) (prestigious hobby show in Tokyo Big Sight, same level of importance as the Nuremberg show)
  • Shizuoka Hobby Show [ja]
  • Kaiyodo Hobby Museum Shimanto ホビー館 四万十
  • Osamu Miyawaki

Companies

  • Doyusha (ja:童友社)
  • GSI Creos (ja:GSIクレオス)) (famous for the Gunze Sangyo brand of paints)
  • Imai Science (ja:今井科学)
  • Kawada Model (ja:川田模型)
  • LS (ja:エルエス
  • Nichimo (ja:日本模型)
  • Otaki Model Toy Company (大滝製作所)
  • Studio 27/Gilles Company[3] (famous for it's plastic model cars)
  • Wave Corporation (ja:ウェーブ (模型メーカー))
  • Nippon Travel Agency (ja:日本旅行)

Computer and video games

Publications

  • A Bowl of Kake-soba (ja:一杯のかけそば; short story ja, has had a film adaptation)
  • Cute but deadly: Women and violence in Japanese comics
  • Die Nacht eines verbrannten Backsteines The Night of Burned Bricks
  • Japan News Review (cited on Food safety incidents in China)
  • Jinji Kōshinroku (人事興信録), a directory of notable modern Japanese people with volumes published by Jinji Kōshinjo irregularly every two or three years with its first volume published in 1903 and its 24th in 1968;[4] 44th edition published in 2007 and 45th in 2009[5]
  • Kanako Shiokawa
  • Nihon Shinshi Roku (日本紳士録), a directory of modern Japanese residents in Tokyo and other notable Japanese cities with its first volume published in 1889 and its 17th in 1912;[6] publication suspended after 80th edition in 2007[7]
  • Terry's Guide to the Japanese Empire 1933

Internet

  • Shift Japan (http://www.shift.jp.org/)

Magazines

  • Petit Enfant (ja:プチ・タンファン)
  • Brutus Casa (ja:BRUTUS)
  • Bijutsu techō (ja:美術手帖)
  • Geijutsu shinchō (ja:芸術新潮)

Newspapers

  • Nippon Shimbun (ja:日本 (新聞))

Theatre and stage

  • Ichikawa Danjūrō III (November 1735 - February 1742) - Adopted son of Danjūrō II, previously known as Ichikawa Masugorō. Died young.
  • Ichikawa Danjūrō IV (November 1754 - October 1770) - Adopted son of Danjūrō II, possibly biological son. Previously known as Matsumoto Kōshirō II and Ichikawa Ebizō III.
  • Ichikawa Danjūrō VI (November 1791 - May 1799) - Son of Danjūrō V, previously known as Ichikawa Ebizō VI. Died young.
  • Ichikawa Danjūrō X (posthumous 1962) - Son-in-law of Danjūrō IX; previously known as Horikoshi Fukusaburō and Ichikawa Sanshō V. Played only minor roles, but revived many plays of the Kabuki Jūhachiban.

Other

  • Carvivore men (counter to herbivore men) – not seeing much for this term, perhaps this can redirect to Chad (slang) or alpha male
  • Gimu (ja:義務)
  • Hasshaku-sama ("Eight Feet Tall") (ja:八尺様)
  • Hōdai (Japanese title given to foreign works like books, songs, films etc.) (ja:邦題)
  • Important Work of Art (ja:重要美術品)
  • Kinoko no Yama (product from Meiji Seika) (ja:明治製菓#食品)
  • Kominka (ja:古民家)
  • Love Splash photobook
  • Qawsedrftgyhujikolp(ja:くぁwせdrftgyふじこlp)
  • Showa nostalgia (ja:昭和ノスタルジー)
  • Yawaragi

Business

  • Baseball Magazine Sha (ja:ベースボール・マガジン社)
  • Biotherapy Development Research Center http://www.biotherapy.co.jp/ バイオセラピー開発研究センター
  • Hosokawa Micron (ja:ホソカワミクロン, [10])
  • Kewpie (company) (ja:キユーピー, [11])
  • Leopalace21 (レオパレス)
  • McDonald's Holdings Company (Japan), Ltd. (ja:日本マクドナルドホールディングス)
  • Mesuca (sports apparel)
  • Okamoto (brand) or Okamoto (condom)
  • Overseas Courier Service (OCS)
  • Posren (ja:ぽすれん)
  • SATY Department Store (defunct, now renamed and redirected into Æon (company)
  • Shokubutsu Monogatari (ja:植物物語)
  • Sony vs Nintendo (description of lawsuits)
  • Tenmaya Department Store (ja:天満屋)
  • Tsutaya discas
  • Village Vanguard (store) (ja:ヴィレッジヴァンガード (書籍・雑貨店))
  • Wego (clothing brand) ウィゴー https://www.wego.jp/ (stylized WEGO)

Automotive

  • Brands well known in the JDM modified car scene
  • 5Zigen International [ja] (wheels)
  • Bride (company) [ja] (car bucket seat company)
  • Car Make T&E [ja]) (bodykits)
  • Ogura Clutch [ja])
  • RS Watanabe (レーシングサービスワタナベ)
  • Spoon Sports
  • Tee's Corporation (famous for Bride bucket seats, supplier to Super GT, Super Taikyu and D1GP teams)
  • Tomei Powered [ja] (engine components)
  • SSR Wheels [ja] (wheels, formerly Speed Star Racing)

Motorcycling

  • Yoshimura Japan (ja:ヨシムラジャパン)

Publishing

  • Jinji Kōshinjo (人事興信所), a publisher of Jinji Kōshinroku volumes
  • Neko Publishing (ja:ネコ・パブリッシング)
  • San-Ei Shobo Publishing (ja:三栄書房)

Food and drink

  • shijimi (シジミ interlinks to Corbiculidae)
  • Awaji onion (淡路玉ねぎ)
  • Shizuo Tsuji (辻静雄, 20th-century Japanese chef; founder of the Tsuji culinary academy; wrote Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art)
  • Ekubo (Means "dimple" in Japanese; sweet rice cake; this is a term for a mochi cake)
  • Fincas Coffee (Japanese coffee made from Costa Rica Coffee Beans more info)
  • Japanese bakery products
  • Japtch (Japanese Whisky)
  • Cook Do ([12])
  • Skal (drink) Carbonated skim-milk soft drink preceding Calpis Soda. Sold in the South by the South Japan Dairy Farmers collective. スコール_(飲料)
  • Happosai (ja:八宝菜)
  • Otafuku Sauce (Otafuku Sauce company : オタフクソース, it:Salsa Otafuku, [13])
  • Sankaku tabe (ja:三角食べ, triangular eating method)
  • Marion Crepes (trend setting Japanese crepe chain [14][15][16])
  • Kappō (cuisine) (ja:割烹), [17]

Government

Requests about current or recent politicians: /Government
  • Immigration in Japan
  • Akatsuki, Ibaraki a former village now part of the city of Mito (ja:赤塚村 (茨城県))
  • Kōnan High School won the 2010 Japanese High School Baseball Championship

History

ja:山本顧彌太 (Koyata Yamamoto), ja:亀井重清 (Shigekiyo Kamei), ja:片岡常春 (Tsuneharu Kataoka), ja:伊勢義盛 (Yoshimori Ise), ja:駿河次郎 (Jirō Suruga), ja:鷲尾義久 (Washio Yoshihisa), ja:富樫泰家 (Yasuie Togashi), ja:村田勝志 (Katsushi Murata), ja:馬場元子 (Motoko Baba, ja:毎朝新聞 (Maiasa Shinbun), ja:松岡巌鉄 (Gantetsu Matsuoka), ja:吉村道明 (Michiaki Yoshimura), ja:沖識名 (Shikina Oki), ja:芳の里淳三 (Junzō Yoshinosato).

Treaty

  • Treaty for returning Fengtian Peninsula (ja:遼東還付条約)
  • Japan-China Co-defense Military Pact (ja:日支共同防敵軍事協定)

Language

  • English language in Japan
  • Translating English names to Kanji
  • (いも, imo (Japan), literally "potato"), a Japanese language slur equivalent to ‘country bumpkin’ (moved from IMO disambig page)
  • Tekiseigo (ja:敵性語)

Law and politics

  • Alliance for Promoting the Assessment of a New Constitution (Japan)
  • Constitutional Revision (Japan)
  • Eminent Domain in Japan OR Japan Land Expropriation Act(ja:土地収用)
  • Murder in Japan
  • School Education Law (ja:学校教育法)
  • Showa Denko Scandal (ja:昭和電工)

Locations

If you're looking for a city, town, or village, you might find a link to it from the article on the prefecture.

  • Bisan Seto (ja:備讃瀬戸)
  • Dochu sand pillars, Tokushima prefecture (ja:土柱#阿波の土柱 and/or Dochū kōtsu kenritsushizenkōen ja:土柱高越県立自然公園, the surrounding natural park designated by Tokushima Prefrecture )
  • Embassy of Haiti, Tokyo (ja:駐日ハイチ大使館), located in Nishi-Azabu, Minato, Tokyo [18]
  • Hami, Kagoshima (波見) in Kimotsuki, Kagoshima, mentioned briefly as a river mouth international trade port on Kimotsuki river ja:肝属川#歴史 and in Kōyama-cho ja:高山町 (鹿児島県)
  • Hakone hot springs Onsen (ja:箱根温泉)
  • Hayato Pond (ja:隼人池) [19], a pond in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
  • Hiroshima Red Cross Hospital and Atomic-bomb Survivors Hospital
  • J-Village (ja:Jヴィレッジ)
  • Joan teahouse (ja:如庵)
  • Jōroku-ji (article exists on Japanese Wikipedia as (ja:丈六寺 (名張市), a Buddhist temple in Nabari, Mie.)
  • Kantei-byō (ja:関帝廟) temple in Yokohama Chinatown
  • Kinchakuda Plateau (ja:巾着田)
  • Kitayama, Kyōto (ja:北山 (京都市))
  • Koguno-shima (小久野島), a tiny desert island 1.1 kilometer west of Ōkunoshima (大久野島) (Rabbit Island)
  • Mount Arafune (ja:荒船山)
  • Mutsurejima
  • Myōkian (ja:妙喜庵)
  • Nijūbashi (ja:二重橋)
  • Ogasawara shoin (小笠原書院), now a museum run by the city of Iida, Nagano
  • Ogonzan, Hiroshima (ja:黄金山 (広島市))
  • Oku-Iya (奥祖谷, redirect to ja:祖谷渓 Iyadani/Iyakei)
  • Okudaisen [20] ja:大山 (鳥取県) or a bottled water ja:サントリー天然水#奥大山
  • Omiko Beach
  • Ōmahiko Shrine, Shikoku (Ōasahiko Shrine ja:大麻比古神社)
  • Watakano-jima (ja:渡鹿野島)
  • Yuda Onsen, Yamaguchi (ja:湯田温泉)
  • Zenigata Sazo sand coin in Kanonji, Kagawa (Zenigata sunae sand sculpture in Kan'onji, Kagawa ja:銭形砂絵)
  • Doya town(Doyagai (ja:ドヤ街)) kind of japanese slum
  • Mount Mitsumine(ja:三峰山)
  • Mitsumine Shrine(ja:三峯神社)
  • Musashi-Mitake Shrine(ja:武蔵御嶽神社)
  • Myōkei-ji (Hirosaki) [21], a Nichiren Buddhist temple in Hirosaki, Aomori Prefecture
  • Myōkei-ji (Kanazawa)(ja:妙慶寺 (金沢市)) [22][23], a Jōdo-shū temple in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture
  • Myōkei-ji (Sakai) [24], a Nichiren Buddhist temple in Sakai, Osaka Prefecture
  • Myōkei-ji (Shizuoka) [25], a Nichiren Buddhist temple in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Myōkei-ji (Yurihonjō) [26], a Nichiren Buddhist temple in Yurihonjō, Akita Prefecture
  • Shōgyō-in (Takashima) [27][28], a Jōdo-shū temple in Takashima, Shiga Prefecture
  • Shōgyō-in (Tokyo) [29], a Nichiren Buddhist temple in Taitō, Tokyo
  • Shōgyō-in (Yanai) [30], a Jōdo-shū temple in Yanai, Yamaguchi Prefecture
  • Shōgyō-in (Yokosuka) [31], a Jōdo-shū temple in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • Otani Hombyo(ja:大谷本廟), mausoleum of Shinran
  • Sogo Kure (ja:そごう呉店), a Sogo department store closed in 2013
  • Hiroshima City Central Library (ja:広島市立中央図書館)
  • Fukuyama Sogo (ja:福山そごう), a Sogo department store closed in 2000

Train-related

Organizations

People

Business

  • Eiichi Hosokawa (ja:細川永一) founder of Hosokawa Micron
  • Masuo Hosokawa (ja:細川益男) president of Hosokawa Micron
  • Daishi Kataoka (ja:片岡大志 [45] Record Producer)
  • Ichisaburō Matsudaira (松平 市三郎, [46][47][48][49] shipowner, manager of the Shanghai branch of and later document manager and advisor to Nippon Yusen, graduate of Tokyo Imperial University's English law department in 1897)
  • Toru Yamaji (ja:山路徹 APF News' president)

Entertainment

  • Cubismo Grafico (ja:CUBISMO GRAFICO) (DJ)
  • Maiko Hashimoto (ja:橋本舞子) (singer)
  • Shoko Hikage (koto player)
  • Hideki Kaji (ja:カジヒデキ) (singer, musician)
  • Emiko Miyashita (haiku poet)
  • Karia Nomoto (ja:野本かりあ) (singer, DJ, model)
  • Ayumi Tanabe (model)
  • Yuiko Tsubokura (ja:坪倉唯子) (singer)
  • Yuka Uchiyae (ja:うちやえゆか) (singer)
  • Yaso Saijo (ja:西條八十: Japanese lyricist)
  • Harumi Edo comedian (ja:エド・はるみ)
  • Kin'ichi Sawaki (ja:沢木欣一) (haiku poet)
  • Hiroshi Okawa (actor, cult defector) (ja:大川宏洋)
  • Masahiro Mita (ja:三田誠広) (novelist)
  • Keiko Ibi (ja:伊比恵子) (academy award winning director)

Government

Other

  • Yutaka Akino (ja:秋野豊) (Noted Japanese scholar of Central Asian history. Murdered in 1998 in Tajikistan working for United Nations Mission of Observers in Tajikistan. See [50] for a great deal of information about Akino. It would help if someone who can read Japanese wrote article about Akino.)
  • Nakajima Akane
  • Saichi Asahara
  • Yukihiro Fukutomi (ja:福富幸宏)
  • Juan Gotoh (currently a redirect to Shotacon)
  • Yu Hanai (ja:花井悠)
  • Parko Hayashiya (ja:林家パー子)
  • Naoki Ishikawa (adventurer/photographer) (ja:石川直樹)
  • Sho Kazakura (ja:風倉匠)
  • Shihoko Kitami (d:Q94538360)[8]
  • Hiyoko Kobayashi (ja:小林ひよこ)
  • Kazuko Kojima (ja:こじまかずこ, recently deleted)
  • Ayuse Kozue (ja:AYUSE KOZUE)
  • Tatsujiro Kuzuno [ja] (Ainu individual famous for being a promoter of Ainu culture)
  • Ōnishi Lion
  • Ando Masatsugu (ja:安藤正次)
  • Motoyoshi Masuda
  • Yasutaka Matsudaira (ja:松平康隆)
  • Kosei Miura (ja:三浦皇成)
  • Ayako Miyake (3-time Kunoichi (TV series) champion
  • Shunzō Miyawaki
  • Shinobu Moromizato (ja:諸見里しのぶ) golfer
  • Yuhara Motoichi (ja:湯原元一)
  • Kohyu Nishimura
  • Momoko Nōjō, founder of No Youth No Japan[9]
  • Toshitaka Nomi (ja:能見俊賢)
  • Katsuyoshi Nozaki
  • Nobuo Ogawa ((ja:小川信雄 (実業家), 1912-2002)
  • Momoko Ōzono (ja:大園桃子)
  • Momoko Segawa, badminton player [51] [52] [53]
  • Tatsuro Shigaki
  • Matsura Shigenobu (ja:松浦鎮信)
  • Ikuo Shimano
  • Bizan Suzuki (ja:鈴木美山)
  • Takao Tajima (ja:田島貴男)
  • Toshimitsu Takagi (ja:高木敏光 no ja wiki)
  • Keitarō Takanami (ja:高浪敬太郎) (usually known as just K-Taro)
  • Fujima Takuya
  • Kizo Tamari (ja:玉利喜造)
  • Kishida Toshiko (ja:岸田俊子 Meiji era feminist, 1863-1901)
  • Bizan Ueda
  • Taku Yamada

Religion and philosophy

{{hlist |Confucianism - Japan (ja:儒教#日本における展開と変容) |Religion, Folk - Japan (ja:民俗宗教 no ja wiki) |Eichi Osawa (head of Jiseiin, or cat temple) |Sacred horse (ja:神馬) |Ryukyu glyphs, used in Fortune-telling in Ryukyu. (琉球古字) |Twenty eight attendants (ja:二十八部衆) |Atheism in Japan |Niihama Masjid (ja:新居浜マスジド) |Japan Islam Trade Association (ja:日本・イスラム交易協会) |Great Buddha of Nara (ja:東大寺盧舎那仏像; currently a redirect to Tōdaiji Temple) |Oshirasama (ja:おしら様) |13 mounds (ja:十三塚) |Shōmyō-ji (ja:称名寺 (横浜市)) |Renge-ji (Tokushima) (ja:蓮花寺 (徳島市)) |Yonaoshi }}

The 88 Temples

Note: This list is duplicated at Shikoku Pilgrimage.

No. Temple City/Town/Village Prefecture
1 Ryōzen-ji (Naruto) keep till list is completed
2 Gokuraku-ji (Naruto) keep till list is completed
3 Konsen-ji (Itano) keep till list is completed
4 Dainichi-ji (Itano) keep till list is completed
5 Jizō-ji (Itano) keep till list is completed
6 Anraku-ji (Kamiita) keep till list is completed
7 Jūraku-ji (Awa) keep till list is completed
8 Kumadani-ji (Awa) keep till list is completed
9 Hōrin-ji (Awa) keep till list is completed
10 Kirihata-ji (Awa) keep till list is completed
11 Fujii-dera (藤井寺)
12 Shōzanji (焼山寺) Kamiyama Tokushima
13 Dainichiji (大日寺) Tokushima Tokushima
14 Jōrakuji (常楽寺) Tokushima Tokushima
17 Idoji (井戸寺) Tokushima Tokushima
18 Onzanji (恩山寺) Komatsushima Tokushima
19 Tatsueji (立江寺) Komatsushima Tokushima
20 Kakurin-ji (Kakogawa) keep till list is completed
21 Tairyūji (太竜寺) Anan Tokushima
22 Byōdōji (平等寺) Anan Tokushima
23 Yakuōji (薬王寺) Minami Tokushima
24 Hotsumisakiji (最御崎寺) Muroto Kōchi
25 Shinshōji (津照寺) Muroto Kōchi
26 Kongōchōji (金剛頂寺) Muroto Kōchi
27 Kōnomineji (神峰寺) Yasuda Kōchi
28 Dainichiji (大日寺) Konan Kōchi
30 Zenrakuji (善楽寺) Kōchi Kōchi
31 Chikurin-ji keep till list is completed
32 Zenjibuji (禅師峰寺) Nankoku Kōchi
33 Sekkeiji (雪蹊寺) Kōchi Kōchi
34 Tanemaji (種間寺) Haruno Kōchi
35 Kiyotakiji (清滝寺) Tosa Kōchi
36 Shōryūji (青竜寺) Tosa Kōchi
37 Iwamotoji (岩本寺) Shimanto Kōchi
38 Kongōfukuji (金剛福寺) Tosashimizu Kōchi
39 Enkōji (延光寺) Sukumo Kōchi
40 Kanjizai-ji keep till list is completed
41 Ryūkō-ji (Uwajima)
42 Butsumokuji (佛木寺) Uwajima Ehime
43 Meisekiji (明石寺) Seiyo Ehime
44 Daihōji (大宝寺) Kumakōgen Ehime
45 Iwaya-ji (岩屋寺) Kumakōgen Ehime
46 Jōruriji (浄瑠璃寺) Matsuyama Ehime
47 Yasakaji (八坂寺) Matsuyama Ehime
48 Sairinji (西林寺) Matsuyama Ehime
49 Jōdo-ji (Matsuyama) keep till list is completed
50 Hantaji (繁多寺) Matsuyama Ehime
51 Ishite-ji keep till list is completed
52 Taisan-ji (Matsuyama) keep till list is completed
53 Enmyō-ji (Matsuyama) keep till list is completed
54 Enmeiji (延命寺) Imabari Ehime
55 Nankōbō (南光坊) Imabari Ehime
56 Taisanji (泰山寺) Imabari Ehime
57 Eifukuji (栄福寺) Imabari Ehime
58 Sennyū-ji keep till list is completed
60 Yokomineji (横峰寺) Saijō Ehime
61 Kōonji (香園寺) Saijō Ehime
62 Hōjuji (宝寿寺) Saijō Ehime
64 Maegamiji (前神寺) Saijō Ehime
65 Sankakuji (三角寺) Shikokuchūō Ehime
66 Unpenji (雲辺寺) Miyoshi Tokushima
67 Daikōji (大興寺) Mitoyo Kagawa
68 Jinnein (神恵院) Kan'onji Kagawa
69 Iyadaniji (弥谷寺) Kagawa
70 Motoyama-ji keep till list is completed
71 Iyadani-ji (弥谷寺)
72 Mandaraji (曼荼羅寺) Zentsūji Kagawa
73 Shusshakaji (出釈迦寺) Zentsūji Kagawa
74 Kōyamaji (甲山寺) Zentsūji Kagawa
75 Zentsū-ji keep till list is completed
76 Konzōji (金倉寺) Zentsūji Kagawa
77 Dōryūji (道隆寺) Tadotsu Kagawa
78 Gōshōji (郷照寺) Utazu Kagawa
79 Tennōji (天皇寺) Sakaide Kagawa
81 Sanuki Kokubun-ji keep till list is completed
81 Shiromineji (白峯寺) Sakaide Kagawa
83 Ichinomiyaji (一宮寺) Takamatsu Kagawa
84 Yashimaji (屋島寺) Takamatsu Kagawa
85 Yakuriji (八栗寺) Takamatsu Kagawa
86 Shidoji (志度寺) Sanuki Kagawa
87 Nagaoji (長尾寺) Sanuki Kagawa
88 Ōkubo-ji keep till list is completed

Sciences

  • Ornebius kanetataki (ja:カネタタキ)

Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Class Structure

  • Social Relations - Japan
  • Japan is China, a stereotype

Medicine

  • Paburon

Sports

See also; Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Sport task force

Football

Japan Football Museum [ja] - Jikichi Imamura [ja] - Ryutaro Fukao [ja] - Ryutaro Takahashi [ja] - Tomisaburo Hirai [ja] - Shizuo Fujita [ja] - Hideo Shimada (footballer) [ja] - Chitaro Tanabe [ja] - Shigeaki Murakata [ja] - Takuji Ono [ja] - Sumioki Nitta [ja] - Genichi Fukushima [ja] - Gendo Tsuboi [ja] - Tairei Uchino [ja] - Kyaw Din [ja] - William Haigh (diplomat) [ja] - Shiro Otani [ja] - Yoshiyuki Maruyama [ja] - Noboru Ohata [ja] - Toshio Asami [ja] - Takeo Tawa [ja] - Sokichiro Ushiki [ja] - Katsuhiko Kaneko [ja] - Takeshi Narahara [ja] - Junji Ogura [ja] - Shinroku Morohashi [ja] - Kyoji Imai [ja]

Technology

  • Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (ja:情報処理推進機構)
  • Information Technology Engineer Examination (ja:情報処理技術者試験)
  • Fundamental Information Technology Engineer Examination (ja:基本情報技術者試験)
  • Applied Information Technology Engineer Examination (ja:応用情報技術者試験)

Weapons

  • Masahiro Katana (redirect to: Masahiro#Blademakers); either a brand of cutlery manufacturers including Masahiro Co., Ltd. with romanized signature as in image of "Masahiro" (error: {{nihongo}}: Japanese or romaji text required (help)); by another brand Maruoku Co., Ltd. as in image of Masahiro bessaku (error: {{nihongo}}: Japanese or romaji text required (help)). Could be a very low priced Chinese imitation sword imported to North America with blades attached. (It's printed on the package as "Masahiro" error: {{nihongo}}: Japanese or romaji text required (help), at times the simplified Chinese as Chinese: 正广 on the brand's website: "Justice" is also mentioned).
  • Yanone (Japanese arrowheads ja:矢#鏃(矢尻=やじり))
  • Kana-wa meaning "Golden ring (weapon)" - It is similar to chakram and wind and fire wheels, even more accurately it looks like a modification of chakram. Imagine chakram that is sharp both inside and outside and has padded grip like wind and fire and wheel. It is double wielded. It seems it was used in ninjutsu. video 6:45 Setenzatsu (talk) 09:40, 9 June 2019 (UTC); it can be found if googlesearched "nakia ring blades" 89.201.228.101 (talk) 22:35, 7 November 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Kuda yari or Kuda-yari, tube spear, a unique type of spear -a spear that is used by sliding the shaft through a kuda, a metal tube or pipe; the primary spear of the Owari Kan Ryu tradition of sojutsu. [54] Setenzatsu.2 (talk) 23:26, 26 January 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Nanban hachiwari (Japanese war hammer / Japanese war pick) similar but is NOT kusarigama89.201.228.101 (talk) 22:35, 7 November 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Konpei, [55], mentioned by Serge Mol as possibly being a samurai police weapon, combined techniques from kusarijutsu and kakutejutsu 89.201.228.101 (talk) 22:35, 7 November 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Rifles

  • Arisaka Type 0 Parachutists' Rifle (Japan - Bolt Action Rifle - 7.7 x 58 mm)
  • Arisaka Type 1 Parachutists' Rifle (Japan - Bolt Action Rifle - 6.5 x 50 mm)
  • Arisaka Type 2 Parachutists' Rifle (Japan - Bolt Action Rifle - 7.7 x 58 mm)
  • Browning M71 (Japan - Lever Action Rifle)
  • Howa M3000
  • Japanese Type 30
  • Japanese Type 38
  • Japanese Type 92
  • Japanese Type 96
  • Japanese Type 98
  • Japanese Type 99
  • Japanese Type 100

Unsorted

  • Bakemono Chakutōchō (ja:夭怪着到牒) (kibyōshi)
  • Madame Tussauds Tokyo
  • Parabbit(de,fr) - It's needed in English Wikipedia for translation to Japanese, but due to English-concentration of foreign language education, it's currently difficultly able to be translated in Japanese.

References

  1. ^ "平城山 ならやま 歌詞の意味". 世界の民謡・童謡 (in Japanese). Retrieved 2022-12-20.
  2. ^ Yoshikai, Naoto (2021-10-27). "歌曲「平城山(ならやま)」の背景". Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts (in Japanese). Retrieved 2022-12-20.
  3. ^ http://www.business-plus.net/interview/1202/313301.shtml
  4. ^ https://books.google.com/books?id=MmldAAAAIAAJ&dq=jinji+koshinroku
  5. ^ https://rnavi.ndl.go.jp/books/2009/09/000010011079.php
  6. ^ https://books.google.com/books?id=62QQAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA46&dq=nihon+shinshi+roku
  7. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20170804174028/https://www.asahi.com/culture/news_culture/OSK200704290022.html
  8. ^ "北見志保子". Kotobank. Kodansha. Retrieved 2022-12-20.
  9. ^ "Don't be silent: How a 22-year-old woman helped bring down the Tokyo Olympics chief". CNN. Reuters. 2021-02-19. Retrieved 2021-05-07.
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