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{{hlist |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) |}}

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  • 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.

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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, (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).

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{{hlist |English language in Japan |Japanese profanity |Translating English names to Kanji |芋 (いも, imo (Japan), literally "potato"), a Japanese language slur equivalent to ‘country bumpkin’ (moved from IMO disambig page) }}

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{{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)) }}

The 88 TemplesEdit

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

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See also; Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Sport task force

FootballEdit

Japan Football Museum [ja] - Jikichi Imamura [ja] - Ryutaro Fukao [ja] - Ryutaro Takahashi [ja] - Yuzuru Nozu [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] - Christopher W McDonald - Katsuhiko Kaneko [ja] - Takeshi Narahara [ja] - Junji Ogura [ja] - Shinroku Morohashi [ja] - Kenji Onitake [ja] - Kyoji Imai [ja]

TechnologyEdit

WeaponsEdit

  • 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)
  • 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. [10] Setenzatsu.2 (talk) 23:26, 26 January 2020 (UTC)

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