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Toda Station (戸田駅) is the name of two train stations in Japan:

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Toda people ethnic group

Toda people are a Dravidian ethnic group who live in the Nilgiri Mountains of Tamil Nadu. Before the 18th century and British colonisation, the Toda coexisted locally with other ethnic communities, including the Kota, Badaga and Kurumba, in a loose caste-like society, in which the Toda were the top ranking. During the 20th century, the Toda population has hovered in the range 700 to 900. Although an insignificant fraction of the large population of India, since the early 19th century the Toda have attracted "a most disproportionate amount of attention because of their ethnological aberrancy" and "their unlikeness to their neighbours in appearance, manners, and customs." The study of their culture by anthropologists and linguists proved significant in developing the fields of social anthropology and ethnomusicology.

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<i>Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family</i> 1941 film by Yasujiro Ozu

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Toda Racing Co., Ltd was established in 1970 in Okayama, Japan as a maintenance company for racing vehicles and engines. Since its inception, company activities have grown to include manufacturing and development of racing engines for various forms of Japanese motorsports, ranging from Formula 3 to GT300. The experience gained in the realm of professional motorsports is applied to all TODA Racing products available to consumers.

My Lord Bag of Rice Japanese fairy tale about a heroic samurai Tawara Tōda, based on real-life figure (Q1136623)

[[Image:Kuniyoshi The Dragon Princess.jpg|thumb|240px|Dragon Woman and Tawara Tōda. Centipede of Mt. Mikami (above).{{small|―Utagawa Kuniyoshi 1845, Tokaidō gojūsantsui: Kusatsu]] [[Image:Yoshitoshi Fujiwara no Hidesato.jpg|thumb|200px|o shooting the giant centipede.{{small|―Tsukioka Yoshitoshi 1890.]] "My Lord Bag of Rice" is a Japanese fairy tale about the titular hero a.k.a. Fujiwara no Hidesato who killed a giant centipede (mukade) at the request of a dragon-serpent from the underwater Ryūgū-jō (龍宮城) "Dragon Palace". The hero was entertained at the palace and received rewards, which included an inexhaustible bag of rice.

Seinosuke Toda is a computer scientist working at the Nihon University in Tokyo. Toda earned his Ph.D. from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1992, under the supervision of Kojiro Kobayashi. He was a recipient of the 1998 Gödel Prize for proving Toda's theorem in computational complexity theory, which states that every problem in the polynomial hierarchy has a polynomial-time Turing reduction to a counting problem.

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Toda Station (Saitama) Railway station in Toda, Saitama Prefecture, Japan

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Pykara village and river in Tamil Nadu, India

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