Toku (also known as Toku-Suntsi) is a village in Antsla Parish, Võru County, in southeastern Estonia. With a population of 42 (as of 26 May 2004) it's the smallest village in the municipality.
A municipality is the smallest administrative subdivision of Estonia. Each municipality is a unit of self-government with its representative and executive bodies. The municipalities in Estonia cover the entire territory of the country.
Võru County, or Võrumaa; officially, is a county in Southern Estonia. It is bordered by Valga County and Põlva County and is the only Estonian county bordering two countries - Latvia in the south and Russian Federation in the east.
Toku may refer to:
Tokuhime was a princess during the Sengoku and Edo periods of Japanese history. She was the second daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu; her mother was Lady Nishigori (西郡の方), one of Ieyasu's concubines. Tokuhime was also known as Ofū, Tomiko, Harima-gozen, and Ryōshō-in.
Rae Parish is a rural municipality in northern Estonia. It is a part of Harju County. The municipality has a population of 17,967 and covers an area of 206.7 km². The population density is 88.660/km2 (229.63/sq mi).
Toku is an American pay television network and streaming service owned by Olympusat and dedicated to broadcasting anime and East Asian programming.
Urvaste Parish was a rural municipality of Estonia, in Võru County. It had a population of 1,413 and an area of 139.62 km².
Urvaste is a village in Rae Parish, Harju County, in northern Estonia. It has a population of 47.
Lümatu may refer to several places in Estonia:
Kirikuküla may refer to several places in Estonia:
Urvaste is a village in Antsla Parish, Võru County, in southeastern Estonia.
Kuldre is a village in Võru County, in Antsla Parish, in southeastern Estonia. It was the administrative centre of Urvaste Parish. Kuldre has a population of 202.
Vaabina is a village in Antsla Parish, Võru County, in southeastern Estonia, located about 6 km northeast of the town of Antsla. It has a population of 232.
Dobu is a 1954 Japanese drama film directed by Kaneto Shindo and starring Nobuko Otowa.
Marie Heiberg was an Estonian poet. When she was only about 15 years old she wrote her first poems which were acclaimed for their youthful freshness. Heiberg spent the last twenty years of her life in a mental institution. There is a memorial to her memory in Urvaste.
Friedrich Volrad Mikkelsaar (1886–1930) was an Estonian educator, educational administrator and politician.
Kirikuküla is a village in Antsla Parish, Võru County in Estonia.
Contra is an Estonian poet and translator.
Johann(es) Gutslaff was a Baltic-German clergyman, scholar, Estonian language enthusiast, Bible translator, and folklore collector.
Hella Keem was an Estonian linguist and ethnographer.