Tokushin Yamauchi (山内 徳信, Yamauchi Tokushin, born February 15, 1935) is a Japanese politician of the Social Democratic Party, a member of the House of Councillors in the Diet (national legislature). A native of Yomitan, Okinawa and 1958 graduate of Ryukyu University, he was elected to the House of Councillors for the first time in 2007 after serving as mayor of Yomitan for six terms (24 years).
Yomitan is a village located in Nakagami District, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
Fusajirō Yamauchi, born Fusajirō Fukui, was a Japanese entrepreneur who founded the company that is now known as Nintendo. Yamauchi lived in Kyoto, Japan and had a wife and a daughter, Tei Yamauchi, who later married Sekiryo Kaneda.
Hyakunin Isshu (百人一首) is a classical Japanese anthology of one hundred Japanese waka by one hundred poets. Hyakunin isshu can be translated to "one hundred people, one poem [each]"; it can also refer to the card game of uta-garuta, which uses a deck composed of cards based on the Hyakunin Isshu.
Kazuhiro Yamauchi was a Japanese baseball player and manager. He played for the Mainichi Orions, the Hanshin Tigers and the Hiroshima Toyo Carp over the span of an 18 season-long career (1952–1970).
Yamauchi or Yamanouchi is a Japanese surname. Either name is written in kanji as 山内 while Yamanouchi can also be written as 山ノ内.
Yamauchi Toyoshige, also known as Yamauchi Yōdō, was a Japanese daimyō in the Shikoku region in the late Edo period. He was usually referred to as “Lord Yōdō” in Western accounts.
Koichi Yamauchi is a Japanese politician of Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, formerly of the Liberal Democratic Party and Your Party, a member of the House of Representatives in the Diet.
Toshio Yamauchi is a Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party, a member of the House of Councillors in the Diet. A native of Marugame, Kagawa and graduate of Waseda University, he was elected to the House of Councillors for the first time in 1998 after serving in the assembly of Kagawa Prefecture since 1991.
Toyoshige is a masculine Japanese given name that may refer to:
Koizumi Children is a popular Japanese political term for the 83 LDP members of the House of Representatives first elected in the 2005 general election. The Koizumi Children are loosely organized into a political association called the 83 Group.
Ryoichi Hattori is a Japanese politician of the Social Democratic Party. He was born in Yame city in Fukuoka prefecture. He entered Kyoto University in 1969 before leaving part-way through his degree and moving to Osaka to work, where he became active with the trade union movement.
The Tosa Yamauchi Family Treasury and Archives in Takajō-machi, Kōchi, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan, now permanently closed, formerly housed historical materials related to the Yamauchi clan, rulers of the Tosa Domain. Going back to an agreement between the Yamauchi family and Kōchi Prefecture from December 9, 1994, this foundation was formally established as a collaboration between Kōchi city and Kōchi Prefecture on April 26, 1995, with the aim of preserving and exhibiting the family's ancestral heritage of historical records, arts and crafts items. On May 1 of the same year the museum hall was opened.
Kazunori is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shun Akiyama was a Japanese literary critic and member of the Japan Art Academy.
Yasuyuki Yamauchi is a professional Japanese baseball player.
Suzuran Yamauchi is a Japanese tarento who is represented by the talent agency Horipro. She is a former member of Team S of the female idol group SKE48, and is a former member of its senior group AKB48.
Akihiro Yamauchi is a Japanese male volleyball player. He is part of the Japan men's national volleyball team. On a college club level he plays for Aichi Gakuin University. He is being captain of the Panasonic Panthers team, with the jersey number 10.
Hirofumi Yamauchi is a Japanese football player. He plays for FC Machida Zelvia.
Hideki Yamauchi is a Japanese professional racing driver.
Ryota Yamauchi is a Japanese professional boxer who has held the WBO Asia Pacific flyweight title since 2020. As of December 2021, he is ranked as the world's tenth best flyweight by The Ring.