Tokuyama (surname)

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Tokuyama (written: 徳山, lit. "virtue mountain") is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Hidenori Tokuyama is a Japanese actor and singer. A fan of tokusatsu, Tokuyama has had a role in several series, most notably Sou Yaguruma/Kamen Rider TheBee/Kamen Rider KickHopper in Kamen Rider Kabuto and Hiroto Sutō/Go-on Gold in Engine Sentai Go-onger.

Masamori Tokuyama is a Japanese-born Korean retired professional boxer in the super flyweight division. His professional record was 32-3-1. He is a former WBC and lineal super flyweight champion.

Tokuyama Norihide (徳山則秀) was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku period through early Edo period.

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Tokuyama Domain

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Tokuyama University is a private university in Shunan, Yamaguchi, Japan, established in 1971.

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