|Birth name||細田 富男|
|Born||19 January 1926|
|Died||27 July 2008 82) (aged|
Tomio Hosoda (細田 富男, 19 January 1926 – 27 July 2008) was a Japanese sprinter. He competed in the men's 100 metres at the 1952 Summer Olympics.
|1952||Olympics||Helsinki, Finland||4th (q-finals)||100 m||11.03/10.8|
Hiroyuki Hosoda is a Japanese politician who has served as a member of the House of Representatives since 1990, as Chief Cabinet Secretary in Junichiro Koizumi's Cabinet from 2004 to 2005, as Secretary-General of the Liberal Democratic Party from 2008 to 2009, and as head of the party's most powerful parliamentary faction since 2012.
Kōsei Tomita was a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who was affiliated with Aoni Production and Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the first half of the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji) or Daddy Walrus, a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Orson Welles, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He also lent his voice to the Japanese dubbing of Mario in Super Mario Bros. (film). He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
Tomio is both a masculine Japanese given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Tomio Koyanagi is a Japanese diver who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics. In 1936 he finished sixth in the 3 metre springboard event as well as sixth in the 10 metre platform competition.
Tomio AokiakaTokkan Kozō (突貫小僧) was a Japanese film actor.
Tomomi Hosoda is a Japanese former swimmer who competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Yuichi Hosoda is a Japanese triathlete. He was a competitor for Japan at the 2012 Summer Olympics where Hosoda finished 43rd overall with a total time of 1:51:40.
Haruo is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Yoshihiko Hosoda is a Japanese actor from Tokyo who has starred the movies Detroit Metal City (2008) and Ooku (2010). He was once affiliated to the talent agency Stardust Promotion under his stage name Yoshihiko Hosoda, but left in October 2013. He is currently affiliated with Alpha Agency under his real name.
Hosoda is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Chōbunsai Eishi was a Japanese ukiyo-e artist. His last name was Hosoda (細田). His first name was Tokitomi (時富). His common name was Taminosuke (民之丞) and later Yasaburo (弥三郎). Pupil of Kano Eisen'in Michinobu. Born as the first son of direct vassal of the Shogunate, a well-off samurai family that was part of the Fujiwara clan. Eishi was a vassal of the Shogunate with a generous stipend of 500 'koku' of rice. Eishi left his employ with the Shōgun Ieharu to pursue art. His early works were prints, mostly Bijin-ga portraits of tall, thin, graceful beauties in the original style established by himself akin to Kiyonaga and Utamaro. He established his own school and was a rival to Utamaro. He was a prolific painter, and from 1801 gave up print designing to devote himself to painting.
Yoshiya Hosoda is a Japanese rugby union player who plays as a back row forward.
Tomoya Hosoda is a Japanese politician who, on 17 March 2017, became the first transgender male politician to be elected to office when he was elected to the city council of Iruma, Saitama.
Tomio Ota is a Japanese athlete. He competed in the men's triple jump at the 1960 Summer Olympics and the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Tomio Sasaki is a Japanese alpine skier. He competed in two events at the 1968 Winter Olympics.
Tomio Tashiro is a Japanese former Nippon Professional Baseball player.
Tomio Murai is a Japanese rower. He competed in the men's coxed eight event at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Ayaka Hosoda (細田采花) is a Japanese figure skater.
Tomio Yamazaki is a Japanese ice hockey player. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1972 Winter Olympics.
Tomio Okamura is a Japanese cross-country skier. He competed in the men's 30 kilometre event at the 1972 Winter Olympics.
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