Tomohiro Ito (伊藤 友広, Itō Tomohiro) (born 16 August 1982) is a Japanese sprinter who specializes in the 400 metres.
He finished fourth in 4x400 m relay at the 2004 Olympic Games, together with teammates Yuki Yamaguchi, Jun Osakada and Mitsuhiro Sato.
His personal best time is 45.63 seconds, achieved in October 2003 in Fukuroi.
Kaguya was a mouse that had two parents of the same sex. She was named after a Japanese folk tale, in which the moon-born princess Kaguya (Kaguya-hime) is found as a baby inside a bamboo stalk.
Mausu Promotion, formerly known as Ezaki Productions, is a Japanese talent management agency representing a number of prolific voice actors.
Koji Ito is a retired Japanese track and field sprinter and Japan's fourth-fastest record holder of 100m sprint with a time of 10.00 seconds. He held the 100 metres Japanese national record between December 1998 and September 2017. He is a former Asian record holder in the 100 metres and 200 metres, and still holds the indoor record as well as the 4×400 metres relay record.
Shiroi Kyotō is a 1965 novel by Toyoko Yamasaki. It has been adapted into a film in 1966 and then five times as a television series in 1967, 1978, 1990, 2003, and 2019. The 1966 film was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Silver Prize.
Japan competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. 266 competitors, 156 men and 110 women, took part in 156 events in 28 sports.
Japan competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. 306 competitors, 157 men and 149 women, took part in 168 events in 27 sports.
Neuromantic is Yukihiro Takahashi's self-produced 1981 album and featured his YMO colleagues Haruomi Hosono and Ryuichi Sakamoto on keyboards. Tony Mansfield and Phil Manzanera also played on the album. The title of William Gibson's novel Neuromancer is inspired by this album's title, which is a pun on the early 1980s British fashion movement, the New Romantics.
81 Produce is a voice talent management firm in Japan founded on 3 February 1981. A hybrid CD-ROM featuring voice talent data for members of 81 Produce was released on 19 October 1997. The company is located Shibuya, Tokyo.
Lovedol ~Lovely Idol~ is the title of a Japanese series which focuses on a group of young girls who are striving to become famous Japanese idols.
Ultraman Mebius & Ultraman Brothers, an Ultraman Mebius theatrical film adaptation superhero and kaiju film, was released in Japan on September 16, 2006. It is the 10th original film series in the Ultraman franchise, it also celebrates the 40th anniversary of the franchise. The movie peaked at 3rd in the Japanese box offices.
Mitsuhiro Sato is a Japanese sprinter who specializes in the 400 metres.
Sendai University is a private university in Shibata, Miyagi, Japan, established in 1967. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1879. It is the only university specializing in physical education in northern Japan.
Tomoya Ito is a professional Japanese wheelchair Paralympic athlete from Suzuka, Mie, Japan, and a former entrepreneur.
Ken-On Group is one of the biggest talents management companies in Japan. It was founded in October 1979. It is located in Roppongi.
Mayoi Neko Overrun! is a Japanese light novel series by Tomohiro Matsu, with illustrations by Peco. Twelve volumes have been published by Shueisha under their Super Dash Bunko imprint. "Mayoi Neko" translates as "Stray Cats", referring the name of the cafe around which the story develops, and alluding to the orphans and other "stray" characters who collect there. It is also the name of a school club for helping people in the story.
Tomohiro is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Tomie vs Tomie is a 2007 Japanese horror film directed by Tomohiro Kubo. It is the seventh installment of the Tomie film series, based on the manga series of the same name by Junji Ito, specifically The Gathering chapter from the third volume.
Apache Pro-Wrestling Army was a Japanese professional wrestling promotion operating from 2004 to 2009 and from 2010 to 2016.
Tomohiro Murata is a Japanese professional shogi player ranked 7-dan.
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