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Tomohiro Miyoshi (三好 智弘, Miyoshi Tomohiro) (born July 13, 1970 in Kanagawa, Japan) is a retired Japanese male butterfly swimmer. He represented Japan at the 1992 Summer Olympics. His best result in two individual starts in Barcelona, Spain was the 17th place (2:01.27) in the Men's 200m Butterfly event.
Miyoshi is a city located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on March 31, 1954.
Miyoshi is a city located in central Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 October 2019, the city had an estimated population of 62,782 in 24,260 households, and a population density of 1,950 persons per km². The total area of the city was 32.19 square kilometres (12.43 sq mi).
Miyoshi Umeki was a Japanese-American singer and actress. She was best known for her Oscar-winning role as Katsumi in the film Sayonara (1957), as well as Mei Li in the Broadway musical and 1961 film Flower Drum Song, and Mrs. Livingston in the television series The Courtship of Eddie's Father. She was a shin Issei, or post-1945 immigrant from Japan.
Miyoshi is a town located in Saitama Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 February 2016, the town had an estimated population of 38,438, and a population density of 2510 persons per km². Its total area is 15.33 square kilometres (5.92 sq mi).
Japan competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. 256 competitors, 175 men and 81 women, took part in 166 events in 24 sports.
Miyoshi is a city located in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan.
The War in Space, released in Japan as Great Planet War, is a tokusatsu science fiction film produced and released by Toho Studios in 1977.
The Geibi Line is a railway line operated by West Japan Railway Company in the mountainous area of the Chūgoku region in Japan. It begins at Bitchū Kōjiro Station on the west side of Niimi, Okayama Prefecture, connecting through Miyoshi Station in Miyoshi, Hiroshima Prefecture, and terminating at Hiroshima Station in Hiroshima. In addition to the Chūgoku Expressway, the Geibi Line is considered the main commuter and local rail line covering the route between northern Hiroshima Prefecture and the city of Hiroshima. The name of the line refers to the ancient provinces of Aki (安芸) and Bitchū (備中), which the line connects.
Yatsugi Station is a JR West Geibi and Fukuen Line station located in Minami Hatajiki-machi, Miyoshi, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The name of the station came from the opposite shore of the Basen River.
Miyoshi Station is a railway station in Miyoshi, Hiroshima, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company. Along with Niimi and Tsuyama Stations, Miyoshi is one of the major central region stations in the Chūgoku region of Japan.
Nishi-Miyoshi Station is a JR West Geibi Line station located in Nishi 4-chōme, Tōkaichi, Miyoshi, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The station was originally opened to serve those on the north bank of the Saijō River in the former Miyoshi-machi in Futami District. Formerly named "Miyoshi Station," it is located near the Tomoe Bridge.
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.
Tomohiro Nioka is a Japanese former professional baseball player. He previously played for the Yomiuri Giants and Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters. Nioka batted and threw right-handed.
The Fukuen Line is a railway line in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, operated by the West Japan Railway Company. It connects Fukuyama Station in Fukuyama to Miyoshi Station in Miyoshi.
Iyo-Miyoshi Station is a railway station on the Yosan Line in Saijō, Ehime Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by JR Shikoku and has the station number "Y37".
Tomohiro is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Miyoshi is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Koji Miyoshi is a Japanese football player who plays as a midfielder for Royal Antwerp on loan from Kawasaki Frontale.
Tomohiro Murata is a Japanese professional shogi player ranked 7-dan.
Akutagawayama Castle was a Sengoku period mountain-top castle in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Located on a 182.6 meter mountain.
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