|Born||2 April 1969|
Saitama Prefecture, Japan
|Died||6 April 2016 47) (aged|
Tomohiro Osawa (大沢 知宏, Ōsawa Tomohiro, 2 April 1969 – 6 April 2016) was a Japanese sprinter. While still a student at Waseda University, he competed in the men's 100 metres at the 1988 Summer Olympics, He worked as a coach at Waseda after graduation. He died of pancreatic cancer on 6 April 2016.
Waseda University, abbreviated as Sōdai (早大), is a Japanese private research university in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Founded in 1882 as the Tōkyō Senmon Gakkō by Ōkuma Shigenobu, the school was formally renamed Waseda University in 1902.
Ai Fukuhara is a retired Japanese table tennis player and Olympic medallist, winning silver at the 2012 Summer Olympics and bronze at the 2016 Summer Olympics with the Japanese women's team. She is sponsored by All Nippon Airways.
Erika Sawajiri is a Japanese former actress, singer, and model. After starting out as a junior model, Sawajiri transitioned to acting in 2002 and has starred in Break Through!, Shinobi: Heart Under Blade, and 1 Litre of Tears, for all of which she received several newcomer acting awards. Sawajiri also launched a singing career through the 2006 television drama Taiyō no Uta, where her first commercially-released song of the same name was certified Million by the Recording Industry Association of Japan. She later released solo music under the name Erika.
Miyuki Sawashiro is a Japanese actress, voice actress and narrator affiliated with Aoni Production. She has voiced in a number of Japanese anime dubs including Bishamon in Noragami, Petit Charat/Puchiko in Di Gi Charat, Mint in Galaxy Angel, Sinon in Sword Art Online, Twilight/Towa Akagi/Cure Scarlet in Go! Princess Precure, Beelzebub in Beelzebub, Izuna Hatsuse in No Game No Life, Toko Fukawa and Genocide Jack in Danganronpa, Celty Sturluson in Durarara!!, Kurapika in Hunter x Hunter, Ayane Yano in Kimi ni Todoke, Fujiko Mine in later installments of Lupin the Third, Queen in Mysterious Joker, Jun Sasada in Natsume's Book of Friends, Shinku in Rozen Maiden, Haruka Nanami in Uta no Prince-sama, Kotoha Isone in Yozakura Quartet, Kanbaru Suruga in Bakemonogatari, Jun Kanzato in Persona: Trinity Soul, Himeko Inaba in Kokoro Connect, and Lag Seeing in Tegami Bachi.
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Tomohiro Tsuda is a Japanese football player currently playing for FC Maruyasu Okazaki.
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Takao Osawa is a Japanese actor.
Ōsawa Station is a railway station on the Jōetsu Line in the city of Minamiuonuma, Niigata, Japan, operated by the East Japan Railway Company.
Tomohiro Katanosaka is a former Japanese football player and manager.
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Tomoya Osawa is a former Japanese football player.
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Tetsuo Osawa is a former Japanese cyclist. He competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics and the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Tomohiro Kida is a Japanese sport shooter who competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
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