Tomoki

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Tomoki
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Origin
Word/nameJapanese
MeaningDifferent meanings depending on the kanji used

Tomoki (written: 智樹, 智紀, 智基, 智貴, 友樹, 和毅, 知樹 or 知己) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:

Tomoki Hasegawa III is a Japanese composer and arranger of music, best known for his work on anime soundtracks, born on 19 July 1957 in Ikeda, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. He has also done sound production work on albums for Mayumi Iizuka.

Tomoki Hidaka is a former Japanese football player.

Tomoki Hoshino baseball player

Tomoki Hoshino is a professional Japanese Nippon Professional Baseball player. He is currently with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in Japan's Pacific League.

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<i>Digimon Frontier</i> 2002 Japanese television series

Digimon Frontier, known as Digimon: Digital Monsters in English-speaking territories, is the fourth anime television series of the Digimon franchise, produced by Toei Animation. Unlike the first three series, the main characters, the ”DigiDestined“ merge with ancient spirits known as "Legendary Warriors" to become Digimon themselves, instead of training “partner” Digimon. Like Digimon Tamers, the climax features any human fusing each partner as a Mega form. The series aired in Japan from April 7, 2002 to March 30, 2003, with an English-language version, produced by Sensation Animation, airing in North America from September 9, 2002 to July 14, 2003.

<i>No Matter How I Look at It, Its You Guys Fault Im Not Popular!</i> media franchise

No Matter How I Look at It, It’s You Guys' Fault I’m Not Popular!, commonly referred to as WataMote (わたモテ), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nico Tanigawa. It began serialization on Square Enix's Gangan Online service from August 4, 2011 and is published by Yen Press in North America. A 4-panel spin-off manga was serialized in Gangan Joker between January 2013 and July 2015. An anime television adaptation by Silver Link aired in Japan between July and September 2013. The anime adaptation received critical acclaim, particularly for the portrayal of the main character, but was also controversial in its treatment of social anxiety.

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