Tsugutoshi

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Tsugutoshi
Gender Male
Origin
Word/name Japanese
Meaning Different meanings depending on the kanji used

Tsugutoshi (written: 次利 or 治寿) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:

Tsugutoshi Gotō is a Japanese songwriter, bassist and music producer. Gotō broke into the Japanese music industry playing bass on tour for artists like Sadistics, Bread & Butter and Shiro Kishibe. He went on to write and produce songs for other artists including Kenji Sawada, Miyuki Nakajima, Shizuka Kudō, and various idol singers. In 1980, Gotō won Song of the Year at the Japan Record Award for his work on Kenji Sawada's song "Tokio".

Tsugutoshi Oishi is a Japanese football player who plays for SC Sagamihara.

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