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Tsukada may refer to

Tsukada is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:

<i>Tsukada davidiifolia</i> species of plant

Tsukada is an extinct genus of flowering plant in the family Nyssaceae related to the modern "dove-tree", Davidia involucrata, containing the single species Tsukada davidiifolia. The genus is known from fossil leaves found in the early Eocene deposits of northern Washington state, United States and a similar aged formation in British Columbia, Canada.

Tsukada Station railway station in Funabashi, Chiba prefecture, Japan

Tsukada Station is a railway station on the Tobu Urban Park Line in Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Tobu Railway.

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<i>Troides plateni</i> species of insect

Troides plateni, the Dr. Platen's birdwing, is a birdwing butterfly endemic to Palawan, Balabac, Dumaran, and the Calamian Islands in the Philippines. It is named for Dr. Carl Constantin Platen.

Masaaki Tsukada was a Japanese voice actor working for Mausu Promotion. His widow, Masako Nozawa, is also a voice actress.

Maki Tsukada born January 5, 1982 in Shimotsuma, Ibaraki Prefecture) is a Japanese female judoka. She won the Women's +78 kg category gold medal at the Athens Olympic in 2004 and the silver medal at the Beijing Olympics.

All-Japan Judo Championships

The All-Japan judo championships is a judo tournament held every year in Japan. The men's tournament is held in Nippon Budokan on 29 April and the women's tournament is held in Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium in April. The Kodokan and All Japan Judo Federation sponsor the championship.


The yobikō (予備校) are privately-run schools marketed to students who are taking examinations held each year in Japan from January to March to determine college admissions. The students generally graduated from high school but failed to enter the school of their choice. The test, unlike the French baccalauréat and the South Korean College Scholastic Ability Test, has different versions, with different schools looking for results from different exams. In Japan, the test is generally considered the most important event in a child's education. Students who fail may spend a year or more studying to retake the examination. They are colloquially referred to as rōnin. Yobiko are similar to juku except for differences such as curriculum, legal status, and the main type of students who attend.

Yuji Tsukada is a former Japanese football player and manager.

Rikichi Tsukada was a Lieutenant General of the Imperial Japanese Army.

Susumu Katsumata is a former Japanese football player and manager.

General Rouge no Gaisen is a 12-episode Japanese medical drama television series broadcast in 2010, a sequel to the series Team Batista no Eikō. Atsushi Itō and Tōru Nakamura reprised their lead roles.

<i>Pachliopta antiphus</i> species of insect

Pachliopta antiphus is a species of butterfly from the family Papilionidae (swallowtails) that is found in Sumatra, Borneo and the Philippines.

Yoshinobu Tsukada is a Japanese professional golfer.

In shogi, Tsukada Special is a Floating Rook variant of the Double Wing Attack shogi opening developed by professional Yasuaki Tsukada in the 1980s.

Yosuke Tsukada is a Japanese professional golfer.

In shogi, Floating Rook is a variation of the Double Wing Attack opening in which Black's rook falls back to rank 6 (R-26) aiming to protect this rank and prevent White from exchanging pawns on the eighth file to get a pawn in hand.

Yasuaki Tsukada is a Japanese professional shogi player, ranked 9-dan. He is a former Ōza title holder and the inventor of the influential Tsukada Special strategy, which he used to win numerous games in the 1980s, is named after him.

Masao Tsukada Japanese shogi player (1914-1977)

Masao Tsukada is a deceased Japanese professional shogi player who achieved the rank of 8-dan and also 10-dan, which is an honorary rank, after death. He is a former Meijin and Ninth Dan title holder.