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…Ẽfini Hiroshima Soccer Club was a Japanese football club based in Hiroshima. The club has played in Japan Soccer League Division 2.
…Ōzu Domain (Ōzu-han) was a Japanese han or fief centered on Ōzu in Iyo Province (now Ehime Prefecture). It was governed from Ōzu Castle.
…Ōzu (Ōzu-shi) is a Japanese city of about 48,000 inhabitants located in Ehime Prefecture.
…Ōwa (応和) was a Japanese era name (“year name”) after Tentoku and before Kōhō. This period spanned the years from February 961 through July 964. The reigning emperor was Murakami-tennō (村上天皇).
…Ōtomo no Satehiko (大伴挾手彦) was a Japanese general.
…Ōtomo no Otomaro (extra=731 – July 14, 809) was a Japanese general of the Nara period and of the early Heian period. He was the first to hold the title of seii-taishōgun. Some believe he was born in 727. His father was Ōtomo no Koshibi.
…Ōtomo no Kanamura (大伴金村) was a Japanese warrior and statesman during the late Kofun period. Most of what is known of his life comes from the Kojiki and the Nihon Shoki. His clan, the Ōtomo, had been highly influential at court since the time of his grandfather Ōtomo Muruya.
…Ōtomo clan (Ōtomo-shi) was a Japanese family whose power stretched from the Kamakura period through the Sengoku period, spanning over 400 years. The clan’s hereditary lands lay in Kyūshū.
…Ōtomo Sōrin (extra=January 31, 1530 – June 11, 1587), also known as Fujiwara no Yoshishige (藤原 義鎮) and Ōtomo Yoshishige (大友 義鎮), was a Japanese feudal lord (daimyō) of the Ōtomo clan, one of the few to have converted to Roman Catholicism…
…Ōtomo Chikaie (extra=1561 – May 4, 1641) was a Japanese daimyo of the early Edo period. He was the second son of Ōtomo Sōrin.
…Ōtenta (大典太:(おおてんた)) is a Japanese sword specified for National Treasures of Japan. This sword is one of the five swords under heaven (天下五剣 Tenka Goken). This sword was a treasure of Ashikaga shogunate. After Ashikaga shogunate had fallen, the sword was succeeded by the Maeda clan.
…Ōten Shimokawa (or Hekoten Shimokawa) (May 1892May 26, 1973) was a Japanese artist, considered to be one of the founding artists and pioneers of anime. Little is known of his early personal life, other than that his family moved to the…
…Ōtani-ha (真宗大谷派, Shinshū Ōtani-ha) is a Japanese Buddhist movement. It belongs to Jōdo Shinshū, also known as Shin Buddhism. The movement has approximately 5.5 million members.
…Ōtaguro Tomoo (1836-1876) was a Japanese Nationalist and the leader of the Shinpūren Rebellion.
…Ōta Dōkan (1432 – August 25, 1486), also known as Ōta Sukenaga (太田 資長) or Ōta Dōkan Sukenaga, was a Japanese samurai warrior-poet, military tactician and Buddhist monk. Ōta Sukenaga took the tonsure (bald scalp) as a Buddhist priest in…
…Ōshima Takatō (大島 高任, May 11, 1826-March 29, 1901) was a Japanese engineer who created the first reverberation blast furnace and first Western-style gun in Japan.
…Ōsama (Ōsama), born Ōsama Jirō (Ousama Jirou), is a Japanese musician and guitarist born on 7 July 1960. He is from Nishinomiya in Hyōgo Prefecture.
…Ōoku (大奥) was a Japanese drama produced by FujiTV. The story is set in the Edo period and is fiction set against a background of historical fact. The Ōoku was the part the ladies lived in Edo Castle.
…Ōno Castle (Ōno-jō) is a Japanese castle located in Ōno, Chita District, Aichi, former Owari Province. It is also known as Miyayama Castle (宮山城).
…Ōnin (応仁) was a Japanese era name (“year name”) after Bunshō and before Bunmei. This period spanned the years from March 1467 through April 1469. The reigning emperor was Go-Tsuchimikado-tennō (後土御門天皇).
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