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Okada
Democratic Party Okada Izō, Japanese samurai and assassin John Okada, Japanese-American writer Junichi Okada, Japanese singer and actor Junko Okada, Japanese

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Okada (written: 岡田 literally "hill rice-paddy") is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the name include:

  • Doris Matsui (Doris Okada Matsui), American politician of the Democratic Party
  • Okada Izō, Japanese samurai and assassin
  • John Okada, Japanese-American writer
  • Junichi Okada, Japanese singer and actor
  • Junko Okada, Japanese voice actress
  • Katsuya Okada, former Democratic Party of Japan president and foreign minister of Japan
  • Kazuchika Okada, Japanese professional wrestler
  • Kazuo Okada, Japanese businessman and billionaire
    • Okada Manila, Kazuo Okada's biggest project
  • Keisuke Okada, 31st Prime Minister of Japan
  • Mari Okada, Japanese screenwriter
  • Masaki Okada, Japanese actor
  • Masumi Okada, Japanese-Danish actor
  • Mokichi Okada, founder of the Church of World Messianity
  • Rana Okada (岡田 良菜, born 1991), Japanese snowboarder
  • Satoru Okada, general manager of Nintendo Research & Engineering
  • Tadahiko Okada (1878–1958), Japanese politician
  • Tadayuki Okada, former Grand Prix motorcycle racing and Superbike racing motorcycle racer
  • Takeshi Okada, coach of the Japanese national football team
  • Tasuku Okada (岡田 資, 1890–1949), Japanese general
  • Tokihiko Okada, a silent Japanese actor
  • Tomohiro Okada, Japanese new media art and design curator, thinker of creative economics
  • Toshio Okada, founder of the anime company Gainax
  • Yaichiro Okada, Japanese zoologist
  • Yoshiko Okada, Japanese actress
  • Yuki Okada (岡田 佑樹, born 1983), Japanese footballer
  • Yukiko Okada, Japanese idol
See also
  • Okada (motorcycle taxi)
Surname listThis page lists people with the surname Okada. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link.


Toki-Meki Purokaku Heroes: New Japan Pro Wrestling Kazuchika Okada PVC Toy Figure
Toki-Meki Purokaku Heroes: New Japan Pro Wrestling Kazuchika Okada PVC Toy Figure
From Toki-meki.com. A figure a level above the rest! The "Rainmaker" Kazuchika Okada! A 1/11th scale figure of the two-time International Wrestling Grand Prix Heavyweight Champion, Kazuchika Okada! The wrestler that climbed to the top of the Japanese wrestling scene in terms of both strength and popularity has been transformed into a figure for fans to keep by their side! The figure is larger than the standard wrestler figures, and features a much more detailed costume. The dynamic sculpting of the figure was done by Kazuki Morioka, a long time pro-wrestling fan himself! The second and third in the Purokaku Heroes Figure series are also under way, so look forward to them!

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Pro Wrestling Illustrated December 2017 OKADA
Pro Wrestling Illustrated December 2017 OKADA
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The End of the Moment We Had (Japanese Novellas Book 6)
The End of the Moment We Had (Japanese Novellas Book 6)
Two brilliant, multi-layered stories from the winner of the Kenzaburo Oe Prize: part of our Japanese novella series, showcasing the best contemporary Japanese writingIn two stunning tales by novelist-playwright Toshiki Okada, characters stagger and thrash, bound by a generational hunger for human connection. On the eve of the Iraq War a couple find unexpected deliverance -  fleeting and anonymous - at a love hotel. And wheels spin as a woman aches for something more from her husband, even as she knows she has enough.Snapshots of moments high and low, these stories introduce us to an unsettlingly honest voice in contemporary Japanese fiction.Toshiki Okada is a hugely admired playwright, director and novelist. Born in Yokohama in 1973, he formed the theatre company "chelfitsch" in 1997. Since then he has written and directed all of the company's productions, practising a distinctive methodology for creating plays, and has come to be known for his use of hyper-colloquial Japanese and unique choreography. His play Five Days in March, on which the first story in The End of the Moment We Had is based, won the prestigious Kishida Drama Award. His works have been translated into many languages around the world.

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Kazuchika Okada Rain Maker T Shirt XL Black
Kazuchika Okada Rain Maker T Shirt XL Black
The T-Shirt is pre-shrunk and pre-washed. We use 100% cotton t-shirts. We offer a number of different styles and colors! Ask us for more details! All of our shirts are -made for you, and made in North America.

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John Okada: The Life and Rediscovered Work of the Author of No-No Boy (Scott and Laurie Oki Series in Asian American Studies)
John Okada: The Life and Rediscovered Work of the Author of No-No Boy (Scott and Laurie Oki Series in Asian American Studies)
No-No Boy, John Okada's only published novel, centers on a Japanese American who refuses to fight for the country that incarcerated him and his people in World War II and, upon release from federal prison after the war, is cast out by his divided community. In 1957, the novel faced a similar rejection until it was rediscovered and reissued in 1976 to become a celebrated classic of American literature. As a result of Okada's untimely death at age forty-seven, the author's life and other works have remained obscure.This compelling collection offers the first full-length examination of Okada's development as an artist, placing recently discovered writing by Okada alongside essays that reassess his lasting legacy. Meticulously researched biographical details, insight from friends and relatives, and a trove of intimate photographs illuminate Okada's early life in Seattle, military service, and careers as a public librarian and a technical writer in the aerospace industry. This volume is an essential companion to No-No Boy.

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Okada Hardware Mfg Saw Guide Set (Japan import)
Okada Hardware Mfg Saw Guide Set (Japan import)
[Application] Designed to be used with Universal S-265 saw to cut work pieces at 90 degrees, right and left 45 degrees horizontally and vertically back inclined 45 degrees, etc. [Features & Features] You can make a precise cut like a pro! With Saw guide, your DIY improves with an accurate angle cut you desire. Since the angle cutting is possible not only at right angle, the width of handmade woodwork works widens. Universal S-265 saw, 45 and 90 degrees angle attachment are all included. [Material] Saw guide body part: SPCC. Replacement blade: SK5. Saw Handle: ABS elastomer. Okada Hardware is one of the leading pioneers in the Japanese handsaw manufacturing industry established in 1943 and naturally followed the great handsaw manufacturing tradition while simultaneously introducing extensive modern technology into the whole saw manufacturing process.

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No-No Boy (Classics of Asian American Literature)
No-No Boy (Classics of Asian American Literature)
"No-No Boy has the honor of being the very first Japanese American novel,� writes novelist Ruth Ozeki in her new foreword to John Okada�s classic of Asian American literature. First published in 1956, No-No Boy was virtually ignored by a public eager to put World War II and the Japanese internment behind them. It was not until the mid-1970s that a new generation of Japanese American writers and scholars recognized the novel�s importance and popularized it as one of literature�s most powerful testaments to the Asian American experience. No-No Boy tells the story of Ichiro Yamada, a fictional version of the real-life �no-no boys.� Yamada answered �no� twice in a compulsory government questionnaire as to whether he would serve in the armed forces and swear loyalty to the United States. Unwilling to pledge himself to the country that interned him and his family, Ichiro earns two years in prison and the hostility of his family and community when he returns home to Seattle. As Ozeki writes, Ichiro�s �obsessive, tormented� voice subverts Japanese postwar �model-minority� stereotypes, showing a fractured community and one man�s �threnody of guilt, rage, and blame as he tries to negotiate his reentry into a shattered world.�The first edition of No-No Boy since 1979 presents this important work to new generations of readers.Replaces ISBN 9780295955254

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ZANZARA Men's Okada Chukka Boot, Black, 10 M US
ZANZARA Men's Okada Chukka Boot, Black, 10 M US
Leather chukka boot soft leather with burnishing effect

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