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Oshima

Person

Who is Oshima?

Oshima a.k.a. Yukari Oshima: Yukari Ōshima, Pinyin: Dàidǎo Yóujiālǐ, born December 31, 1963 is a Japanese actress and martial artist. Oshima gained prominence in Hong Kong and became the pseudo female counterpart of Jackie Chan in the country, making her a household name in Filipino families during that time.

Characters

  1. Oshima is a fictional character from Kafka on the Shore.
  2. Oshima is a fictional character from the 2004 film Stratosphere Girl.
  3. Oshima is a fictional character from the 2006 film Big Momma's House 2.
  4. Oshima is a fictional character from the 1988 film Bloodsport.
  5. Oshima is a fictional film character.

Places

  1. Oshima a.k.a. Oshima, Hokkaido: Ōshima is an uninhabited island in the Sea of Japan, 50 kilometres to the west from Matsumae town and therefore the westernmost point in Hokkaidō. It is part of the town of Matsumae in Matsumae District, Oshima Subprefecture in Hokkaidō, Japan. To distinguish Ōshima from other islands with the same name, it is sometimes known as Oshima Ōshima or Matsumae Ōshima.
    • also known as 渡島大島
  2. Oshima a.k.a. Ōshima, Ehime: Ōshima is an island in the Seto Inland Sea that lies between the larger islands of Honshū and Shikoku in Japan. It is part of Ehime Prefecture and is governed by the city of Imabari.
    • also known as 大島
  3. Oshima: Ōshima was a town located in Nishisonogi District, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.
  4. Oshima: Ōshima was a village located on an island in Kitamatsuura District, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.
    • also known as Oshima, Nagasaki; Ōshima, Nagasaki
    • part of Japan
  5. Oshima: Ōshima was a town located in Imizu District, Toyama Prefecture, Japan.
    • also known as Oshima, Toyama; Ōshima, Toyama
    • part of Japan
  6. Oshima: Ōshima was a village located in Munakata District, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. The village consisted of the island of Okinoshima and an island also named Ōshima.
    • also known as Oshima, Fukuoka; Ōshima, Fukuoka
    • part of Japan

There are other places with in their name, like Amami Oshima.

Miscellanea

  1. Oshima is a website.
  2. Oshima a.k.a. Amami-Oshima, Northern Language is an human language.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Oshima

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Google previewPopulation Change and Economic Development in East Asia (2001)

Challenges Met, Opportunities Seized by Andrew Mason

harry oshima is a former visiting fellow at the East-West Contributors.

Google previewGeography Education in Japan (2014)

by Yoshiyasu Ida, Minori Yuda, Takashi Shimura, Shunsuke Ike, Koji Ohnishi, Hideki Oshima

Hideki Oshima is a part-time instructor at Keio University, Tokiwa University, ...

Google previewA Handbook for Travellers in Japan (1893)

by Basil Hall Chamberlain, John Murray (Firm)

the _ship is off Cape Shima, whence to Oshima is a run of 70 m ., gradually approaching the land, where fine views of the bold and picturesque ...

Google previewThe Japan Daily Mail (1900)

The Oshima is a steel gun-boat of 640 tons displacement. The Hochi Shimpo declares, and other Tokyo newspapers endorse the statement, that Russia's treatment of Japan has of late undergone a marked change, and that the great Northern ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of International Intelligence (2015)

by Nigel West

OSHIMA, HIROSHI. The Japanese ambassador in Berlin during World War II, having served since 1934 as the military attaché, General Oshima developed a particularly close relationship with Joachim von Ribbentrop and Adolf Hitler and ...

Google previewWorld War II: The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection [5 volumes] (2016)

The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker

This came about from a request of German leader Adolf Hitler, who, on January 3 , 1942, had suggested to Ambassador Oshima Hiroshi that the Axis powers kill the crews of Allied ships to help counter superior Allied shipbuilding capacity.

Google previewWorld War II at Sea: An Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia by Spencer C. Tucker

This came about from a request of German leader Adolf Hitler, who, on January 3 , 1942, had suggested to Ambassador Oshima Hiroshi that the Axis powers kill the crews of Allied ships to help counter superior Allied shipbuilding capacity.

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Foreign Language - "Oshima" (The Trundle Sessions)

Foreign Language performs their song "Oshiima" on July 31st, 2015. Find more of their music at...

Scrabble value of O1S1H4I1M3A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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