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This is the name of Princess Aiko of Japan (Formal title: Her Imperial Highness The Princess Toshi).
Aiko Kayo - Japanese pop singer
Aiko Nakamura - Japanese professional tennis player
Aiko (Aiko Yanai) - Japanese pop singer-songwriter.
Jhene Aiko is an American singer/songwriter. Her birth name is Jhene Aiko Efuru Chilombo and she is of Japanese and African-American descent.
Project Aiko is a gynoid created by Canadian inventor Le Trung. Aiko was created as a means to help the elderly, essentially as a functional, helpful nurse. Aiko can speak fluent English and Japanese, and is very mobile [except for her legs, which is a resolution of Trung provided he can garner a sponsor and pay off the high debt].
Quoted from stand-up comedian Aiko Tanaka:
“My name is Aiko. In Japanese, it means ‘love child’. So I look it up in the dictionary, and it says ‘bastard’. My last name is Tanaka. It means ‘in the rice field’. So my whole name is ‘Bastard in the Rice Field’. [pause, and then smiling:] Nice to meet you.”.
Aiko Asano, is a Japanese actress and singer. In 1987, she played a lead in the Japanese movie Drifting Classroom, which was based on a popular horror manga series by Kazuo Umezu. Her music album Silver Doll and her nude photo book The Younger Sister of Summer were released almost simultaneously with the release of Drifting Classroom. Those media led her to considerable fame in Japan in the late 1980s.
Aiko, Princess Toshi is the only child of Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako of Japan.
Aiko Kayō is a Japanese idol, singer, and actress. She has released 12 singles and 2 albums on the Avex Trax label in Japan. She has also performed with the musical units Kingyo and A Girls.
Aiko Yanai, known by her stage name Aiko, is a Japanese pop singer and songwriter. In April, 1996, Aiko became a radio host of FM Osaka after graduating from the college. She released a CD which she produced independently with her friends of the college in August. She participated in "The 5th Music Quest Japan Final" on October 10, and was awarded the Excellence Award shared with Ringo Shiina. She released an EP on an independent label in 1997, followed by a single and a mini-album in 1998.
Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga is a political activist who played a major role in the Japanese American redress movement. She was the lead researcher of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, a bipartisan federal committee appointed by Congress in 1980 to review the causes and effects of the Japanese American incarceration during World War II. Herzig-Yoshinaga, who was confined in the Manzanar, California and Jerome and Rohwer, Arkansas concentration camps as a young woman, uncovered government documents that debunked the wartime administration's claims of "military necessity" and helped compile the CWRIC's final report, Personal Justice Denied, which led to the issuance of a formal apology and reparations for former camp inmates. She also contributed pivotal evidence and testimony to the Hirabayashi, Korematsu and Yasui coram nobis cases.
Aiko is the name of one of the members of the YouTube channel, "Life Where I'm From".
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