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Hideki is the name of the main male character in the popular anime and manga series Chobits.
-- Kurisutaru  11/13/2006
Famous bearer: Hideki Naganuma, makes video game music.
-- Anonymous User  4/22/2007
Dude! WWII Japanese leader! Hideki Tojo! The name is definitely ruined forever. It's like Adolf. Or Benito.
-- aqualime  3/31/2008
Actually, Hideki is not a "ruined" named in Japan like how Adolf is to the rest of the world. Hideki is still in use in Japan, with babies being named Hideki post-WWII to the present day.
-- Anonymous User  7/6/2013
Hideki Yamada is a Japanese manga author and artist. One of his works is the manga series Manyū Hiken-chō.
-- lilolaf  2/9/2017
Hideki Ishima is a Japanese musician, known primarily for his work with Flower Travellin' Band. A guitarist and sitar player for nearly forty years, he now exclusively plays the sitarla, an instrument he invented in 2000 that combines aspects of a sitar with an electric guitar.
-- lilolaf  2/15/2017
Hideki Matsui is a Japanese former professional baseball outfielder and designated hitter who played baseball in Japan and the United States. He batted left-handed and threw right-handed.

After playing the first ten seasons of his career for the Yomiuri Giants of Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball, he played the next seven seasons, from 2003–2009, for the New York Yankees of North America's Major League Baseball. As a free agent, Matsui then had one-year stints with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Oakland Athletics, and the Tampa Bay Rays. Matsui was successful in both leagues, winning the Central League Most Valuable Player Award three times in Japan, as well as the World Series Most Valuable Player Award in the United States. On July 28, 2013, Matsui signed a one-day minor league contract with the New York Yankees in order to officially retire as a Yankee. A pregame ceremony was held for him.
-- lilolaf  2/19/2017
Hideki Okajima is a former Japanese professional baseball pitcher. Okajima has pitched for the Yomiuri Giants, Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters, Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks, and Yokohama DeNA BayStars of Nippon Professional Baseball, and the Boston Red Sox and Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball. Okajima was elected to the 2007 Major League Baseball All-Star Game as a first time All-Star via the All-Star Final Vote. He became the first Japanese-born pitcher to play in the World Series in Game 2 of the 2007 World Series. On July 18, 2016, Okajima announced his retirement.
-- lilolaf  3/1/2017
Hideki Mutoh is a Japanese race car driver from Tokyo currently racing in Super GT.
-- lilolaf  3/8/2017

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