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A famous bearer is the Japanese photographic and video artist, Mariko Mori.
A famous bearer of the name Mariko is Mariko Konji, the head cheerleader for Seisyun High School in the popular anime/manga Ranma 1/2.
Mariko Shoda -- formidable, magnetic, emotionally disturbed antagonist in one of the espionage novels about the spy calling himself "Quiller." Written under the name Adam Hall. Real name: Ellisdon Trevor.
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Mariko is a character is the anime Elfen Lied, and she is one of the character's real daughters.
Mariko Suzuki (Japanese: 鈴木麻里子) is a Japanese voice actress from Tokyo, Japan.
Mariko Shinoda is a Japanese singer, actress, fashion model, and former member of the Japanese idol group AKB48, in which she was the captain of Team A.
Mariko Kawana is a Japanese model and actress who has appeared in both softcore pink film and V-Cinema and has also been a hardcore adult video performer and director. She is now retired as an actress and has a second career as a writer.
Mariko Okamoto is a Japanese volleyball player and Olympic champion. She was a member of the Japanese winning team at the 1976 Olympic games.
Mariko Takahashi is a American-born Japanese model and actress.
Mariko Suzuki is a Japanese voice actress who works for Aoni Production.
Mariko Shiga was an idol star and voice actress born in Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture. She attended and graduated from Funabashi Municipal High School before enrolling in the University of California, Riverside in 1989. While on a trip to Arizona in November of that same year, Shiga was killed in an accident near Flagstaff when she was thrown from the vehicle due to the car rolling as it swerved to miss an animal. She died thirty-one days before her 20th birthday.
Mariko Mori is a contemporary Japanese artist. Mariko Mori was born in Tokyo in 1967. Mori's father is an inventor and real estate tycoon, and her mother is an art historian of European Art. While studying at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo in the late 1980s, Mori worked as a fashion model. In 1989, she moved to London to study at the Chelsea College of Art and Design and studied there until 1992. After graduating, she moved to New York City and she participated in the Independent Study program at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Mariko Mori splits her time between London, New York, and Tokyo.
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