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This is the name of one of the characters in Haruki Murakami's novel "Norwegian Wood".
Elfstone  5/25/2005
In the animanga 'Midori no Hibi', there's a character named Midori.
azngirl12  9/25/2005
Midoriko, from the Anime/Manga "InuYasha", was a strong Priestess who's soul resides in the Shikon Jewel.
Kaida_Le  1/13/2006
Midori Ito was a Japanese figure skater in the early 90's.
Brenna  5/6/2006
Midori is the name of a Japanese violinist. (She doesn't use her family name.)
Kosta  5/10/2006
Actually, the violinist's name is Midori Gotoh, as far as I know.
pocho-mole  11/18/2006
Midori Goto is known simply as Midori, and is one of the most AMAZINGTASTIC violinists ever. I'm a violinist myself, and seeing this woman play live was akin to a religious experience. If I met a child with her name, I would hear beautiful music in my head. That being said, the name does bear a bit of a resemblance to Midol.
brilliantblue  8/8/2008
The name of Michael's co-worker in Japan in the tenth "Princess Diaries" book, "Forever Princess". Mia suspects that Midori is his girlfriend when she first sees them at Columbia.
― Anonymous User  2/14/2009
Midori Naha, one of the main characters in the anime Telepathy Shojo Ran.
Ayla  3/13/2009
Seto Midori is a character in Inazuma Eleven GO.
― Anonymous User  3/31/2015
Midori Gurin is currently a joke character in the game Yandere Simulator. She has green eyes and green hair, and is somewhat obsessed with the color green.
Echse  11/14/2015
Midori is the name of a character from Fire Emblem: Fates. She is Kaze's daughter.
Buneary  8/5/2016
Midori Ito is a Japanese former figure skater. She is the 1989 World champion and the 1992 Olympic silver medalist. She is the first woman to land a triple-triple jump combination and a triple axel in competition. At the 1988 Calgary Olympics, she became the first woman to land seven triple jumps in a free skating competition.
cutenose  2/2/2017
Midori Matsuya was a Japanese pianist, graduated from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, studied under Kichigoro Sato, Noboru Toyomasu, Naoya Fukai and Lay Lev. His father was a Japanese Jazz pianist, Minoru Matsuya (1910–1995). He taught him how to play the piano since he was a child. He was brought up in an environment to learn both classical and jazz music since his childhood. Also, he learned harmony and composition under Roh Ogura (1916–1990) in Kamakura.

In 1973, he left to Germany to study at Universität der Künste Berlin. In 1975, he returned to Japan and engaged in concert, broadcasting and recording activities.
He was a professor in Nihon University, Music Department. He was a piano teacher of Hiroaki Zakoji (1958–1987).
Composer and vocalist Fuyuta Matsuya, and vocalist Leo Matsuya are his sons.
lilolaf  2/19/2017
Midori Gotō, usually referred to simply as Midori, is a Japanese-born American violinist. She made her debut at the age of 11, when conductor Zubin Mehta added her to the program of the New York Philharmonic's New Year's Eve Gala in 1982. When she was 21, she established her first not-for-profit organization Midori and Friends to bring music education and opportunities to children in New York City and Japan. In 2007, she was appointed as a UN Messenger of Peace.
cutenose  3/15/2017

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