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Tomoko is the name of an author friend of Mokoto (Sailor Jupiter)'s in Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Season SuperS episode 134.
There is a song "Tomoko" by the Icelandic singer Hafdís Huld. It deals with the perfection of a girl called Tomoko.
Tomoko Kawakami (25-Apr-70 to 9-Jun-11) was a Japanese voice actress.
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Tomoko Kuroki is the main character of the manga/anime series WataMote. She's a socially inept high school student.
Tomoko Matsunashi is a Japanese film director and actress. She was described in 2007 as one of the female Japanese directors who "have brought some needed originality and talent to contemporary Japanese cinema." International recognition came to Matsunashi with her 2005 film The Way of the Director which was shown at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal in July 2005 and at the Camera Japan festival in Rotterdam in June 2006. Matsunashi has said that all her films "are based on my own previous experiences with my ex-boyfriends" and The Way of the Director is centered around two characters Saito and Kitagawa who both aspire to be directors. Saito makes a name for herself in independent films but Kitagawa is persuaded by a friend to become a porn director though he still dreams of going legitimate. Meeting Saito again after ten years, Kitagawa gets the idea of filming a trek to northern Hokkaido in winter with Saito. When things go wrong and Saito dies, Kitagawa eats her flesh to survive but eventually succumbs as well. A friend rescues his film footage and Kitagawa finally becomes a mainstream director.
Tomoko Miyaguchi is a Japanese retired professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Ran Yu-Yu. Best known as a tag team wrestler, Yu-Yu held the JWP Tag Team Championship a record seven times, the Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Championship three times, the AAAW Tag Team Championship and the Oz Academy Tag Team Championship twice each and the International Ribbon Tag Team Championship and Wave Tag Team Championship once each, but also excelled in singles competition, most notably winning the JWP and Oz Academy Openweight Championships. She finished her 18-year career on December 9, 2012.
Tomoko Fuse is a Japanese origami artist and author of numerous books on the subject of modular origami, and is by many considered as a renowned master in such discipline.
Tomoko Hagiwara is a retired Japanese female backstroke, butterfly and medley swimmer. She represented her native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. She is best known for winning two gold medals at the 1999 Summer Universiade in Palma de Mallorca. She also competed twice on Sasuke in the 28th and 29th competitions. In the 28th competition, she failed the Quintuple Step. In the 29th competition, she failed the Hedgehog.
Tomoko Kaneda is a Japanese voice actress, J-Pop singer, and radio personality who was born in Yokohama, Japan. She had worked at Aoni Production for 11 years, and had worked at freelance since April 2011, and it was announced she would go to Across Entertainment in August 2011. She graduated from Department of Architecture, Kanto Gakuin University. She is a member of the voice acting unit Drops, which included fellow voice actors Mariko Kouda, Akemi Kanda, Ai Nonaka and Ryōko Shiraishi, and of the voice acting unit SD-Children along with Miyu Matsuki.
Tomoko Kawakami was a Japanese voice actress from Tokyo. Having graduated from the Toho Gakuen College of Drama and Music, she was affiliated with Production Baobab at the time of her death.
Tomoko Ishimura is a Japanese voice actress who works for 81 Produce. She was formerly credited as Mifuyu Hiiragi and Kyoko Tsuruno. She is the only actor to have played the role of Luna in the Sailor Moon musicals.
Tomoko Tabata is a Japanese actress. She won the best supporting actress award from the Mainichi in 2004 for The Hidden Blade and Blood and Bones, and the best actress award at the Mainichi Film Awards for Fugainai Boku wa Sora o Mita in 2012.
Tomoko Yoshihara is a former volleyball player from Japan, who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. There she ended up in fifth place with the Japan women's national team. Yoshihara played as a middle-blocker. She also competed at the 1992 and the 1996 Summer Olympics, and was named Best Server at the 1994 FIVB Women's World Championship.
Tomoko Sasaki is a Japanese lawyer, politician, novelist and former prosecutor. She became a prosecutor in 1983, and worked at the United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders from 1993 to 1996.
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