Yoshiko
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-- abbasdaughter  12/27/2005
This is the name of my friend's mother. She's pretty crazy, not gonna lie. But she's cool! I think it's a nice name.
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2006
A famous bearer of this name is Yoshiko Uchida, the author of "Journey Home" and many other books.
-- Lena Is A Secret  11/22/2006
First impression: Yoshi from Super Mario video games. Not a bad association, but perhaps a little awkward. However, Yoshi is my favorite character.
-- Skygray15  11/18/2013
I love this name. It makes me think of a very shy and quiet girl. I wouldn't use this name, but that's for personal reasons.
-- ElitaAlkaev  1/10/2015
This is the birth name of Japanese voice actress Yui Horie.
-- cutenose  1/12/2017
I think it's pretty. The possible meanings are nice.
-- mememan28  6/6/2017
Yoshiko Sembon is a Japanese screenwriter and director. Yoshiko Sembon was born November 6, 1928 in the Manchuria region of China. When she was nine, Sembon returned to Japan with her family and settled down in Tateyama, Chiba. Her family moved to Tokyo after World War II ended. Sembon later entered Waseda University as an acting major. Upon graduating from college in 1953, she began working at the newly created Nippon Television. Since then, she has written and directed numerous television programs.
-- cutenose  6/11/2017
Yoshiko Hirano is a Japanese professional wrestler better known by the ring name Yoshiko. She debuted with the World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion in January 2011, forming a successful partnership with Natsuki☆Taiyo, with the two winning the Goddess of Stardom Championship and the 2012 Goddesses of Stardom Tag League. Following Taiyo's retirement, Yoshiko won Stardom's top title, the World of Stardom Championship, in August 2014. Yoshiko's reign ended in controversy in February 2015, when she went off script during a match with Act Yasukawa, legitimately beating and injuring her. Afterwards, Yoshiko was stripped of the World of Stardom Championship, suspended and eventually announced her retirement. She, however, returned in January 2016, now affiliated with the Seadlinnng promotion.
-- cutenose  7/4/2017

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