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Yumiko is the name of a character in the Hellsing manga by Kohta Hirano.
SerasVictoria  7/21/2006
6 baby girls born in the USA (2015) were given Yumiko.
lilolaf  1/15/2017
This is the name of Yumiko Fukushima, she is the wife of Japanese baseball player Ichiro Suzuki.
cutenose  2/21/2017
Yumiko Kawahara is a Japanese shōjo manga artist. She made her professional debut in 1978 with Kotchi muite Marie! In the weekly Shōjo Comic, for which she won a Shogakukan New Artist Award. In 1986, she received the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo for Zenryaku: Milk House. She is best known in the United States as the author of Dolls, which was licensed by Viz Media.
cutenose  3/3/2017
Yumiko Shiina, known by her stage name Ringo Sheena, is a Japanese singer and songwriter. She is also the founder and lead vocalist of the band Tokyo Jihen.
cutenose  4/16/2017
Yumiko Cheng is a Hong Kong-based Cantopop singer. Cheng was given the Japanese nickname "Yumiko" by her friends in secondary school, and upon signing with EEG, adopted it as her official stagename. Yumiko was originally marketed as a member of the group 3T, which released an EP in 2002. Yumiko went on to release her own solo EP later that year. This was followed by a second EP, DanceDanceDance and her first full-length album One2Three, in 2003.
lilolaf  4/21/2017
Yumiko was given to 6 girls in America in 2016.
cutenose  5/23/2017
Yumiko Shige is a Japanese sailor. She won a silver medal in the 470 class at the 1996 Summer Olympics with Alicia Kinoshita.
lilolaf  6/4/2017
Yumiko Ōshima is a female Japanese manga artist and a member of Year 24 group. She made her debut in 1968 with Paula's Tears in Weekly Margaret. She received the 1973 Japan Cartoonists Association Award for excellence for Mimoza Yakata de Tsukamaete. She received the 1978 Kodansha Manga Award for shōjo for The Star of Cottonland, and the 2008 Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize Short Story Award for "Cher Gou-Gou... mon petit chat, mon petit ami," a short story in the ongoing series Gū-gū datte Neko de aru. She is credited with popularizing the kemonomimi character type through her creation of Chibi-neko from The Star of Cottonland.
cutenose  6/11/2017

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