Hiroshi (博) Kuronaga is a fictional character in 'Battle Royale'.
Felie  10/16/2019
Hiroshi H. Miyamura is a Medal of Honor recipient.
Whipsmart  9/5/2018
Hiroshi Kashiwagi is a Nisei poet, playwright and actor. For his writing and performance work on stage he is considered an early pioneer of Asian American theatre.
cutenose  6/6/2017
Hiroshi was given to 11 boys in America in 2016.
cutenose  5/23/2017
Hiroshi Ishiguro is director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory, part of the Department of Systems Innovation in the Graduate School of Engineering Science at Osaka University, Japan. A notable development of the laboratory is the Actroid, a humanoid robot with lifelike appearance and visible behaviour such as facial movements.
lilolaf  4/13/2017
Hiroshi Urano is a professional Japanese baseball player. He plays pitcher for the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters.
cutenose  3/1/2017
Hiroshi Yagi is a retired Japanese baseball player for the Hanshin Tigers. He was an All-Star in 1990 and a member of the Tigers' 2003 championship team. In the later years of his career, he was known as the team's "God of Pinch Hitting". After retiring at the end of the 2004 season, he spent some time in the media before becoming a hitting coach for Hanshin in 2009. He was named as the hitting coach for the club's second team for the 2015 season.
cutenose  2/22/2017
It can also come from the kanji 洋 meaning "ocean".
cutenose  2/7/2017
Hiroshi Takahashi is a Japanese architect. Takahashi was born in Tokyo and received his graduate degree in architecture from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1978. In 1985, he joined the faculty at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. In 1988, he and Akiko Takahashi founded the firm Workstation in Yokohama. In 1991, Hiroshi Takahashi joined the faculty at Kanto Gakuin University, Nihon University and Hosei University. The first project that Akiko Takahashi and Hiroshi Takahashi pursued together was the Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum in Kochi. Other works that Workstation has completed include the Nakamachidai Community Center in Yokohama, the Sakuraza Town Hall in Sakawa, and the Playground & Rest House at the Nogeyama Zoo.
cutenose  2/2/2017
Hiroshi Kamiya, best known for voice acting the fictional characters Osomatsu-san as Choromatsu Matsuno, Natsume's Book of Friends as Takashi Natsume, Durarara! As Izaya Orihara, Monogatari series as Koyomi Araragi, Angel Beats! As Yuzuru Otonashi, Kuroko's Basketball as Seijūrō Akashi, Attack on Titan as Levi Ackerman, Noragami as Yato, Prison School as Kiyoshi Fujino, Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan as Kusuo Saiki, Bungō Stray Dogs as Edogawa Ranpo, Haikyū! As Ittetsu Takeda, Servamp as Tsurugi Kamiya and in the Blue Exorcist: The Movie as Mephisto Pheles.
cutenose  12/30/2016
13 boys were given Hiroshi in America in 2015, possibly because of Japanese descent.
cutenose  8/20/2016
Hiroshi Kamiya is a Japanese voice actor affiliated with Aoni production.
lilolaf  8/20/2016
Hiroshi Kiyotake is a Japanese professional footballer who currently plays for Sevilla and the Japanese national team. His younger brother, Koki, is also a professional football player.
cutenose  7/4/2016
19 boys in the USA (2014) were given the name Hiroshi.
lilolaf  2/14/2016
In the series The Legend of Korra, there is a character named Hiroshi Sato. He's an industrialist who is partly inspired by Theodore Roosevelt and turned out to be more complicated than believed as the show progressed.
sunshinechild67  12/11/2012
Some more kanji for the name:

•gamble, play games
•wide, broad, rich, abundant, plentiful

•great, numerous, vast, abundant

•wide, spacious, great, vast

•broad, wide, extensive
Shibbeh  12/2/2008
Nakano Hiroshi (Hiroshi Nakano in Western order) is a character in the manga/anime Gravitation. He is Shuichi's best friend and the guitarist of their band Bad Luck. He goes by the nickname "Hiro".
― Anonymous User  6/28/2007
Very common name in Japan (numerous generations).

Multiple meanings:
-wide/open/spacious (a few kanji possibilities for this one... gives feeling of an open future)
abbasdaughter  12/26/2005

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