Masanori

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Masanori Ito (music Critic)
... Masanori Ito (伊藤 政則, Itō Masanori?, born July 10, 1953) is a Japanese music critic and radio personality, better known as Seisoku Ito or Masa Ito ...
Masanori Morita
... Masanori Morita (森田まさのり, Morita Masanori?) is a Japanese manga artist who is responsible for creating the manga series Rokudenashi Blues and Rookies ...
Battle Of Gifu Castle - Prelude - Masanori's Forces
... Around the same time, Masanori's forces tried to cross the Kiso River near Owari Province's Nakashima District (present-day Ichinomiya), but they found western forces deeply entrenched on the opposite banks ... Sugiura Shigekatsu (杉浦重勝) initially resisted Masanori's forces, but Mōri Hiromori (毛利広盛), the leader of his supporting forces, capitulated to Masanori and Shigekatsu had no choice but to ... After the victories by Terumasa and Masanori, the two forces joined together at the Arata River (荒田川 Arata-gawa) south of Gifu Castle to begin their final ...
Akamatsu Masanori
... Akamatsu Masanori (赤松 政範?, dead January 10, 1577) was a son of Akamatsu Masamoto, succeeding to headship over the Akamatsu clan by the late Sengoku period of Feudal Japan ... Persondata Name Akamatsu Masanori Alternative names Short description Daimyo Date of birth Place of birth Date of death 1577 Place of death ...
Masanori Tokita
... Masanori Tokita (鴇田 正憲, Tokita Masanori?) (June 24, 1925 – March 5, 2004) was a Japanese football player ...