Matsu

Matsu may refer to:

  • Matsu Islands, islands of the Republic of China
  • Matsu (goddess), a sea goddess in Chinese folk religion
  • Matsu, a book by Osamu Dazai
  • Matanuska-Susitna Valley, an area in south-central Alaska
  • Matsu, a Japanese World War II destroyer
  • Matsu class destroyer
  • Japanese submarine I-29, code-named Matsu

For the realities of Chinese origin see Mazu


Other articles related to "matsu":

SS Transylvania (1914) - Loss
... complement of troops, escorted by the Japanese destroyers Matsu and Sakaki ... The Matsu came alongside the Transylvania and began to take on board troops while the Sakaki circled to force the submarine to remain submerged ... later a second torpedo was seen coming straight for the Matsu, which saved herself by going astern at full speed ...
Akira Matsu
... Akira Matsu (松 あきら, Matsu Akira?, born December 3, 1947) is a Japanese politician of the New Komeito Party, a member of the House of Councillors in the Diet (national ...
List Of Sekirei Characters - Izumo Inn (North City) - Matsu
... Voiced by Yuki Matsuoka (Drama CD), Aya Endo (Japanese), Colleen Clinkenbeard (English) Matsu (松?, Sekirei #02) is a bespectacled Sekirei donning a light peach dress that closely resembles a cheongsam ... Matsu has genius-level computer and hacking skills, and utilizes a vast network of satellites and spying devices to gather large amounts of information, once even succeeding in hacking the MBI's ... Matsu refers to herself as the "Wisdom" Sekirei and addresses everyone using the "-tan" suffix (i.e ...
Shōmei Tōmatsu
... Shōmei Tōmatsu (東松 照明, Tōmatsu Shōmei?, January 16, 1930 – December 14, 2012) was a Japanese photographer ... Born Teruaki Tōmatsu (東松照明, Tōmatsu Teruaki) in Nagoya in 1930, Tōmatsu studied economics at Aichi University, graduating in 1954 ... In 1959, Tōmatsu formed Vivo with Eikoh Hosoe and Ikkō Narahara ...