Kazuya - Real People

Real People

with the given name Kazuya
  • Kazuya Hiraide (b. 1979), Japanese ski mountaineer and mountain climber
  • Kazuya Kato (和也), a Japanese mathematician
  • Kazuya Kudō (工藤かずや, Kudō Kazuya?), Japanese writer who authored Mai, the Psychic Girl and Pineapple Army.
  • Kazuya Ichijō (和矢), a Japanese voice actor
  • Kazuya Kamenashi (和也), a member of J-pop idol group KAT-TUN
  • Kazuya Maekawa (和也), a Japanese football player
  • Kazuya Maruyama (和也), a Japanese politician, attorney, and tarento
  • Kazuya Nakai (和哉), a Japanese voice actor
  • Kazuya Tatekabe (和也), a Japanese voice actor
  • Kazuya Tsurumaki (和哉), a Japanese anime director

Kazuya Sakamoto, a Japanese member of the jpop band ON/OFF

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