Tahu may refer to:

  • Tahu, the Toa Nuva of Fire (formerly Toa Mata) in the LEGO BIONICLE line
  • The Indonesian and Tamil name for tofu
  • Tahu, Palpa, a Village Development Committee in Nepal
  • Tahu, Estonia, village in Noarootsi Parish, Lääne County, Estonia; Swedish name: Skåtanäs
  • Tahu Hole, New Zealand-born BBC journalist
  • Tahu Matheson, New Zealand pianist and conductor
  • Timana Tahu, Australian Rugby League and Rugby Union player
  • Tahu Culture

Other articles related to "tahu":

Tahu, Palpa
... Tahu is a village development committee in Palpa District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal ...
Lake Forsyth
... Wairewa used to be an important for providing tuna s as food for the Ngai Tahu tribe (indigenous Maori people of South Island) ... It is the only Ngai Tahu customary lake ... Wairewa Runanga one of the 18 Ngai Tahu Runanga are the guardians or kaitiaki of the lake ...
Ngāi Tahu
... Ngāi Tahu, or Kāi Tahu, is the principal Māori iwi (tribe) of the southern region of New Zealand, with the tribal authority, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, being based in Christchurch and Invercargill ... The iwi combines three groups, Kāi Tahu itself, and Waitaha and Kāti Mamoe who lived in the South Island prior to the arrival of Kāi Tāhu ... descended from one or both of Waitaha and Kāti Mamoe whānui, often in conjunction with Kāi Tahu ...
Tahu Matheson - Piano
... Tahu began his piano studies at the age of 5 with his father, international conductor John Matheson ... In 1995 Tahu won the Queensland Piano Competition and made his professional debut in 1996 with a solo recital at the New Zealand International Festival of the Arts ... Tahu has also performed widely in Australia, both with the Orchestras and solo, and has toured Australia for Musica Viva ...
Tahu Culture
... The Tahu Culture (Chinese 大湖文化) was an archaeological culture in southern Taiwan ... A set of several archaeological sites formed the culture, such as the Tahu Site (大湖遺址), Fengpitou Site (鳳鼻頭遺址) and Wushantou Site (烏山頭遺址) ...