Nagashima (disambiguation)


Nagashima (disambiguation)

Nagashima was a series of Ikkō-ikki fortresses in Japan.

Nagashima may also refer to:

Places

People

  • Hiroshi Nagashima, a Japanese boxer
  • Kazushige Nagashima, a professional baseball player, son of Shigeo Nagashima
  • Shigeo Nagashima, a professional baseball player
  • Yūichi Nagashima, a male seiyū and actor
  • Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima, a Japanese kick boxer and cosplayer
  • Yūko Nagashima, a female seiyū
  • Yurie Nagashima, a photographer

Other uses:


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