Obata is a Japanese surname and may refer to:
- Chiura Obata (1885–1975), Japanese-American artist
- Gyo Obata (born 1923), American architect
- Isao Obata (1904–1976), Japanese karate master
- Kayoko Obata (born 1971), Japanese long-distance runner
- Saori Obata (born 1978), Japanese tennis player
- Takeshi Obata (born 1969), Japanese manga artist.
- Toshishiro Obata (born 1948), Japanese martial artist, founder of Shinkendo.
- Obata, Mie, a former town in Mie Prefecture, Japan
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Obata — bezeichnet: eine Stadt in der Präfektur Gunma: Obata (Gunma) (heute: Kanra (Gunma)) ein Lehen mit Sitz in dieser: Obata (Han) eine Stadt in der Präfektur Mie: Obata (Mie) (heute: Ise (Mie)) Obata ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Chiura… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Obata Masamori — (小幡昌盛) (1534 – March 29, 1582), also known as Obata Nobusada, was one of Takeda Shingen s Twenty four Generals , his most trusted commanders. He was the son of Obata Toramori, and came from western Kozuke province. He fled Kozuke and joined the… … Wikipedia
Obata Toramori — (小畠虎盛?, 1491 – July 14, 1561) was a retainer of the Takeda clan throughout the latter Sengoku Period of Feudal Japan. He was one of Takeda Shingen s Twenty four Generals , his most trusted commanders. He was the father of Obata Masamori. See also … Wikipedia
Obata Kagenori — (小幡景憲) (1572 1663), also known as Obata Dōgyū, was a Confucian scholar and samurai retainer of the Takeda clan during Japan s Sengoku period. He is perhaps most well known for his completion of the Kōyō Gunkan, the chronicle of the Takeda clan s… … Wikipedia
Obata Station (Mie) — Obata Station (小俣駅, Obata eki?) is a train station in Ise, Mie, Japan. Contents 1 Lines … Wikipedia
Obata Station (Aichi) — Obata Station 小幡駅 Location Prefecture Aichi (See other stations in Aichi) City Nagoya Ward Moriyama … Wikipedia
Obata Ryokuchi Station — 守山市民病院駅 Location Prefecture Aichi (See other stations in Aichi) City Nagoya Ward Moriyama … Wikipedia
Obata, Mie — Obata (小俣町, Obata chō?) was a town located in Watarai District, Mie, Japan. On November 1, 2005 Obata, along with the town of Futami, and the village of Misono, all from Watarai District, was merged into the expanded city of Ise and no longer… … Wikipedia
Obata Station — may refer to: Obata Station (Aichi) (小幡駅), Japan Obata Station (Mie) (小俣駅), Japan This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish … Wikipedia
Obata Takeshi — Takeshi Obata (jap. 小畑 健 Obata Takeshi; * 11. Februar 1969 in Niigata, Japan) ist ein japanischer Manga Zeichner. Bei den meisten seiner Werke, die dem Shōnen Genre zuzuordnen sind, ist er für die Zeichnungen zuständig. Die Geschichten werden von … Deutsch Wikipedia