Yamasaki (surname)


Yamasaki (surname)

Yamasaki (山崎, 山嵜, 山咲, etc.; the first of these being the most common) can refer to several Japanese people and characters. The same characters are for many purposes pronounced Yamazaki.

*Lindsey Yamasaki, basketball player
*Mami Yamasaki, model
*Mario Yamasaki, referee
*Minoru Yamasaki, architect
*Naomasa Yamasaki, geographer
*Shigueto Yamasaki, Brazilian judoka
*Taku Yamasaki, politician
*Yasuyo Yamasaki, soldier


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