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* 1968 – Naoko Iijima, Japanese actress
* Yasuko Sawaguchi as Naoko Okumura
* The scene where Naoko learns her brother is alive ; Goro snaps pictures of them reunited, which angers Naoko because she realizes he only helped her in order to get the scoop.
* Hayashada and Naoko making a wave generator.
With the superheroines, shōjo manga saw releases such as Pink Hanamori's Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch Reiko Yoshida's Tokyo Mew Mew, And, Naoko Takeuchi's Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, which became internationally popular in both manga and anime formats.
* 1972 – Naoko Takahashi, Japanese runner
** Naoko Takahashi, Japanese long-distance runner
In her 2009 book, Japanese Society at War: Death, Memory and the Russo-Japanese War, Naoko Shimazu detailed Japan's response
* Naoko Yamada, played by Yukie Nakama, the main character of the Japanese drama Trick.
The Japanese manga artist Naoko Takeuchi released a series of official posters depicting five of the main characters from her manga series Sailor Moon mimicking Mucha's style.
She was first introduced as the protagonist of Naoko Takeuchi's much-shorter manga series, Codename: Sailor V, of which Sailor Moon is a sequel.
Minako as depicted in manga, drawn by Naoko Takeuchi.
* Naoko Shimizu ( principal )
From left, Shin Hirata, Katsuya Takahashi, and Naoko Kikuchi were allegedly perpetrators in Sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway | attacks in the Tokyo subway and belonged to the new religion Aum Shinrikyo, renamed Aleph.
* Princess Naoko Planning, the media production company established by Naoko Takeuchi
* Naoko Matsui, voice actress
Voiced by Tress MacNeille in English and Naoko Matsui in Japanese.
In 1959 he married a third wife, the then 19-year old Japanese hostess Naoko Nemoto ( renamed Dewi Sukarno ).
Rei in her unique school uniform, drawn by Naoko Takeuchi for the short story Casablanca Memories.
* Naoko Matsui as Roux Louka
The first public release of Proxomitron ( Naoko 2 ) was in 1999 as a download via Simtel.
Releases that followed were all named " Naoko " ( for Naoko Yamano ) followed by a release number.

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