Obata


Obata

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 Obata (1885–1975), japanischer Maler
  • Gyo Obata (* 1923), US-amerikanischer Architekt
  • Hideyoshi Obata, japanischer General
  • Obata Kagenori, auch Obata Dōgyū, konfuzianischer Gelehrter
  • Kayoko Obata (* 1971), japanische Marathonläuferin
  • Obata Masamori, japanischer General
  • Saori Obata (* 1978), japanische Tennisspielerin
  • Takeshi Obata (* 1969), japanischer Mangaka
  • Obata Toramori, japanischer Samurai
  • Obata Toshirō, japanischer Politiker
  • Yūki Obata, japanischer Mangaka
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