Hamada (disambiguation)


Hamada (disambiguation)

Hamada (浜田) is a common Japanese surname, and can be found in other contexts as well.

People

*Shoji Hamada, a Japanese potter and Living National Treasure
*Hλlna, aka Haruna Hamada, a Japanese singer
*Bernadette Baraquio Hamada, an American journalist from Hawaii
*Damian Hamada, a Japanese guitarist
*Gran Hamada, a Japanese professional wrestler
*Hamada Helal, an Egyptian singer
*Hamada Jambay, a French-Malagasy football player
*Hamada Kagetaka, samurai retainer to the Date clan
*Hamada Madi, a former Prime Minister of Comoros
*Masatoshi Hamada, a Japanese television host and comedian
*Masayoshi Hamada, a Japanese politician
*Mido Hamada, a German-Egyptian actor
*Robert Hamada (professor), Professor of Finance at University of Chicago
*Robert Hamada (woodworker), a Hawaiian woodturner
*Shōgo Hamada, a Japanese singer-songwriter
*Shōko Hamada, a Japanese gravure idol
*Yasutaka Hamada, a Japanese racecar driver
* Hamada AbdElRahman, an Egyptian lecturer, [Cairo University]

Other

*Hamada, in Arabic (همادة), is a particular type of barren desert area.
*Hamada, Shimane, a city in Japan's Shimane Prefecture
*Rikuzen-Hamada Station, a rail station in Shiogama, Miyagi, Japan
*"Taraka hamada", scientific name for a species of Indian butterfly


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