Shoji (disambiguation)

Shoji (disambiguation)

Shoji is a masculine Japanese given name written with various kanji (正治, 昌二, 昭二, etc.). It is also, less commonly, a family name.

People with the given name Shoji

* Shoji Akiyoshi – Japanese professional wrestler
* Shōji Kawamori – Japanese anime creator
* Shoji Nishimura – an admiral in the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II
* Shoji Hashimoto – Japanese professional Go player
* Shōji Yamagishi
* Shoji Hamada
* Shoji Nishio

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