Toka may refer to:
- Toka, a village near Nevasa in Ahmednagar district, India
- Tokka and Rahzar, characters in the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" universe
- toka, is the Hungarian name for the upper neck, the so-called "double chin"
- Toka, the Hungarian name for Toaca village, Hodac Commune, Mureş County, Romania
- Toka (instrument), an instrument of Assam, India used in Bihu dance
Toka is a French video game company founded by Carlo Perconti and Lyes Belaidouni, founders of Arcade Zone and later HyperDevbox Japan. The second company started by the duo. The company was among the first to use Motion Capture technology.
Toka is a popular and easily available musical instrument used in Assamese folk Music. Toka is made of Bamboo, and bamboo being the most common produce of the forests of Assam, it is used abundantly by Assamese folk musicians. The primary beat of Bihu music was kept by clapping hands, which finally led to development of instruments like toka. Toka is one of the eight musical instruments used in Bihu. The toka used by Bodo tribe of Assam is known as ‘ Thorka’.