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Yoshino may refer to:

  • Yoshino cherry, another name for Prunus × yedoensis, a flowering cherry tree
  • Japanese cruiser Yoshino, a protected cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy

Usage examples of "yoshino".

The darkness hung over Cat and Hanshiro and Yoshino as though pressing down from the ceiling.

Direct questions were rude, but he had the feeling Yoshino wanted to talk about the man who had obviously been her lover.

They left Yoshino sitting alone in the darkness of that vast, empty room.

Anyone who has stood before the fragrant avalanche at Yoshino or Arashiyama must have realized this.

Nor could he expect the monks from Nara and Yoshino, who had promised aid, to come for another twenty-four hours.

Then they were off with 50,000 pounds of thrust on the first leg of the four that would take the good aircraft Yoshino over the North Pole to Tokyo.

As of last spring there was a Lieutenant Commander Yoshino Nakata on the rolls.

One of us needs to stay here until Yoshino and his people are finished, though, so how do you want to handle it?

Taro would ride through darkness into the hostile territory of neighboring Yoshino Domain.

Shortly thereafter, the Shogun will know as well, since Yoshino is an ally of the Tokugawas.

In front of the line of towering pines was a row of Yoshino cherry trees, all broken and neglected.

Yakuza, losing herself in the syncretic Shugendo Shinto sect in the mystical hills of Yoshino, where she might have remained but for a summons from her father.

The first half-century of Muro-machi times, 1336 to 1392, is also designated the epoch of the Northern and Southern Courts, inasmuch as Godaigo and his successors maintained an opposition Southern Court at Yoshino during this period that challenged the legitimacy of what it regarded as the puppet Northern Court of the Ashikaga in Kyoto.

An early convert to Christianity, Yoshino studied in Europe and the United States before assuming a full-time position in political thought on the faculty of Tokyo Imperial University in 1913.

When the meeting was over, he thanked Genji for his insightful comments on the present crisis, apologized for his inability to control the impetuous Great Lord of Yoshino, and moved immediately to execute the decisions of the council with which he had been entrusted.