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Kizuna (絆) is a Japanese word meaning "bond". It may also refer to:
- "Kizuna" (Aya Matsuura song)
- "Kizuna" (Aya Ueto song)
- "Kizuna" (Orange Range song)
- "Kizuna," a song from the anime Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch
- "Kizuna," a song from Seishun Amigo by Kazuya Kamenashi
- "Kizuna," a song by Ayane
- "Kizuna," a piece of music from the anime Fairy Tail
- Kizuna, a song of the Japanese group of power metal Galneryus.
- Kizuna, an action RPG (role-playing game) for Wii developed by Jaleco
- Kizuna, a 1998 Japanese film directed by Kichitaro Negishi
- Gekijōban Naruto Shippūden: Kizuna, the fifth Naruto movie (second in the Shippūden series)
- Kizuna bridge, a bridge in Cambodia
- Kizuna Encounter, a fighting game for the Neo Geo
- Kizuna: Bonds of Love, a yaoi (women's male/male romance) manga
- Kizuna, Japanese political party formed by nine former Lower House members of the Democratic Party of Japan.
- An alternative name for the WINDS spacecraft
- The word was chosen to be 2011's "Kanji of the Year" ().
- Kizuna (horse), a Thoroughbred racehorse
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