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Mikado may refer to:
- The Mikado, an 1885 comic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan
- Emperor of Japan, the ceremonial monarch in Japan's system of constitutional monarchy
Animals and plants
- Mikado (beetle), a genus of beetles in family Ptiliidae, sub-family Ptiliinae
- Mikado Pheasant, Syrmaticus mikado
- 'Mikado', a cultivar of the plant Syngonanthus chrysanthus
- Kempina mikado, a species of mantis shrimp in the family Squillidae
- Mikado, Saskatchewan, a hamlet
- Mikado railway station, a flag stop in Mikado, Saskatchewan, Canada
- Mikado Glacier, a glacier in Alexander Island, Antarctica
- Mikado Station, a railway station operated by JR East's Sotobō Line located in Isumi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
- Mikado Township, Michigan, a civil township
- Mikado (comics), a serial killer in the DC Comics universe
- Mikado Sanzenin, a character in manga series Ranma ½
- The Mikado (Millennium), a 1998 episode of the American television series Millennium
- A character in Bushido Blade (video game)
- Mikado Ryūgamine, a character in the anime Durarara!!
- Mikado (candy) the name which Pocky, a Japanese snack food of chocolate-coated biscuit sticks is sold under in Europe.
- Mikado, an Austrian coffee and tea company succeeded by Julius Meinl
- Jacob's Mikado, a biscuit made by Jacob's biscuit company in Ireland
- Mikado (band), a French pop group (1982–1991)
- Mikado (game), a pick-up sticks game
- Mikado (locomotive), a configuration of steam locomotive wheels
- Mikado (song), the Swiss entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975, performed in German by Simone Drexel
- Mikado yellow, a color shade
- Operation Mikado, the code name of a military plan by the United Kingdom in the Falklands War
- Michel Warschawski (born 1949), an Israeli activist nicknamed Mikado
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