Wakanosato Shinobu, a sumo wrestler
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Shinobu (しのぶ?) is a Japanese verb meaning "recall" (偲ぶ?) or "stealth/endure" (忍ぶ?). It is a Japanese given name used by either sex. Shinobu is also the dictionary form of shinobi which can be combined with mono (者) to make shinobi no mono (忍びの者), an alternative name of ninja.
Shinobu can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
- 忍ぶ, "stealth/endure"
- 偲ぶ, "recall/remember"
- 慕ぶ, "recall/remember"
- as a given name
- 忍, "stealth/endure"
- 清信, "purify, belief"
- 志信, "intention, belief"
- as a male given name
- 信夫, "belief, man"
- Shinobu Adachi (忍, born 1958), Japanese voice actress and actress
- Shinobu Asagoe (しのぶ, born 1976), Japanese professional tennis player
- Shinobu Fukuhara (忍, born 1976), Japanese baseball pitcher
- Shinobu Hashimoto (忍, born 1918), Japanese screenwriter, director, and producer
- Shinobu "Inoran" Inoue (清信, born 1970), Japanese rock musician
- Shinobu Ishihara (忍, 1879–1963), Japanese ophthalmologist
- Shinobu Ito (born 1983), former Japanese football player
- Shinobu Kandori (忍, born 1964), Japanese female wrestler and politician
- Shinobu Kobayashi (忍, born 1983), Japanese woodworker/cabinet maker
- Shinobu Muraki (born 1923), Japanese production designer and art director
- Shinobu Nakayama (忍, born 1973), Japanese actress and a former J-pop singer
- Shinobu Ohno (忍, born 1984), Japanese female football player
- Shinobu Ohtaka (忍), Japanese manga artist
- Shinobu Orikuchi (信夫, 1887–1953), Japanese ethnologist, linguist, folklorist, novelist, and poet
- Shinobu Otake (しのぶ, born 1957), Japanese actress
- Shinobu Otowa (しのぶ, born 1977), Japanese enka singer
- Shinobu Sato (born 1955), Japanese classical artist
- Shinobu Satouchi (信夫), Japanese voice actor
- Shinobu Sekine (忍, born 1943), Japanese judoka
- Shinobu Sugawara, a Japanese wrestler
- Shinobu Tanaka (しのぶ), Japanese game music composer
- Shinobu Tanno (忍, born 1973), Japanese illustrator
- Shinobu Tsukasa (忍, born 1942), Japanese yakuza overlord
- Shinobu Yaguchi (史靖, born 1967), Japanese film director and screenwriter
- Wakanosato Shinobu (忍, born 1976), Japanese professional sumo wrestler
- Shinobu Kaitani (born 1967), manga artist and a recipient of the 1991 Tezuka Award
- Shinobu Kitamoto (born 1977), Japanese sprint canoer
- Shinobu Terajima (born 1972), Japanese actress
- Shinobu Ikeda (born 1962), Japanese footballer
- Shinobu Jacobs (シノブ), a character in the video game No More Heroes
- Shinobu Handa, a character in the anime and manga series Shōjo Sect
- Shinobu Ijūin (忍), a character in the manga and anime series Haikara-san ga Tōru
- Shinobu Kagurazaka (忍), a character in the manga and anime series Tenjho Tenge
- Shinobu Maehara (しのぶ), a character in the manga and anime series Love Hina
- Shinobu Miyake (しのぶ), a character in the manga and anime series Urusei Yatsura
- Shinobu Morita (忍), a character in the manga, anime, and TV drama series Honey and Clover
- Shinobu Oshino (忍), a character in the light novel and anime Bakemonogatari
- Shinobu Sensui (忍), a character from the anime and manga series YuYu Hakushoouryou
- Shinobu (忍), a ninja trainee in "2x2 Shinobuden", aka Ninja Nonsense
- Shinobu Takeda, a fictional character that appears in the comic book series W.I.T.C.H.
- Shinobu Takatsuki, a character in the anime and manga series Junjo Romantica
- Shinobu Fujiwara (藤原忍), a character in the anime series Dancouga – Super Beast Machine God
- Shinobu Mouryou, a character in the Comic/short film series Contemplating REIKO
- Captain Shinobu Nagumo, a character in Mobile Police Patlabor
- Shinobu Wakamiya, a character from the manga series Chihayafuru
- Shinobu (band), an American indie rock band
- Mt. Shinobu, a mountain in the center of Fukushima, Fukushima, Japan
- Shinobi no Mono (忍びの者), is an alternative name for ninja
- Ninin Ga Shinobuden, a manga and anime series
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