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Taku can refer to:
- the Taku River, in Alaska and British Columbia
- Taku Arm of Tagish Lake in British Columbia
- Taku, British Columbia, a locality on Tagish Lake
- Taku Forts, forts on the south bank of the Hai He, in Tanggu District, Tianjin municipality, in northeastern China
- Taku, Saga, a city located in Saga prefecture on the island of Kyūshū, Japan
- Taku, India, a town in India
- The Taku people, an Alaska Native group, who are a kwaan or tribe of the Tlingit
- Surnamed "Taku"
- Moses Taku, a rabbi, 13th-century Tosafist from Bohemia
- George Taku, First Lieutenant in The United States Army, Master of Science Degree in Computer Science - Dec. 2010 - Arkansas States University
- Afrim Taku (born 1989), an Albanian soccer player
- Akwo Tarh Ayuk Taku (born 1992), a Cameroonian soccer player
- Nicknamed "Taku"
- Taku, a nickname for Takuma Sato
- Given name "Taku"
"Taku" is a Japanese male given name
- HMS Taku (N38), a British T class submarine
- M/V Taku, a vessel for the Alaska Marine Highway System
- USC&GS Taku, a United States Coast Guard and Geodetic Survey ship
- Taku Station, a railway station in Taku, Saga, Japan
- Taku (whale), an Orca (killer whale) that once lived at SeaWorld
- The Fijian name for the Hawksbill turtle
- Battle of Taku Forts (disambiguation), several battles in China
- Takuu language or "Taku", a Polynesian language (ISO 639-3:nho)
- 9574 Taku, an asteroid
- Taku High School, in Taku, Saga, Japan
- Naka-Taku Station, a railway station in Taku, Saga, Japan
- Higashi-Taku Station, a railway station in Taku, Saga, Japan
- Taku River Tlingit First Nation
- All pages beginning with "Taku"
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