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Daisuke Matsuzaka, a Japanese professional baseball pitcher
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Daisuke (だいすけ, ダイスケ?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Daisuke can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
- 大輔, "big, help"
- 大介, "big, mediate"
- 大祐, "big, help"
- 大助, "big, help"
- 大典, "big, law/rule/ceremony"
- Daisuke Higuchi (樋口 大輔), a Japanese female manga artist best known for her work on Whistle!
- Daisuke Igarashi (五十嵐大介), a Japanese manga artist known for his bold, detailed art style and innovative storytelling
- Daisuke Moriyama (森山大輔), a Japanese manga artist best known for creating the Chrono Crusade series
- Daisuke Ikeshima (池島 大介), retired Japanese race walker
- Daisuke Matsuzaka (松坂 大輔), Japanese professional baseball player who pitches for the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks
- Daisuke Nakata (中田大輔), Japanese trampolinist who competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics
- Daisuke Ohata, (大畑大介), Japanese rugby player
- Daisuke Usami, (宇佐美 大輔), Japanese volleyball player
- Daisuke Murakami (snowboarder), (村上 大輔), Japanese snowboarder who competed in the 2002 Winter Olympics
Football players (Soccer senshu):
- Daisuke Ichikawa (市川 大祐), Japanese football player who plays as a defender and midfielder for the Fujieda MYFC team
- Daisuke Matsui (松井 大輔), Japanese footballer who plays for Lechia Gdańsk of Ekstraklasa in Poland
- Daisuke Nasu (那須 大亮), Japanese football player who plays for the Urawa Red Diamonds
- Daisuke Oku, Japanese former football player
- Daisuke Sakata, (坂田 大輔), Japanese football (soccer) player who plays for Avispa Fukuoka in the J. League
- Daisuke Murakami (figure skater) (村上 大介), Japanese figure skater
- Daisuke Takahashi, figure skater (髙橋 大輔), Japanese figure skater
- Daisuke Harada (原田 大輔), professional wrestler signed to Pro Wrestling Noah
- Daisuke Ikeda (池田大輔), professional wrestler competing in the Independent circuit in Japan
- Daisuke Sasaki (佐々木 大輔), professional wrestler
- Daisuke Sekimoto (関本 大介), professional wrestler
- Daisuke Tochiazuma, retired sumo wrestler
- Daisuke Gōri (郷里 大輔, 1952-2010), Japanese voice actor, narrator and actor
- Daisuke Hirakawa (平川 大輔), Japanese voice actor
- Daisuke Kishio (岸尾 だいすけ), Japanese voice actor
- Daisuke Namikawa (浪川 大輔), Japanese voice actor
- Daisuke Ono (小野 大輔), Japanese voice actor well known for voicing Sebastian Michaelis in the anime adaption of Black Butler
- Daisuke Sakaguchi (阪口 大助), Japanese voice actor affiliated with Aoni Production
- Daisuke Amaya (天谷 大輔), Japanese independent game developer
- Daisuke Asakura (浅倉 大介), Japanese pop artist, songwriter and producer
- Daisuke Ban (伴 大介), Japanese actor
- Daisuke Enomoto (榎本 大輔), Japanese businessman and former livedoor executive
- Daisuke Inoue (井上 大佑), Japanese businessman who invented Karaoke
- Daisuke Ishiwatari (石渡 太輔), Japanese video game developer, Musician
- Daisuke Katō (加東 大介, 1911–1975) Japanese actor
- Daisuke Murakawa (村川大介), Japanese professional Go player
- Daisuke Namba (難波 大助, 1899–1924), Japanese student who tried to assassinate Hirohito in 1923
- Daisuke Tsuda (musician) (津田 大介), vocalist of the Japanese band Maximum the Hormone
- Daisuke Tsuda (journalist) (津田 大介), Japanese IT, music journalist, and writer
- Daisuke Watanabe (渡辺 大祐), Japanese video game scenario writer
- Daisuke Watanabe (大輔渡辺), Japanese actor stage/screen/TV
- Daisuke Aoki, in the manga Kodomo no Jikan
- Daisuke Aramaki, from the manga Ghost in the Shell
- Daisuke Aurora, from Heat Guy J.
- Daisuke Hiyami, from the anime Rockman.exe NT Warrior
- Daisuke Jigen, from Lupin III manga
- Daisuke Kazama, from Kamen Rider Kabuto
- Daisuke Motomiya (Davis Motomiya in English dub), from Digimon
- Daisuke Niwa, of manga and anime series, D.N.Angel
- Daisuke Serizawa, eyepatch-wearing character in Godzilla
- Daisuke, from the film Urduja
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