Hoshi (星) is a Japanese word which means star, and a surname. Hoshi (干し or 乾し) is an unrelated word meaning "dried." Hoshi (保志) is a Japanese surname with a similar pronunciation.
Hōshi (法師) is unrelated to the preceding words, and pronounced differently.
- Hoshi, a member of Seventeen (South Korean band)
- Hoshi is a French songs author-composer-interpret, known for Ta marinière.
- Hamuko Hoshi (星 ハム子, born 1982), Japanese professional wrestler
- Mizue Hoshi (星 瑞枝, born 1985), Japanese alpine skier
- Nobuyoshi Hokutoumi, born as Nobuyoshi Hoshi (保志 信芳), Japanese sumo wrestler
- Shinichi Hoshi (星 新一, 1926–1997), Japanese novelist and science fiction writer
- Sōichirō Hoshi (保志 総一朗, born 1972) Japanese voice actor and singer
- Tomoya Hoshi (星 知弥, born 1994), Japanese baseball player
- Doctor Light (Kimiyo Hoshi), a superheroine in DC Comics
- Hoshi, a character from Arakawa Under the Bridge
- Hoshi Sato, a character in the Star Trek universe
- Lieutenant Hoshi, a character on the TV series Battlestar Galactica
- Ryu Hoshi, a character in the 1994 film Street Fighter
Manga and anime
- Hoshi no Kābi (Kirby: Right Back at Ya!), a 2001–2003 anime series based on Nintendo's Kirby franchise
- Hoshi no Koe (Voices of a Distant Star), a 2002 OVA directed by Makoto Shinkai
- Hoshi wa Utau (Twinkle Stars), a 2007–2011 manga series by Natsuki Takaya
- La Seine no Hoshi, a 1975 anime series based on the movie La Tulipe Noire
- Biwa hōshi (法師), traveling performers in the era of Japanese history preceding the Meiji period
- Hoshi (Go) (星), an intersection traditionally marked with a small dot on the board in the game of Go
- Hoshi Ryokan, an inn founded in 718 in Komatsu, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
- Hoshi University, a private university specializing in pharmaceutical sciences in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
- "Kagayakeru Hoshi", a song by Japanese pop singer and songwriter Miho Komatsu
| disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Hoshi.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.