Ichirō (いちろう, イチロー), also written Ichiro, Ichirou or Ichiroh is a masculine Japanese given name. The name is occasionally given to the first-born son in a family.
Like many Japanese names, Ichirō can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
- 一郎: "first son"
- 一朗: "first clear, bright"
When written as イチロー, Ichirō refers specifically to Japanese baseball player Ichiro Suzuki.
- Ichiro Fujiyama (藤山 一郎, 1911–1993), a Japanese singer
- Ichirō Hatoyama (鳩山 一郎, 1883–1959), a Japanese politician and the 52nd, 53rd, and 54th Prime Minister of Japan
- Ichiro Ito (伊藤 一朗, born 1967), a Japanese rock guitarist
- Ichiro Miyake (三宅 市郎, 1881–1964), a Japanese mycologist
- Ichiro "Aniki" Mizuki (水木 一郎, born 1948), a Japanese vocalist
- Ichirō Nagai (永井 一郎, born 1931), a Japanese voice actor
- Ichiro Nakagawa (中川 一郎, 1925–1983), a Japanese politician from Hokkaidō
- Ichirō Ozawa (小沢 一郎, born 1942), a Japanese politician, and Secretary-General of the Democratic Party of Japan
- Ichirō Shimada (島田 一郎, 1848–1878), an assassin of Ōkubo Toshimichi
- Ichiro Suzuki (鈴木 一朗, born 1973), a Japanese baseball outfielder for the Miami Marlins
- Ichiro Suzuki (engineer) (鈴木 一郎, born 1937), a Japanese automobile engineer
- Ichiro Yoshizawa (吉沢 一郎, 1903–1998), a Japanese mountaineer and expedition leader
- Ichiro Ogami (大神 一郎), a character in Sakura Wars video game
- Ichiro Miyata (宮田 一郎), a fictional character in the anime and manga series Fighting Spirit
- Ichiro Tanaka, character from Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
- Ichiro (Internet bot), a Japanese web spider for the search engine goo, operated by NTT Resonant Inc.
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