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Kokoro may refer to:
- Kokoro, a 1914 novel by Natsume Sōseki.
- Kokoro: Hints and Echoes of Japanese Life, an 1896 collection by Lafcadio Hearn.
- Kokoro (snack food), a popular snack food in Nigeria.
- Kokoro (vegetable), a variety of yam cultivated in West Africa.
- Kokoro (Yoruba), a Yoruba word meaning "insect" and, in medicine, "germ."
- In film
- The Heart (1955 film) (こころ Kokoro), a 1955 film directed by Kon Ichikawa, based by Natsume Sōseki's novel.
- The Heart (1973 film) (心 Kokoro), a 1973 film directed by Kaneto Shindō, based by Natsume Sōseki's novel.
- Kokoro (2007 film)
- In music and performance
- Kokoro (musician), a blind Nigerian musician.
- Kokoro Dance, a butoh dance troupe in Canada.
- "Kokoro," a song from Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht performed by Joanne Hogg of the band Iona.
- "Kokoro," an instrumental music track from New Age artist Kitaro on the 1994 album Mandala.
- "Kokoro no Tomo", a song by Mayumi Itsuwa and Delon Thamrin.
- "Kokoro," a song by Vocaloid Kagamine Rin
- "Kokoro (SS501 song)," a Japanese song by Korean boyband SS501
- In television
- Kokoro (TV series), a Japanese television drama starring Noriko Nakagoshi.
- Kokoro: The Heart Within, a 10-part documentary series originally airing on PBS.
- In geography
- In other entertainment
- Kokoro (video game), a Japanese bishōjo game.
- Kokoro (Dead or Alive), a character in the Dead or Alive video game series.
- Kokoro, a character from the manga and anime series One Piece.
- Kokoro Fuyukawa, one of the main protagonists of the visual novel Remember11.
- Kokoro Katsura, a character from the visual novel School Days.
- Kokoro (comics), an amalgam of the fictional characters Katana from the Outsiders in the DC Universe and Psylocke from the X-Men in the Marvel Comics Universe.
- Kokoro Momoiro, a character in the video game Yandere Simulator.
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