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For the Hebrew name, see Nissim.
Nisshin, Nissin (pronounced the same, written as 日清, 日新, 日真, etc.) in Japanese may refer to:
- 日進市: Nisshin, Aichi, a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, near the city of Nagoya
- 日進村: Nisshin, Saitama, a former town that is now Kita ward of the city of Saitama, Saitama
Several unrelated companies:
- Nissin Foods, worldwide instant ramen maker
- Nissin Healthcare Food Service Co., Ltd.
- Nisshin Seifun Group
- Nisshin OilliO Group, Ltd.
- Nisshinbo Industries, maker of car brakes
- Nissin Confectionery Co., Ltd.
- NIS Group Co., Ltd., previously Nissin, Co. Ltd.
- Nissin Kogyo, maker of car brakes, a Honda keiretsu company
- Short for Nihon Shingo, maker of traffic lights and vending machines
- Nisshin Gomu (Nisshin Rubber)
- 日親: Nisshin (monk), (1407-1488)
- 日真: the name of several monks of Nichiren Buddhism and Nichiren Shoshu
- 日進: name given to several ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, including:
- 日新丸: Nisshin Maru, a Japanese whaling ship that was targeted by activist group Sea Shepherd in February 2007
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