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Tanaka is a Japanese word meaning "dweller in a rice paddy". It may refer to:
- Tanaka (surname), one of the most common Japanese surnames
- Tanaka, a district of Nagano Prefecture, Japan
- Tanaka is also a common first name in the Zimbabwean language Shona which means "We have been made Beautiful". In Shona, the name is used as an expression to symbolise the beauty (the child) that has entered the lives of the parents and family.
- Tanaka Station, a railway station in Tanaka district, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
- Tanaka Business School, part of Imperial College, London
- Uonuma-Tanaka Station, a railway station in Uonuma, Niigata Prefecture, Japan
- Echigo-Tanaka Station, a railway station in Tsunan, Nakauonuma District, Niigata Prefecture, Japan
- Kashiwa-Tanaka Station, a train station in Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
- Tanaka Power Equipment, makers of small internal combustion engines and associated machinery
- Tanaka Seisakusho (Tanaka Engineering Works), which became Toshiba, a Japanese conglomerate
- Tanaka Memorial, an alleged Japanese war planning document
- Tanaka, a Japanese village merged with Kashiwa, Chiba
- Tanaka Memorial Biological Station on the island of Miyake, Japan
- Tanaka formula (disambiguation)
Tanaka T Chakafana Zimbabwean scholar in sociology and Geology
- Thanaka, a yellowish-white cosmetic paste made from ground bark, also known as Tanaka
- Tanakan, a trade name for EGb176, a standardized extract of Ginko biloba.
- Tanakh, a canon of the Hebrew bible
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