• Makino Nobuaki

    Makino Nobuaki

    Count Makino Nobuaki (牧野 伸顕, November 24, 1861 – January 25, 1949) was a Japanese statesman, active from the Meiji period through the Pacific War.

  • Makino

    Makino

  • Makino Memorial Garden

    Makino Memorial Garden

    Makino Memorial Garden (牧野記念庭園, Makino Kinen Teien) is located in Nerima, Tokyo, Japan and dedicated to the life and works of Makino Tomitarō, "Father of Japanese Botany".

  • Makino Botanical Garden

    The Makino Botanical Garden (高知県立牧野植物園, Kōchi Kenritsu Makino Shokubutsuen), also known as the Kochi Prefectural Makino Botanical Garden, is a botanical garden located at Godaisan 4200-6, Kōchi, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. It is open to the public daily except Mondays; an admission fee is charged.

  • Makino Road railway station

    Makino Road (or Makino) railway station was a station on the North Island Main Trunk in New Zealand. It was a request stop, 49 mi (79 km) south of Wanganui and 2 mi (3.2 km) north of Feilding.

  • Makino River

    The Makino River is a river of the east of New Zealand's North Island. It flows northeast from the Kaweka Range as one of the headwaters of the Mohaka River. The Makino's entire length is within Kaweka Forest Park.

  • Yukio Makino

    Yukio Makino (牧野 幸雄, Makino Yukio) is a Japanese sailor. He competed at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics in the 49er class.

  • Hiyoko Makino

    Hiyoko Makino is a Japanese pornographic actress.

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