Akebono

Akebono (曙?) is a Japanese noun that means "dawn" or "daybreak"..

It may also refer to:

  • Akebono (genus), a fly genus in the family Sciomyzidae or Phaeomyiidae
  • Akebono (satellite), a geomagnetosphere observation satellite
  • Akebono scale, a common scale used in Japanese music.
  • Akebono (train), a sleeping-car train in Japan
  • Akebono Tarō, a retired sumo wrestler

Read more about Akebono:  Ships

Other articles related to "akebono":

Madan Senki Ryukendo - Episodes
... Tunnel of Perplexity (迷いのトンネル, Mayoi no Tonneru?) The Akebono Great Incident! (あけぼの町最大の事件!, Akebono-cho Saidai no Jiken!?) Shiranami, you Laughed ...
Akebono - Ships
... Akebono Maru, a Japanese oil tanker and fishing trawler that capsized in 1982 Japanese destroyer Akebono (1930), a Fubuki-class destroyer of the Imperial ...
Japanese Destroyer Akebono (1930) - Operational History - World War II History
... At the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Akebono was assigned to Destroyer Division 7 of the IJN 1st Air Fleet, but was unable to participate in the attack due ... Repairs completed by mid-January 1942, Akebono was part of the escort for the aircraft carriers Hiryū and Japanese aircraft carrier Sōryū during air strikes against Ambon ... At the end of April, Akebono escorted Myōkō and Haguro to Truk, and subsequently joined Admiral Takeo Takagi’s force at the Battle of the Coral Sea ...
Akebono Maru
... The Akebono Maru (officially registered Akebono Maru No ... The Akebono Maru was also the name of a Japanese oil tanker damaged on June 3, 1942 during the Battle of Midway and sunk on March 30, 1944 off Ngeruktabel, Palau ...
Akebono Rock
... Akebono Rock (68°4′S 42°55′E / 68.067°S 42.917°E / -68.067 42.917Coordinates 68°4′S 42°55′E / 68.067°S 42.917°E / -68.067 42.917) is a substantial area of exposed rock just ...