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":

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 ...
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 - Ships
... Akebono Maru, a Japanese oil tanker and fishing trawler that capsized in 1982 Japanese destroyer Akebono (1930), a Fubuki-class destroyer of the ...
Madan Senki Ryukendo - Episodes
... 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 (白波おおいに笑う, Shiranami Ōi ni ...
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 ... 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. 1 March, at the Battle of the Java Sea, Akebono assisted in sinking the HMS Exeter (68), HMS Encounter (H10), and USS Pope (DD-225) ...