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Toshio Hirabayashi

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Toshio Hirabayashi (平林 俊夫, Hirabayashi Toshio) was a Japanese football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Toshio Hirabayashi has received more than 5,248 page views. His biography is available in 53 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 48 in 2019). Toshio Hirabayashi is the 236th most popular soccer player (down from 167th in 2019), the 248th most popular biography from Japan (down from 203rd in 2019) and the 37th most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

Toshio Hirabayashi is most famous for his book "The Day the Sun Rose in the West: The Story of a Japanese-American Family." In this book, he tells the story of his family's life in America before and during World War II.

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Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Toshio Hirabayashi ranks 236 out of 16,923. Before him are Rinat Dasayev, Amancio Amaro, Shoichi Nishimura, Jair Marinho, Samuel Eto'o, and Luis Enrique. After him are Paul Van Himst, Zbigniew Boniek, Andreas Brehme, Rafael Moreno Aranzadi, František Plánička, and Jupp Derwall.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Toshio Hirabayashi ranks 248 out of 5,560. Before him are Yanosuke Watanabe (null), Masaru Ibuka (1908), Osamu Yamaji (1929), Hijikata Toshizō (1835), Katsura Tarō (1848), and Shoichi Nishimura (1912). After him are Masatoshi Koshiba (1926), Emperor Ankō (401), Masanori Tokita (1925), Mōri Motonari (1497), Tamotsu Asakura (null), and Yukio Tsuda (1917).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Japan

Among soccer players born in Japan, Toshio Hirabayashi ranks 37Before him are Masao Nozawa (null), Yukio Goto (null), Haruo Arima (null), Yanosuke Watanabe (null), Osamu Yamaji (1929), and Shoichi Nishimura (1912). After him are Masanori Tokita (1925), Tamotsu Asakura (null), Yukio Tsuda (1917), Kazuyoshi Miura (1967), Takehiko Kawanishi (1938), and Yoshio Fujiwara (null).