Yoshi Oida

About Yoshi Oida

Who is it?: Actor, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day: December 13, 1982
Birth Place:  Kobe, Japan, Japan
Country represented: Japan
Height: 1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)
Former coach: Josée Chouinard Machiko Yamada Audrey Weisiger L. Lansel
Former choreographer: Lori Nichol
Skating club: Tokai Gakuen University SC
Began skating: 1990
Retired: 2007
Combined total: 166.80 2005 Four CC
Short program: 58.02 2005 Four CC
Free skate: 108.78 2005 Four CC
Medal record Representing  Japan Figure skating: Ladies' singles Four Continents Championships 2005 Gangneung Ladies' singles 2002 Jeonju Ladies' singles 2001 Salt Lake City Ladies' singles Representing  JapanFigure skating: Ladies' singlesFour Continents Championships: 2005 GangneungLadies' singles2002 JeonjuLadies' singles2001 Salt Lake CityLadies' singles

Yoshi Oida

Yoshi Oida was born on December 13, 1982 in  Kobe, Japan, Japan, is Actor, Miscellaneous Crew. Yoshi Oida was born in 1933 in Kobe, Japan. He is known for his work on Silence (2016), Wasabi (2001) and Taxi 2 (2000).
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Occupation Actor
Age 38 years old
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Born December 13, 1982 ( Kobe, Japan, Japan)
Birthday December 13
Town/City  Kobe, Japan, Japan
Nationality Japan

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Yoshi Oida was born in the Year of the Dog. Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Dog are loyal, faithful, honest, distrustful, often guilty of telling white lies, temperamental, prone to mood swings, dogmatic, and sensitive. Dogs excel in business but have trouble finding mates. Compatible with Tiger or Horse.

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Biography/Timeline

2002

Onda became the first Japanese female figure skater to win a Grand Prix series title when she won the Bofrost Cup on Ice in Gelsenkirchen, Germany in 2002. She also won the NHK Trophy that same season. Throughout her career, Onda attempted to land a triple axel in her programs, but never did so successfully.

2007

Onda hoped to end her career by skating at the 2007 World Championships but failed to qualify for the event at the Japanese Nationals. During her competitive career, her coaches were Josée Chouinard, Audrey Weisiger and Machiko Yamada. Onda retired from competition in 2007. She performed with Prince Ice World and then began coaching in Nagoya.

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