Yosh Uchida

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Yoshihiro "Yosh" Uchida (born April 1, 1920) is an American businessman, entrepreneur, judo coach and educator. He was best known for his works to judo. Uchida was the head judo coach at San Jose State University for over 70 years. He played a leading part in the development of the university's judo program.

He was born in California.[1] During World War II, while members of his family were sent to internment camps.

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  1. 2004; Yeh, Emerald; ""Yoshihiro Uchida" Archived September 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine; Asian Pacific Fund; url accessed January 1, 2007