AOK may refer to:
Aokana: Four Rhythm Across the Blue, known in Japan as Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm (蒼の彼方のフォーリズム, Ao no Kanata no Fō Rizumu, subtitled Beyond the sky, into the firmament), officially abbreviated as Aokana (あおかな) and translated as Four Rhythm Across the Blue, is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Sprite and released for Windows on November 28, 2014. The game was ported to the PlayStation Vita and will be ported to the PlayStation 4. A manga adaptation began publication in Comp Ace magazine in October 2015. An anime television series adaptation, produced by Gonzo and directed by Fumitoshi Oizaki, aired between January and March 2016. A mobile game spinoff was released in October 2016, while a sequel is currently in production.
Aokigahara (青木ヶ原), also known as the Suicide Forest or Sea of Trees (樹海, Jukai), is a 35-square-kilometre (14 sq mi) forest that is located at the northwest base of Mount Fuji in Japan.
Aoki Lapis (蒼姫ラピス, Aoki Rapisu, lit. "Blue Princess Lapis") is a vocal synthesizer application software program produced by Yamaha Corporation with i-style Project for the software Vocaloid 3. The voice was provided by a contest winner, Japanese female, Nako Eguchi.
AOKP, short for Android Open Kang Project, is an open source replacement distribution for smartphones and tablet computers based on the Android mobile operating system.
Aoki Shūzō (青木 周藏, March 3, 1844 – February 16, 1914) was a diplomat and Foreign Minister in Meiji period Japan.
Aoki Densetsu Shoot! (蒼き伝説 シュート!, lit. "Blue Legend Shoot!") is a Japanese anime produced by Toei Animation between November 7, 1993 and December 25, 1994 on the Fuji TV television network; there were fifty-eight episodes.
The Aoke-Langalanga by-election, 2008 was a by-election for the Aoke-Langalanga constituency in the National Parliament of Solomon Islands.
Aokigahara is frequently featured in popular culture due its historic association with "yūrei" or ghosts of the dead in Japanese mythology and is a notoriously common suicide site (in which 54 took place in 2010).
Aoki Takamasa (sometimes stylized as AOKI takamasa) (born 1976), is a Japanese electronic musician and producer.