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Steven is right. Please avoid asking duplicate questions. This question should really have been squashed, but now an answer has been posted (and therefore can't be). Perhaps you could close it without grading... Good luck!
Steven F Smith United Kingdom Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 24
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Reference: Yutaka TERUUMI
Reference information: "照海" is most likely read as "Terumi", but we cannot totally preclude the possibility of "Teruumi" as shown below, though I don't know the inventor TERUUMI is actually "照海" or "輝海":