Dango may refer to:
- Dango, a Japanese rice-based dumpling.
- Words derived from it:
- Odango, Japanese slang for bun (hairstyle).
- Dango (go game), a derogatory term used by go players internationally referring to an inefficient, dumpling-like cluster of stones in a go game
- Dango, drummer for American punk band Amber Pacific.
- Dangō, Japanese word for bid rigging.
- Dango (font), A font used within in the 1998 Windows Adventure Game Grim Fandango Grim Fandango.
- Dango, Burkina Faso
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