Synonyms for 中島 or Related words with 中島

田中              中村              ikki_sawamura              佐藤              上原              sachiko_sugiyama              yōko_nagayama              高橋              藤田              masaaki_sakai              萩原              fukuda_福田              高木              takeo_kawamura              yōko_oginome              yusuke_kamiji              優子              endo_遠藤              arimori              tanaka_田中              みゆき              yoshinori_okada              kyōka_suzuki              gisuke              柴田              etsushi              tokuro              tamakawa              tochihara              まさし              山本              takio              佐久間              fukutomi              yasumura              akihide              mirai_moriyama              井上              小林              takahashi_高橋              terashima              ryo_katsuji              shuntarō              manami_numakura              ryōtarō              斎藤              mai_aizawa              mari_natsuki              machiko_toyoshima              kotegawa             



Examples of "中島"
Tsuneyuki "Tommy" Nakajima (, born (常幸) 20 October 1954) is a Japanese professional golfer.
Nakajima Atsushi ( 敦, May 5, 1909 – December 4, 1942) was a Japanese author.
Nakajima (written: or 中嶋), also transliterated as Nakashima, is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Nakajima-Kōen Station (公園駅) is a metro station in Chūō-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. The station number is N09.
Kensei Nakashima (賢星 | born 23 September 1996 in Saga, Japan) is a Japanese football player who since 2015 has played midfield for Yokohama F. Marinos in J1 League.
Toshiya Nakashima ( 俊哉, born June 10, 1980 in Chikugo, Fukuoka) is a Japanese professional baseball outfielder for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball.
Tetsuya Nakashima (哲也) (born 1959) is a Japanese film director. He was born in Fukuoka, attending high school in Chikushino. Nakashima was given the Best Director award at the 2005 Yokohama Film Festival for his film "Kamikaze Girls".
Ramo Nakajima (らも "Nakajima Ramo", April 3, 1952 – July 26, 2004) was a respected Japanese cult novel writer, essayist, and copywriter, and he also appeared frequently on Japanese TV as an actor. He was born in Amagasaki City, Hyōgo Prefecture.
Hiraku Nakajima (Japanese: 啓 "Nakajima Hiraku"; born November 30, 1962) is a Japanese mathematician. In 2002 he was plenary speaker at the ICM Beijing. He won the 2003 Cole Prize in algebra for his work on representation theory and geometry. He proved Nekrasov's conjecture.
Dancing Dolls are a Japanese female vocal and dance group. The group consists of five childhood friends from Osaka, aged 16 to 18: Hono (Honoka Kadomoto - 門元穂果), Mii (Misaki Nakajima - 弥咲), Misaki (Misaki Sakurada - 桜田美咲), and twins Asuka (Asuka Nagayama - 永山飛鳥) and Kyoka (Kyouka Nagayama - 永山杏佳).
Haruyasu Nakajima (治康 born June 28, 1909, in Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, died April 21, 1987) was a Japanese baseball player. An outfielder with a strong throwing arm, he played an active part in the beginning of professional baseball in Japan.
Cunning (カンニング) was a Japanese comedy duo (kombi) from Fukuoka Prefecture. Cunning consisted of the pudgy, short-tempered Takanori Takeyama (竹山隆範), and the rail-thin Tadayuki Nakashima (忠幸). Known for his bursts of extreme anger, though said to be much more sedated off-camera, Takeyama is the boke of the unit. The tsukkomi, Nakashima, fell ill with leukemia in 2005 and took indefinite leave from work until his death from pneumonia on December 20, 2006, aged 35.
The Nakajima B6N "Tenzan" (Japanese: B6N 天山—"Heavenly Mountain", Allied reporting name: "Jill") was the Imperial Japanese Navy's standard carrier-borne torpedo bomber during the final years of World War II and the successor to the B5N "Kate". Due to its protracted development, a shortage of experienced pilots and the United States Navy's achievement of air superiority by the time of its introduction, the B6N was never able to fully demonstrate its combat potential.
Yasuraoka studied with composers Teruyuki Noda (野田暉行) and Akira Miyoshi graduating Tokyo University of the Arts in 1984 with a master's degree in music composition. He has received several awards and distinctions including the 1st Prize in Composition at the Music Competition of Japan (日本音楽コンクール) in 1980 and the 1982 Japan Symphony Foundation Composition Award for his "Symphony". He was recipient of the 1994 Kenzo Nakajima Music Award (健蔵音楽賞).
The "Uraga bugyō", Nakajima Saburosuke (三郎助) also received permission from senior "rōjū" Abe Masahiro to build a new vessel. The project was headed by Nakajima and the local "yoriki" and "dōshin", although the actual design work on the vessel was done by local shipwrights. The construction of the new vessel started 0n October 23 1853, and was completed in June 6 1854.
Starting in the late 1990s, Nakajima made a series of personal appearances in Chicago, New York City, New Jersey, and Hollywood (in 2000) at various Japanese monster-themed conventions. He appeared at the Monsterpalooza convention in Burbank, California on April 8–10, 2011. His Japanese-language autobiography, "『怪獣人生 元祖ゴジラ俳優・春雄』" ("Monster Life: Haruo Nakajima, the Original Godzilla Actor"), published by Yosensha, was released on July 17, 2010.
The two comedians, Tomoko Nakajima ( 知子), and Nahomi Matsushima (松嶋 尚美) are sometimes known as "Black" and "White" Othello, respectively, because Nakajima has darker skin than Matsushima. According to the Japanese Othello page, their duo name comes not only from their contrasting complexions, but also their personality roles, with Nakajima having the darker, more scheming character, and Matsushima playing the innocent boke role in the manzai pattern.
The early AVs produced by JHV went under the Penguin (ぺんぎん) label, the first title being the 30-minute-long softcore "Asobinasareya, Tadakurue" (遊びなされや、ただ狂へ) starring Hidemi Nakajima (秀美) released May 21, 1984 with production code KA-1001. The same production code series was used for releases under the Alice Japan label which began with "Sexy Violence" (セクシーバイオレンス), KA-1050, starring Mariko Kajikawa. In the years following, the company continued using the "KA" series for their products released on VHS tape.
Japan in former times was called Wa-nu. It is 14,000 "li" distant from our capital, situated to the southeast of Silla in the middle of the ocean. It is five months' journey to cross Japan from east to west, and a three-month journey from south to north. [日本古倭奴也去京師萬四千里直新羅東南在海而居東西五月行南北三月行] (145, tr. Tsunoda 1951:38)
Due to his excellent grades in school, Chung won a place at the Manchukuo Imperial Army academy in Mukden, from which he graduated in September 1937. Again, his performance was regarded as excellent, and he was sent on to attend the 55th class of the Imperial Japanese Army Academy in Tokyo, where he specialized in cavalry operations. He also assumed the Japanese name Nakajima Ikken (一權). During the Pacific War, he served in the Manchukuo Imperial Army as a military police captain. Following the Soviet invasion of Manchuria at the end of World War II, he was briefly captured by Soviet forces and interrogated by the KGB.