Synonyms for 柴田 or Related words with 柴田

sachiko_sugiyama              ikki_sawamura              takahashi_高橋              萩原              田中              fukuda_福田              lyc_sawachi              橋本              丸山              上原              前田              nishitokyo              miyuki_takahashi              endo_遠藤              宇佐美              akihiro_nishimura              佐藤              manpei              fukutomi              奥村              ujimoto              yoshie_takeshita              高橋              藤田              moritakumi              島田              中村              motohisa              山本              minemura              yoshinori_okada              tsunao              karasumaru              sadahisa              aiyoshi              nozoe              tokuo              kiyonori              akihide              yusuke_kamiji              takamizu              soyoka              atsunori              yutaka_nagare              taro_hasegawa_cm_kg              clan_fudai_koku              kobari              nirō              新井              kiyoji             



Examples of "柴田"
Kuniaki Shibata ( 国明, born March 29, 1947 in Hitachi, Japan) is a former Japanese professional boxer. He is a former WBC, WBA and lineal super featherweight champion.
Perfect Selection: Dracula Battle (Japanese パーフェクトセレクション ドラキュラ・バトル) is an album arranged by (Anthem) and performed by 直人プロジェクト (Naoto Shibata PROJECT), a group of musicians he put together. This album features heavy metal renditions of several classic "Akumajō Dracula" ("Castlevania") themes. It was released in Japan on July 21, 1994. The catalogue code for this album is KICA-1145.
Vidal released songs in French and Japanese. In the early 1970s she moved to Japan and lived there for several years. In 1980 Vidal married musician Shibata (Japanese name: 功) of the Japanese group sounds band Chaco & Hell's Angel. They had one son and divorced. Vidal now lives in France.
Cho Han Kyu, or Cho Han-kyu, born in 1935 in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, Korea, invented the Korean Natural Farming method. Cho completed high school education at the age of twenty-nine, while he worked on his family's farm. In 1965, he went to Japan as an agriculture research student for three years, and studied the natural farming method of three teachers: Miyozo Yamagishi (), Kinshi Shibata ( 欣志) and Yasushi Oinoue (大井上 康).
On-yumishi Kanjuro Shibata XX (御弓師 二十代 勘十郎 "Shibata Kanjūrō" born 1921 in Kyoto, Japan, died on 21 October 2013 in Boulder, United States). He was twentieth in a line of master bowmakers and a "kyūdō" teacher of the "Heki Ryū Bishū Chikurin-ha" (日置流尾州竹林派) tradition. Beginning in 1980, Shibata founded over 25 "kyūdōjō" in the United States, Canada and Europe.
Nobunaga's easy victory at Inabayama Castle in 1567 was largely due to Hideyoshi's efforts, and despite his peasant origins, Hideyoshi became one of Nobunaga's most distinguished generals, eventually taking the name Hashiba Hideyoshi (羽柴 秀吉). The new surname included two characters, one each from Oda's two other right-hand men, Niwa Nagahide (丹羽 長秀) and Shibata Katsuie ( 勝家).
The chief editors of the early versions were Kindaichi Kyōsuke (1882-1971), Kindaichi Haruhiko (1913-2004), Kenbō Hidetoshi (見坊 豪紀, 1914-1992), and most notably Yamada Tadao (山田 忠雄, 1916-1996). The 6th edition, which contains some 76,500 entries, still lists Yamada as chief editor, but was edited by Shibata Takeshi (武) and Sakai Kenji (酒井憲二). The "Shinmeikai kokugo jiten" is one of the most popular dictionaries among high-school students. According to Sanseido, all the editions have collectively sold over 19,500,000 copies.
Japanese linguist and lexicographer Kenbō Hidetoshi (見坊豪紀, 1914-1992) was chief editor of the first four editions. Among his prominent coeditors, Kindaichi Kyōsuke (金田一京助, 1882-1971), his son Kindaichi Haruhiko (金田一春彦, 1913-2004), and Yamada Tadao (山田忠雄, 1916-1996) began with the 1st edition; Shibata Takeshi (武) with the 2nd; Hida Yoshifumi (飛田良文) with the 4th; and Ichikawa Takashi (市川孝) began editing with the 5th edition "Sanseidō kokugo jiten". Several of these lexicographers worked together on a predecessor Sanseido dictionary, the "Meikai kokugo jiten" (明解国語辞典). Kenbō began working with its chief editor Kindaichi Kyōsuke on the 1st edition (1943) and was an editor on the 2nd edition (1952).
Starting in the year 1576, Kenshin began to consider the issue of Oda Nobunaga, who had since grown to be Japan's most powerful warlord of the time. With both Takeda Shingen and Hōjō Ujiyasu dead, Kenshin was no longer blocked off from this realm of expansion. So, when the death of a lord in Noto Province sparked up confusion and conflict, Kenshin was quick to use the opportunity, taking land from the weakened clan which put him in a position to threaten Nobunaga and his allies. In response, Nobunaga pulled together his own forces and those of his two best generals; Shibata Katsuie (勝家) and Maeda Toshiie (前田利家) to meet Kenshin, who successfully besieged Nanao Castle, at Tedorigawa (1577) in Kaga Province. Kenshin based his 30,000 strong army at the castle of Matsuto, while Nobunaga arrived with 50,000 troops led by many famous generals.