Synonyms for asako or Related words with asako

michiyo              yukiko              rieko              machiko              yousuke              takahisa              kazue              mayuko              harumi              hiroto              chinatsu              miyoko              yumiko              takako              yasuko              etsuko              yoshiko              utako              hisae              sachio              sumiko              tamotsu              hiroko              tomoko              chieko              misako              mieko              katsuji              kayoko              eriko              kumiko              setsuko              atsuko              ayano              chiaki              momoko              shinpei              eisuke              yosuke              chihiro              mitsugu              junko              kazuaki              nobuko              kiyohiko              chiharu              narumi              hiromi              kazu              mayumi             

Examples of "asako"
Asako Tajimi (多治見麻子 "Tajimi Asako", born June 26, 1972) is a former Japanese volleyball player.
Ai Takahashi (Caesar gym) vs. Asako (U-File Camp Gifu)
Asako Narahashi: Funiculi Funicula. Photographs 1998-2003 (2004)
Takahashi started aggressively attacking Asako, quickly overwhelming Asako and broking her nose. At the beginning of the second round, the referee stopped the fight to have Asako checked by the ring doctor. After restarting Takahashi threw a barrage of punches, which prompted the referee to stop the fight concerned about her broken chin.
The first part of the film shows Tonoyama talking to a waitress, Kimie (Keiko Oginome), in a coffee shop. He then meets her father and asks him for permission to marry Kimie. The father asks him to first divorce his existing wife, Asako (Hideko Yoshida). In fact he is not married to Asako. To prevent him marrying Kimie, Asako then registers them as married.
The Kōmei principal consort was Asako Kujō (九条夙子). After Kōmei's death in 1867, Asako was given the title Empress Eishō (英照皇后) by Emperor Meiji.
Asako Saioka (, U-File Camp Gifu) vs. Mizuki Inoue (, White Heart Karate Association)
Asako Saioka (, U-File Camp Gifu) vs. Harumi (, Blue Dog Gym)
(3030) Winter Court: Kyuden Asako *(both marked 3030, there is no 3031)
After his retirement, Asako became a trainer and road agent for Pro Wrestling NOAH, as well as a judoka instructor.
The song "Let The Sunlight In" was originally released by Japanese singer Toki Asako on her 2008 album "Touch".
The story also includes Ushio's relationships with two girls: the tomboyish Asako Nakamura and the feminine Mayuko Inoue.
Japanese singer Asako Toki released a cover on her "Light! CM & Cover Songs" album released on February 2, 2011.
He lived in Japan with his wife Asako. He died in Yokohama from cancer on April 13, 2016.
On at "Jewels 11th Ring", Inoue defeated the more experienced Asako Saioka via technical submission (referee stoppage, armbar) to win the 2010 Rough Stone GP -56 kg tournament.
Megumi Kurihara, Yoshie Takeshita, Megumi Itabashi, Miyuki Takahashi, Asako Tajimi, Sachiko Sugiyama, Kumiko Sakino, Erika Araki, Saori Kimura, Kanako Omura, Yuko Sano, Yuki Shoji
Asako Takakura (born 19 April 1968) was a female Japanese football midfielder, and the current manager of Japan women's national team.
Following Japan's failure to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Brazil, Sasaki stepped down as head coach of the team. He was succeeded by Asako Takakura.
In June 1972 he married Haruko Kinase. They met at Sussex University, in Brighton, England. In 1978, they had a daughter Asako. His wife Haruko earned a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is currently doing research on the hospice system. Their daughter, Asako, also graduated from UIUC, with a joint major in geography and chemistry. He holds dual US/UK citizenship.
He was the first son of Emperor Go-Tsuchimikado. His mother was Niwata (Fujiwara) Asako (庭田(源)朝子), the daughter of Niwata Nagakata (庭田長賢).