Synonyms for asaoka or Related words with asaoka

satou              katou              kamiyama              michiyo              taneda              itou              ruriko              yashiro              fumi              aragaki              momoi              yumiko              hiroto              sachio              washio              misako              yousuke              tamotsu              moritaka              harumi              kouda              rieko              hachiya              eisuke              kiyoharu              nishiwaki              kamio              kaburagi              yoshika              kohinata              kayama              takamura              shinjo              chikako              makihara              mizuhara              asako              kunihiro              shiokawa              yasuhiko              takuji              miyauchi              mimori              hachiro              takizawa              kashiwagi              mieko              masatsugu              takehiro              onuki             

Examples of "asaoka"
Asaoka is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
All tracks are composed and written by Uya Asaoka and arranged by Daisuke Ikeda
Asaoka was in the Takarazuka Revue from 1952 to 1955. She was a cast member (musumeyaku), belonging to the Moon Troupe (Tsuki).
Itō's daughter, Yukiji Asaoka, is a famous actress and singer. Itō died in 1972 of cancer. His grave is at the temple of Ryūsō-in in Shinagawa, Tokyo.
"Ai no Kawaki" was made into a 1967 film with the same title, directed by Koreyoshi Kurahara, with Ruriko Asaoka playing Etsuko.
Suika (すいか, in Japanese), which means "watermelon", is a Japanese television drama about four roommates, played by Satomi Kobayashi, Rie Tomosaka, Mikako Ichikawa, and Ruriko Asaoka.
At the Blue Ribbon Awards, Ruriko Asaoka was given the Best Actress prize and Chieko Baisho the Best Supporting Actress prize for their roles in "Tora-san's Rise and Fall". Asaoka was also named Best Actress at the Kinema Junpo Awards and the Mainichi Film Awards. Mainichi also awarded Kiminobu Satō for Best Art Direction on this film and on "Harakara". The German-language site molodezhnaja gives "Tora-san's Rise and Fall" three and a half out of five stars.
He made his directorial debut in 1957 with "I Am Waiting", starring Yujiro Ishihara, and gained recognition for his bold camera work and angles. He subsequently directed numerous films starring Ishihara and Ruriko Asaoka.
"Over Fence" tells the story of Minori Serizawa, the manager of the idiosyncratic Asaoka High School Baseball Club, as she struggles to cure her players of their various bad habits.
(the) Field of View (フィールド・オブ・ビュー "Fīrudo obu Byū") was a popular Japanese rock band formed in 1994 by vocalist U-ya Asaoka, guitarist Takashi Oda, keyboardist Jun Abe and drummer Takuto Kohashi, with Jun Abe leaving and Kenji Niitsu joining the following year. The group's tenure lasted until their break up in December 2002.
It is piloted by Asaoka Shinobu the tomboy. The third Dinosaur Robot and its weapons are a gatling cannon inside the mouth, the cannons on its back. It can also withdraw the legs into the body and ram with hover jets. The support crew for this Robo are Chobi, Shuuzou, the twins One and Two, and Gorou. It becomes Gosaurer's legs.
The series was later adapted into two live-action films in 1972 (directed by Toshio Masuda, starring Yujiro Ishihara, Ryōhei Uchida, Ruriko Asaoka, Tetsurō Tamba, Ryōhei Uchida, Yoshi Kato and Junko Miyashita), as well as the 1983 television drama. A new manga "Shin Kage Gari" (新・影狩り) was started by Kenji Okamura in 2011.
Tsugawa comes from an illustrious film family. His older brother Hiroyuki Nagato is an actor. His wife Yukiji Asaoka is an actress. His grandfather is the director Shōzō Makino, his father, Kunitarō Sawamura, and his mother, Tomoko Makino, were both actors. His aunt and uncle through his father are the actors Sadako Sawamura and Daisuke Katō.
"Black Blizzard" has been called one of the first full-length gekiga works. Tatsumi would come to view the manga as the epitome of the new genre of gekiga. Kōji Asaoka, a gekiga author, later told Tatsumi that when he read the manga as a middle school student, he was really impressed, braving the snow to show it to his friend, who he talked with "about the appearance of a new type of manga the whole night".
Thirst for Love ( Ai no kawaki) is a 1967 Japanese drama film directed by Koreyoshi Kurahara, starring Nobuo Nakamura and Ruriko Asaoka. It is also known as Longing for Love and The Thirst for Love. It tells the story of a young widow who becomes the mistress of her wealthy father-in-law. The film is based on the novel "Thirst for Love" by Yukio Mishima.
In December 1999, Ganari Takahashi, the founder and chief at SOD, banned Tohjiro from making porn videos with SOD for a year, telling him to "go away and fix your porn-addicted brain! Your recent movies have lost their edge!" For that year, Tohjiro worked on softcore V-Cinema films for SOD including the May 2000 VHS production "Lovely Woman Teacher" (愛しの女教師) starring Mirei Asaoka and the October 2000 "Nude Hostess" (全裸若女将) with Kurumi Morishita. This was followed in December by "nana" (なな) starring Chinatsu Itō. All three VHS videos were later released by SOD in DVD format
The company made a few samurai films and historical dramas but by 1960 had decided to devote its resources to the production of urban youth dramas, comedy, action and gangster films. From the late 1950s to 1971 they were renowned for their big budget action movies designed for the youth market. They employed such stars as Yujiro Ishihara, Akira Kobayashi, Joe Shishido, Tetsuya Watari, Ruriko Asaoka, Chieko Matsubara and, later, Meiko Kaji and Tatsuya Fuji. Director Shōhei Imamura began his career there and between 1958 and 1966 made for them such notable films as "Pigs and Battleships" (1961), "The Insect Woman" (1963) and "The Pornographers" (1966).
He had a total of five children. Two of his sons, Sadatsugu Matsuda (1906–2003) and Masahiro Makino (1908–1993) were also film directors. Another, Mitsuo Makino, was a film producer, and another Shinzō Makino, also worked as a director (his wife was the actress Chikako Miyagi). Masahiro married the actress Yukiko Todoroki and their son, Masayuki Makino, is the head of the Okinawa Actor's School. Shōzō's daughter, Tomoko Makino, married the actor Kunitarō Sawamura, and is the mother to actors Masahiko Tsugawa and Hiroyuki Nagato, both of whom married famous actresses, Yukiji Asaoka and Yōko Minamida respectively. Kunitarō's brother and sister are the actors Daisuke Katō and Sadako Sawamura.
Minami Asaoka is Rinko's childhood friend and Garnet's human partner. 14 years old and Rinko's classmate, Minami is a member of the school's kendo club, whose captain Hisashi Miyamoto she has a crush on. Her family owns an Okonomiyaki shop in the city suburbs, on which she is the older sister of the two twin brothers: Tetsuya and Hiroshi. She's a tomboy, though she likes typically feminine things as well, which she finds embarrassing and tries to keep a secret. She's the second person tasked with finding the Jewelpets.
Masahiro's half-brother, Sadatsugu Matsuda (1906–2003), was also a popular film director. Another brother, Mitsuo Makino, was an important film producer, and yet another, Shinzō Makino, also worked as a director (his wife was the actress Chikako Miyagi). Masahiro's sister, Tomoko Makino, married the actor Kunitarō Sawamura, and gave birth to the actors Masahiko Tsugawa and Hiroyuki Nagato, each of whom married famous actresses (Yukiji Asaoka and Yōko Minamida respectively). Kunitarō's brother and sister (brother and sister-in-law to Masahiro) are the actors Daisuke Katō and Sadako Sawamura. The pseudonym that Masahiko Tsugawa took when he became a director, Makino Masahiko, is a tribute to Masahiro.