Synonyms for ayukawa or Related words with ayukawa

rieko              mizuhara              machiko              taneda              kotono              chikako              ruriko              kizaki              moritaka              kazue              ayuko              mikiko              ayami              sugisaki              miwako              mitsue              inami              andou              nagatsuka              hisayoshi              miyoko              kikuko              chiemi              masae              koshino              kazu              emiko              tasuku              midorikawa              masayo              utako              miyasako              ashida              hiroe              naoka              mayumi              misako              miori              mihoko              mieko              higashino              mayuko              yumeno              shizue              sayo              kanae              aimi              harukawa              harumi              ikuyo             



Examples of "ayukawa"
Mari Ayukawa was born in Tokyo on December 2, 1969. Ayukawa had nurse education in high school and she was a medical school student when she made her AV debut in the July 1988 Arena release, .
On February 14, 2015, Etsuko "Sheena" Ayukawa died from cervical cancer. She was 61 years old.
In 2001, Ayukawa was awarded the Honkaku Mystery Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Ayukawa Station has one side platform, serving bi-directional traffic. The station is unattended.
In 1990, the publisher Tokyo Sogensha established the Ayukawa Tetsuya Award, a literary award for new mystery authors.
In 2014, he was honoured to have delivered the inaugural Midge Ayukawa Lecture at the University of Victoria.
Ayukawa starred in the female pink film director Sachi Hamano's entry in Shintōhō Eiga's "Molester's Train" series, . In 1989 she starred in two films for "pink film" pioneer Satoru Kobayashi, and , both of which were distributed by Xces. Ayukawa also starred in director Akio Jissoji's (1990), also distributed by Xces.
Ayukawa Station is served by the Chōkai Sanroku Line, and is located 7.4 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Ugo-Honjō Station.
Bianca Andreescu and Charlotte Robillard-Millette won the title, defeating Mana Ayukawa and Samantha Murray 4–6, 6–4, [10–6] in the final.
The award was named after Tetsuya Ayukawa (1919–2002), a Japanese writer who mainly wrote the Golden-Age-style detective fiction.
Ōtō is made up of 3 smaller areas (hamlets/localities) within the village boundary. The areas are called Ayukawa, Tomisato and Mikawa.
In 1991, Ayukawa played the role of the wife of Kuen the silk-maker in the Hong Kong Category III classic "Sex and Zen".
Jessica Moore and Carol Zhao were the defending champions, but Moore decided not to participate this year. Zhao partnered with Erin Routliffe, but lost in the semifinals to Mana Ayukawa and Samantha Murray.
Ayukawa Station opened on 11 December 1922. The station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987, and became a station on the Yamagata Railway from 25 October 1988.
During his career, K*WEST has worked with many AV Idols, including Sakura Sakurada, Riko Tachibana, Hotaru Akane, Riri Kōda, Kurumi Morishita, Maki Tomoda, Chihiro Hara, Yuka Osawa / Elly Akira, Hikari Hino, Nao Ayukawa, Maria Ozawa & Rio Hamasaki.
The town of Ogatsu is regionally famous for its inkstones and has an annual scallop festival in the summer. Ayukawa, a town in Oshika, was formerly a base for several ships in Japan's whaling fleet.
The organization was founded on 3 November 2000 by Yukito Ayatsuji, Natsuhiko Kyogoku, Hiroko Minagawa, Kaoru Kitamura, Tetsuya Ayukawa and other mystery writers. It is currently chaired by Rintaro Norizuki and claims about 170 members.
In 1960, Ayukawa was awarded the Mystery Writers of Japan Award for "Shiroi Kaseki" ("White Fossil") and "Kuroi Hakucho" ("Black Swan"). He is noted for his "Detective Onitsura Series" of mystery stories.
The peninsula is most often visited as the gateway to the island of Kinkasan, which can be accessed by ferries running from the coastal whaling port of Ayukawa in Ishinomaki, Miyagi and from Onagawa.
In 2006, Ayukawa's AV career, which ran from 1988 to 1990, much of it for the h.m.p. and Alice Japan studios, was reviewed in the DVD "Mari Ayukawa History", released by Atlas21.