Synonyms for chieko or Related words with chieko
Examples of "chieko"
She was born as
Yoshimura (吉村智恵子 "Yoshimura
") in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi.
He is married to
Maki), a fellow Waseda University student, and he has a son, Yūki Mori, and a daughter, Yoko Fujimoto.
is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province.
The next day
finds Sadao at the whorehouse and begs him to come home, but he refuses. After
leaves, a cleaner asks Sadao to reconsider. Moved by her words, he returns home, and the family is reconciled.
During his time in Japan he met his future wife,
Schrader. They married in 1977.
Soon after a chance encounter at Yasaka Shrine,
learns of a twin sister Naeko, who had remained in her home village in Kitayama working in the mountain forests north of the city. The identical looks of
and Naeko confuse Hideo, a traditional weaver, who is a potential suitor of
. The novel, one of the last that Kawabata completed before his death, examines themes common to much of his literature: the gulf between the sexes and the anxiety its recognition brings.
) Shiomi (born 1938) is a Japanese artist and composer.
Sadao persuades a friend on the university rowing team, Hattori (Chishū Ryū), to leave the whorehouse in which he has been living. He asks
for a loan to pay Hattori's debts but then discovers that
has asked Kosaku to cancel an expensive trip he had been planning. Sadao tries to return the loan, but
refuses it, so he instead gives the money to Kosaku to pay for his trip. At first,
resists, but when the sons point out that she always treats Sadao more favorably than Kosaku, she relents.
Several years later Okazuki visits
tells him that she has just argued with Sadao because, when preparing materials for his university application, Sadao consulted his birth certificate and discovered the secret of his parentage. Okazuki explains to Sadao that the deception was necessary because it allowed
to treat Sadao as her own son. At first, Sadao complains that he feels tricked, but then tearfully apologizes to his mother.
Ward of Kyoto. Now twenty,
has known since she was in middle school that she was a foundling adopted by Takichiro and Shige. However, as told by Shige, they snatched
when she was a baby "Under the cherry blossoms at night at Gion Shrine". The discrepancy on whether
was a foundling or stolen is part of the plot and is revealed later in the story.
Wataya (綿谷 千恵子 "Wataya
", Rinko Kikuchi) is a rebellious, deaf Japanese teenage girl, traumatized by the recent suicide of her mother. She is bitter towards her father, Yasujiro Wataya (綿谷 安二郎 "Wataya Yasujirō", Kōji Yakusho) and boys her age, and is sexually frustrated. She starts exhibiting sexually provocative behavior, partly in response to dismissive comments from a member of her volleyball team. While out with friends,
finds a teenage boy attractive, and following an unsuccessful attempt at socialising, exposes herself to him under a table.
encounters two police detectives who question her about her father. She and her friends take ecstasy pills in public and attend a rave.
sees one of her friends kissing another boy she finds attractive and leaves the party alone.
In 2005 the song was rewritten in Japanese and performed by
Kawabe on her album "Brilliance".
Sada is the daughter of Takichiro and Shige, who operate a wholesale dry goods shop in the Nakagyo
He is also famous for his poems, and especially for his 1941 collection "Chiekoshō" (智恵子抄 literally "Selections of
", in English titled "Chieko's sky" after one of the poems therein), a collection of poems about his wife
Takamura, who died in 1938.
The first opening theme is ("Zen"), performed by Attack Haus, while the first ending theme is ("Hoshi ni Negai wo"), performed by
Kawabe. The second opening theme ("Ashita wa Kyou to Onaji Mirai"), performed by Gomes the Hitman, while the second ending theme is ("Cry Baby"), performed by
Smith was married with full Shinto rites to
at a shrine in Southern Japan. Smith wrote a poem, "My wife is beautiful and I am Glad" to
on her birthday card July 2010' He lives in Islington in north London.
During the trip, Takeru distances himself from
by walking ahead of her and Minoru. Whilst on a forested mountain, he takes photographs and through his viewfinder, sees Minoru and
talking on a suspension bridge over a gorge. He looks away to take photographs of flowers.
On the bridge, Minoru tries to catch
when she stumbles, but she recoils from his touch as she shouts at him to get away from her. They stare at each other for a few tense seconds. Minoru asks if she's leaving him for Takeru.
replies that she has no interest in him, and never will.
While Kosaku is away, Sadao again argues with
that she is treating the sons differently. Later, Kosaku asks Sadao why he made their mother upset. Kosako becomes angry and repeatedly strikes Sadao, who storms away. To explain Sadao's behavior,
reveals the truth of his parentage to Kosaku.
Minoru realises something has happened between his younger brother and
, and suggests they all should go for a walk along the Hasami River in the mountains where Takeru could take photographs.
, believing this would buy more time with Takeru, immediately agrees. Wanting to get away from their town's mundaneness, Takeru agrees.
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