Synonyms for chiharu or Related words with chiharu

eriko              suguru              chiaki              kumiko              etsuko              momoko              kozue              ayano              shinobu              sayuri              chinatsu              emiko              chihiro              chisato              mayuko              kuniko              sayaka              shiori              yousuke              momoka              harumi              junko              akemi              yuzuki              yukiko              mieko              yukari              asami              eisuke              kazumi              mikako              makiko              sachiko              hiroto              manami              tokiko              misako              saeko              kanako              mayumi              kyosuke              minako              yumiko              masumi              michiyo              miho              takako              hiromi              chiemi              natsuko             

Examples of "chiharu"
Ryucheru's sister is singer-songwriter Chiharu Higa.
Voiced by: Chiharu Suzuka (Japanese); Laurie Steele (English)
Chiharu can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
Chiharu Saitō from the Japanese girl idol group Nogizaka46 is Suzuki's great niece.
Sato is married and has two children with his wife, Chiharu.
Chiharu has won the Asian championship twice and the world championships three times.
A group based in Osaka, led by Dosuken. Ogawa Chiharu is a member of that group.
Chiharu has worked on the choreography for J-Pop singer Shizuka Kudō, and has appeared in a drama as herself.
In the anime, Lead Crow is voiced by Chiharu Suzuka. In the musicals, she is played by Ado Endoh.
Chiharu Matsuyama (松山千春, born December 16, 1955) is a Japanese folk singer and songwriter.
While generally viewed as lighthearted and energetic, Yamazaki can also be sensitive and serious. In the last volume of the manga, when Sakura was down, he leaves the scene in order for Chiharu to talk to Sakura. Chiharu adds that he understands that Sakura needs her guidance and counseling, which is why he left so they could talk rather than stay to tell stories.
Akira, along with Batsu, was slated to appear in the canceled "Capcom Fighting All-Stars". She is voiced by Chiharu Tezuka.
Keisuke drives Kyoko home but they spot Megumi disappearing into the latter’s house. Inside, Keisuke encounters Megumi’s ghost, who offers him Kayako's diary. Keisuke suspects Kyoko surviving the car crash was deliberate. Kyoko and Keisuke are haunted by Kayako and Megumi’s ghosts until Kyoko returns to the house. There, she encounters a teenage girl Chiharu trying to escape, before going into contractions when Kayako claims Chiharu. In her own vignette, Chiharu, who appeared in "Ju-on: The Grudge", keeps phasing in and out of the house at different times until she dies in the arms of her friend, claimed by the curse.
Sawa Aoki
Yukie Sato
Chiharu Yano
Satomi Ishihara
Yumi Ishino
Aika Kameoka
Azusa Kawai
Azusa Masuko
Yuka Watanabe
On Hinamatsuri, Chiharu is seen showering affection on a doll that represents Tange, who is currently away in Kyoto. Chiharu is then kidnapped and raped by the same attackers seeking revenge against Tange for helping Yasubei. Tange learns of this, and as a result of the samurai code, the dynamic between his wife and him changes. He is within rights under the samurai code to kill her or to divorce her, but the latter would force Chiharu to commit seppeku. Chiharu feeling dishonored pleads that Tange kill her, but Tange ignores the request. He still loves her and wants to protect her, but under the samurai code, cannot remain her husband and cannot not show as much attention to her as before. Eventually, Tange hatches a scheme (the "fox" did it) that enables him to divorce Chiharu without forcing her to commit suicide. He resigns his post to become a ronin and hunt down the five men who brought about his current circumstances. Despite Tange's attempts to remain respectful to Chiharu's family through everything, Chiharu's brother is infuriated with Tange and challenges to a duel. As penitence, Tange allows Chiharu's brother to cut off his right arm and says his right arm is the price he is paying for returning Chiharu to her family.
TRF ("Tetsuya Komuro Rave Factory") is a Japanese pop group. Its members are rapper DJ Koo, lead vocalist Yu-ki, and dancers Chiharu, Etsu, and Sam.
Chiharu Mori (born 20 February 1962) is a Japanese former swimmer. She competed in the women's 200 metre breaststroke at the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Japan competed at the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. Chiharu Igaya won the nation's first ever medal and the first ever Asian champion at the Winter Olympic Games.
Lambis Nikolaou of Greece and Chiharu Igaya from Japan were elected as Vice presidents. Singapore's IOC member, Ng Ser Miang was elected to the IOC Executive Board to replace Nikolaou, whose term as board member was due to expire.
is one of Sakura Kinomoto's classmates and friends in school and often appears at school events with Sakura's other friends, Chiharu and Rika. Despite being bad at gymnastics, she is also a member of the school's cheerleading squad alongside Sakura.