Synonyms for eisuke or Related words with eisuke

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Examples of "eisuke"
Eisuke Tachikawa (太刀川英輔, Tachikawa Eisuke) (born 1981) is a Japanese designer.
Yasuyo and Michiru depart together and learn that Eisuke and Sachiko plan on leaving the family home as well in order to move to the hotel where Eisuke works so that he won't have to travel every day.
Ono was born on February 18, 1933, in Tokyo, to Isoko Ono (小野 磯子 Ono Isoko) and Eisuke Ono (小野 英輔 Ono Eisuke), a banker and former classical pianist. Isoko's father was ennobled in 1915. Isoko's maternal grandfather Zenjiro Yasuda (安田 善次郎 "Yasuda Zenjirō") was an affiliate of the Yasuda clan and zaibatsu. Eisuke came from a long line of samurai warrior-scholars. The kanji translation of Yoko's first name "Yoko" means "ocean child".
Gozonji Azuma Otoko (御存知東男) is a 1939 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Eisuke Takizawa.
, literally: "Story of Tetsuharu Kawakami: number 16", is a 1957 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Eisuke Takizawa.
As Eisuke and Sachiko prepare to depart they reminisce about an earlier time when the family had been happy together.
The Temptress and the Monk () is a 1958 Japanese fantasy film directed by Eisuke Takizawa. It was entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival.
Sister Jill (played by Eisuke Sasai) is the head of Panther Claw. Her real power and form are unknown. She has a special interest in Honey's AI system.
After his death in September 1970, Taira was succeeded in Ryūkyū Kobudo Hozon Shinkokai in Okinawa by Eisuke Akamine and in mainland Japan by Inoue Motokatsu.
Eisuke (written: 永輔, 英輔, 英介, 栄介, 英助 or エイスケ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Two weeks before Yoko's birth, Eisuke was transferred to San Francisco by his employer, the Yokohama Specie Bank. The rest of the family followed soon after, with Yoko meeting Eisuke when she was two. Her younger brother Keisuke was born in December 1936. Yoko was enrolled in piano lessons from the age of 4. In 1937, the family was transferred back to Japan and Ono enrolled at Tokyo's Gakushuin (also known as the Peers School), one of the most exclusive schools in Japan.
A prominent Dada group in Japan was MAVO (), founded in July 1923 by Tomoyoshi Murayama and Masamu Yanase (, ). Other prominent artists were Jun Tsuji, Eisuke Yoshiyuki, Shinkichi Takahashi () and Katsue Kitasono.
Kazuko was born in Tokyo as a first daughter of Eisuke Yoshiyuki, a writer, and Aguri. She has an older brother, Junnosuke Yoshiyuki, a novelist, and a sister, Rie Yoshiyuki, a poet.
Eisuke’s friends, who were part of his band ROCKHEAD, are being played by Tsukamoto Takashi (guitarist), Miura Shohei (vocalist) and Chemistry's Kawabata Kaname (drummer). They help Eisuke with his restaurant.
Maria (Ryoko Kuninaka) is Eisuke's older girlfriend who works at a bank. She is shocked to learn that Eisuke has abandoned his music to devote himself to the restaurant, leading her to uncertainty about their relationship because they don't get time for each other. Meanwhile, Chie (Takimoto Miori) is a cheerful 20-year-old college student who come from a farming family. Although she initially had a bad impression of Eisuke, she begins to develop feelings for him after tasting his cooking. It was love which started from her stomach instead of her heart.
Taira named Eisuke Akamine (1 May 1925 - 13 Jan 1999) as his successor and the second President for Ryūkyū Kobudo Hozon Shinko Kai. He was later succeeded by Hiroshi Akamine, the third President.He was later succeeded by Hiroshi Akamine, the third President. Hiroshi Sensei decided to start his own association in 2011 (see below). The present Head of the association is Sensei Yukio Kuniyoshi. He was the chief instructor in the Eisuke Akamine Dojo until the death of Akamine sensei and is practicing at Kochinda Dojo, Okinawa.
On June 29, 2013, the Vigamus, a museum of videogames sponsored by the municipality of Rome, hosted an event dedicated to the history of SNK, tracing back the origins of the company and explaining the evolution of its games. Yamamoto Kei, Kiyoji Tomita and Ogura Eisuke participated at the event and were interviewed; Ogura also drew two original illustrations to exhibit at the museum.
is Shinnosuke's father who was a cop in the Metropolitan Police's First Investigation Division. He discovered Makage's identity as Freeze 12 years earlier and confronted him to find out the truth, being immune to Roidmude 001's memory altering abilities. Eisuke ends up being killed by Nira while the two attempted to arrest a bank robber whom Nira framed for Eisuke's murder.
Eisuke (Osamu Mukai), a former bassist of a rock band who gave up his music dreams to carry on the tradition of his family’s French restaurant. The show will involve a love triangle as Kuninaka and Takimoto play rivals for Eisuke’s heart.
While a film student at Nihon University College of Art, he became a live-in student of Kajiro Yamamoto at the introduction of Ishirō Honda. Upon graduation in 1952 he joined Shochiku's Kyoto studio and worked as an assistant director. He switched to Nikkatsu in 1954, working mainly as chief assistant director to Eisuke Takizawa.