Synonyms for eriko or Related words with eriko

kanako              mayumi              yukari              chisato              kumiko              hiromi              takako              saori              sayuri              kazumi              sayaka              chiharu              etsuko              kaori              junko              chihiro              yukiko              ayano              mayuko              atsuko              tomoko              manami              ayaka              mariko              miho              tomomi              fumie              kayoko              akemi              chiaki              satomi              emiko              michiyo              megumi              shinobu              harumi              hiroko              chinami              yumiko              machiko              mikako              satoko              miwako              ayako              kotomi              kohei              narumi              noriko              yasuko              minako             

Examples of "eriko"
In 2010, Eriko was a host in the sign language education programme "NHK Minna No Showa". (Eriko has a son who is Deaf.) Eriko also made a live announcement via USTREAM on September 22, 10.10 p.m. to announce her upcoming solo live: 'Imai Eriko live 2010 ~Your selection~' which is currently planned for November. In this concert, Eriko will perform the top 10 favourite songs from her solo careers as Eriko with Crunch, Imai Eriko and elly. Fans will get to choose the top 10 songs via a poll on her website. Follow-up announcements will be made live on USTREAM on October 1 and October 10 at 10.10p.m. respectively. She also revealed a new song, temporarily titled "Cowgirl", on her last Ustream announcement. The official title will be decided once fans gave their ideas through the inquiry forms given out during her lives in November. The song was officially called "Cow☆G" during her last appearance on Ustream.
In the United States, Eriko has appeared in the NBC"Heroes" as Princess Yaeko, a love interest of Hiro Nakamura and Takeso Kensei. In 2009, Eriko also played a leading role, Mai, the villainess in the 20th Century Fox feature "Dragonball Evolution". Also in 2009, Eriko played Sock's stepsister in season 2 of "Reaper".
Voiced by: Eriko Kawasaki (Sasha), Fuyuka Ooura (Carla)
Eriko Isobe (born ) is a retired Japanese female volleyball player.
In May 2013 Eriko announced her marriage to Tacica's Shoichi Igari, and that she was six months pregnant. Eriko gave birth to her son on 17 October 2013, her 30th birthday.
The anime series entitled: "Idol Densetsu Eriko" "(Legendary Idol Eriko)" was created as a result of her popularity. The show has been translated into six languages and syndicated world-wide, airing in such countries as France, Italy, India and Spain.
The 21st (1974) - (The fox came back) - (author : Eriko Kishida / illustrator : Chiyoko Nakatani ) published by Kodansha
Eriko Mukoyama, known as Anyango, is the world's first female nyatiti player.
Oei lives in New York City with his wife, the violinist Eriko Sato.
Tean Leader: Osamu KotakiHead coach: Kyoko TsukamotoAssistant coach: Akiko NagahamaTeam Staff: Eriko YokosePhysiotherapist: Kayoko Hashimoto
Team N: Ririka Sutou, Natsuko Akashi, Eriko Jo, Rina Yamao
As the games begins, the players are introduced to horror-aficionado Eriko Christy, whom is delivering a speech detailing the struggles she faced as a child, being the daughter of a horror theme park designer. In this speech, she reveals that her father would delight in "testing" out all of his new horror props and gimmicks on her; Eriko's mother filed for divorce, and took the then six year old Eriko with her, estranging the relationship between Eriko and her father.
Tamura grew up in Düsseldorf, Germany and lived there for six years with her family from the age of 8 to the age of 13. Eriko (who speaks fluent English, German, and Japanese) has starred in over 20 films and television series in Japan. Eriko is a recording artist. She has released 10 original albums and 18 singles with record label EMI. Eriko has toured all over Japan, giving concert performances in such venues as the prestigious "Nippon Budokan".
Eriko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
Voiced by: Eriko Hara (credited as Eri Kouno) (Japanese), Jillian Michaels (English)
Eriko Aoki stated that there is no area obviously identified as a Burakumin area in Hirakata.
In 2006, Takagaki starred in the net movie "10minute Diary" directed by Eriko Kitagawa.
In 2011, a documentary was broadcast on NHK on 3 May 2011 documenting her life with her son over the past six years. It was broadcast as an Ear Day Special program. The show was entitled "Nankurunaisaa ~Imai Eriko ga Musuko to Arunda 6 Nen". Eriko also released a new song, "Nankurunaisaa", as a digital and iTunes download on 6 April 2011. Eriko released her third book, entitled "Oyako Gejiko", on 8 April 2011. Eriko will continue to be a host for NHK's "Minna no Shuwa", starting on 3 April 2011.
The same “media mix” approach was seen in "Idol Densetsu Eriko" (1989) and "Idol Tenshi Youkoso Yōko" (1990).
Between February and March 2004, Eriko performed in the musical "Star Tanjō" with Hitomi Shimatani and Yukie Nakama. During May 2004, Eriko posted a short message on her official website to officially announce on her marriage to 175R vocalist Shogo. The message talked briefly about the marriage, and she apologised due to its sudden nature. She also mentioned a new life which would be with us on Earth in the upcoming October. Lastly in the message, Eriko asked for guidance on her change from single to a wife and a soon-to-be mother. On 9 June 2004, she and Shogo were married in a shotgun wedding. She also registered her name as Eriko Kinoshita upon the change. Their son, Raimu Kinoshita, was born on 18 October 2004 weighing 3492g. On 25 November 2004, Eriko released her first singles collection, "", to mark her new life journey as a mother and wife.