Synonyms for fukuda_福田 or Related words with fukuda_福田

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Examples of "fukuda_福田"
Heihachirō Fukuda (平八郎, Fukuda Heihachirō) (1892-1974) was a Japanese "Nihonga" painter and designer.
Jun Fukuda (純, February 17, 1923 Manchuria - December 3, 2000) was a Japanese film director, writer and producer.
Nobumasa Fukuda (永将, born July 23, 1988 in Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball player for the Chunichi Dragons in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball.
Tokuzō Fukuda ( 徳三 "Fukuda Tokuzō"; born February 12, 1874; died May 8, 1930) was a pioneer of modern Japanese economics.
Kensuke Fukuda ( 健介, born 24 July 1984 in Shizuoka) is a Japanese football player who since 2007 has played defense for V-Varen Nagasaki.
Ryo Fukuda (良 "Fukada Ryō", born June 26, 1979 in Fukuoka, Fukuoka) is a Japanese racecar driver. In the 2005-2006 season he raced in A1 Grand Prix Japan Team.
Masayoshi Fukuda ( 将儀, born April 17, 1992 in Sanmu, Chiba Prefecture) is a Japanese professional baseball outfielder for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball.
Kazumi Fukuda ( 和美 "Fukuda Kazumi") Girl #15; teamed with Shintarô. In some way, the female "Rebel-Leader" of Shikanotoride. Together with her teammate she also gets killed before the game even starts.
Hiroshi Fukuda ( 弘, born May 27, 1942) is a retired Japanese weightlifter who won a silver medal at the 1963 World Championships. Next year he set a world record in the press and finished fourth at the 1964 Olympics.
The Nagoya Anarchists were a group of anarchists in Nagoya, Japan that included Bin Akao(赤尾敏) (1899 -1990) and Susumu Fukuda(進). In 1918 they joined the Rousoukai(老壮会), "The Society for Old Combatants". A group that gravitated towards ultranationalism, they became monarchists but retained a fierce anti-capitalist viewpoint, becoming state socialists and national socialists. They were primarily active amongst students. With Shinkichi Uesugi(上杉慎吉)(1878-1929) and Motoyuki Takabatake(高畠素之) (1886-1928), they formed the Kenkokukai(建国会), "The League of State Construction"(経綸学盟).
Keiji Fukuda ( 敬二, born 1954) is an American physician with expertise in influenza epidemiology. In March 2009, Fukuda was appointed Assistant Director-General for Health, Security and Environment "ad interim" for the World Health Organization (WHO), and he held this position from September 2010 to November 2016. The media have referred to him as the WHO "flu chief" during the 2009 swine flu outbreak. Fukuda came to the WHO in 2005. He first worked as Coordinator of the Global Influenza Program from 2006 to 2008 and was then appointed its Director. Before joining the WHO in 2005, Fukuda was Chief of the Epidemiology Unit, Influenza Branch at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. After retiring from the WHO in 2016, he joined the University of Hong Kong as a Professor.
Another remarkable Shakespeare translator of the time, Tsuneari Fukuda (恆存), was two years Kinoshita's senior and equally as well-known. He also studied English literature at University of Tokyo. Although Kinoshita and Fukuda discussed literature, drama, society and politics, they never agreed with each other's writing, and had very different ideas of how to translate Shakespeare into Japanese. They differed in their political stances. Kinoshita had socialist-leanings, though he was never dogmatic like many socialists in Japan in those days. Fukuda was politically conservative. However, they rarely criticized each other for their political views. Their biggest difference between them was the ideas of how to translate Shakespeare's works. Kinoshita did not agree with translating Shakespeare in a way that emphasized the audience's understand. He felt this translation method robbed the text of its deeper meanings and emotional power. Therefore, “a translation which has, so to speak, clarified the original and produced a more logical and easier version (Like Fukuda’s translation, according to Kinoshita) has failed to reproduce ‘the energy’ of Shakespeare.”