Synonyms for fumie or Related words with fumie


Examples of "fumie"
Fumie also announced that she got married on April 16, 2011, and that her new husband is not an actor.
Fumie (written: 文恵, 文絵, 文枝, 史絵, 章江, 章枝 or ふみえ in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
An internet radio series, entitled , has been streaming on Cospa's internet radio channel Onsen since April 13, 2007. It is hosted by the voice actress of Juliet, Fumie Mizusawa.
The Japanese opening theme song is "Together" by Fumie Akiyoshi. The Japanese ending theme song is by Grin. The English opening theme song is "Diamond and Pearl" by "Breeze" Barczynski.
Fumie Nakajima, an actress, model and member of the 'Shape UP Girls' fitness group, has competed twice. In the 5th competition, she failed the Balance Bridge and in the 7th, she failed the Log Jam.
Fumanekile "Fumie" Gqiba (born in Cape Town, 16 May 1951) is an Anglican Priest, a former Chaplain General of the South African National Defense Force (serving at the rank of Major general), and a former South African Ambassador to Israel.
Yuki (Rina Akiyama) lives with her father Jiro (Yurei Yanagi) and her mother Kayako (Fumie Nakajima) in Tokyo. Their peaceful lives are disturbed when a group of assassins slaughters Kayako and cripples Jiro. Yuki seeks revenge by cladding herself in gothic lolita fashion and killing off the assassins.
Born July 13, 1954 in Honolulu, her mother was Fumie Matsuoka and father was William Bonk, an archeologist who died in 2008. Her father was active in the progressive wing of the Hawaii Democratic Party, until he publicly resigned his position as an adviser to the governor, and then finally his membership in the Hawaii Democratic Party to support his daughter's political career.
The next month, Slutskaya won the 2002 World title in Nagano. Ranked first in both the qualifying round and the short program, followed by Fumie Suguri and Michelle Kwan, in theory Slutskaya could place second to Kwan in the free skating and still win the title but she won a majority of the judges' votes in the segment. It was her first World title.
After retiring from competition, Pashkevich performed in ice shows for two years. He then worked as a coach in the United States and Russia. He worked with Angela Nikodinov, Fumie Suguri, Polina Shelepen, Yulia Lipnitskaya, Evgenia Medvedeva, and Daniel Samohin. In 2016, he was a member of the coaching staff at Palm Beach Ice Works. He also worked as an ISU technical specialist.
The Japanese opening songs are "Together" and "Together2008" by Fumie Akiyoshi, and "High Touch!" by Rica Matsumoto and Megumi Toyoguchi. The ending songs are "By Your Side ~Hikari's Theme~" by Grin, "Message of the Wind" by Mai Mizuhashi, and "Surely Tomorrow" by Kanako Yoshii. The English opening song is "We Will Be Heroes" by Kirsten Price.
The anime adaptation of the manga is written by Kiyoko Yoshimura and animated by Production I.G with original character designs provided by Aiji Yamakawa. voice actor Fumie Mizusawa and Toshiyuki Toyonaga voices the main characters, Smudger Moore and Huntley Hunter respectively and Japanese singer, Maaya Sakamoto voicing Carol Hunter.
The TV show Gilgamesh Night begins airing on TV Tokyo, and many former AV actresses appear as regulars: Ai Iijima, Reiko Hayama, Asami Jō, Miku Kawakami, Rina Kitahara and Youko Yazawa. A number of nude models and mainstream actresses also appeared: Kei Mizutani, Fumie Hosokawa and Tamao Satō.
The "Nightshade" soundtrack is based upon the Japanese techno of the previous iteration, "Shinobi". All tracks were produced by Fumie Kumatani, Tomonori Sawada, Keiichi Sugiyama, Yutaka Minobe, Teruhiko Nakagawa, and Masaru Setsumaru of Sega Digital Studio. "Nightshade" did not see an official soundtrack release until July 2014, where it was released digitally on Amazon Music and iTunes.
The Japanese opening song is "The Greatest - Everyday!" by Fumie Akiyoshi. The ending songs are "Which One ~ Is It?" by MooMoo Milk and Araki-san, and "In Your Heart, LaLaLa" by MADOKA. The English opening song is "We Will Carry On!" by Adam Elk.
The Japanese opening songs are "Best Wishes!" and "Be an Arrow!" by Rica Matsumoto. The ending songs are "Can You Name All the Pokemon? BW" by Takeshi Tsuruno, "Seven-colored Arch" by Aki Okui, Toshiko Ezaki, and Fumie Akiyoshi, and "Look Look*Here" by Momoiro Clover Z. The English opening song is "Rival Destinies" by Alex Nackman and Kathryn Raio.
The CD features all the background music and songs from the movie. It was composed by Takayuki Hattori (primarily), Akira Odakura, Shō Goshima and Hidetoshi Satō, arranged by Hattori and Goshima, and directed by Katsuyoshi Kobayashi. The vocal tracks with the lyrics written by Fumie Nazakawa and Satomi Arimori were performed by Megumi Hayashibara and Maria Kawamura.
Japan also sent a very strong ladies contingent to Turin with 2004 world champion Shizuka Arakawa, two-time world bronze medalist Fumie Suguri and two-time Japanese national champion Miki Ando. Other potential medal contenders included Russia's Elena Sokolova, who won world silver in 2003; two-time Canadian champion Joannie Rochette; 2005 world bronze medalist Carolina Kostner; 2005 European silver medalist Susanna Pöykiö; five-time Swiss champion Sarah Meier; 2005 European bronze medalist Elena Liashenko; and 2004 European champion Júlia Sebestyén.
At the 2005–06 Japan Championships, Asada placed third in both programs and won the silver medal behind Fumie Suguri. She was not age-eligible for the Olympics. At the 2006 World Junior Championships, Asada finished 24.19 points behind gold medalist Kim, and 18.21 points ahead of bronze medalist Christine Zukowski. At this competition, Asada became the first lady to land a triple axel in the short program at an ISU championship.
The exhibits include examples of "fumie" or treading images. Every year from 1629 to 1857, Nagasaki residents were forced to go through a ritual of stepping on bronze images of Christ or Mary to prove they were not Christians. Also to be seen are statues of the Virgin Mary in the guise of Buddhist deities such as Miroku and Kwannon Bodhisattva to which the hidden Christians prayed.