Synonyms for futoshi or Related words with futoshi

takehiro              shinpei              hisayoshi              yohei              yoshifumi              hachiro              hirotaka              hidekazu              akinobu              takamasa              katsutoshi              ryohei              hiroto              hidemi              takahisa              kazuhisa              katsuji              masahide              ippei              ryota              masayo              katsuhiko              sachio              mitsuhiro              kenjiro              katsuhisa              masatsugu              katsuya              eisuke              masafumi              hidehiko              rieko              shigeki              kimio              tatsuro              hiroya              takuji              motoaki              tomohiko              shozo              toshiya              seiichiro              toshiyuki              takafumi              masahiko              kohei              katsuo              keizo              shigeaki              hirohisa             



Examples of "futoshi"
Futoshi (written: 太) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
He wrote a book about serial killer Futoshi Matsunaga and his common-law wife Junko Ogata because their relationships seemed to be domestic violence.
Serial TV Drama (stylized as serial TV drama) (シリアル・ティーヴィー・ドラマ)is a Japanese band that was formed in 2004, managed by Sony Music Records Inc. and under Steezlab Music. The group consists of five members Hiroki Arai (新井 弘毅 Arai Hiroki), Shotaro Okada (岡田 翔太朗 Okada Shōtarō), Satoshi Tokizaki (鴇崎 智史 Tokizaki Satoshi), Goh Inamasu (稲増 五生 Inamasu Goh), and Futoshi Kondo (近藤 太 Kondō Futoshi).
The band announced that they would break up on October 11, 2003, after their "Last Heaven" tour of Japan. On July 22, 2009, the guitarist Futoshi Abe died of an acute hematoma.
As a foal, the colt was put up for auctoion at the JRHA Select Sale and was sold for ¥136,500,000. He entered the ownership of Ken Nishikawa and was sent into training with Futoshi Kojima. He was ridden in most of his races by Masayoshi Ebina.
When the series was internationalized and localized to fit the western market several changes occurred. These include changing the title of the game ("Like a Dragon" 龍が如く, "ryū ga gotoku" became "Yakuza") and the names of several characters (Shintaro Kazama is Shintaro Fuma, Akira Nishikiyama is Akira Nishiki, Futoshi Shimano is Futo Shimano, Sai no Hanaya is Kage).
On January 14, 1976, Saki was awarded the Naoki Prize for the novel "Vengeance Is Mine" based on Japanese serial killer Akira Nishiguchi. The novel became the basis of Shohei Imamura's film "Vengeance Is Mine". He also wrote the books about Norio Nagayama, Tsutomu Miyazaki, Fusako Sano and Futoshi Matsunaga.
Toyoda was known as a good hitter, and especially renowned for his postseason performances. He led the Pacific League in batting average in 1956, spoiling a Triple Crown attempt by teammate Futoshi Nakanishi. He batted a career .362 in the Japan Series. He died in Kawasaki at the age of 81 on August 14, 2016.
The original light novel is written by Kōji Ōji, with illustrations by Futoshi Nishiya. Ōji entered it into the second Kyoto Animation Award contest in 2011, and it won an honorable mention in the novel category. It was published by Kyoto Animation on July 8, 2013. A second volume was published on July 2, 2014, and the story takes place when Haruka and Makoto are in junior high school.
In 2006 Craze ended activities, Seiichi would join Nakada Band, who later changed their name to The Heavenly Curve, with former members of Deep and By-Sexual's Nao. 2007 brought the revival of D'erlanger, and Tetsu rejoined accordingly. Also in 2007, Seiichi formed Vez with Yana (Zeppet Store), Asaki (Age of Punk, Bug, ex-Guniw Tools) and Futoshi Takagi (Bad Six Babies, ex-Hate Honey). He formed Johnny Loves Brautigan in 2010.
Kokkai Futoshi (born March 10, 1981 as Levan Tsaguria, ) is a former professional sumo wrestler from Georgia. He began his career in May 2001. He is the first Caucasian "rikishi" to reach sumo's highest division, "makuuchi," which he achieved in 2004. His highest rank was "komusubi," which he reached in 2006. He earned two special prizes for Fighting Spirit and two gold stars for defeating "yokozuna". He wrestled for Oitekaze stable.
Sixty-eight city officials, about one-third of the city's municipal employees, were killed. The town's mayor, Futoshi Toba, was at his post at the city hall and survived, but his wife was killed at their seaside home. The wave severely damaged the artifact and botanical collection at the city's museum and killed the staff of six people. The final death toll was 1656 killed and 223 missing and presumed dead. Portions of the city subsided by over a meter.
Electrical torture has been used in war and by repressive regimes since the 1930s: The U.S. Army is known to have used electrical torture during World War II and during the Algerian War electrical torture was a favorite method of French military forces; Amnesty International published an official statement that Russian military forces in Chechnya tortured local women with electric shocks by attaching wires onto their breasts; Japanese serial killer Futoshi Matsunaga used electric shocks to control his victims.
The final chapter of the manga, published in the 51st issue of "Weekly Shōnen Magazine" in 2014, announced that an anime project for the series was in its planning stages. The seventh volume of the manga revealed that the project would be a theatrical film. It was later revealed in early October 2015 that Kyoto Animation would be producing an anime film based on the series, directed by Naoko Yamada and distributed by Shochiku. It was announced on the adaptation's official website that Reiko Yoshida is writing the film's scripts, Futoshi Nishiya is designing the characters and the film is scheduled for release in Japan on September 17, 2016.
In his search for Yumi, Kazuma finds an orphan named Haruka who is searching for her mother, and has an aunt named Yumi. Haruka is also sought by the mafia, who believe that her pendant is the key to the missing ten billion yen. On the way, Kazuma encounters several enemies, including Futoshi Shimano, who is seeking the position of chairman and the lost money; Goro Majima, Shimano's lieutenant; and Nishiki, who has become corrupted. They are also allied with Terada from the Omi Family and Chinese mafia Snake Flower Triad - all in search of the money.
On November 19, 1973, meatpacking company Nippon Ham purchased the team. The club's name changed to the Nippon-Ham Fighters, its official name became the Nippon-Ham Baseball Corporation, Osamu Mihara became the team president and Futoshi Nakanishi its manager. After twenty seven years, the "Flyers" nickname was abandoned. The "Fighters" nickname was born from a public appeal by the team's management. A female high school student from Okayama prefecture submitted the winning name, giving the reasoning that "(former Fighters player) Katsuo Osugi has guts, so he's a fighter." Ironically, Osugi would be traded to the Yakult Swallows soon after the Fighters were rechristened.
An Internet radio show titled , produced by Frontier Works organized by Hirotaka Tahara and directed by Futoshi Satō, began airing on August 28, 2007 on Animate TV. The show is co-hosted by Hiroshi Kamiya and Ryōko Shintani who played Nozomu Itoshiki and Nami Hitō respectively in the anime. Each episode started with a mini drama between Nozomu and Nami then followed by corners replying mails from listeners in several theme related to the series. The show is often referred as "SZBH" because of the in-show call sign. As of the 180th episode, the show has received over 153,000 mails.
Honyaki makers (some direct blacksmiths, most resale companies) accessible outside of Japan include Master Futoshi Nagao (Owner of Hiromoto company - Seki City), Masamoto Tsukiji, Masamoto Sohonten, Akifusa, Monzaburo, Shiraki (a smith who makes them for Tesshu, Shiro, Hide, Minamoto Izumimasa brands), Genkai (a smith who makes them under his brand Fudo Kuniyuki, and some others like Yoshihiro), Ino/Ittetsu, Mizuno Tanrenjo, Watanabe, Konosuke, Sukenari, Kikuichimonji, Ittotsai, Singatirin, Nenohi, Yasha Yukawa, Kiyoshi Kato, Yoshikazu Ikeda, Tatsuo Ikeda, Kenji Togashi, and Tagaki. As Sakai is the kitchen knife capital of Japan, many honyaki come from there.
is the only female on the team. At age 18 she dreams of becoming a popstar and works under the stage name Nana. She has a semi-crazed manager Futoshi Hase who books her for everything but when emergencies occur Nanami has to take off. While she appears to be cute, the others try to stay on her good side since an incident where she befriended Furabiijo who took advantage of her. It is later shown she has developed feelings for Isshuu Kasumi and he reciprocates.
Sakamoto also started all 144 games, becoming just the third player (and first in the Central League) to start every game of the season in one's second year out of high school (along with Futoshi Nakanishi and Kiyohara). Perhaps even more impressive was that if one were to include pre-season, All-Star, Climax Series (playoffs) and Japan Series games, Sakamoto played a grand total of 172 total games that year. Although the Central League Most Valuable Rookie award was presented to teammate and left-handed reliever Tetsuya Yamaguchi, who went 11-2 with a 2.32 ERA in 67 appearances, Sakamoto received a special award for his efforts. The Giants also rewarded him by giving him the uniform number 6.