Synonyms for gakuto or Related words with gakuto
Examples of "gakuto"
(written: 岳人, 岳登, 岳斗 or 学人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
"Strike the Blood" began as a light novel series written by
Mikumo and illustrated by Manyako. ASCII Media Works has published 16 volumes as of December 10, 2016.
In the novel and manga "Missing / Spirited Away" by
Coda, the main character Utsume Kyoichi goes missing for a second time, in the company of his new spirit girlfriend Ayame.
Midfielders—OHSHIMA Ryota (Kawasaki Frontale), TANABE Ryota (Nagoya Grampus), SAKAKI Shota (Consadole Sapporo), HASHIMOTO Kento (Roasso Kumamoto), IZUMI Ryuji (Meiji University), YAJIMA Shinya (Urawa Reds), HASEGAWA Tatsuya (Juntendo University), NOTSUDA
(Sanfrecce Hiroshima), KIDA Takuya (Yokohama F. Marinos), AKINO Hiroki (Kashiwa Reysol)
is a crocodile on Plum Section and one of Shouko's lackeys. He has personality swings, which makes him go from his bad boy side to his girlish behavior after Charlotte defeated him. He also has a huge crush on Ruby and loves to eat her whole.
, also known in short form as , is a Japanese light novel series by
Mikumo with illustrations by Manyako. A manga adaptation began serialization in June 2012 in ASCII Media Works's "Dengeki Daioh". A 24-episode television anime adaptation by Silver Link and Connect aired between October 4, 2013 and March 28, 2014 in Japan.
The 2014 Japanese Super Cup has been held on 22 February 2015 between the 2013 J. League champions Sanfrecce Hiroshima and the 2013 Emperor's Cup winners Yokohama F. Marinos. Sanfrecce Hiroshima won the match 2-0 after a
Notsuda and Takuma Asano goal.
was a leader of a Shokujinki gang and was Yuka's on/and off again lover. He's seen in the first episode, fighting with her over the relationship with Toshihiko. He strongly believed she'd end up like Harumi and that he could only love her. Much to his anger, Yuka still rejected him. Her Shokujinki nature was found out at the funeral of Jūzō. When it appeared the other Kifūken members were ready to kill her,
came to her aid and fought off the members. This gave her and Toshihiko enough time to escape together. Though it is never stated, it is possible he hired Himeko try to find information in episode 5. He would reappear at the end of episode 7 and took Toshihiko hostage. In episode 8, he and his gang put him under psychological torture to get answers from him about the Kifūken. There he reveals that lately many Kifūken had been killing his kind, even children that had never ate human flesh. He's also suspicious about what they've been doing to the Shokujinki's arms since the new appearance of a "drug" that he accuses the Kifūken of making. Yuka allows Toshihiko's capture, most likely still feeling hurt by Toshihiko's tryst with Rie.
wastes no time, trying to win her back and reveals he knows about her pregnancy. He then tries to inquire about who the father is, but she never says. She firmly believes Toshihiko's the father. When the Kifūken attacks their hideout, Gakuto's group is able to get the upper hand on them. He then tells his group to retreat, and stays behind to by them and Yuka and Toshihiko time to escape. Before leaving, he tells Toshihiko of her pregnancy and inquires if he has a guess to the paternity. But the pair leave before he can answer Gatuko. Gatuko is last seen trying to fight against Ōba, he most likely died at his hands. Yuka reveals in episode 9, that
looked after her when she had no one left and it developed into a relationship. She states though that the relationship deteriorated when she felt that he was too bossy and he was trying to control her. It is revealed in episode 11, that Ōba did kill him and ultimately cut off his arms and gave them to Rie for the Kemonozume. Yuka is ultimately broken by the news of his death.
Missing is a series of Japanese light novels by
Coda, published by MediaWorks under their "Dengeki Bunko" label. The first novel in the series was adapted into a manga, which is being released in English by Tokyopop since August 2007, along with the novels since November 2007. "Missing" is a modern fantasy and horror series involving five high school students dealing with a series of supernatural events. It is based heavily on research into actual folklore, magic, and human psychology.
Atobe Keigo then arrives at the scene by helicopter to rescue the Seigaku regulars and witnesses Sakurafubuki being arrested. In an earlier phone conversation he had with Oshitari Yuushi, who also appeared along
Mukahi, the two conversed about how Seigaku had been invited aboard a free cruise. Atobe remarked how he knew all luxury cruise line owners, but never heard of Sakurafubuki, and thus suspected that Seigaku had been caught up in a scam.
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, officially abbreviated MPO, is an action-adventure stealth video game directed by Masahiro Yamamoto and written by
Mikumo, with series creator Hideo Kojima acting as a producer. "Portable Ops" was developed by Kojima Productions and published by Konami in 2006 for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Plus (officially abbreviated "MPO+"), the game's stand-alone expansion focused primarily on online play, was released for the PSP in 2007 in Japan and in 2008 in other regions. In June 2016, both games were made compatible with the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV as downloadable titles via the PlayStation Store.
In manga, "
Retsuden" by Motoka Murakami (shōnen), "Yōkihi-den" by Suzue Miuchi (shōjo) and "Karyūdo no Seiza" by Machiko Satonaka (general) were the winners of the Kodansha Manga Award. The winners of the Shogakukan Manga Award were "Tsuribaka Nisshi" by Jūzō Yamasaki and Ken'ichi Kitami (general), "Miyuki" and "Touch" by Mitsuru Adachi (shōnen or shōjo) and "Game Center Arashi" and "Kon'nichiwa! Mi-com" by Mitsuru Sugaya (children). "Gin no Sankaku" by Moto Hagio won the Seiun Award for Best Comic of the Year. For a list manga released in 1982 see .
Special notes: Featuring members of Fudomine, St. Rudolph, Yamabuki Chuu, Hyotei Gakuen, Rokkaku Chuu and Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku as special guests. Performances in Osaka featured all members of Seigaku, Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku and Rokkaku Chuu and had guest starring Yamabuki Chuu's Kiyosumi Sengoku and Kentarou Minami, as well as Hyotei Gakuen's
Mukahi and Wakashi Hiyoshi. Initially, Kenta Kamakari, who plays Hyotei's Ryoh Shishido, was set to appear in Osaka, but as Kamakari was hospitalized and pulled out of the musical, Ryunosuke Kawaai as Hiyoshi stepped in.
The same year of the foundation of Dynamic Pro, Ken Ishikawa joined the company. He would become Nagai's second assistant after Mitsuru Hiruta, who had been working with Nagai since the beginnings of "Harenchi Gakuen". He would become one of Nagai's regular partners and his best friend. Ken Ishikawa participated as assistant in "Harenchi Gakuen", "Abashiri Ikka" and "Gakuen Taikutsu Otoko", particularly in the last one. In parallel with those activities as assistant, he co-produces with Go Nagai what would be in fact his professional debut in manga, "Gakuen Bangaichi" (1969-09-08 ~ 1970-09-22), and also his second manga, "Sasurai
" (1970-01 ~ 1970-05). He temporarily quit Dynamic Productions in 1970. This prompted Nagai to end "Gakuen Taikutsu Otoko" and the story of this series would be left inconclusive.
After graduating, Ogawa departed as a "
" (student-soldier, a college student who became a soldier or officer during his academic years) and received his training as a 14th graduate of aviation reserve student training. Special flight officer probationary cadets (the graduates from college) tended to have more liberal ideas, not having been educated in military schools, and also were more aware of the world outside Japan. Although some officers were kind to student soldiers during training, many acted harshly toward them; once on the base, many reserve students were subjected to harsh corporal punishment on a daily basis, as any minor action that irritated a superior could be a cause for severe corporal punishment.
Shiki has a duel with her father, using real katanas, but loses. Her servant, Akitaka, remarks that Shiki is the real successor of the family, over her male brother, an unusual move as the male is the successor in traditional Japanese families. This is because only Shiki inherited the special multiple personality of the Ryogi family who in her case, is male and Shiki wraps herself in bandages to hide her femininity. During lunch break, Mikiya's friend from the judo club,
, quizzes him about the rumor that he is going out with Shiki. He admits that he does like her, but they are only friends. Later on, Mikiya finds a letter in his desk from Shiki asking him out on a date. Shiki shows up, but talks and behaves in a boyish manner, leaving Mikiya confused. Over a meal, SHIKI, the male personality, writes out two different spellings, Shiki (式) and SHIKI (織), and explains that he is the rebellious impulse of Shiki, but lately they have been out of sync, whatever Shiki likes, SHIKI does not, and vice versa.
Ryota Tanabe, Yuji Takahashi, Kazuki Mine, Yusuke Goto, Shuto Kono, Kazuki Sato, Naoya Fuji, Satoru Kashiwase, Andrew Kumagai, Takaaki Kinoshita, Ken Tajiri, Takaya Osanai, Sho Sato, Shohei Yokoyama, Riki Harakawa, Keita Fujimura, Yukitoshi Ito, Takaharu Nishino, Shinya Yajima, Ryota Suzuki, Musashi Suzuki, Ryuta Miyauchi, Haruya Ide, Shuhei Kawata, Sho Kagami, Tsubasa Suzuki, Ryosuke Maeda, Ayumi Niekawa, Daiki Kogure, Shogo Nakahara, Yuto Nagasaka, Naoki Kawaguchi, Yu Kimura,
Notsuda, Ryo Matsumura, Tatsuya Wada, Shuto Hira, Kazuki Kozuka, Hideyuki Nozawa, Takuya Kida, Yuta Toyokawa, Tsubasa Nihei, Hideki Ishige, Taishin Morikawa, Hiroki Akino, Yusuke Kobayashi, Naomichi Ueda, Tomoki Wada, Hiroto Nakagawa, Kengo Nagai, Kyohei Yoshino, Takuma Asano, Genki Yamada, Reo Mochizuki, Kenichi Tanimura, Shunta Awaka, Nikki Havenaar, Kosuke Nakamura, Genta Miura, Toru Takagiwa, Yuto Mori, Tomoya Koyamatsu, Yuto Uchida, Shota Kaneko, Masatoshi Ishida, Yuki Uchiyama, Keisuke Oyama, Ryosuke Tamura, Haruki Umemura, Tsuyoshi Miyaichi, Keita Ishii, Go Iwase, Naoki Ogawa, Koya Yuruki, Hiroyuki Mae, Yosei Otsu, Daiki Yagishita, Fumitaka Kitatani, Shinnosuke Hatanaka, Hayao Kawabe, Yuto Koizumi, Naoki Otani, Eiji Shirai, Shuhei Kamimura, Shota Fukuoka, Ado Onaiwu, Yuya Mitsunaga, Taro Sugimoto, Tasuku Hiraoka, Soya Takahashi, Ryota Aoki, Yohei Takaoka, Goson Sakai, Kazuya Miyahara, Shinnosuke Nakatani, Kenshin Yoshimaru, Yosuke Ideguchi, Koki Sugimori
Hachimitsu Academy, one of the strictest girls academies in Tokyo, has decided to admit boys into their system. Kiyoshi Fujino is one of these new boys, but he discovers to his shock that he and his four friends—Takehito "
" Morokuzu, Shingo Wakamoto, Jouji "Joe" Nezu, and Reiji "Andre" Andou—are the only male students among 1,000 girls. The draconian laws that are still in place make the school even worse, which punishes even the most minor infractions with a stay in the school's prison. The five boys all commit to voyeurism in the school's bathing area with the perverted philosophy of "all for one, one for all". Their capture and "arrest" by the Underground Student Council causes the five boys to receive an ultimatum: either stay a month in the school's Prison Block or be expelled. The boys are incarcerated in the Prison Block together and Kiyoshi is overwhelmed by the discovery that all the other boys are masochists that revel in the punishments handed to them by their attractive but vicious supervisors.
Ryota Oshima, Masatoshi Kushibiki, Ken Matsubara, Ryota Tanabe, Kazuki Mine, Ryosuke Yamanaka, Shuto Kono, Taisuke Mizuno, Kazuki Sato, Takumi Kiyomoto, Takaaki Kinoshita, Ken Tajiri, Takaya Osanai, Daichi Sugimoto, Sho Sato, Shota Sakaki, Kento Hashimoto, Keita Fujimura, Yukitoshi Ito, Takaharu Nishino, Takayuki Mae, Tatsuki Nara, Musashi Suzuki, Sho Kagami, Ryosuke Maeda, Ayumi Niekawa, Daiki Kogure, Shogo Nakahara, Yuto Nagasaka, Naoki Kawaguchi,
Notsuda, Takuya Iwanami, Tatsuya Wada, Daichi Akiyama, Hideyuki Nozawa, Takuya Kida, Shoya Nakajima, Yuta Toyokawa, Hideki Ishige, Hiroki Akino, Naomichi Ueda, Hiroto Nakagawa, Takuma Asano, Naoki Maeda, Junki Endo, Genki Yamada, Reo Mochizuki, Genta Miura, Toru Takagiwa, Kei Koizumi, Yuto Mori, Shota Kaneko, Masatoshi Ishida, Keisuke Oyama, Ryosuke Tamura, Tsuyoshi Miyaichi, Keita Ishii, Yosuke Tashiro, Koya Yuruki, Hiroyuki Mae, Yosei Otsu, Daiki Yagishita, Fumitaka Kitatani, Shinnosuke Hatanaka, Naoki Otani, Eiji Shirai, Tasuku Hiraoka, Soya Takahashi, Yohei Takaoka, Goson Sakai, Kazuya Miyahara, Shinnosuke Nakatani, Kenshin Yoshimaru, Ryuolivier Iwamoto, Masaya Okugawa, Takuma Mizutani, Yuma Suzuki, Takaya Inui, Natsuki Mugikura, Koki Oshima, Ryosuke Shindo, Taiga Maekawa, Kota Miyamoto, Ryoma Ishida, Masaki Sakamoto, So Hirao, Kazuma Takayama, Koya Kitagawa, Yuki Onishi, Daichi Kamada, Yosuke Ideguchi, Rikiya Uehara, Ko Matsubara, Masato Kojima, Kensei Nakashima, Rikiya Motegi, Shunsuke Motegi, Takuma Nishimura, Ryoya Ogawa, Hisashi Ohashi, Shota Saito, Daisuke Sakai, Ko Itakura, Itsuki Urata, Yuta Nakayama, Koji Miyoshi, Koki Sugimori, Takahiro Kunimoto
"MPO" is notably the first "Metal Gear" game for a portable platform that was written to be part of the series' main continuity. However, the game was not directed nor written by Hideo Kojima (who at the time was leading the development of "" on PlayStation 3), but by a separate team led by Masahiro Yamamoto and written by Japanese language novelist
Mikumo. The marketing for "MPO" attempted to distance the game from prior "Metal Gear" entries on portable platforms, particularly the 2D action game "" for the Game Boy Color and the turn-based "Metal Gear Acid" series also on PSP (both which were set in their own alternate continuity), with one promotional video on the official English website (narrated by Ryan Payton, Kojima Productions' international coordinator at the time) referring to "MPO" as "a true action-based chapter in the "Metal Gear Saga"." This would carry over with the promotion of the series' 20th Anniversary campaign, in which "MPO" was packaged alongside the three mainline "MGS" games at the time as part of a box set released in Japan, and later on with the release of "MGS4", in which the "Metal Gear Solid 4: Database" (a downloadable encyclopedia for the PS3 covering the lore of the "Metal Gear" series up to that point) include entries for characters, items and events depicted in "MPO".
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