Synonyms for hidemi or Related words with hidemi

mitsue              mihoko              hachiro              eitaro              sotaro              seiichiro              takehiro              ayuko              kenjiro              eisuke              shozo              takamasa              tasuku              masatsugu              takuji              tomonori              katsuji              kunihiro              yohei              masayo              shinpei              teruyuki              tatsuhiko              shigekazu              yoshifumi              kusunose              mieko              ryohei              toshiharu              akinobu              chikako              sachio              hisayoshi              takatoshi              yuichiro              tetsushi              kimio              tomoharu              masaomi              futoshi              makiko              norihisa              shinsaku              shimpei              katsuhisa              hiromasa              katsuko              tomomichi              yasuhide              kazuhide             



Examples of "hidemi"
Hidemi Suzuki (born 1957, Kobe, Japan) is a Japanese cellist.
Hidemi Suzuki is the brother of the harpsichordist, organist, and conductor Masaaki Suzuki.
As early as 1986, a Japanese-language cover version of the song was recorded by pop singer Hidemi Ishikawa.
, originally introduced as a newscaster named , is Eisuke Hondo's sister. Hidemi Hondo served under the Black Organization as a member with the codename . It is ultimately revealed that she is an undercover CIA agent, working as a double agent within the Black Organization, trying to bring them down. The FBI manage to place Hidemi back into the Black Organization so she could continue to spy on them. To prove her loyalty, Hidemi was ordered to kill Shuichi Akai. Though under heavy surveillance, she reports information to Jodie Starling. Her Japanese voice actress is Kotono Mitsuishi.
Seven Nights in Japan is a 1976 drama film directed by Lewis Gilbert. It stars Michael York, Charles Gray, and Hidemi Aoki.
Hidemi (written: 日出海, 秀美 or 英美) is both a masculine and a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
, nicknamed Hurricane Ryu, is a Japanese illustrator, comic book author, writer, director, martial artist and an actor. His real name is Hidemi Miyata, born in Tochigi Prefecture.
The fictional Central Intelligence Agency in the series sent Ethan Hondo and his daughter Hidemi Hondo to investigate the Black Organization. Hidemi adopts the alias Rena Mizunashi and joins the Black Organization to spy from within. Due to circumstances, Ethan is forced to sacrifice his life to save Hidemi's. Years after, Eisuke Hondo searches for Rena Mizunashi to avenge his family only to realize her true identity as his sister.
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is a hard-boiled CIA agent and is Hidemi Hondo and Eisuke Hondo's father. He was originally suspected to be a member of the Black Organization but in actuality was spying on them from the inside. When he and his daughter put a plan in motion to place a new CIA agent within the organization, Ethan noticed that the syndicate had bugged Hidemi's clothes. To protect his daughter, Ethan was forced to injure Hidemi and kill himself - making it look like he had interrogated her and she had killed him. His Japanese voice actor was Rikiya Koyama.
Kaba-chan was also a (male performing) contestant on two editions of Japan's "Dancing with the Stars" entitled , winning its "1 day special" episode with dancing partner Hidemi Yamamoto performing a pasodoble and also winning its second "1 day special" with partner RYOKO performing a salsa.
In April 2012, it was announced that the Senior Vice-President and General Manager of Viz Media Ken Sasaki would be succeeding executive producer Hidemi Fukuhara as President and CEO; Fukuhara will subsequently take up the position of Vice-President at the end of the month.
On TeniMyu Supporters DVD vol. 5 that was released on 28 April 2007, Takigawa appeared along with his first generation Seigaku castmates. He then went on to play the role of Tsukamoto Hidemi on the live-action movie adaptation of the manga series "Mousou Shoujo Otaku Kei" by Konjou Natsumi.
The name 'English School' was first coined by Roy Jones in an article published in the "Review of International Studies" in 1981, entitled "The English school - a case for closure". Some other descriptions - notably that of 'British institutionalists' (Hidemi Suganami) - have been suggested, but are not generally used. Throughout the development of the theory, the name became widely accepted, not least because it was developed almost exclusively at the London School of Economics, Cambridge and Oxford University.
Since 2000, critical realist philosophy has also been increasingly influential in the field of International Relations (IR) theory. Patrick Thaddeus Jackson has called it 'all the rage' in the field. Bob Jessop, Colin Wight, Milja Kurki, Jonathan Joseph and Hidemi Suganami have all published major works on the utility of beginning IR research from a critical realist social ontology - an ontology they all credit Roy Bhaskar with originating.
Kobayashi is transferred to a Hokkaido plant. During a company party, Tsukioka and Hidemi, who came to visit, and Kobayashi are notified that Godzilla destroyed one of the company fishing boats. The military and Tsukioka begin a massive search for Godzilla. Tsukioka spots Godzilla swimming to the shore of a small, icy island. He notifies the cannery, and Kobayashi takes off in his plane to switch shifts with Tsukioka.
Hidemi Kondo, head of Tama Art University Library, stated that the Hachioji Library building acts as a source of inspiration for students and faculty of the university. University libraries in general play a major role in their respective locations, but at an art university, the library must also reflect and inspire creativity. Tama Art University Library is a place of collaboration, contemplation, and relaxation, in addition to being a space that encourages community amongst the university. The space was specially designed with relaxation space in mind, with one end of the library used as an open area for visitors to sit and even sleep.
The next day, the Detective Boys discover Curaçao at Tohto Aquarium. She is suffering from amnesia and her phone is broken as a result of the car crash the day prior. Conan retrieves the broken phone and takes photos of Curaçao, sends the photos to Ran, who, in turn, sends them to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police, then hands the phone to Dr. Agasa so he can recover the data on it. The Detective Boys then decide to stay with Curaçao to help her regain her memory. After noticing Curaçao's perfect aiming skills while playing darts and her swift act of saving Genta from falling from high a place, Haibara and Conan notice that Curaçao is not an ordinary woman, and Haibara herself gets a sense that Curaçao is likely to be another Black Organization agent. Meanwhile, Dr. Agasa attempts to recover the message from Curaçao's broken cell phone, and finds out that Curaçao attempted to send the names of known NOC agents (Stout, Aquavit, Riesling, Bourbon/Rei, and Kir/Hidemi Hondo) to the organization. Stout, Aquavit, Riesling are later killed by members of the Black Organization in London, Toronto and Berlin respectively, and Rei and Hidemi are held hostage in Tokyo. Curaçao also screams out the names of those NOC agent in front of the Detective Boys when the ferris wheel they were riding in reaches the top and the various colors she sees triggers a reaction.
Shiro also defeated Kotaro Enchi (identified as Entaro Kochi in other sources) in a third and last police tournament against Yōshin-ryū in 1888, making it one of Kōdōkan's 13 wins and two draws out of 15 matches. Following this victory, the Governor of Chiba Prefecture Mamoru Funakoshi personally travelled to the Kōdōkan dojo to attend a lecture in judo methods accompanied by the leading men of the Totsuka Yōshin-ryū, among them Hidemi Totsuka and Teisuke Nishimura. After seeing Saigō perform a demonstration of randori, Totsuka increased his praises, stating "the 'genius' word might have been created for someone like Shiro Saigō."
In 1982, he had a big hit with the Akina Nakamori song "Shōjo A". From there, he wrote the lyrics for a series of hit songs sung by Hiroaki Serizawa, and for the J-pop group The Checkers ("Namida no Request"). He has written lyrics for artists including Hidemi Ishikawa, Jun'ichi Inagaki, Daisuke Inoue, Hiromi Iwasaki, Yoshimi Iwasaki, Tomio Umezawa, Yukiko Okada, Yōko Oginome, Carlos Toshiki & Omega Tribe, Naoko Kawai, Yuri Kunizane, Masahiko Kondō, Kiyotaka Sugiyama, Tomomi Nishimura, Yū Hayami, Chiemi Hori, Junko Miyama, and others.