Synonyms for hidetaka or Related words with hidetaka

sotaro              mieko              tomonori              katsuhisa              katsuhito              shozo              katsutoshi              eisuke              masanao              seiichiro              shinichiro              hiromichi              yoriko              takehiro              kazutaka              kyoji              takahisa              hisayoshi              shinpei              yoshiro              masamichi              kentarou              toshitsugu              mitsutoshi              yasufumi              mitsugu              tatsuji              hiromasa              takaharu              ryunosuke              masaomi              rieko              tasuku              takuji              kuniko              michiyo              masatsugu              shunji              sachio              yousuke              toshiharu              takayoshi              shigeyoshi              hisae              naohito              atsuhiro              hidenobu              hisayuki              katsuo              mihoko             



Examples of "hidetaka"
"Dark Souls" was developed by FromSoftware, with series creator Hidetaka Miyazaki leading the project's development.
Hidetaka Kawagoe (川越 英隆, born April 8, 1973 in Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan) is a former Nippon Professional Baseball pitcher.
Tenjin Hidetaka has also worked as an animation artist in several sci-fi anime productions like "Macross Zero", "Sousei no Aquarion", "Gundam Evolve", "Macross Frontier" and "Macross Delta".
Hidetaka Kanazono (金園 英学, born 1 September 1988) is a Japanese association footballer who is currently contracted to J. League Division 1 club Vegalta Sendai. He plays as a Striker.
For 20 years Wlodzimierz Kwiecinski has been a student of the late Sensei Hidetaka Nishiyama – founder and first Chairman of the International Traditional Karate Federation ITKF, co-founder of the Japan Karate Association (JKA).
Japanese developer Hideo Kojima ("Metal Gear" series) is considered to be the first auteur of video games. Other auters include Tetsuya Nomura ("Final Fantasy" series), Fumito Ueda ("Ico", "Shadow of the Colossus", "The Last Guardian"), and Hidetaka Miyazaki ("Souls" series).
Nobunaga was the eldest legitimate son of Nobuhide, a minor warlord from Owari Province, and Tsuchida Gozen, who was also the mother to three of his brothers (Nobuyuki, Nobukane, and Hidetaka) and two of his sisters (Oinu and Oichi).
Hidetaka (written: 秀孝, 秀貴, 秀隆, 英孝, 英貴, 英峻, 英学, or 英高) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
James Yabe is a Japanese-American martial arts instructor, and author. One of the oldest students of Hidetaka Nishiyama starting in 1961, Yabe is considered one of the great instructors of Japanese traditional Shotokan Karate.
Hidetaka Tenjin was born in Nishinomiya, Kobe City, on October 13, 1973. After graduating from the Shibaura institute of Technology's Department of System Engineering, majoring in mechanical control systems, he became a freelance illustrator.
On June 11, 2005, Second event "D.O.G. 2" held. Yushin Okami defeated Nick Thompson by Thompson's Elbow Injury at 29 seconds of the 1st round. Hidetaka Monma defeated Dave Strasser by KO of the 1st round.
Hidetaka Yoshioka was nominated for Best Supporting Actor and Kumiko Goto for Best Supporting Actress at the Japan Academy Prize for their roles in "Tora-san Takes a Vacation", and the previous entry in the series, "Tora-san, My Uncle" (1989). The German-language site molodezhnaja gives "Tora-san Takes a Vacation" two and a half out of five stars.
The OVA was released in 2002 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the "Macross" franchise in Japan. New mechanical designs inspired by those of the first "Macross" series were developed by Shoji Kawamori and Junya Ishikagi, while mecha and sci-fi illustrator Hidetaka Tenjin worked as an animation artist for the CGI mecha action sequences.
After training in Japan in the early 1970s, he continued his training under the Master Teruyuki Okazaki, 10th Dan for 40 years. He also trained under Masters: Yutaka Yaguchi, 9th Dan, Hidetaka Nishiyama, 10th Dan, and the great Masatoshi Nakayama, 10th Dan – all JKA legends.
Yokoyama made her debut as Rei, the girlfriend of Jun (played by Hidetaka Yoshioka) in "Kita no Kuni kara '87 Hatsukoi", and has been active in a wide range of dramas, advertisements and variety shows afterwards. She is mostly known for playing the heroine Ruriko in "Shinju Fujin" in 2002.
Hidetaka Tenjin is credited as the ""Macross" visual artist" for this series while Majiro ("Barakamon", "Nagareboshi Lens") and Yuu Shindo ("My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU", "") are adapting the original character designs by Chisato Mita (designer in Capcom's "E.X. Troopers" video game). Other non-Japanese staff members include Thomas Romain as worldview designer, Vincento Niemu as art designer and Stanislas Brunet as mechanical designer.
A Special Limited Edition of the game has been released alongside the normal edition. The limited edition includes the game, A 30th anniversary booklet, character & mecha art book, set of event & campaign posters, layout pictures and a boxart designed by Hidetaka Tenjin.
Garson has traveled to 25 countries include Russia, Japan and Turkey. His martial arts training in traditional Japanese karate began in 1967, and continued as a student of Sensei Hidetaka Nishiyama at the National Karate Institute in Los Angeles, where he earned his YonDan (4th degree black belt). His martial arts training included instruction under Sensei Robert Bryner in Ryu-te and Aikido.
In 1961 Hidetaka Nishiyama, a co-founder of the Japan Karate Association (JKA) and student of Gichin Funakoshi, began teaching in the United States. He founded the International Traditional Karate Federation (ITKF). Takayuki Mikami was sent to New Orleans by the JKA in 1963.
The following month, on June 26, Nobutsugu killed Nobunaga's sixth younger brother, Oda Hidetaka, who was riding his horse along the Shōnai River near Moriyama Castle. Both Nobunaga and his feuding brother, Oda Nobuyuki, tried to take control of the castle, but Sakuma Nobumori intervened to keep the peace. Nobutoki was allowed to move his forces in and take control of the castle.