Synonyms for hisayoshi or Related words with hisayoshi


Examples of "hisayoshi"
His Japanese voice actor is Hisayoshi Suganuma. His English voice actor is Frankie Rome.
Hisayoshi Nagata (born 14 November 1962) is a Japanese former water polo player who competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics.
Hisayoshi Tanaka (born 13 January 1979) is a Japanese former swimmer who competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics.
He is the Social Link for the , representing the balancing opposites and allowing the individual to grow. He is voiced by Hisayoshi Suganuma in the Drama CDs.
Hisayoshi (written: 久義, 久佳, 久喜 or 久吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Hisayoshi Hayashi and Yoshiyasu Hayashi are twins. Yoshiyasu Hayashi had played at some tour of Do As Infinity as a support member.
He is voiced in the Japanese version by Hisayoshi Suganuma and in the English version by Christopher Corey Smith, until episode 278 when replaced by Michael Sinterniklaas.
The a-side track of this single was used as the ending theme song for the anime "Capeta." The b-side song is not sung by Ryo, but instead by Hisayoshi Hayashi and Yoshiyasu Hayashi.
After the 8th headmaster, Takenouchi Tōichirō Hisayoshi, the lineage was split into two branches called the "sōke" and "sōdenke" lines. This was done to ensure that the blood line and tradition would be preserved.
An anime television series adaptation, directed by Hisayoshi Hirasawa and produced by Creators in Pack, will air in July 2017. Words and Stereo and Yūichi Uchibori are writing the scripts.
The 343 Kōkūtai's Shiden-Kai, discovered on November 18, 1978 in Jyoen Hisayoshi Bay. The aircraft is displayed at Nanreku Misho Koen, Ehime Prefecture, Japan. It is possible that the one was flown by ace-pilot Kaneyoshi Muto.
Zuntata is Taito Corporation's "house band". The members include Hisayoshi Ogura (the band's founder), Tamayo Kawamoto, Masahiko Takaki, Norihiro Furukawa, Yasuhisa Watanabe, Shuichiro Nakazawa, Kazuko Umino, Tomohito Takahashi, Munehiro Nakanishi, and Katsuhisa Ishikawa.
Serendipity released three game music CDs. The first two CDs, "Marginal Prince Songs 1" and "Marginal Prince Songs 2", were both released on September 1, 2005. Both CDs were sung by Shun Someya, Ryotaro Okiayu and Hisayoshi Suganuma. The final CD, "Marginal Prince Songs 2.1 -Stanislav Sokurov-", was released on January 22, 2006.
Deathrash Bound is the first full-length album released by the Japanese metal band Aion. Released in 1989, it is the band's only official release with Hisayoshi on vocals. "Deathrash Bound" is also the bands catchphrase, appearing on many of their albums, DVDs, and merchandise. The band even created their own record label entitled "Deatrash Bound".
These were descendants of Emperor Go-Fusakusa's son Prince Hisaaki (the eighth shogun of the Kamakura shogunate). Hisaaki's sons Prince Morikuni (the next shogun) and Prince Hisayoshi were made Minamoto. Hisayoshi's adopted "nephew" (actually Nijō Michihira's son) Muneaki became a "gon-dainagon" (acting "dainagon").
Satow's second son, Takeda Hisayoshi, became a noted botanist, founder of the Japan Natural History Society and from 1948 to 1951 was President of the Japan Alpine Club. He studied at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and at Birmingham University. A memorial hall to him is in the Oze marshlands in Hinoemata, Fukushima Prefecture.
Takenouchi Hisamori's second son Hitachinosuke Hisakatsu became the second head of Takenouchi Ryū after his father formally passed him the tradition at the age of 64. He and his successor and son Kaganosuke Hisayoshi added their own techniques to the curriculum, extending it into a complete "sōgō bujutsu" system.
Di Benedetto cooperates with leading intarnational cardiac surgeons. In 1995 there was the twinning Salerno - Tokyo for Research and Professor Hisayoshi Suma was a guest in Salerno at the Tower Cardiological to teach the new heart surgery technique he had developed.
"Hisayoshi Suma and his colleagues at the Hayama Heart Center have performed left ventriculoplasty in 238 patients over the last 5 years, including 138 patients with left ventricular (LV) dysfunction caused by coronary artery disease (CAD) and 100 patients with non-ischemic cardiomyopathy, mostly idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy...
Ushangi Kokauri () – is an Azerbaijani judoka of Georgian origin, acting in the weight category over 100 kg, member of the national team of Azerbaijan in judo. Ushangi representing Azerbaijan at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. He competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the men's +100 kg event, in which he was eliminated in the second round by Hisayoshi Harasawa.