Synonyms for ichizoku or Related words with ichizoku

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Examples of "ichizoku"
Other works include "Ichizoku saikai" (1967–1972) in which he attempted to trace his family roots and at the same time, the roots of the Japanese people.
In 2013, singer Annabel and Ceui collaborated on the split single "Phantasmagoria / Shall We Dance" for the original video animation series "Hanayaka Nari, Waga Ichizoku: Kinetograph".
"Karei-naru Ichizoku" aired on KIKU-TV in Hawaii on September 23, 2007 to November 25, 2007 under the name "The Grand Family". The broadcast included complete English subtitles.
Connected to the Zaregoto Series, it is also known as the "Zerozaki Ichizoku Series." The illustrations are also provided by Take. This series has also been published by Kodansha Novels.
The 1960s and 1970s saw him in many contemporary roles. He appeared in "" and "" as well as "Karei naru Ichizoku". The title role in the 1975 film "Takehisa Yumeji" was his.
Carl Kimlinger feels the story's repetitiveness is highlighted in the book. Janet Houck described the work as a doujinshi of Inugami-ke no Ichizoku. Erin Finnegan felt that the manga wasn't funny. Brigid Alverson felt the ending was unsatisfying.
This new sequel, called "Shin Gouketsuji Ichizoku: Toukon Matrimelee" in Japan, features 4 totally new characters and one new boss (Princess Sissy). However, Angela does not return in this game. Jimmy, Elias, Lynn and Jones from "Rage of the Dragons" are guest stars, and are unlockable. A few of the game elements were borrowed from this same game as well. The western releases drop the "Shin Gouketsuji Ichizoku" title and remains named simply as "Matrimelee". It was one of the last few games to be released on the Neo Geo.
Various merchandise based on the series has been released in Japan. The 253-page 1995 novel "Gouketsuji Ichizoku: The Novel" (ISBN 978-4-8470-3158-8) was published by Wani Books in 1995. It relates the history of the Goketsuji family and features some art made by Range Murata. "Gouketsuji Ichizoku: THE CD-ROM" was published in 1998 by Toshiba EMI and contains information about the series including characters profiles, correlation diagrams, the family lineage, concept art, sounds and other artwork. It also has desktop wallpapers and screen savers.
Poe no Ichizoku was later adapted as a series of six drama CDs from scripts written by Moto Hagio. They were released monthly by Shogakukan between December 2007 and May 2008. Each volume covered a different generation of the Poe Family.
Karei-naru Ichizoku (華麗なる一族) is a Japanese drama aired on Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) for its 55th anniversary. It is a remake of a 1970s novel of the same name by Toyoko Yamasaki. Takuya Kimura received widespread acclaim for his work in the series.
"Poe no Ichizoku" was adapted as radio drama broadcast by NHK-FM between January 1 and January 6, 1980. It was directed by Tokio Ootani from a script by Sunao Takata, with sound effects by Masakazu Haraguti and Akira Iwai. It starred Kouji Ishitobi as the Baron and Haruka Kurara as the Baron's wife.
The story of this sequel of the series, known as "Gouketsuji Ichizoku 3: Groove on Fight" in Japan, takes place 20 years after the last Goketsuji tournament. It also has a darker and more serious tone than its predecessors, similar to that of "", but still maintains a little of the same humor that is particular to the series.
"Poe no Ichizoku" was written and illustrated by Moto Hagio and serialized by Shogakukan in "Flower Comics" from March 1972 to June 1976. The individual chapters were collected in five "tankōbon" volumes under the Flower Comics imprint, with the first volume published on March 28, 1974 and the final volume on January 25, 1978. Shogakukan later re-released the entire series in three "bunkoban" volumes on July 17, 1998, and then again in two wide-ban volumes on November 26, 2007 and December 21, 2007, respectively. In April 2016, to commemorate "Poe no Ichizoku"s 40th anniversary and "Monthly Flowers"s 15th anniversary, it was announced Hagio would publish two new chapters titled "Haru no Yume" (Spring's Dream) in May and June respectively. The first chapter was published on May 28, but the second chapter was delayed to "winter" without a specific date.
October, 2006 sees the Iwai produced film Rainbow Song released in Japan. The film is directed by Naoto Kumazawa and was written by Ami Sakurai. It stars previous Iwai actors Hayato Ichihara, Yu Aoi and Shoko Aida. Also in 2006, Iwai spent time documenting and interviewing Kon Ichikawa while filming The Inugamis (Inugamike no ichizoku - 2006) to create a feature-length documentary about the director's life.
In November 2011, Ozawa co-starred with Asami and AV actress Mahiro Aine in Naoyuki Tomomatsu's science fiction V-Cinema release "Karei naru erogami-ke no ichizoku: Shinsō reijō wa denki shitsuji no yume o miru ka", which was also released with English subtitles as "Erotibot". She was also cast in the starring role for the erotic horror V-cinema feature "Tokyo Species" which was released on DVD in February 2012.
In 2011, Tomomatsu directed the V-Cinema science fiction horror film released in Japan as "Karei naru erogami-ke no ichizoku: Shinsō reijō wa denki shitsuji no yume o miru ka" () and internationally with English subtitles as "Erotibot" in September 2011. The work, starring three AV actresses, Mahiro Aine, Maria Ozawa and Asami, had its European premier at the 12th Japan Film Fest Hamburg in May 2011. In 2012 he released "Rape Zombie: Lust of the Dead" and began casting extras for a sequel.
The PlayStation version, retitled "Gouketsuji Ichizoku 2: Chotto Dake Saikyou Densetsu", was only released in Japan and has some characteristics from "Gogetsuji Legends" (as it shares almost the same subtitle to its Japanese version), like the team battle and the possibility to play as Chuck and Kuroko, but these features are only available for Versus (player vs. player) mode. Unlike the arcade game, anytime a transformable character changed into his or her alternate version in the PlayStation port, there was considerable loading time that interrupted the match.
Although Hagio had previously been exposed to the gay lifestyle magazine "Barazoku", Hagio was inspired by "Les amitiés particulières" to begin The Heart of Thomas as a work for her own enjoyment, and soon afterwards wrote "November Gymnasium" as a work to be published. At one point, Hagio considered making the protagonists girls, and drew a few scenes in a sketchbook, but decided that the boys version was "smoother" and less "giggly". When it was serialised, Thomas no Shinzo was unpopular, so Hagio's editors asked her to finish the manga up quickly, but due to the success of "Poe no Ichizoku" in the new bound format, Thomas no Shinzo was allowed to continue.
Keiko played the "Madonna" role in the 1981 film "Naniwa no Koi no Torajirō," the 27th in the "Otoko wa Tsurai yo" series. The producers called on her again for that role in "Torajirō no Endan," the 46th of the 49 installments (1993). Keiko also appeared in "Legend of the Eight Samurai" (1983), "Shin Izakaya Yūrei" (1996), "Dr. Akagi" by Shōhei Imamura (1998), "" by Eiji Okuda (2004), and "Inugamike no Ichizoku" (scheduled for release in 2007). She won the award for best actress at the 6th Hochi Film Award for "The Gate of Youth" and "Tora-san's Love in Osaka", and at the 15th Hochi Film Award for "The Sting of Death".
The journey takes the ninja heroes from an amusement park to the top of a tower. Along the way, they must survive endless attacks from the members of Kage Ichizoku and their minions. The protagonists Joe and Hayabusa uses shurikens as their primary weapon, although other weapons that aid them along the way are nunchakus, maces, ratchets, battle axes, spiked clubs, and katana swords. A special somersault attack can be used to knock down a multiple enemies in a row. As an art of "ninpo kairou", a fire dragon can be summon to destroy all enemies on the screen.