Synonyms for iseya or Related words with iseya

kohinata              yousuke              ittoku              sosuke              kiritani              nakadai              narimiya              amamoto              bunta              ryunosuke              nakamaru              tsumabuki              rikiya              kinnosuke              misako              terajima              fumiyo              ikkei              ruriko              tsunehiko              katsuo              tamayama              shizue              aragaki              chiyoko              gakuto              horikita              andou              machiko              jinnai              yakusho              keito              shinpachi              fumi              kinuyo              miyasako              rokuro              chikako              tasuku              yuiko              chieko              baisho              shihomi              torajiro              tatsuko              kotono              zaizen              otowa              mizuhara              kamakari             

Examples of "iseya"
Shinomori is portrayed by Yusuke Iseya in the second and third live-action films, "" and "".
Aka Suave. Iseya co-starred with Arata Iura, Yui Natsukawa, and Susumu Terajima in Hirokazu Koreeda's "Distance". He appeared in Takashi Miike's "13 Assassins".
"Aozora Pedal" was used as the theme song for the movie "Honey and Clover" starring Arashi member Sho Sakurai, Yū Aoi and Yūsuke Iseya.
Distance is a 2001 film by Japanese director Koreeda Hirokazu, starring Arata, Tadanobu Asano, Iseya Yusuke, Terajima Susumu, and Natsukawa Yui.
After an initial 2012 advertising campaign featuring "Dr Coco", a suited foreign man, the company changed tack and from later in 2012 launched a series of advertisements using well-known Japanese actor Yūsuke Iseya.
It was also adapted into a live-action film starring popular actor/singer Tomohisa Yamashita as Yabuki Joe and Yūsuke Iseya as Rikiishi. The movie premiered in Japan on February 11, 2011.
The prints are multicolour "nishiki-e" prints in "ōban" size—about . They were published by Iseya Magobei, and are believed to be the earliest he published. They bear his seal: , reading "yama" ("mountain") and "yoshi" or "beku" ("good"). Each portrait is printed on a yellowish backgrounds; the series title appears in an inkstick-shaped caption in the corner, each of a different colour.
The movie follows Kawada as he wrestles with the impossibility of the claims, which nevertheless seem to be based on empirically sound evidence. Kawada himself, a native of Aso, also reconnects with his old friend Aoi (Takeuchi), who shares with him a bitter memory of the death of Kawada's friend (and Aoi's lover) Shunsuke (Yusuke Iseya).
Became Nako's friend in the beginning, but it was only to get information on Airi. She later starts to bully Nako, but Airi immediately puts a stop to it. She also pays a group of boys to beat up Taki when he's sick. She later betrays 'F' alongside Iseya and Airi. In the end, Hatori is determined to battle Michiru for Gorou's affections.
Yakuza Naoki Sando (Yosuke Natsuki) discovers his daughter Hiroko (Kumi Kaneko) in bed with his adopted son Kohji (Yusuke Iseya). Three years later, Kohji is working the streets as a hustler, still yearning for a way to earn his estranged father's approval to continue his borderline incestuous relationship.
"Hana Moyu" is a 2015 Japanese television drama NHK Taiga drama series that premiered on January 4, 2015, and ended on December 13, 2015. The series starred Mao Inoue who portrayed Sugi Fumi,a younger sister of Yoshida Shōin. The role of Yoshida Shōin was played by actor Yusuke Iseya.
Within popular science, the interpretation has generated translations such as "Basa let cut these runes to her husband Etxehegi, and Isifus to his aunt Izeba". However, parts of these translations, for example the names *"Basa" and *"Isifus", do not find any support in Eliasson's articles. Neither does the part "aunt Izeba" has any foundation in the runic inscription, since iseya is either being interpreted as "aunt" or as a name, not as both.
The series was adapted as a live-action feature film produced by Asmik Ace Entertainment. It was directed by Masahiro Takada from a screenplay by Masahiko Kawahara and Masahiro Takada, and starred Sakurai Sho as Takemoto, Yū Aoi as Hagu, Yūsuke Iseya as Morita, Ryō Kase as Mayama, and Megumi Seki as Ayumi. It was released in Japanese theaters on July 22, 2006. The film was released theatrically in the United States in fall of 2007 by Viz Media. The DVD for the film was released on January 12, 2007.
Three years go by during which Katagiri's mother passes away. While walking through town, he sees Kie in a kimono shop where she assures him that she is well. Weeks later, however, Shino tells Katagiri that from the start of her marriage, Kie has been forced to perform all manner of duties to the point that she is little more than a slave to her new family. Concerned, Katagiri visits Mrs. Iseya (Sachiko Mitsumoto), Kie’s mother-in-law, and finds her incoherent with illness. Outraged, he demands that Kie’s husband file divorce papers then carries her to his own house to recover.
A live-action action suspense film directed by Yu Irie based on the novel was released on January 31, 2015. Starring Kazuya Kamenashi, Yūsuke Iseya and Kyoko Fukada, it was filmed during April 2014 in Singapore and in Batam, Indonesia. Irie described it as an international production since it featured British and Australian actors and only 20% of the crew was composed of Japanese people. The film's budget was partially financed by Nippon Television and it was distributed by Toho. The film earned on its opening weekend in Japan, closing its run with grossed. It received 225 votes (out of 677) and won the Fan Grand Prize of the Nikkan Sports Film Award. Its North American premiere was held during the Japan Cuts festival on July 9, 2015.
With this analysis, the text would mean that someone (whose name is damaged; b(h)…isa…) let do/carve/cut (mþ• these runes (urnuk) to her husband whose surname was Etxehegi (snrþmi : itcsihķi×li). On the side of the stone, an elliptical construction states that someone (isifuþrlak) did the same thing for his or her aunt or for someone with the unattested name Izeba (iseya•li). The interpretation agrees with both Basque grammar and vocabulary, and with the semantic content of many other memorial commemorative formulas of the Viking Age. A commemorative formula is a genre typical for runic inscriptions, where someone (in this case b(h)…isa… and isifuþrlak) did something (runes) to someone's honour or memory (the husband Etxehegi and an aunt or Izeba respectively). If the theory is correct it would mean that the oldest preserved relatively long text in Basque is kept in Denmark and is centuries older than the first book printed in Basque in year 1545.
An extremely sadistic gym teacher who is in control of 'F'. He calls himself "The God of 'F'" He doesn't allow anyone in 'F' to act without his permission, even going as far as to hit those who disobey. His first priority is to save himself, laying the blame on others. He is only liked by the members of 'F'. When Taki, Airi, Iseya, Kumika, Michiru, Hikaru and Nako have evidence that 'F' is doing bad things, he orders the members to knock them unconscious and throw them into the swimming pool to drown. However, it turns out that he had a miserable middle school life, forced to commit crimes for his classmates. They decide not to turn him into the police, and he becomes a better teacher.
The August 2013 issue of "Jump SQ." announced that a two-part sequel will be released simultaneously for the summer of 2014. These movies were tentatively known as "" and "", and have Satoh Takeru, Takei Emi and Eguchi Yosuke reprising their roles as Kenshin, Kaoru and Saitō respectively. It was announced that Tatsuya Fujiwara was cast in the role of Shishio Makoto on July 2, as was director Keishi Ōtomo's return. On July 30, it was revealed that Ryunosuke Kamiki and Yūsuke Iseya were cast as Seta Sōjirō and Shinomori Aoshi. On August 4, 2013, actors Min Tanaka, Kazufumi Miyazawa, Yukiyoshi Ozawa, Maryjun Takahashi and Ryosuke Miura were unveiled as Nenji Kashiwazaki/Okina, Toshimichi Ōkubo, Hirobumi Itō, Yumi Komagata and Chō Sawagejō. Kaito Ōyagi has replaced Taketo Tanaka as Yahiko. On August 30, 2013, Tao Tsuchiya was announced as popular character Makimachi Misao. On September 20, 2013, executive producer Hiroyoshi Koiwai revealed that model Lisa Ulliel is cast in a secret role.