Synonyms for jounetsu or Related words with jounetsu

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Examples of "jounetsu"
In mid to late 2002, a pair of maxi-singles were released, "Koseiha Blend ~Tasogare-hen~" and "Koseiha Blend ~Junjou Jounetsu-hen~", containing three new tracks each and packaged in LP-sized sleeves illustrated by infamous EroGuro comic artist Suehiro Maruo. Both were limited to 3000 copies and were once again sold out at pre-order. The band also contributed to two omnibus compilations. These releases were accompanied by numerous live events.
In 2012, Seungri started his first Japanese promotions by appearing on variety shows, such as Yomiuri TV's "Yoshimoto Jounetsu Comedy" and "Run for Money". He was also chosen as the special MC on Fuji TV's "Sakigake! Ongaku Banzuke Eight", interviewing celebrities such as Oguri Shun, Exile's Akira, Miori Takimoto, Takei Emi, Perfume. He had his first Japanese show "Seungchan's Complete Victory Declaration" on Space Shower TV. The first episode was broadcast in August. That same month, he held his first solo fan meeting in Tokyo. Daesung showed his support to him by appearing on stage to sing "Fantastic Baby" with him. His next solo fanmeeting was on September 9, 2012 held in Osaka.
On March 3, 2003, major Japanese television network Mainichi Broadcasting System ran a special feature titled "Matsuzaka Generation – Spring, For Each of the 22-Year-Olds" (using the "ジェネレーション", the literal katakana syllabary for "Generation", instead of the Japanese word "世代", or "sedai") on its popular documentary television series "Jounetsu Tairiku". It covered the lives of various players who belonged to the group, some who had gone on to the pros (Nagisa Arakaki), some who still hoped to be drafted (Katsumi Higaki) and some who had decided to pursue other careers altogether (Satoshi Kamishige), nearly five years after the now-legendary 80th National High School Baseball Championship.
In 2005, Lena remained in the band long enough to release one more single and promotional video, "Yami Yori Kurai Doukoku no a Capella to Bara Yori Akai Jounetsu no Aria". On July 27, after finishing the recording of the forthcoming album, Lena left the band and Hide-Zou recorded bass for that release. They released their first full album titled "The Name of the Rose" on September 28 in two versions, each packaged with a DVD containing a different promotional video. D launched their own publication called "Mad Tea Party Magazine" on August 7.
Ryuji Higurashi, a veteran artist of the "Mega Man X" series, acted as the game's chief character designer. When he learned that the game was to take place in the same time period as the "Mega Man Zero" series, Higurashi added several features to his designs to "Command Mission" to reflect their relation. However, he was initially, somewhat sceptical about the changes requested for the character X. The game's musical score was composed by Shinya Okada, Yuko Komiyama, and Seiko Kobuchi. A total of 58 tracks were compiled and released on a CD soundtrack by Suleputer in Japan on September 23, 2004. Asami Abe performed both the opening theme, "Jounetsu Setsuna" (A Moment of Passion), and the closing theme, "Parts". "Mega Man X: Command Mission" was first announced and presented by producer Koji Nakajima at the Tokyo Game Show in September 2003. The game was released in Japan on July 29, 2004; in North America on September 21, 2004; and in Europe on November 19, 2004. The North American PS2 version includes an unlockable demo version of "Mega Man X8". To coincide with the release the launch of the game in North America, NubyTech announced "Mega Man"-themed game controllers for both console versions. However, only the GameCube version of the controller arrived with the release of "Mega Man X Collection" in early 2006.
On January 3, 2013, Sato made another appearance for AJPW, when he and Yamato came together to challenge the Junior Stars of Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka to a match for the All Asia Tag Team Championship. On January 26, the team, billed as "Jounetsu Hentai Baka", defeated the Junior Stars to win the All Asia Tag Team Championship, Sato's first title in All Japan. After only a fifteen-day reign, Sato and Yamato lost the title back to Kanemoto and Tanaka on February 10. On February 24, Sato produced the first Hard Hit event in eight months, working in the main event, where he faced Yuji Sakuragi, who had defeated him in a Pancrase fight in January 2006. The Hard Hit match ended with Sato being declared the winner after just 38 seconds, when he was unable to continue after having his nose accidentally broken by Sakuragi. From March 30 to April 7, Sato and Hiroshi Yamato took part in AJPW's 2013 Junior Hyper Tag League, where they made it all the way to the finals, before losing to Burning (Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki), whom they had defeated in their opening match of the tournament. Back in DDT, Sato and fellow mixed martial artist Yukio Sakaguchi defeated Harashima and Yasu Urano on May 3 to win the KO-D Tag Team Championship for the first time. Sato followed that up nine days later by defeating Harashima to become the number one contender to the KO-D Openweight Championship. Sato then went on to fail in his title challenge against Shigehiro Irie on May 26. On June 2, Sato and Sakaguchi made their first successful defense of the KO-D Tag Team Championship against Monster Army representatives Hoshitango and Yuji Hino. Sato's and Sakaguchi's second successful title defense took place on June 14, when they defeated former champions Kudo and Yasu Urano. Post-match Sato, who had earlier mentioned that he wanted to defend the title against younger wrestlers, nominated Akito and Konosuke Takeshita as their next challengers. On June 23, Sato and Sakaguchi defeated Akito and Takeshita for their third successful title defense. On June 30, Sato returned to AJPW to take part in the farewell match of Hiroshi Yamato, who had announced his resignation from the promotion following Nobuo Shiraishi becoming its new president. After defeating Yamato and Kazushi Miyamoto in a three-way match, Sato announced that unlike his former Jounetsu Hentai Baka partner, he would continue to make appearances for the Shiraishi-run All Japan. When All Japan relaunched the following month, Sato worked the entire first Summer Action Series tour with the promotion. On July 28, the final day of the tour, Sato submitted World Junior Heavyweight Champion Yoshinobu Kanemaru in a tag team match, where he and Kenso faced Kanemaru and Kotaro Suzuki, and afterwards challenged him to a title match. Back in DDT, Sato and Sakaguchi lost the KO-D Tag Team Championship to Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto on August 18, during "Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2013", DDT's biggest event of the year. On August 25, Sato failed in his title challenge against World Junior Heavyweight Champion Yoshinobu Kanemaru.
In April, Yamato took part in the 2012 Junior Tag League alongside DDT Pro-Wrestling and Pancrase representative Hikaru Sato, with the two failing to advance from their round-robin block. The following July, Yamato entered the 2012 Junior Hyper League, where he finished second in his round-robin block with three wins, one draw and one loss. On July 29, Yamato first defeated Koji Kanemoto in his semifinal match and then Shuji Kondo in the finals to win the tournament. This led to a match on August 12, where Yamato defeated Kai to win the World Junior Heavyweight Championship for the first time. Before the end of the year, Yamato racked up five successful title defenses, against Minoru Tanaka, Hikaru Sato, Kenny Omega, Kaz Hayashi, and Koji Kanemoto. On January 2, 2013, Yamato lost the title to Shuji Kondo in a match, which was also contested for Kondo's GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship. The following day, Yamato bounced back by winning his second annual junior heavyweight battle royal. That same day, Yamato reunited with Hikaru Sato to formally challenge the Junior Stars of Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka for the All Asia Tag Team Championship. On January 10, Yamato and Sato held a public training session, during which they shaved each other's heads to show that they were a cohisive unit ahead of their upcoming title match. On January 26, the team, billed as "Jounetsu Hentai Baka", defeated the Junior Stars to become the new All Asia Tag Team Champions. After only a fifteen-day reign, Yamato and Sato lost the title back to Kanemoto and Tanaka on February 10. From March 30 to April 7, Yamato and Sato took part in the 2013 Junior Hyper Tag League, where they made it all the way to the finals, before losing to Burning (Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki), whom they had defeated in their opening match of the tournament. Afterwards, Yamato set his sights on regaining the World Junior Heavyweight Championship, pinning reigning champion Yoshinobu Kanemaru on April 29 in a six-man tag team match, where he, Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka faced the Burning trio of Kanemaru, Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki. On June 2, Yamato unsuccessfully challenged Kanemaru for the World Junior Heavyweight Championship. On June 20, Yamato announced his resignation from All Japan out of loyalty to his trainer Keiji Mutoh, who had left the promotion when Nobuo Shiraishi took over as its new president at the beginning of the month. Prior to leaving All Japan, Yamato was entered into one more storyline, where a disappointed Hikaru Sato announced his return to the promotion to take on his former Jounetsu Hentai Baka partner. On June 30, Yamato was defeated by Sato in his final All Japan match, a three-way match, which also included Kazushi Miyamoto.
Yoshinobu Kanemaru was the first of the five to receive his title shot and on February 23, defeated Shuji Kondo for the World Junior Heavyweight Championship. The event was headlined by a five singles match series between members of Burning and representatives of All Japan; Burning won the series 3–2 with Kanemaru clinching the decisive win in the main event. Burning received two more title shots on March 17. After Aoki and Suzuki failed to capture the All Asia Tag Team Championship from the Junior Stars (Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka), Akiyama and Shiozaki brought the stable its second title by defeating Get Wild (Manabu Soya and Takao Omori) for the World Tag Team Championship. Also during the event, Kenta Kobashi made an appearance, publicly giving his blessing to the newest incarnation of Burning, while also announcing that he was joining All Japan following his retirement match as the new Pacific Wrestling Federation (PWF) chairman. On April 7, Aoki and Suzuki defeated Jounetsu Hentai Baka (Hikaru Sato and Hiroshi Yamato) in the finals to win the 2013 Junior Hyper Tag League and earn another shot at the All Asia Tag Team Championship. This led to a rematch between Aoki and Suzuki and the Junior Stars on April 25, where Burning took home its third title. Burning's domination led to a storyline, where even rivals such as Suwama and Takao Omori came together to rally All Japan in its war with the stable. Burning continued its winning ways on April 29, when Jun Akiyama won the 2013 Champion Carnival, being victorious in the finals over Kai, who had defeated Go Shiozaki in his semifinal match. As a result, Akiyama became the number one contender to All Japan's top title, the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship. On May 11, all five members of Burning made a one-night return to Noah to take part in Kenta Kobashi's retirement event, titled "Final Burning in Budokan". While Aoki and Suzuki wrestled in a midcard tag team match, where they defeated former Burning members Kentaro Shiga and Tamon Honda, the other three members took part in Kobashi's retirement match, an eight-man tag team main event, where Kanemaru, Shiozaki, Kenta and Maybach Taniguchi, another Kobashi trainee and a member of the second incarnation of Burning, were defeated by Kobashi, Akiyama, Keiji Mutoh and Kensuke Sasaki, with Kobashi pinning Kanemaru for the win.