Synonyms for kamakari or Related words with kamakari

kinya              yousuke              wakashi              kachiro              kotoe              sonosuke              katsunori              kinnosuke              gakuto              kuranosuke              yuushi              shuichiro              ganaha              miyasako              katsuhisa              kentarou              kuniko              hisayoshi              shozo              sosuke              oshitariruito              kento              eisuke              tomochika              mihoko              ittoku              kohinata              nakamaru              taketoshi              tsumabuki              umika              ryunosuke              mitsuhiko              sotaro              toyokazu              mukahikenta              nakadai              michiyo              takahisa              yakusho              kiritani              tomekichi              mizunoyukio              yonehiko              horikita              ryousuke              yasufumi              yurie              kunie              mitsue             

Examples of "kamakari"
Kotani once again acted alongside former Tenimyu castmates, Yuu Shirota, Masaki Kaji, Kousuke Kujirai, and Kenta Kamakari.
Kujirai once again appeared alongside former Tenimyu castmates, Yuu Shirota, Masaki Kaji, Yoshikazu Kotani, and Kenta Kamakari.
Due to the success and popularity of the musical's first run, the musical had a rerun in May, 2007 titled, with the entire cast, except for Kenta Kamakari due to illness, reprising their roles. Kamiyama Ryuji (originally Romeo) replaced Kenta Kamakari, subsequently Yonehara Kousuke (originally Hamlet) took over the role of Romeo and a new actor was brought in to play Hamlet.
Special notes: Featuring members of Fudomine, St. Rudolph, Yamabuki Chuu, Hyotei Gakuen, Rokkaku Chuu and Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku as special guests. Performances in Osaka featured all members of Seigaku, Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku and Rokkaku Chuu and had guest starring Yamabuki Chuu's Kiyosumi Sengoku and Kentarou Minami, as well as Hyotei Gakuen's Gakuto Mukahi and Wakashi Hiyoshi. Initially, Kenta Kamakari, who plays Hyotei's Ryoh Shishido, was set to appear in Osaka, but as Kamakari was hospitalized and pulled out of the musical, Ryunosuke Kawaai as Hiyoshi stepped in.
He is best known for his part in Musical Air Gear. In the first musical he played Team Bacchus' member Hamlet, but in the second installment he took over the role of Romeo from Kamiyama Ryuji after he had replaced Kenta Kamakari (who had fallen ill) as Ikki.
He was in the cast of Air Gear (musical) with his fellow band members. In the first musical he played the part of Team Bacchus' leader, Romeo, but in the second installment he took over the lead role of Minami Ikki after Kenta Kamakari fell ill.
In April, 2010 there was a third run of the musical, It was titled "'Musical Air Gear vs. Bacchus Top Gear Remix.' "Many cast members reprise their roles, Kenta Kamakari returning as Ikki. Remarkably, Agito's actor was replaced by a younger actor and the original actor now played the part of Juliet. The role of Spitfire was replaced by Aeon Clock.
The subcellular localization prediction program pTarget, predicted PRCC1 to be localized in the nucleus with a confidence of 95%. However, a research paper by Kamakari et al. determined the protein to localize in the Golgi Apparatus. PRCC1 is ubiquitously expressed, with high-density expression in the brain, hypothalamus and hippocampus in particular. No evidence of protein-protein interactions were found. No evidence of RNA alternate splicing was determined.
As a young boy Takatōriki idolised Takanohana Kenshi and even stayed with the former "ōzeki" and his family in Tokyo for a while. He joined Takanohana's Fujishima stable in March 1983 after leaving junior high school, where he had also done judo. Initially fighting under his own surname of Kamakari, he rose up the ranks rather slowly, finally becoming a "sekitori" in May 1989 after six years in the unsalaried divisions.
Nearly after a year away from musicals, Kaji starred as Onigiri, member of the Kogarasumaru Air Trecks team, in the first Air Gear musical called, ", which debuted on January 7, 2007 and run til January 21, 2007. Performances for the Air Gear musical were held in Tokyo at the Space Zero Theater from January 7 to January 14, 2007 and in Osaka at the Theater BRAVA from January 19 to January 21, 2007. The cast features Kaji's former Tenimyu co-actors, Kamakari Kenta and KENN, reprising their voice-over roles from the anime respectively as Ikki and Kazu, with RUN&GUN, Kenjiro Tsuda etc. as co-stars.
"Air Gear" was adapted into a musical called Musical Air Gear, which made its debut on January 7, 2007 and ran until January 21, 2007. The musical is loosely adapted from the manga and all female roles are eliminated from the plot. The cast featured Kenta Kamakari, KENN, and Kenjiro Tsuda reprising their roles from the anime respectively as Ikki, Kazu, and Spitfire with Masaki Kaji (who had also starred with Kenta and KENN in the Prince of Tennis musicals), Run&Gun, etc. as their co-stars. In the musical, team Kogarasumaru opposes team Bacchus, whose names all come from works of Shakespeare. (Romeo, Juliet, Hamlet, Macbeth and Puck).
2007 will see Kaji appear in a string of films. The first will be Arakure KNIGHT (荒くれKNIGHT, Arakure KNIGHT?), the live-action movie adaptation of the 1982 to 1988 manga series, "Aratanaru Shobaku" by Satosi Yoshida. The film is scheduled for limited released, opening on April 28, 2007 in Cinema GAGA. Kaji will once again act alongside fellow D-Boys member, Yuu Shirota, as well as be reunited with former Tenimyu castmates, Kousuke Kujirai, Yoshikazu Kotani, and "Musical Air Gear" co-star, Kenta Kamakari.
, who also uses the penname Shinjuku Tango, is a Japanese manga artist who made her debut in 1986. Tateno regards her influences as being Go Nagai and Osamu Tezuka. Two of her best-known works are "Yellow" and "Happy Boys". For the latter, she used the actors from the live-action drama for her character design - among them protagonist Kōji Seto and also Gaku Shindou and Kenta Kamakari as gentlemen hosts. Several of her works have been translated into English, including "King of Cards", "Hate to Love You", "Omen", "Red Angel", "9th Sleep", "Hero Heel", "Ka Shin Fu", "Steal Moon", and "Yellow".
Having married the third daughter of Taihō (and changed his legal name from Kamakari to Naya), Takatōriki took over the running of the former "yokozuna"'s stable in February 2003. It was renamed Ōtake stable. It was the home of the Russian top division wrestler Rohō until he was banned from sumo in September 2008 for testing positive for marijuana. Takatōriki and his wife have four children. His second son Takamori graduated from Saitama Sakae High School where he was a key member of their sumo team and has now entered the Chuo University sumo club. His third and fourth sons Konosuke and Kosei are also amateur sumo wrestlers. His eldest son Yukio is a professional wrestler who is planning to make his debut in February 2017.
is the 22-year-old tenth generation boss of the which is part of the Vongola Family alliance. Dino is a young man with great skills as a fighter and a leader. Reborn's chameleon Leon created his main weapons, a whip and Enzo, which is a turtle which grows in size and rampages when soaked in water. Like Tsuna, Dino, at first, was a klutz who did not want anything to do with the Mafia, but he became a suitable Mafia boss after Reborn became his home tutor. He came to be known as ("Bronco Dino" in Viz's translation) and fixed the Cavallone's financial problems, turning them into the third most influential family. Dino, however, is so devoted to his family, that when none of his family members are around, his skills decrease dramatically, often accidentally hitting people with his whip and falling down the stairs. Dino becomes Hibari's home tutor before the Vongola Tournament, and travels with him around the country in order to train him. In the future, he advises Tsuna and the others on how to control their box weapons, and is shown to release a horse from his own box. He is first voiced by Kenta Kamakari, and then replaced by Kenn for episodes 34 onward.