Synonyms for katsuji or Related words with katsuji

yohei              shinichiro              toshiharu              toshiyuki              shinpei              shojiro              takehiro              kamiyama              shoichiro              kenjiro              shozo              yoshito              tatsuhiko              kazuaki              yoshiro              sachio              motoaki              toshiya              katsutoshi              toshihiko              kiyohiko              masakazu              tamotsu              mihoko              tetsuji              seiichiro              norihisa              tsuneo              sotaro              hidemi              tomoharu              yukihiko              hisayoshi              yoshifumi              katsunori              kunihiro              eisuke              kohei              takahisa              hideto              mitsuhiro              eiichi              hachiro              ikuo              yasuhiko              tasuku              atsuo              motohiro              shunji              masuo             

Examples of "katsuji"
Katsuji Hasegawa (born 3 May 1946) is a Japanese professional golfer.
16 chefs were selected to compete in "Top Chef: Boston". Katsuji Tanabe later returned to compete in "".
Katsuji is both a masculine Japanese given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Shew was voiced by Katsuji Mori in the TV series and Hōchū Ōtsuka in the "Shin Kyūseishu Densetsu" movie series.
Katsuji Ito (born 8 October 1946) is a Japanese former swimmer. He competed in the men's 1500 metre freestyle at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
The Cedric name was inspired by the main character, Cedric, in Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel "Little Lord Fauntleroy" by the Nissan CEO at the time Katsuji Kawamata.
Colonel Harry Katsuji Fukuhara (, January 1, 1920 - April 8, 2015) was a United States Army soldier who was inducted in the United States Military Intelligence Hall of Fame in 1988.
Katsuji Adachi debuted in sumo wrestling in 1956 at the age of 14. He was part of the Dewanoumi stable under the shikona "Naniwakai". His highest rank was 17th Makushita, before leaving sumo in January 1967.
The band's members, aside from Sakamoto on vocals and She-Ja on guitar, include Gusty Bombs' bassist HIRO, Animetal's former drummer KATSUJI, and JUHKI from the dōjin music circle "IRON ATTACK!".
The company was run by Katsuji Miyazaki (Abt. 1915 - 18 March 1993), the father of the Studio Ghibli animation studio co-founder Hayao Miyazaki. During World War II production runs the company was owned by Katsuji's brother.
The International Academy, paid tribute Katsuji Ebisawa, president of NHK Japan Broadcasting, with the Directorate Emmy Award while the Founder's Emmy Award went to Sir Howard Stringer, chairman and chief executive officer of Sony Corporation of America.
Others include : Akira Emoto, Itsuji Itao, Ayumi Ito, Ryo Katsuji, Kyōko Koizumi, Hitomi Kurihara, Miyuki Matsuda, Ken Mitsuishi, Aoi Miyazaki, Noriko Sengoku, Tomorowo Taguchi, Rena Takeshita, Tetsushi Tanaka, Susumu Terajima, ...
As of the 2014 executive elections with the resignation of Yamahara Katsuji as chair, the General Union has become the first union in Japan in which all titled officers are non-Japanese workers. The new union chair is Dennis Tesolat.
Matsumoto's children, in addition to Ki Nimori, are, in order of birth: Ikki Matsumoto (, born 1935, deceased); Rumi O'Brien (, born 1937, living in the U.S.A.); Motoi Matsumoto (, born 1939); Ken Matsumoto (, born 1941, deceased); Meiko Matsumoto (, born 1943); and Michie Utsuhara (, born 1945). Two of the first successful female shōjo manga artists of the postwar period, Toshiko Ueda and Setsuko Tamura, were his apprentices. Michie, Matsumoto's youngest child, along with several of her siblings and Matsumoto's grandchildren, manages the Gallery Katsuji Matsumoto (), soon to be renamed the Katsuji Matsumoto Archives (), the official Katsuji Matsumoto website and its on-line shop, and also writes ". The gallery is located at 4-14-18 Tamagawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, 158-0094.
Founders, Hiroto Kōmoto and Masatoshi Mashima, worked together in two previous bands—The Blue Hearts and The High-Lows. Bassist Masaru Kobayashi previously performed with Sads and Soy Sauce Sonix. He is currently involved in nil. Drummer Katsuji Kirita also performs with Gargoyle.
After an August 2003 "training accident" while training with Kenzo Suzuki at World Japan's dojo, Giant Ochiai suffered an acute subdural hematoma and died on August 8, 2003. Giant Ochiai's August 13 wake was attended by World Japan Management Director Katsuji Nagashima.
In 2014, IG Port announced it was forming a new animation division named SIGNAL.MD. Its goal is said to be develop technology for full digital animation and smart devices. It will also build the foundation for the production of animation aimed at children and families (including "", "" and "Pokémon Origins"). Production I.G board member, Katsuji Morishita is expected to serve as president of SIGNAL.MD.
Katsuji Adachi debuted for Japan Wrestling Association in June 1967. He lost to Haruka Eigen at the Kawasaki Stadium on July 1, 1969. The following year, Adachi appeared in the JWA New Year Champion Series in January 1970 and the Golden Series in July before leaving the country to compete in North America during the early 1970s.
After conducting emergency repairs, Tanabe and his crew limped back to Japan using only two engines, a journey of twelve days. Following full repairs at Sasebo, "I-168" was placed under the command of Lieutenant Commander Katsuji Watanabe and reassigned to cargo transportation missions to the beleaguered Solomon Islands and Kiska.
Each of the anime broadcast featured a team of robot pilots variably known as "J9" whose role changed from series to series. Each was also advertised as being the "robot anime version" of another popular fictional motif. In each series, the cast of heroes were voiced by Kazuyuki Sogabe, Kaneto Shiozawa, Katsuji Mori, and Yōko Asagami.