Synonyms for katsuo or Related words with katsuo

shinpei              eisuke              takehiro              masanao              hisayoshi              hiromichi              yohei              katsuhisa              hachiro              shozo              tomonori              masahide              mitsugu              masatsugu              takuji              michiyo              rieko              yousuke              takamasa              tsuneo              atsuo              kiichi              harue              yoriko              shojiro              suguru              sachio              keizo              seiichiro              tetsushi              yoshikazu              masayasu              fumiko              tamotsu              katsutoshi              shoichi              takahisa              mitsutoshi              ryunosuke              kuniko              sotaro              miyoko              keigo              masamichi              torajiro              masahisa              nobuaki              hidemi              harumi              yoshifumi             



Examples of "katsuo"
Maeda studied poetry under Sasaki Nobutsuna. His daughter married post-war Foreign Minister Katsuo Okazaki.
Kouichi Eguchi as Katsuo Mizuno. Guest stars members of Rokkaku Chuu.
Skipjack tuna is used extensively in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as "katsuo" ( or かつお). Besides being eaten seared ("katsuo tataki", ) and raw in sushi ( or すし) and sashimi ( or さしみ), it is also smoked and dried to make "katsuobushi" ( or かつおぶし), the central ingredient in "dashi" ( or だし) (a common Japanese fish stock). It is also a key ingredient in "katsuo no shiokara" ( or しおから).
During that time, he trained under broadcast writer Katsuo Hamaka and undertook the creation of true professional comedy.
Museums and historical buildings in Hualien County include Pine Garden, Chihsing Tan Katsuo Museum and Hualien County Stone Sculptural Museum.
Kinnosuke's younger brother Nakamura Katsuo and nephew Nakamura Shidō II are currently active in kabuki, television, and film.
He is the 4th graduate from the Dragon Gate dojo. He debuted in October 2005 against Don Fujii. After losing the match he was renamed Katsuo by Fujii. The name came from the comic strip "Sazae-san", and his resemblance to the character Katsuo Isono.
Katsuo no Tataki is Skipjack Tuna or Bonito, lightly seared. Traditionally this is done over the straw generated as a by-product of the rice harvest.
In 2012, she played Danny Ocean in the Star Troupe's production of "Ocean's 11" and was awarded the Kikuta Katsuo Performance prize for her performance.
Katsuo (written: 勝男, 勝夫, 勝雄 or 嘉葎雄) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Committee members frequently contacted Consul-General Okazaki Katsuo, Second Secretary (later Acting Consul-General) Fukui Kiyoshi and Attaché Fukuda Tokuyasu to deal with the anarchic situation.
Like most areas of Japan, Kōchi advertises itself as specialising in a major food item, in this case, Katsuo no Tataki.
Future prime ministers Hayato Ikeda and Eisaku Satō and future Foreign Minister and Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsuo Okazaki were first elected in this election.
The Chihsing Tan Katsuo Museum () is a museum in Xincheng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan. The museum is close to Chihsingtan Beach and is dedicated to dried bonito fish (katsuobushi).
The Iaido Division has been led by some of the greatest iaido figures, including Tsugiyoshi Ota, Meijin Iaido 10-dan, Katsuo Yamaguchi, Meijin Iaido 10-dan, Tadao Ochiai, Hanshi Iaido 10-dan, and Kenji Tose, Hanshi Iaido 10-dan.
His last appearance in wrestling was on the December 22, 2008 NEX card. Wrestling under his old Katsuo gimmick, he lost to m.c.KZ. This makes him the first wrestler trained at the Dragon Gate dojo to leave the promotion.
Katsuo Okazaki, the winner of the mile run and 880-yards runner-up, later represented Japan at the 1924 Summer Olympics and went on to become the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Katsuo Tokashiki (渡嘉敷 勝男, born July 27, 1960 in Okinawa, Japan) is a Japanese former WBA Light flyweight champion. He currently works as an actor and television persona, and runs own boxing gym in Tokyo, Japan.
In sport, baseball players Nagisa Arakaki and Hideki Irabu (mother), bicycle racer Yukiya Arashiro, footballer Kazuki Ganaha, boxers Yoko Gushiken, Akinobu Hiranaka Katsuo Tokashiki, and golf player Ai Miyazato.
The official soundtrack of the film is conducted by Ono Katsuo and released on April 13, 2011. The theme song used for this film is "Don't Wanna Lie" by B'z.