Synonyms for kazue or Related words with kazue

mieko              mayuko              michiyo              sumiko              rieko              nobuko              kazuko              miyoko              yumiko              yukiko              mihoko              makiko              kuniko              chieko              takehiro              sachio              miwako              yurie              hiromi              tomoko              etsuko              kunihiro              katsumi              takako              mayumi              yasuko              ayuko              harumi              kikuko              emiko              masayo              kumiko              utako              asako              kayoko              shozo              junko              chiemi              seiichiro              katsuhiko              shinichiro              ryohei              atsuko              yousuke              hiromasa              fumiyo              tasuku              machiko              kazumi              atsuo             

Examples of "kazue"
Ricaco Yuasa (Pogona Club) vs. Kazue Matake (Wajyutsu Keisyukai Tokyo)
Voiced by: Kazue Ikura (Japanese), Kira Vincent Davis (English)
Former members of the Tokyo Broadcasting Drama Troupe include , Kazue Takahashi, Masato Yamanouchi, , and Kiyoshi Kawakubo.
Naoko Kijimuta / Miho Saeki defeated Yuko Hosoki / Kazue Takuma 7–5, 6–4
Kazue was also known for roles in Kaiju Booska and Sazae-san.
Naoko Kijimuta and Miho Saeki lost in the final 7–5, 6–4 against Yuko Hosoki and Kazue Takuma.
On September 28, 2015, Fukuyama married actress Kazue Fukiishi, 13 years his junior. and expected first child together
NOTE: In Stage 1 Kazue Watanabe went after Nao Watanabe, indicating she was the 97th competitor to go.
Emoto's father is Akira Emoto, his mother is Kazue Tsunogae, and his brother is Tasuku Emoto. He is left-handed.
Shortly after the murder of Heikichi, Kazue Kanemoto is discovered with her head bashed in as well.
In 1988, she was awarded the Kazue McLaren Award by the Asia Pacific Consortium for Public Health.
Kazue Akita (穐田和恵; born February 23, 1985 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese singer. She graduated from SDN48 as a 1st generation member.
A spin-off focused on Rin's brother Yukio is running on Jump SQ.19, titled . It is also written by Kazue Kato, but with illustrations by Minoru Sasaki.
Kazue Hayakawa (born 13 June 1947) is a Japanese former swimmer. She competed in the women's 400 metre freestyle at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
A manga by Kazue Katō, titled Blue Exorcist (), deals with issues such as demonic possession and the rise of Satan in the human realm.
Ishikawa, a Japanese businessman (Kazue Matsumoto), takes up residence in Sydney to direct the construction of a waterfront development. However, his employees secretly use his name to acquire the adjoining property to get access to horses.
, known by the stage name , was a Japanese voice actress. Kazue was best known as the voice of Shoutarou Kaneda ("Jimmy Sparks") in "Tetsujin 28-go" ("Gigantor"). She debuted in 1949.
Later popular artists include the highly prolific and successful Rumiko Takahashi (drawing primarily shonen stories for boys), Hiromu Arakawa (Fullmetal Alchemist), Kazue Kato (Blue Exorcist) as well as the female collective Clamp.
Studio e.go! was a Japanese eroge company which used to produce fantasy games of various genres for computers, including role-playing video games, SRPGs, and visual novels. The cutscenes of these games were illustrated by Kazue Yamamoto.
On March 17, 2009, amidst preparations for the company's 10th anniversary celebrations, Kazue Yamamoto announced that she was leaving the company. This announcement was followed by the departure of all of the remaining staff two days later.