Synonyms for keiju_kobayashi or Related words with keiju_kobayashi

hisaya_morishige              kōji_yakusho              kōichi_satō              yuzo_kayama              ken_ogata              eri_fukatsu              toshiyuki_nishida              satoshi_tsumabuki              ryuhei_matsuda              kiichi_nakai              yoshio_harada              rentarō_mikuni              miki_nakatani              michiyo_aratama              tetsuya_watari              masatoshi_nagase              teruyuki_kagawa              tatsuya_nakadai              naoto_takenaka              keiko_kishi              shinichi_tsutsumi              shima_iwashita              shinobu_otake              machiko_kyō              aoi_miyazaki              keiko_awaji              junichi_okada              hiroki_matsukata              tsutomu_yamazaki              sosuke_ikematsu              masayuki_mori              takao_osawa              kinnosuke_nakamura              kirin_kiki              akira_emoto              tatsuya_fuji              susumu_terajima              yuriko_hoshi              tori_matsuzaka              yū_aoi              tadao_takashima              shota_matsuda              norihei_miki              mirai_moriyama              chikage_awashima              tatsuya_mihashi              eiji_funakoshi              masaki_okada              kaori_momoi              tatsuya_fujiwara             



Examples of "keiju_kobayashi"
In Shūe Matsubayashi's 1981 film "" (lit. "Combined Fleet", later released in the United States as "The Imperial Navy"), Yamamoto was portrayed by Keiju Kobayashi.
The story is about the interactions between Kiyoko (Hideko Takamine) and her bank clerk bachelor confidant Kenkichi (Toshiro Mifune). Kiyoko, along with her husband Shinji (Keiju Kobayashi), wants to open a coffee shop and so goes to Kenkichi to ask for a loan. Family financial and emotion troubles mount within her household, and Kiyoko falls for the handsome Kenkichi. Their entire relationship is a series of beginnings and endings with the middles cut out. It is at first purely a business association, though after Shinji (at the manipulative behest of his matchmaker mother) gives a majority of the loan to his deadbeat brother Zenichi, Kiyoko starts to think that her feelings for Kenkichi may be more than platonic.