Synonyms for kentarou or Related words with kentarou

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Examples of "kentarou"
Kentarou, Takeshi, and Eri all appear in a chapter of "", another manga by Clamp.
There is an additional secret male master, (Kentarou Itou), who becomes available after inputting a code (which differs in each release).
Kazunari Urushizaki: Katou's stalker who looks like a younger Iwaki, he becomes a reporter to better follow Katou. Voiced by Kentarou Itou in the OVA.
"Welcome to Wakaba-Soh" focuses on the character of Kentarou, a young teen that discovers that the girl he has a crush on is working as the caretaker of his almost entirely female dormitory. As Kentarou tries to impress Karen, he also fails to realize that one of his childhood friends, Arai, also lives at the dormitory and has held an unrequited love for him all this time.
Duklyon is the name of a bakery at the elite Clamp School. But behind the scenes it's the headquarters for a trio of superheroes also known as Duklyon. When music blares over the loudspeakers the heroes jump down a chute inside an oven to their secret lair. Kentarou Higashikunimaru and Takeshi Shukaido are childhood friends who excel in different areas of athletics (track and field for Kentarou, kendo for Takeshi) and they do most of the physical work. The group is headed by Eri Chusonji, who rarely gets her hands dirty but is all too ready to beat up Kentarou and Takeshi over their antics. Then there's the mysterious General, who issues out Duklyon's missions.
Both Kentarou and Takeshi dress up in Metal Hero-esque outfits (Kentarou in red, Takeshi in blue) while they're fighting. However, they don't go by codenames and frequently yell each other's names in battle. Eri dresses in a skimpy space suit (with no mask) and Kotobuki wears a large eleborate outfit (with no mask). Even the general is very obviously Imonoyama Nokoru (leader of the "Clamp School Detectives"), though wearing a large pair of sunglasses. Despite this, all of them manage to keep their secret identities a secret from the general public (and Duklyon doesn't know who the General is).
The Dead Pop Stars (stylized as THE DEAD P☆P STARS) is a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in 1992 by ex-Kamaitachi drummer Kenzi. Its current line-up consists of original members Aki and Kenzi on vocals and drums respectively, Hideto and Kentarou on guitar, and Ruiji on bass.
Yuuta Takahashi is a Japanese player. Nicknamed "King of the Faeries", he won two of his three Grand Prix titles with Faeries decks. In 2007, alongside teammate Kentarou Yamamoto, he finished second at , the only Pro Tour to use the Two-Headed Giant format.
Following the game's popularity, a two-volume novel adaptation of the game named "Devil May Cry 4: Deadly Fortune" was released in 2009 by Capcom. It is a two-volume graphic novel written by Bingo Morihashi and his assistant writer Yasui Kentarou.
On May 19, 2009, website Cubed3 posted an interview with the producer of "", Kentarou Kawashima, asking about if "Fragile" and "Sword of Legendia" were in any way related and if "Sword of Legendia" was even still in development. Kawashima responded that the two games were unrelated and that he could not disclose details about "Sword of Legendia".
The story features two teenagers on Clamp Campus, Kentarou Higashikunimaru and Takeshi Shukaido, who are called upon occasion to become monster-battling superheroes while wearing armored outfits in this comic parody of typical superhero action based manga for boys. They are ordered about by Eri Chusonji, their team leader and informant who has a violent tendency to strike the heads of her subordinates with a mallet. Additional humor results from the story's primary villain falling madly in love with Eri.
"Devil May Cry 4: Deadly Fortune" is a two-volume adaptation of the fourth video game in the series, "Devil May Cry 4". It was written by the game's writer, Bingo Morihashi, with assistance from Yasui Kentarou. The two novels were published by Capcom during 2009. In the afterword, Bingo wrote that these removed scenes were intended to be included in the game, but were not due to some production reasons.
C'mon Digimon is a one-shot manga, made in summer 1997, involving battles between more-or-less holographic Digimon. It was planned, but apparently never got off the ground. However, this manga was published as a special in volume two of V-Tamer, and there it was revealed the hero of this manga, Kentarou, was the source and inspiration for the design and character of Taichi, the hero of V-Tamer and the leader of the Chosen Children in "Digimon Adventure".
The original net animation series was directed by Yoshimasa Hiraike, featuring animation by Satelight, character designs by Miwa Oshima and music by To-Mas Soundsight Fluorescent Forest (consisting of members Masumi Itō, Mito and Yohei Matsui). Hiraike had also written the scripts alongside Mariko Mochizuki and Tomoko Shinozuka. The opening theme was performed by Ai Kakuma and Nobuhiko Okamoto while the ending theme was performed by Kentarou Tsubone. The anime ran from December 25, 2015 to February 4, 2016 on the Comico app. A television broadcast of the series on Tokyo MX began on July 1, 2016. The series has been licensed for North America by Sentai Filmworks.
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.
"Fire Emblem", known in Japan as "Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken", was created by series developer Intelligent Systems. Toru Narihiro and Takehiro Izushi from Intelligent Systems acted as producers, and Hitoshi Yamagami from Nintendo supervised, and Taeko Kaneda and Kentarou Nishimura directed. The script was written by Ken Yokoyama and Kouhei Maeda. Character designs were done by Sachiko Wada, who would reprise her role for "". A second artist on the project was Ryo Hirata, who had previously done illustration work for Production I.G and would go on to work on "The Sacred Stones". Eiji Kaneda, who worked on "The Binding Blade", did uncredited illustration work. Background graphics, particularly those for the Fire Dragons, were done by Daisuke Izuka. The music was composed by Yuka Tsujiyoko, who had worked on every game since the series' inception, although "Fire Emblem" would be her last work on the series as a composer. She was helped by Saki Haruyama.
Shunsuke Akagi (voiced by Kentarou Itou) — The primary pilot of Dai-Guard. The headstrong, idealistic and impulsive, 25 year old Akagi can be seen as the heart and brawn of the three Dai-Guard pilots. Beforehand, he was merely an office worker for the 21st Century Defense Security Corporation, but he manages to achieve his dreams of becoming a "Giant Robot pilot." During the return of the Heterodynes, he and his two friends Ibuki and Aoyama become the pilots of Dai-Guard, and intend to put it to use in order to fight off the Heterodyne threat. Akagi loves his job a little too much and manages to stick out among his fellow workers as the more enthusiastic one. Akagi always has the best intentions, even though they usually get him into trouble. Intriguingly, his distinctive personality makes him a natural as Dai-Guard's primary pilot and his cartoon-samurai ethical code quickly wins him a place in the hearts of the public. He refuses to take or allow actions that will endanger civilian lives and/or property if there is any alternative whatsoever.
The Dead Pop Stars was started in 1992. At the beginning of their career numerous appearances at various small clubs was marked by persistent displays of violent behavior. This contributed to the formation of a menacing charisma, making them legendary within the independent visual kei scene. In 1997 they made a deal with major label VAP and released the album "D.P.S", but the next year they returned to the independent music scene again. In 2000 they released 2 singles and an album, but when they released those three CDs original guitarist Hiromi and original bassist Seigo left the band. When they left guitarist Taiji joined as support guitarist and next year Seigo returned. Taiji and Hideto became official members in 2003, and the band became a five-member band. In 2005 Seigo left the band yet again. Support bassist Ruiji became an official member on September 6, 2007 at the band's 15th anniversary gig. On May 14, 2010 it was announced on the band's official mobile website that Taiji would be leaving the group. He was replaced by Kentarou, who joined on September 6. Despite the frequent, difficult-to-keep-track-of line-up changes The Dead Pop Stars remain a prolific touring act, continuing to be as antisocial as ever.
Anime Director Hideaki Anno (Evangelion) cited Devilman as a source of inspiration for Evangelion during a conversation between him and Go Nagai published in Devilman Tabulae Anatomicae. Manga artist Kentarou Miura claims that he likes Go Nagai's dynamic style and that Nagai had a big influence on him in an interview which was included as an extra in the fourth volume of the North American DVD release by Media Blasters in 2002. Movie Director Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police) claimed that he's a fan of Go Nagai's works in an interview with Sancho Asia and said that he wants to re-adapt Devilman into a live action movie since he didn't like the 2004 live action Devilman adaptation. Scriptwriter Kazuki Nakashima is also familiar with his works. "In particular, I read everything by Go Nagai, from his debut works and then when I was in middle school his work Devil Man really struck me. I felt like I was maturing along with the development of the writer himself." According to an interview between an Italian gaming website, geekgamer.it and Shadow Hearts video game series creator, Matsuzo Machida, the latter was inspired by the works of Go Nagai and Keisuke Fujikawa (Mazinger Z screenplay).
After World War II, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine were considered as uncivilized acts by GHQ during occupation of Japan, lost the social position as a medical treatment, although Kyoto University Physiology Professors Ishikawa(石川) and Sasagawa(笹川) demonstrated effectiveness of acupuncture to the Americans and ban was avoided, but due to the incident acupuncture was almost forgotten in Japan (dark age). He contributed to social re-establishment of acupuncture as important health care treatments. He helped establishing Academic society of Acupuncture of Kyoto in 1948 together with Akashi(明石), Otsuka, Hirota, first president Akashi, and in the same year published the first issue of The Journal of Autonomic Nervous System(自律神経雑誌) and also helped establishing Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion 1980, the first president Kentarou Takagi(高木健太郎), who had been president and Dean of renowned Japanese Medical Schools and also a congressman of Japanese parliament, with whom Naotaka deepened friendship. Not only his practice and academic activity gained social recognition, he worked for entire Japan level to gain insurance coverage by National Health Care Insurance for acupuncture treatments that later partially granted. Owe to his and others efforts as well as social circumstances; in the end of 20th century acupuncture regain social status in Japan. Now acupuncture became popular and commonly practiced again in Japan.