Synonyms for kikuko or Related words with kikuko

machiko              harumi              takako              mieko              miwako              kumiko              rieko              michiyo              makiko              kazue              yousuke              chinami              sumiko              etsuko              yumiko              yukiko              mayuko              mikako              misako              ruriko              yoshika              natsuko              atsuko              yuriko              chieko              akemi              hiromi              chinatsu              yukie              yasuko              fumiko              minako              chikako              masayo              momoko              kotono              ayano              taneda              tokiko              ikuko              kazuko              sayuri              kuniko              haruko              emiko              nobuko              tomoko              miyoko              masumi              chiemi             

Examples of "kikuko"
Kikuko was styled as "Her Imperial Highness The Princess Takamatsu". Prior to her marriage, as a daughter of a peer she was styled as "Lady Kikuko Tokugawa".
Voiced by Kikuko Inoue (Japanese), Kimberly Dilts (English)
Shiawase Tambourine is a solo album from Japanese voice actress Kikuko Inoue, released in 1998. There was a limited edition version of the CD that included a specially designed tambourine featuring an art drawing of Kikuko herself.
She is voiced by Kikuko Inoue. In the musicals, she is played by Anri Oonuki.
Takeshi married Ohara Haruko (1899–1985); the couple had one son, Kazuo (1919–1991) and two daughters, Ryoko (1917–1972) and Momoko (1925–). Kazuo married Amano Tamiko and had three daughters, Kikuko (1948–), Shoko (1952–) and Muneko (1956–). As Kazuo and his wife never had sons, to perpetuate the Tōgō name they adopted their son-in-law, Maruyama Yoshio (1942–), the husband of Kikuko. Kikuko and Yoshio have two sons; the elder, Yoshihisa (1971–), married Niimi Miyuki and has two sons, Ryuuta (1991–) and Masahei (1993–).
She is voiced by Kikuko Inoue in the Japanese anime and by Willow Johnson in English. In the Live Action Special, she is played by Kyōko Hasegawa.
The wife of Nobuhito, Prince Takamatsu (third son of Emperor Taishō) was Kikuko Tokugawa, daughter of the second Prince of the Yoshinobu-ke, Yoshihisa.
Kikuko (written: 喜久子 or 伎共子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
On 26 December 1911 his granddaughter Kikuko Tokugawa was born. She married Prince Takamatsu, the brother of Emperor Shōwa, to become Princess Takamatsu.
is the last CD of the drama series. This drama CD features "0-G Love", Lynn Minmay's songs from The Super Dimension Fortress Macross covered by Kikuko Inoue and Tomokazu Sugita under "Grace O'Connor" and "Leon Mishima" character.
“Thank you,” directed by Miyake Nobuyuki, is the story of a prostitute (Nakamura Asami) named Kikuko who recalls being sold in a town at a young age along with the bus driver known as Mr. Thank You.
In Japanese, she is voiced by Yūko Satō in the first series and by Kikuko Inoue in the second. She is voiced by Laura Bailey in English. In the live-action film adaptation, she is portrayed by Yasuko Matsuyuki.
In May 2012, the Japanese Patent Office granted the Kyokushin related trademarks to Kikuko Kuristina Oyama, after years of long court battle. She has internationally trademarked and copyrighted her father's work and devotes the proceeds to various charities.
People who made it in the past include Megumi Hayashibara, Nobuyuki Hiyama, Megumi Ogata, Kaneto Shiozawa, Kōichi Yamadera, Kikuko Inoue, Kotono Mitsuishi and Toshiyuki Morikawa. More recent examples are Ai Shimizu, Rie Tanaka, Yukari Tamura, Mai Nakahara and Kenichi Suzumura.
A drama CD produced by Indies Mega was released in Japan on September 26, 2009. It featured Tomokazu Sugita and Kikuko Inoue as the voices of Kenichi Kando (Jin-Ho Myung) and Elina Takanashi (Hae-Young Nah), respectively.
"O-" was also commonly used as an honorific prefix to female given names in pre-war Japan, particularly in combination with dropping common suffixes such as -ko (子, literally "child"). For example, would be referred to as , would become , would become , and so on. This was a less polite honorific than "san". For example, a female servant named "Kikuko" would be referred to as "O-kiku" rather than "Kikuko-san". This usage has disappeared in current Japanese, and has been replaced by using the diminutive suffix "-chan" instead (compare to male "-kun"), as in "Aki-chan" for "Akiko".
Rosemary is voiced by Kikuko Inoue in the Japanese version. In the English translation, Rosemary is voiced by Lara Cody (in "Metal Gear Solid 2" and "Metal Gear Solid 4") and by Kari Wahlgren (in "Metal Gear Solid 2: Digital Graphic Novel").
Princess Hitachi is descendant from the old feudal aristocracy. She is a second cousin to a niece of Kikuko, Princess Takamatsu who was, like her father, a descendant of the Tokugawa clan. She is also a second cousin to Takamasa Ikeda, former head of the Ikeda clan and husband of her sister-in-law, Atsuko Ikeda.
With the encouragement of her only friend, Nanami Kikuko (Mizuki Yamamoto), Yuni realises that she has fallen in love with her teacher, Sakurai who also happens to be admired by every girl in school. Every time Yuni has the chance to express the way she feels to Sakurai, she isn't able to do so.
The anime television series is produced by Dogakobo and Pony Canyon, directed by Chiaki Kon, written by Michiko Yokote, and features character designs by Kikuko Sadakata. The opening and ending themes are, "Believe My Dice" and "a shadow's love song" respectively, both by Takuya Eguchi, Takuma Terashima, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Tetsuya Kakihara. A CD for the songs was released on July 24, 2013.