Synonyms for kintaro or Related words with kintaro

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Examples of "kintaro"
In 2005, "Salaryman Kintaro" began appearing as an online comic and eventually returned to Young Jump.
The film is available on DVD through Pathfinder Home Entertainment, and has been retitled to "White Collar Worker Kintaro".
As the capital settles from its near destruction, Sadamitsu and Kintaro, the only surviving heroes of Hikaru's group, lay to rest the souls of Hikaru, Tsuna and Urabe. Kintaro asks Sadamitsu, " Where did they go?" To which Sadamitsu answers, "They went off to this place full of flowers, some place far away."
In May 2012, a selection of Binnie's woodcuts is being published in a limited edition book by Kintaro Publishing. It is titled "The Woodcut Portraits".
Kintaro, despite having met the requirements for a law degree, left Tokyo University without graduating. "Golden Boy" depicts his living the life of a free spirit, roaming Japan from town to town, job to job. During his travels, Kintaro meets several women whose lives he dramatically changes, despite poor first impressions. He constantly observes and studies the people and events around him, recording his findings in a notebook he carries on his belt.
Kintaro is a freeter, and has done various jobs as he quests around Japan in pursuit of knowledge. His ventures include computer programming, housekeeping, teaching, the culinary arts, and most of all, studying. Kintaro is also often seen demonstrating the skills he's learned in previous chapters to overcome challenges faced in the current one. He's also adept in martial arts, but does not fight unless he's angered, and ordinarily just takes a beating.
In a time where there is great corruption and terror, a young girl named Angela has been kidnapped. Rumor has it that Kintaro has made a deal with the devil. Angela's parents hire Travis, a private detective, to investigate the crime boss Kintaro and retrieve Angela. Knowing that the mission to rescue Angela will not be easy, he is aided by three sidekicks, Michelle, Ushi, and Tetsuo.
In the beginning each volume and episode of "Golden Boy" places Kintaro opposite a young, beautiful woman, whose interest or disdain for him serves as the basis of the plot. Some of these women initially dismiss Kintaro as an idiotic and clumsy pervert, and either give him or accept from him some challenge to prove their superiority. Kintaro invariably lusts after these women, but he is principally driven by his desire to be of actual service to them and to thereby learn more about the world. Despite his outward appearances, Kintaro is an incredibly clever and resourceful individual, and consistently exceeds what the women in his encounters thought possible, winning their hearts despite his outward awkwardness. But due to chance, necessity or a sense of honor, Kintaro never takes advantage of these newfound feelings. As the manga series progresses it introduces fewer women over multiple chapter arcs, such as a shoplifting schoolgirl, and goes back to women from earlier in the series that he's affected.
Built from March 2000 to January 2001. The headlamps were moved to a higher position to reduce problems of blockage by snow. New "Kintaro Eco-Power" logos were added to the sides.
Kintaro Walks Japan is a documentary film produced and directed by Tyler MacNiven. It is an account of MacNiven's journey walking and backpacking the entire length of Japan from Kyūshū to Hokkaidō, more than 2000 miles in 145 days.
Since April 2015, Nosawa joined the newly resurrected Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling, as the leader of Monster-gun, which evolved into W*ING Monster-gun, when Kintaro Kanemura joined the group.
In the 19th issue of "Business Jump", it was announced that a sequel to the "Golden Boy" manga was in the works. Tatsuya Egawa stated that the sequel involved Kintaro taking on the entertainment world for his next job.
Fuyuki was survived by his wife Kaoru, whom he married in November 1986, and his two daughters. Under his associate Kintaro Kanemura, the promotion reorganized in 2004 as Apache Pro-Wrestling Army, but continued the WEW titles.
"Kintaro Walks Japan" premiered at the Santa Cruz Film Festival in 2006 and was voted by the audience as "Best of Fest". It received the highest winning vote in the 5-year history of the festival.
According to the "Mortal Kombat" series' canon, Liu Kang won this tournament as well, defeating Shao Kahn and his bodyguard Kintaro. The game's story mode can be also finished using any other playable character, resulting in different non-canonical endings for each of them.
The film revolves around the mostly dependable Toraji (Taichi Kokubun of TOKIO) and free-spirited Haiji (Tsuyoshi Domoto of Kinki Kids), two siblings who suddenly become President and Executive Director of Armadillo, Inc. when their father, Kintaro Koinobori (Akira Takarada), suddenly steps down from his position and appoints his sons in his stead.
Ashby continued wrestling internationally as well. While touring All-Japan Pro Wrestling in 1979, he joined Kintaro Ohki and Carlos Colon in a 6-man tag team match against Giant Baba, Tiger Toguchi and Akihisa Takachiho. That same month, he was part of the AJPW Black Power series in which he wrestled Akio Sato, Motoshi Okuma, Great Kojika, Rocky Hata and Tiger Toguchi.
In 1928 while representing Rhodesia, he defeated William Walter of Germany before being eliminated in the second round of the welterweight class after losing his bout to Kintaro Usuda of Japan. At the 1930 Empire Games he represented South Africa and won the gold medal in the welterweight class after winning the final against Howard Williams of Canada.
Apache was founded by Ito and Kanemura in 2004 as a replacement of the old WEW. Their first event was on August 30, the main event was a six-man tag team match which had Ichiro Yaguchi, Riki Choshu and Tomohiro Ishii defeating BADBOY Hido, Dick Togo and Kintaro Kanemura.
Until Taisho Katsudo Eiga stopped to making films in 1922 Kurihara made more than 30 films. He also lectured to lots of film directors and actors: Tomu Uchida, Kintaro Inoue and Buntaro Futagawa; Tokihiko Okada, Michiko Hayama, Ureo Egawa and Atsushi Watanabe.