Synonyms for kiyohiko or Related words with kiyohiko

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Examples of "kiyohiko"
This is a list of characters from the manga series "Yotsuba&!" by Kiyohiko Azuma.
This is a list of characters from the manga series "Azumanga Daioh" by Kiyohiko Azuma, later adapted to anime.
Manga artists who debuted new series or stories in the magazine include Yellow Tanabe, Mitsuru Adachi, and Kiyohiko Azuma.
A second race was held in April 2006, with Kazuhiko Yamashita defeating rival Kiyohiko Takakado by only 90 votes. Voter turnout was 87.43%.
Kiyohiko (written: 清彦, 虚彦 or きよひこ in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Numerous former national leaders, ministers, professors and other experts have been featured in previous issues of "CPR", including: Nobel Prize Laureate Edmund S. Phelps; Futurist John Nesbitt; Guinean President Alpha Condé; and Deputy Central Bank Governor of Japan Kiyohiko Nishimura.
In 1975, Kiyohiko Agō wrote , in which he connected the Hokkaido characters with not only the carvings in Temiya Cave but also those in Fugoppe Cave, in the town of Yoichi.
The first ascent of Liankang Kangri was by a 5-member party led by the Japanese mountaineer Kiyohiko Suzuki on 5 May 1999. According to them, Liankang Kangri is the second highest unclimbed mountain in the world, after Gangkhar Puensum.
In 2015 they fully produced the Japanese independent film 'Lowlife Love' (Gesu no Ai) directed by Uchida Eiji. The film is a 100% production of Third Window Films and stars many well-known Japanese actors such as Denden, Shugo Oshinari, Kiyohiko Shibukawa, Kanji Tsuda, Yoshihiko Hosoda and Houka Kinoshita. It is scheduled for release in Japan and internationally in 2016.
In 1978, he entered the Music Department of Nihon University in Tokyo. There he learned composition under Kiyohiko Kijima and piano under Midori Matsuya (1943-1994). At the same time, he also studied composition under Roh Ogura (1916-1990) in Kamakura.
The manga is written and illustrated by Kiyohiko Azuma, and published by ASCII Media Works in the monthly "shōnen" (aimed at teenage boys) manga magazine "Dengeki Daioh" since the March 2003 issue, with serialization on-going. Chapters have been collected in thirteen "tankōbon" volumes.
"Azumanga" is also used as a general term for Kiyohiko Azuma's other comics and illustrations. Two previous collections of Azuma's works, including official tie-in comics of Pioneer animations, were published as "Azumanga" and "Azumanga 2" in 1998 and 2001, respectively. "Azumanga" was later republished in a reduced-size edition called "Azumanga Recycle".
In the 1980s, he toured as guest soloist with Steps, the Brecker Brothers, and Word of Mouth, led by Jaco Pastorius. Watanabe created the jazz-rock/jazz-fusion band Mobo in 1983 with Mitsuru Sawamura (saxophone), Ichiko Hashimoto (piano), Gregg Lee (guitar), Shuichi Murakami (drums), and Kiyohiko Senba.
At the 37th Yokohama Film Festival, the film was chosen as the 9th best Japanese film of 2015. won the award for Best Screenplay, Kiyohiko Shibukawa won the award for Best Actor, Ken Mitsuishi won the award for Best Supporting Actor and Aoba Kawai won the award for Best Supporting Actress.
Takako Yoshinodou - The second eldest girl in the family and Kazuya's twin sister, albeit without her knowledge. Following in her mother's steps, she also became an actress, and her fiancee, Kiyohiko Yoshikawa, was helping her career as a director. She is later murdered, and her body is found by Takashi. She is voiced by Bianca Allen in the English version.
, also known as just , is a fictional character and the main protagonist in the comedy manga series "Yotsuba&!", as well as the one-shot manga "Try! Try! Try!", both by Kiyohiko Azuma. As the title character of the series and almost every chapter, Yotsuba is usually the focus of each episode; most stories revolve around her meeting, and often childishly misunderstanding, a new concept or activity indicated in the chapter title. She is noted for her childish energy, unusual , and iconic appearance.
DRAMATIC is the 24th album by the jazz fusion group Casiopea recorded and released in 1993. It is also an album which marks the introduction of a new Casiopea Member, Noriaki Kumagai, who replaced Masaaki Hiyama on drums due to his Medical problems caused by smoking, and, this also marks Casiopea's Return to Alfa Records. This album has a song, "Shocking Function", which includes Former T-Square Member, Kiyohiko Senba, on percussion.
Two of his compositions won the grand prix of Japan Record Award— "Mata Au Hi Made" performed by Kiyohiko Ozaki in 1971 and "Miserarete" by Judy Ongg in 1979. Tsutsumi himself has also won the awards for best songwriting category for five times. Recognized for his long-term contribution to establish Japanese popular music, Tsutsumi received the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon by the Government of Japan in November 2003.
Latyr Sy collaborates with many artists, and genres like jazz, Latin, rock and traditional music, such as Leyona, Aya Nakano and Inushiki. And collaborates with artists from other countries: Mamady Keita (percussion, Guinea), Okura Shonosuke (drumming from Japanese lyrical Noh drama), Senba Kiyohiko (percussion Japan), Sato Masahiko (jazz piano, Japan), Kim Defang (percussion, Korea), Rico Rodriguez (trombone, Jamaica), Kansane (vocalist, Korea), Leyona (vocalist, Japan) and many others.
is a song by Jpop vocalist Kiyohiko Ozaki and serves as the opening theme to the anime "Gulliver Boy". It was released Mercury Music Entertainment on February 25, 1995 in Japan only. The song was written by Yukinojo Mori, composed by Toshiaki Yamazaki, and arranged by Michihiko Ohta. Coupled with the song is the show's first closing theme "Kagami no Naka no Yūsha" which is also performed by Ozaki.