Synonyms for konomi or Related words with konomi

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Examples of "konomi"
Team BII: Miori Ichikawa, Ayaka Umeda, Kanako Kadowaki, Konomi Kusaka, Nagisa Shibuya, Shu Yabushita, Miyuki Watanabe
Konomi is both a Japanese surname and a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ujitoshi Konomi (16 December 1912 – 5 March 1980) was a Japanese sport shooter who competed in the 1956 Summer Olympics.
Konomi Kai (born 10 July 1993) is a Japanese athlete who specialises in the long jump. She has qualified for 2016 Summer Olympics.
The "gonomi", meaning "preference", in the name of the snack is the rendaku version of the "konomi" in okonomiyaki, although "ajigonomi" is not related to okonomiyaki.
, also known as "TeniPuri Musical," or "Tenimyu," , is a series of live action stage musicals directed by Yukio Ueshima based on manga series "The Prince of Tennis" created by Takeshi Konomi and serialized by Shueisha in "Weekly Shōnen Jump".
Team BII: Anna Ijiri, Kanae Iso, Miori Ichikawa, Mirei Ueda, Ayaka Umeda, Kanako Kadowaki, Emika Kamieda, Chihiro Kawakami, Haruna Kinoshita, Konomi Kusaka, Hazuki Kurokawa, Nagisa Shibuya, Akane Takayanagi, Kokoro Naiki, Momoka Hayashi, Shu Yabushita, Miyuki Watanabe
The day he was evicted, Xhimi posted a photo on Facebook with a caption blaming the panelist of the show, Arjan Konomi, for being the one who decided to evict him and said that the public's votes were rigged.
The background music for the series was composed by Masaru Yokoyama and Nobuaki Nobusawa. Three pieces of theme music are used throughout the series. The opening theme is titled . It is performed by Konomi Suzuki. The first ending theme is used for most of the series. The first ending theme is titled "Schwarzer Bogen" (lit. Black Bow). It is performed by Hitomi Harada. She is Valentina's voice actress. The second ending theme is used for the tenth episode. The second ending theme is titled . It is also performed by Konomi Suzuki.
The work on the game's scenario was split between four writers. Shōsuke Miyake drafted the game's overall storyline as well as the scenarios for Sango, Ruri, and Lucy; Nagare Makura wrote the scenarios for Manaka and Yuma; Takeshi Marui for Karin and Yūki; and Munemitsu for Konomi and Tamaki. Likewise, the game's character designs were split amongst four artists. Misato Mitsumi provided the character designs and illustrations for Konomi and Yuma; Hisashi Kawata for Lucy and Karin; Tatsuki Amazuyu for Tamaki and Manaka; and Takeshi Nakamura for Sango, Ruri, and Yūki. The game's music was composed by Shimokawa, Junya Matsuoka, Shinya Ishikawa, Kazue Nakagami, and Michio Kinugasa.
The series has produced a half-hour weekly radio show, over 300 music CDs, and a large selection of merchandise, including a trading card game and figures. Three live events, "TeniPuri Perfect Live" in 2003, "The 100 song marathon" in 2008 and "Tenipuri Festa" in 2009, were held by the "TeniPuri" voice actors and Konomi Takeshi himself.
The opening theme for the first season is "Color" by MARiA, a cover of a song by Hatsune Miku, and the ending theme is by Aika Kobayashi. A CD single containing the two songs was released by Media Factory on February 23, 2011. The opening theme for the second season is "AVENGE WORLD" and the ending theme is ; both are sung by Konomi Suzuki.
The , also known as "TeniPuri Musical," "Tenimyu," or "GekiPuri" (Stage Prince), is a series of live action stage musicals directed by Yukio Ueshima based on manga series "The Prince of Tennis" created by Takeshi Konomi and serialized by Shueisha in Weekly Shonen Jump.
Xhimi is 44 years old and comes from Athens, Greece. He entered the House on Day 1 and was evicted on Day 57. The day he was evicted, Xhimi posted a photo on Facebook with a caption blaming the panelist of the show, Arjan Konomi, for being the one who decided to evict him and said that the public's votes were rigged.
BBK/BRNK, also known as , is a Japanese anime television series created by Sanzigen to celebrate their 10th anniversary. It began airing on January 9, 2016. The opening theme is "Beat your Heart" by Konomi Suzuki and the ending theme is "Anger/Anger" by Myth & Roid. The series is available for legal streaming on Crunchyroll.
Blends of matcha are given poetic names known as "chamei" ("tea names") either by the producing plantation, shop, or creator of the blend, or, by the grand master of a particular tea tradition. When a blend is named by the grand master of a tea ceremony lineage, it becomes known as the master's "konomi", or a Butcher block of Leaf.
The opening theme song is "Absolute Soul" by Konomi Suzuki, the first ending theme song is "BelievexBelieve" by Nozomi Yamamoto, the second ending theme song is by Nozomi Yamamoto and Haruka Yamazaki, and the third ending theme song is "2/2" by Ayaka Imamura and Ayaka Suwa.
Every year the National Tax Agency releases a list of the highest income tax payers for entertainers in Japan. The higher someone's income tax, the higher their actual presumed earnings; however it is possible for a person to have paid more taxes than another person who made more money. Takeshi Konomi placed number nine on this list in 2002.
Team BII: Anna Ijiri, Kanae Iso, Miori Ichikawa, Mirei Ueda, Ayaka Umeda, Kanako Kadowaki, Emika Kamieda, Chihiro Kawakami, Haruna Kinoshita, Konomi Kusaka, Hazuki Kurokawa, Nagisa Shibuya, Akane Takayanagi, Kokoro Naiki, Momoka Hayashi, Shu Yabushita, Miyuki Watanabe, Mai Odan, Honoka Terui, Chiho Matsuoka
"The Prince of Tennis" manga and anime series has a large cast of fictional characters created by Takeshi Konomi; many have appeared in the musical and film adaptations. The cast of the series is largely made up of the members of the various tennis teams for the schools portrayed in the series, their coaches, and various family members and supporters.