Synonyms for kozuki or Related words with kozuki

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Examples of "kozuki"
2005, Star Troupe, Korean Tour, top bill: Wataru Kozuki
Wataru Kozuki, who is a year junior than Wao, shares some similarities of their career related to "Elisabeth":
In 1998, she founded Cosmos Troupe with Asato Shizuki, Yōka Wao, Wataru Kozuki and Hikaru Asami with an overseas performance in Hong Kong. She retired in 2006.
In 2000, she was transferred to Star Troupe and became the second man for Ko Minoru, Tatsuki Kouju and Wataru Kozuki. When Kozuki had the lead in "A Song for Kingdoms" (a variation of the opera "Aida") as her top star debut in 2003, Aran was cast as Aida, a role which brought much applause. In the same year, she also held the lead roles in performances of "Singin' in the Rain" and "Ganryuu".
Mount Hatsuka is an independent peak in Tamba Highland. This mountain is on a popular picnic course from Dojo Station to Kozuki Bus Stop of Shinki Bus. On the top of the mountain, Hatsuka Shrine is extant.
Katsuhisa later returned from Oki and captured Tajima and Inaba provinces, defending Kozuki Castle for Toyotomi Hideyoshi against the Mōri clan. He was attacked by Kobayakawa Takakage and Kikkawa Motoharu, was defeated, and committed suicide.
Azuma carries Tetsuya's body into his lab. Tetsuya is resurrected, but his condition is unstable, and he is brought to Kozuki's residence. Kozuki puts him in prototype battle armor.
Yoshio Kozuki became an infantry officer in 1909 and was a language officer in Germany. He served in several positions, until August 1940 when he became commander of the IJA 19th Division, based in Korea.
March 21, 1969 - Kagemasa Kozuki (current chairman) founded a jukebox rental/repair business in Toyonaka, Osaka., March 19, 1973 - Kozuki transformed the business into Konami Industry Co., Ltd. and began work on manufacturing "amusement machines" for arcades. Their first actual game machine was not created until 1978, and they began exporting products to the United States the following year. They began to achieve success with hit arcade games such as 1981's "Frogger", "Scramble", and "Super Cobra", many of which were licensed to other companies for stateside release, including Stern Electronics and Gremlin Industries.
After graduating from Nihon University's College of Art, Matsumoto embarked on a career as an actress, most notably working on the television series "Muscle Venus", forming an idol group with fellow cast members Hikaru Shida, Hina Kozuki, Ichiko Mayu, Sachiko Koga, Tomoyo Morihisa, Tsukasa Fujimoto, Yuki Ueda and Yuri Natsume. In 2008, the "Muscle Venus" group, excluding Kozuki and Natsume, was cast in a film titled "Three Count", set in the world of professional wrestling and also starring veteran professional wrestlers Emi Sakura, Kyoko Inoue and Yoshiko Tamura. As part of their roles, all members began training professional wrestling under Sakura.
Buildings include Castle Building, Weinberg Building, the I-Wing, the art building, and the Nangaku Building. Other facilities include the Upper Gym and the Lower Gym, the Ranzman Library, the Dillingham Pool, and St. Alban's Chapel. ʻIolani School also has a stadium (Kozuki Stadium), a baseball field, an outdoor basketball court (the One Team Field house), and several tennis courts.
Kozuki's residence is attacked and Tetsuya is awakened. He kills a female Neo-Sapien, Saguree, but cannot save Kozuki. He escapes with Luna but is confronted by a robot battalion. After eliminating them, Tetsuya battles the leader, Burai, only to lose consciousness. When he comes to, he and Luna go to Zone Seven, but the route is contaminated, and Luna falls ill.
In 2006, when the Star Troupe and Snow Troupe reprised "Rose of Versailles" (while Star performed the arc of Fersen and Marie Antoinette and Snow performed the arc of Oscar and Andre), she once again performed with a couple former troupe mates from Flower (Haruno and Sena), Cosmos (Wataru Kozuki) and Snow (Kei Aran) on the same stage.
Azuma invites Luna's father, Dr. Kozuki, to his lab. They are rivals, since Azuma's cell research makes Kozuki's armor research redundant. However, although organs have been grown from the Neo Cells, they are not usable. Meanwhile, Midori, now almost blind, is visited by Tetsuya's ghost. Shortly after she is told of his death. His body is sent to Azuma's lab.
The company was founded in 1969 as a jukebox rental and repair business in Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan, by Kagemasa Kōzuki, who remains the company's chairman. The name "Konami" (; ) is a conjunction of the names Kagemasa Kozuki, Yoshinobu Nakama, and Tatsuo Miyasako.
Following the resignation of Wataru Kozuki and the transfer of her then partner Yuri Shirahane (also the classmate of Tono) back to Snow Troupe to be paired up with Natsuki Mizu, she finally became the top musumeyaku top star of Star Troupe with Kei Aran.
The Siege of Kozuki Castle (Kōzuki-jō-no-tatakai) in Harima Province occurred in 1578, when the army of Mōri Terumoto attacked and captured Kozuki Castle. Terumoto ordered Kobayakawa Takakage to bring men and he showed up with a force 30,000 strong. Narinaga and his first son, Motoyoshi (who was 21 at the time) were present at the battle and helped bring down the castle. At the museum in Hiroshima there is a letter of thanks from Mōri Terumoto to Narinaga for the work his son did. Kōzuki Castle had been taken by Hashiba Hideyoshi the previous year and entrusted to Amago Katsuhisa. When it fell to the Mori, Katsuhisa committed hara-kiri. Amago's loyal and heroic general Yamanaka Yukimori was captured and killed in the battle. Yukimori was the samurai who had killed his family member earlier in life.
Fujimoto was born in Rifu, Miyagi, but spent much of her youth moving between Miyagi, Tokyo, Yamagata and Yonezawa due to her father's work, changing elementary school four times. After graduating from Tohoku Fukushi University, Fujimoto began her professional life as an actress, most notably working on the television series "Muscle Venus", forming an idol group with fellow cast members Hikaru Shida, Hina Kozuki, Ichiko Mayu, Miyako Matsumoto, Sachiko Koga, Tomoyo Morihisa, Yuki Ueda and Yuri Natsume. She has a sports background in soccer, basketball and athletics and has since 2007 regularly played futsal in the celebrity team Nankatsu Shooters. In 2008, the "Muscle Venus" group, excluding Kozuki and Natsume, was cast in a film titled "Three Count", set in the world of professional wrestling and also starring veteran professional wrestlers Emi Sakura, Kyoko Inoue and Yoshiko Tamura. As part of their roles, all members began training professional wrestling under Sakura at her Ice Ribbon dojo.
On July 11, 1984, a team from Osaka University made the first ascent of the mountain via the southwest ridge. The expedition comprised Takashi Matsuo (leader), Hiromi Okuyama, Takehiro Hirota, Tokio Kozuki, Masaya Oishi, Toru Sakakibara, Kenya Sato, Shinichi Miyata, Tomoyoshi Mizukawa, Hiroyuki Onishi, and Akira Noguchi. All members reached the summit, on two separate days. They encountered ice up to 50 degrees. They used three high camps, and fixed of rope.
Anywhere is a 1970 album by Japanese rock band Flower Travellin' Band. It was their first release under the Flower Travellin' Band name and the first to feature the classic line-up of Joe Yamanaka, Hideki Ishima, Jun Kozuki and Joji Wada. AllMusic rated the album 3 out of 5 stars, describing the music as a "unique mixture of progressive daring, psychedelic eccentricity, and muscular, heavy rock austerity".