Synonyms for kuniko or Related words with kuniko

miyoko              makiko              mieko              eisuke              mayuko              emiko              nobuko              harumi              yumiko              mitsue              yuriko              michiyo              mihoko              miwako              etsuko              chiharu              kumiko              kazuko              fumiko              tatsuko              yukiko              kazue              yousuke              suguru              katsuhisa              yoriko              junko              mayumi              shinpei              takako              shozo              kayoko              rieko              hisae              chikako              shinichiro              taneda              hideko              yukie              katsuo              yoshiko              masumi              shizue              tokiko              tasuku              chinami              chieko              sakiko              sumiko              hiromasa             



Examples of "kuniko"
Shiiba Kuniko: Living in the mountains with Kuniko Obaba (2013) ISBN 4872906373
The party's four co-leaders were its four members of the House of Councillors: Kuniko Kanda, Yasue Funayama, Akiko Kamei, and Kuniko Tanioka.
The sitting event was competed on 17 March. It was won by Kuniko Obinata, representing .
The original voice actor for Gachapin was Kunie Yasawa. The current voice actor for the character is Kuniko Amemiya.
Skiers in this classification include British skier Talan Skeels-Piggins, United States skier Chris Waddell, and Japan's Kuniko Obinata.
"Six Marimbas Counterpoint" is a version of "Six Marimbas" arranged by the Japanese percussionist Kuniko in which one live marimba plays against five pre-recorded marimbas. A recorded version was included in her 2010 album of Reich pieces, "Kuniko Plays Reich".
Yoko Aoki, Noriko Honda, Yuriko Honda, Sada Isobe, Masae Kasai, Mitsue Masuo, Katsumi Matsumura, Yoshiko Matsumura, Emiko Miyamoto, Yoko Shinozaki, Kuniko Tanida, and Teruko Yamada.
Princess Kuniko (1209–26 September 1283) was an Empress of Japan. She was the mother-in-law (准母) of Emperor Go-Horikawa.
Kuniko (written: 邦子, 國子 or 久仁子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
em:t 1196 (1996) – The musical part of a three-way collaboration between the composer, dancer Kuniko Kisanuki and sculptor Satoru Shoji
Kuniko Banno (born 16 June 1957) is a Japanese former swimmer. She competed in two events at the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Reigen was the 16th son of Emperor Go-Mizunoo. His mother was the daughter of Minister of the Center Sonomotooto (内大臣園基音), Lady in Waiting Kuniko (新広義門院国子).
Spring Has Come is an upcoming Japanese television series starring Kai. The series is based on a novel with the same name and is written by Kuniko Mukōda. The date release is yet to be confirmed.
Gachapoid was the third and final "Poid" product released by Internet Co., Ltd. for the Vocaloid 2 engine. He sang in Japanese and was meant to be based on the character of Gachapin. The mascot of the product is "Ryūto" and is based upon the Gachapin voice of Kuniko Amemiya. It was released on October 8, 2010.
Noriko (Setsuko Hara), a secretary in Tokyo, lives in the extended Mamiya family at Kamakura, Kanagawa, which includes her parents Shūkichi and Shige (Ichirō Sugai and Chieko Higashiyama), her older brother Kōichi (Chishū Ryū), a physician, his wife Fumiko (Kuniko Miyake), and their two young sons Minoru (Zen Murase) and Isamu (Isao Shirosawa).
Yūji Makita, a guitar player and singer played by Masao Wakahara, comes to a portside "onsen" (spa resort) town. Thirteen years prior, he had had a love affair there with Sanae Shimura (played by Kuniko Miyake) which ended poorly; Sanae has since moved to Tokyo, leaving behind her daughter Emiko (played by Hibari Misora) and father Taishaku (Ryūji Kita).
The crash occurred south of Taipei and the wreckage was in an area with the length of . A total of 110 passengers and crew including 18 Japanese citizens (including Kuniko Mukōda), and two Americans, died. The accident was the deadliest on Taiwanese soil at the time, and to date is still the second-deadliest behind China Airlines Flight 676.
Manifesteange Metamorphose temps de fille (Shortened to "Metamorphose temps de fille", "Metamorphose" or "Meta") is the name of a Japanese clothing boutique chain created in 1997 by the current president of Metamorphose and its designer, Kuniko Kato. Metamorphose specializes in the Lolita fashion and like Baby, The Stars Shine Bright, their main focus is the subcategory "Sweet Lolita."
Because Kuniko Kato herself may be considered 'plus sized' in Japan, many Western girls find Metamorphose brand clothes an easier fit than other brands whose clothes tend to run a lot smaller. Many 'plus sized' Lolitas have found that Metamorphose clothes, which are made in one size only, can fit quite comfortably.
Inoguchi finished his schooldays and gained his bachelor degree in 1966. After 3 years' education in graduate school, Inoguchi was invited to Sophia University, as an academic assistant. There he encountered with Kuniko Inoguchi and both fell in love. Their co-research progressed in personal intimacy. After Inoguchi's transfer to the research institute to Tokyo University, Institute of Oriental culture, they got married.