Synonyms for machiko or Related words with machiko

mayumi              harumi              michiyo              takako              kikuko              etsuko              miwako              yumiko              akemi              yousuke              chieko              makiko              yuriko              natsuko              kumiko              eriko              hiromi              mieko              yukiko              rieko              ruriko              mayuko              minako              junko              chikako              misako              ayano              asako              fumiko              momoko              asami              chiaki              chinatsu              miyoko              shinobu              nobuko              masumi              sayuri              chiharu              chihiro              kazue              haruko              mikako              yukie              tomoko              kanae              eiko              kaori              chinami              saori             

Examples of "machiko"
When Banks was in Japan, he married a woman named Machiko. After they had been together for two years, Machiko had a daughter, Michiko. Banks left Japan because he was fired by the Air Force, and he never saw Machiko or Michiko again. He returned to Japan several times, but Machiko had remarried and Michiko was at University in Northern Japan.
"Sazae-san", by Machiko Hasegawa debuts in Fukunichi Shimbun.
Voiced by Machiko Washio and Karen McIntyre ("English Movies").
Machiko Hasegawa - One of the first female manga artists.
The series revolves around Miss Machiko, a new elementary school teacher who wears a revealing red mini-skirt, and regularly finding herself in accidental sexual situations. Machiko is very popular with her students, especially the boys, who take delight in lifting up her skirts and devising traps to catch her in various stages of undress. Rather than get angry, Machiko responds by laughing it off and uttering her trademark phrase, "Maicchingu!" (roughly meaning "Embarrassing"). Machiko is generally a very kind and patient woman who cares about her students and does her best to help them with their problems.
The filmography of Machiko Kyō includes 97 films. A selected few:
Along with Machiko Yamada, he is one of the more successful coaches in Japan.
In the ensuing fight, Broken Tusk is mortally wounded, but, admiring the courage of his human comrade, "bloods" Machiko with the mark of his clan. The story concludes with Machiko the sole inhabitant of Ryushi, the surviving settlers having been evacuated from the planet. She awaits, and is rewarded with, the return of the Predators and another hunt. One of Broken Tusk's former Predator rivals greets her and, recognizing Broken Tusk's clan symbol, accepts Machiko into the hunt.
Machiko Suharmee Raheem (born ) is a Sri Lankan medal-winning swimmer who has represented her country at international competitions.
The film won Machiko Kyō two awards for Best Actress from Mainichi Film Concours and "Kinema Junpo".
In the popular comic strip "Sazae-san", Machiko Hasegawa made a sarcastic scene, referring to these accidents:
Minima! is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Machiko Sakurai. It was cancelled in February 2008.
"Note: The Copenhagen and Tokyo productions have translated the libretto from English to Danish (by Karen Hoffmann) and Japanese (by Ryu Machiko)"
Norakuro strongly influenced Machiko Hasegawa, the author of "Sazae-san", who apprenticed with its author Suihō Tagawa, as well as "Fullmetal Alchemist" author Hiromu Arakawa.
On 30 November 1949, the "Asahi Shimbun" started to publish the serialized cartoon strip Sazae-san by Machiko Hasegawa. This was a landmark cartoon in Japan's postwar era.
In 1979, NHK made a dramatic serial which ran for six months, focusing on the creation of "Sazae-san" and Machiko Hasegawa in her younger days.
Machiko Soga's "Oba-Q Ondo" sold estimate 2 million single and 4 million sonosheet in Japan. However, a sonosheet was not a regular 7" single.
She is voiced by Machiko Toyoshima. In the Cloverway English adaptation, her name is changed to "ParaPara" and her voice is supplied by Jen Gould. In the musicals she is played by Kurumi Nishijima and Seira Saeki.
In September 2015 an event was held which featured a match for the NWA World Women's Title between Santana Garrett and Shojo Machiko which Garrett won. It also featured two matches with Teddy Hart.
is a one shot shōjo manga written and illustrated by Machiko Ocha. Kodansha released the manga on June 13, 2005. The manga is licensed in North America by Del Rey Manga, which released the manga on November 7, 2006.