Synonyms for makiko or Related words with makiko


Examples of "makiko"
Makiko Horai (宝来眞紀子 "Hōrai Makiko", born January 6, 1979) is a former Japanese volleyball player.
Team S: Riho Abiru, Anna Ishida, Kyoka Isohara, Makiko Saito, Manatsu Mukaida
Makiko is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Team E: Kyoka Isohara, Aya Shibata, Ami Kobayashi, Makiko Saito, Mikoto Uchiyama
The end credits show Makiko laying flowers at a memorial for those who died in the battle.
Iro is voiced by Makiko Ohmoto in the Japanese version and by Kevin Kolack in the English dub.
She has worked with many musicians, including John Tchicai, Pierre Dørge (New Jungle Orchestra), Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Palle Mikkelborg, Arild Andersen, Eberhard Weber, Peter Kowald, Jeanne Lee, Jan Garbarek, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Gil Evans, Dhafer Youssef, and Makiko Hirabayashi (Makiko Hirabayashi Trio).
A few days later, Naoki and his parents arrive to talk with Makiko. As the divorce is about to be finalized, Makiko tells everyone that she is pregnant and the divorce is cancelled, as they think the only reason she was distant and mean was because she was pregnant. Later, Yoko asks Naoki if he knows that her sister is a demon and Naoki tells Yoko that he likes that "demonic" side because it is the real her. The series ends with Yoko finally talking to Riku before he departs for Osaka and Makiko giving birth to her baby. Yoko is the one eventually left caring for the baby.
In 2002, there were some voices that she should become the Minister for Foreign Affairs who preceded by Makiko Tanaka, but she refused that offer.
In 2008, "PC Games Hardware" included Alura McCall, Makiko Hayashi, Dominique Paradis and Zoe Nightshade among the 112 most important female characters in games.
Team E: Kyoka Isohara, Madoka Umemoto, Rumi Kato, Kanon Kimoto, Ami Kobayashi, Makiko Saito, Aya Shibata, Akari Suda, Rena Matsui
Alice remained single all of her life, although she did adopt two Japanese girls as her daughters. One of these girls, Hitotsuyanagi Makiko subsequently married William Merrell Vories.
Premiere: March 23, 1984, Max Lifchitz, Mexico City, Mexico, Recordings: Coronet LPS 3206, Paula Ennis Dwyer; VMM 2006, 1992, Makiko Hirashima
Makiko Futaki died from an unspecified illness at a hospital in Tokyo on May 13, 2016, at the age of 57.
Isao visits the Kitos one last time on November 29 to deliver a present of oysters, but Makiko follows him, guessing that he has resolved to die, and they kiss on a hill opposite Hakusan Park. Makiko promises to go to Ōmiwa Shrine at Sakurai and bring them each back a talisman the day before they go ahead. Isao does not admit they already each have one of her lily petals.
Makiko finally reveals her true nature to her husband, Naoki, who decides to get a divorce. Meanwhile, a close friend of Riku's, Chika, tells Yoko that he is about to move away. Her friends attempt to get Yoko to confess through a live T.V. program but her sister storms in and starts yelling at her, just before Yoko is about to confess. Makiko is hauled away by security.
In 1942, Tanaka took over the Sakamoto company and renamed it Tanaka Civil Engineering and Construction Industries. He soon had two children: a son named Masanori Tanaka in 1942 (died 1948), and a daughter named Makiko Tanaka in 1944.
Team S: Riho Abiru, Anna Ishida, Kyoka Isohara, Yuna Ego, Masana Oya, Yuria Kizaki, Risako Goto, Makiko Saito, Rika Tsuzuki, Aki Deguchi, Yuka Nakanishi, Jurina Matsui, Manatsu Mukaida, Miki Yakata
She is the teacher of the Grippatchi's class, which consists of Mametchi, Memetchi, Kuchipatchi, Lovelitchi, Telelin, Melodytchi, Moriritchi, Pashalin, Himespetchi, Spacytchi, Kuromametchi, Gozarutchi, Flowertchi, Makiko, Uwasatchi, Debatchi, Mimitchi, Watawatatchi, Nachuratchi, Ponpontchi, Sunopotchi, Togetchi, Hinotamatchi, Dorotchi, Yattatchi, Nemutchi, Tomomi, and Kizunatchi.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center strongly denounced politician-journalist Soichiro Tahara for his remarks against former Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka and his daughter, former Foreign Minister Makiko Tanaka on his TV Asahi program "Sunday Project" in March 2009.