Synonyms for miwako or Related words with miwako

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Examples of "miwako"
Initially considered an 'older-brother' type figure to Miwako, his role is late replaced by Seiji.
She is the sister of actress Miwako Ichikawa (市川実和子).
In 1998, after some work at a Japanese consulting firm, Miwako started working at Mori Trust.
At "Smackgirl: Episode 0" on , Kaneko defeated Miwako Ishihara in 36 seconds with an armbar submission.
Miwako Motoyoshi (born 21 December 1960) is a Japanese former synchronized swimmer who competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics.
The 2010 nominees were Amy Harris, Ty King-Wall, Miwako Kubota, Natasha Kusen, Dana Stephensen, and Vivienne Wong.
At "Club Fight vol. 4" on , Takahashi fought against Miwako Ishihara once again in a bout that ended in a tie after ten minutes.
Mori has reportedly selected his daughter Miwako Date, who serves as president of Mori Trust Hotels & Resorts, to eventually take over the Mori Trust business.
Miwako Kobayashi (born 27 January 1952) is a Japanese former swimmer. She competed in three events at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Miwako (written: 美和子 or 実和子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Takahashi was defeated by karateka Miwako Ishihara via unanimous decision after two rounds at Daido Juku's event on at the Korakuen Hall.
Miwako Shimada (born 4 October 1972) is a Japanese fencer. She competed in the women's individual foil event at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Miwako started singing when she was a child and has always expressed a passion to become a singer. After graduating from junior high, Miwako was discovered at a live performance with her friend's band and traveled to Tokyo to begin her music career. One of her songs 'Born' is played as an opening theme in the anime "Le Chevalier D'Eon", other—'Shizuku'—is played as an ending theme in the anime "Great Teacher Onizuka".
is a female police officer in the traffic department. She is friends with Miwako Sato and tries to push both Sato and colleague Wataru Takagi towards each other in a relationship. Her Japanese voice actress is Yu Sugimoto.
The series features one opening theme and one ending theme throughout all 24-episodes. The opening theme is "BORN" by Miwako Okuda, and the ending theme is "OVER NIGHT" by Aya. "OVER NIGHT" was written specially for the series.
The 2004 nominees were Adam Bull (current principal artist), Jane Casson (Principal Teacher, City Adult Ballet), Craig Cathcart (company manager, Queensland Ballet), Miwako Kubota (retired senior artist), Rachel Rawlins (retired principal artist), and Amber Scott (current principal artist).
Miwako Date is the Executive Managing Director and the president of the Mori Trust Hotels & Resorts Co, a unit of Mori Trust; the daughter of Japanese property developer Akira Mori, chief executive officer of Mori Trust.
In September 2005, 9nine was formed of Sayaka Nishiwaki, Uki Satake, Azusa Matsuzawa, Miwako Wagatsuma, Rubi Katō, Marie Ashida, Mai Yoshida, Midori Yamaoka, and Moe Miura. They released their debut single "Sweet Snow" in 2006.
The Paradise Kiss live-action features Keiko Kitagawa as Yukari Hayasaka and Osamu Mukai as George. Other cast members are Natsuki Katō as Kaori Aso, Aya Ōmasa as Miwako Sakurada, Kento Kaku as Arashi Nagase, Shunji Igarashi as Isabella Yamamoto, and Yūsuke Yamamoto as Tokumori Hiroyuki.
True Love is a Japanese slice-of-life romance "shōjo" manga series written and illustrated by Miwako Sugiyama. It was published by Shogakukan, with serialization on "Shōjo Comic" magazine and with seven volumes compiling the chapters released between 2013 and 2015.