Synonyms for momoe or Related words with momoe


Examples of "momoe"
Momoe Von Reiche is an internationally recognised poet and artist.
Yamaguchi's hobby is quilt making, and she exhibits her quilts under her married name, "Momoe Miura".
In the 1970s, one of Hori Productions' most famous stars was singer Momoe Yamaguchi.
Momoe (written: 百恵 or 百重) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Mao is a fan of Kiyoharu, Kuroyume, Sads, Mika Nakashima, Momoe Yamaguchi, BONNIE PINK, aiko, and Shiina Ringo.
is the head coach of the baseball team, and the most prominent adult character in the series. At the start of the series, she mentions that she is a graduate of Nishiura, which used to offer softball instead of baseball. The team nicknames her "Momokan", short for "Momoe-kantoku" (Coach Momoe), and develop a respect for her, though often find her intimidating. Momoe is physically strong and is very dedicated to the baseball team, working menial side jobs to help pay for equipment. Though several characters comment on the peculiarity of having a female coach for a baseball team, Momoe is shown to be competent in the role. Momoe has a small dog named Ai who accompanies the team to practice, including practice games with other teams. Momoe's voice actress is Risa Hayamizu, while Cynthia Cranz provides her voice in English. She is also very attractive described by most of the baseball team.
In the 1970s, the popularity of female idol singers such as Mari Amachi, Saori Minami, Momoe Yamaguchi, and Candies increased. Momoe Yamaguchi was one of the first "kayōkyoku" singers to use the special pronunciation characteristic of J-pop. In 1972, Hiromi Go made his debut with the song "Otokonoko Onnanoko" ("Boy and Girl"). Hiromi Go originally came from Johnny & Associates.
The Head Mistress of the Sanemori family. She holds an important position among the people of Tenmo, but the nature of her position has yet to be revealed. Momoe seems to know the truth about many things - Tenmo, Nayuta, even Muryou - so it's no surprise that when important events take place, Momoe is there to guide the way with her wisdom.
She famously quit part way through the filming of the television series "Akai Giwaku" outraged at being forced to work at times dictated by idol Momoe Yamaguchi's schedule.
Koto (古都) is a 1980 film directed by Kon Ichikawa starring Momoe Yamaguchi and Tomokazu Miura in an adaptation of Yasunari Kawabata's novel "The Old Capital".
The film was remade in 1980 under the same title, "Koto", directed by Kon Ichikawa and starring Momoe Yamaguchi and Tomokazu Miura.
Professional wrestler Momoe Nakanishi took part in the third competition, where she made it to the Third Stage, before failing on Domino Hill.
He has written music for many other artists, including Momoe Yamaguchi, and Akiko Wada. He is affectionately referred to as "Hamasho" by many of his fans.
Momoe Yamaguchi was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1959. Not long afterwards she was left in the care of her maternal grandparents. At around four, she returned to her parents and the family then moved to Yokohama. Without her father, who was already married to another women with children, having never married "her" mother. The family moved once again to Yokosuka. Her mother raised Momoe and her younger sister Toshie by herself.
There are, however, exceptions to the process. Momoe Yamaguchi chose to sing her favorite song "Hito Natsu no Keiken" (ひと夏の経験) with its suggestive lyrics during the 25th edition, despite NHK's pick of a different song.
He was born in 1913 as the son and third child of his parents, Malietoa Tanumafili I and Momoe Lupeuluiva Meleisea. He was chosen as the Mālietoa in 1940 following his father's death on 5 July 1939.
His group, the Down Town Boogie-Woogie Band, was one of the most prominent 1970s Japanese rock music bands. He also composed many of Momoe Yamaguchi's songs with Yoko Aki.
Criminal psychologist Masato Yuki, played by Ken Utsui, returns from a three-year sojourn in America, to his wife and daughter Akiko, played by Momoe Yamaguchi. Shortly after his return, his wife is murdered under suspicious circumstances.
He was born in 1879 to Malietoa Laupepa and Sisavai‘i Malupo Niuva‘ai. He married Momoe Lupeuluiva Meleiseā and had five children: Sisavai‘i Lupeuluiva (f), Vaimo‘oi'a, Salamāsina (f), Tanumafili II, and Sāveaali‘i Ioane Viliamu.
Steele-Perkins has two sons, Cedric, born 16 November 1990, and Cameron, born 18 June 1992. With his marriage to Miyako Yamada he has a stepson, Daisuke and a granddaughter, Momoe.