Synonyms for momoko or Related words with momoko

kozue              mikako              sayuri              ayano              momoka              chiharu              yukari              chiaki              sumire              asami              yousuke              yukie              minako              mayuko              kumiko              chinami              sayaka              eriko              shiori              yumiko              chisato              hinako              mayumi              yuriko              urara              machiko              saeko              yuzuki              rikako              tokiko              yukino              yukiko              kouhei              hiroto              miyu              nozomi              chinatsu              miyabi              chigusa              chieko              haruko              rinko              harumi              suguru              ritsuko              etsuko              saori              takako              kuniko              satomi             



Examples of "momoko"
After attending the San Francisco Art Institute, Momoko became a member of the Bangkok-based electroclash band Futon (as Momoko Futon).
The story revolves around the main protagonists Shinobu Handa and Momoko Naitou. They have known each other since childhood and Shinobu fell in love with Momoko from the first day they met. Now enrolled in an all-girl high school, Momoko has forgotten about the past, but Shinobu has not. Both follow their own ways, but Shinobu still hopes for Momoko to remember their promise from long ago.
His daughter Momoko Hirotsu (1918-1988) was also a novelist.
In late spring of 1972, two friends of Honda try to arrange a marriage between Tōru and their daughter, Momoko Hamanaka. After dinner, Momoko shows Tōru photo-albums in her room and he makes up his mind to hurt her. The two families go on holiday to Shimoda; it is there that Honda realises that Tōru is secretly hostile to Momoko.
Main vocals: Risako Sugaya, Momoko Tsugunaga, Miyabi Natsuyaki
Mame Momokos (豆momoko: literally, "bean" or "mini" Momokos) are cheaper and cartoony 9 cm (3.5 inch) dolls meant to allow Momoko creators the chance to inexpensively explore wild new outfits. Unlike their taller cousins, Mame Momoko dolls come in male and female, though there are no anatomical differences to speak of.
Momoko throws the medallion into a canal and insists that Tōru must leave Nagisa. Tōru claims that he cannot do it alone, and dictates a letter for Momoko to send to Nagisa. In the letter, Momoko is made to lie that her family is in financial difficulties and that she needs to marry Tōru for his money. Momoko hopes to inspire guilt in Nagisa. After the letter is delivered, Tōru goes to Nagisa's apartment, snatches it from her, and takes it to Honda. The marriage is off.
Momokomotion (Momoko Ueda) is a Japanese multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter/artist based in Bangkok.
When the members of Ichigo's biker gang find out about her new friend,Momoko they are enraged and decide to throw her out of the gang. They plan to challenge her, which means beating her up very badly. Momoko finds out about the challenge and goes to Ichigo's aid. After accidentally scaring the gang out of their minds, Momoko is considered the winner and saves Ichigo, who she secretly believes to be the best friend she could ever have.
Before long, it is revealed to Kōshi and Momoko that five of the six western families are out on a plot to assassinate Kōshi to prevent him from marrying Momoko, which would cement the twelve families together by bonds of blood. This assassination would be the start of a martial artist war, which would be the seventh such war of the twelve zodiac Masters of Japan. Kōshi must now fight for his life as Momoko protects him, hoping he will return her affection.
, is a 1955 Japanese film directed by Fumito Kurata. It was based on a best-seller by Momoko Ishii.
The song was composed and arranged by Tetsuro Oda with lyrics by Momoko Sakura, author of "Chibi Maruko-chan".
Hello! Project Kids members Erika Umeda, Momoko Tsugunaga, Chinami Tokunaga, and Maasa Sudo appear in the pv.
A close partnership teams him up with Momoko Kamiya, the Japanese marimba player, in concerts, master classes and CD recordings.
Okuda is married to writer Kazu Andō and they have two daughters, film director Momoko Ando and actress Sakura Ando.
Many of these dolls have Asian or anime style features. Clothing lines may include Asian themes and in some cases Asian names (such as "Momoko" or "Taeyang"). Some Asian fashion dolls are dominated by Western dress, such as with Momoko Doll's lineup, Pullip's wardrobe, or the extensive Jenny fashions.
The Momoko doll, like most Asian fashion dolls, has visible joints and good flexibility, able to tilt and rotate her head, bend and rotate the elbows, bend the knees, slightly flex and bend near the waist, flex the wrists and ankles, and so on. The Momoko doll is able to stand on her own without help, though a white metal stand is included.
Momoko Saito (born 8 September 1981) is a former Japanese cricketer who played five Women's One Day International cricket matches for Japan national women's cricket team in 2003.
Upon their arrival in the Sahara Desert, the expedition team picks up Momoko, a Japanese woman who is searching for the meaning of death. However, their camp is attacked by black-veiled bandits who kidnap Elsa and Ada. Jackie and Momoko follow the bandits' trail to a slave market, where they save Elsa and Ada from being auctioned off as sex slaves. Meanwhile, the rest of the expedition team are executed by a group of mercenaries led by a wheelchair-bound man. The quartet return to their camp to discover their comrades slain, but Momoko recognizes a statue in one of Elsa's grandfather's pictures and leads them to an ancient temple.
The anime series was directed by Junji Shimizu and Akifumi Zako, and aired in Japan on ABC and other ANN stations between February 1, 2009 and January 31, 2010. It has four pieces of theme music: two opening and two ending themes. The opening theme for episodes the first 25 episodes is by Mizuki Moie, and the ending theme is "You make me happy!" by Momoko Hayashi. For episodes 26–50 the opening theme is by Mizuki Moie and Momoko Hayashi, and the ending theme is "H@ppy Together" by Momoko Hayashi.