Synonyms for nakamaru or Related words with nakamaru

shioya              kentarou              tsunehiko              kinya              michiyo              miyasako              utako              takehiro              kozuki              kuniko              yousuke              tomonori              kondou              misako              hiroe              shinpei              kiyohiko              rieko              kotoe              yumiko              sachio              momoi              mayuko              kunihiro              yoshito              eisuke              miyoko              ayuko              mitsuhiko              mitsutoshi              mizuhara              kutsuna              teruyuki              aragaki              masaomi              mitsue              sanpei              katsuji              kohinata              taneda              hisayuki              hidemi              toshiharu              mikiko              shozo              tatsuko              katsuo              kimio              miwako              kaburagi             

Examples of "nakamaru"
Nakamaru was married to the film and television actor Tadao Nakamaru, who died on 23 April 2009.
Nakamaru asserts that she is the granddaughter of the Emperor Meiji. These claims have been disputed in a Korean newspaper article.
The station takes its name from a steel bridge ("tekkyō" in Japanese) across the Nakamaru River, and translates as the "Takada Railway Bridge".
It was announced in mid-June that members Kazuya Kamenashi, Koki Tanaka and Yuichi Nakamaru would star in this year's "Dream Boy" musicals as the leads, shows will commence from September 3 to 25.
Former members Jin Akanishi, Koki Tanaka and Junnosuke Taguchi hosted "KAT-TUN Style" together from April 2006 until March 2012. Yuichi Nakamaru and Tatsuya Ueda hosted "R-One KAT-TUN" every Tuesday from 12am – 12:30am.
Other subsequent performances were on "Utawara" on October 1 and November 26 - the latter being a medley performance of "SIGNAL", "Shorty" and "Understandable" and "Shōnen Club" on November 5, which Yuichi Nakamaru performed alone.
Then he manufacture and sell physics and chemistry instruments, electric furnace/thermostatic bath and measuring instruments though, the factory was burnt down by Great Kanto earthquake in 1923. He built a new factory at Nakamaru, Itabashi and resumed business again.
Taguchi Junnosuke also had his own radio show called "Tag-tune driving" and a radio show together with Yuichi Nakamaru called "KAT-TUN no Gatsūn" from April 2012 and ended in March 2016.
From 2006 until March 2011, he hosted the popular TV variety show "Shounen Club" (Boys Club) alongside KAT-TUN member Nakamaru Yuichi. Now he can be seen weekly as a newscaster on NTV's daily news program called "News Every".
Nemuranai Machi: Shinjuku Same, which is known in English as "The City That Never Sleeps: Shinjuku Shark" is a 1993 Japanese film, which was directed by Yōjirō Takita. The movie stars Hiroyuki Sanada, Tadanobu Asano, Tadao Nakamaru.
From 2005 to January 2007, KAT-TUN was a regular participant in the variety show "Utawara Hot Hit 10" with Jun Matsumoto. From October 8, 2006, members Tanaka Koki & Nakamaru Yuichi hosted the show YouTachi! YOUたち! together, until the show ended on September 30, 2007.
Tanaka, Junnosuke Taguchi, Yuichi Nakamaru and Tatsuya Ueda began playing a minute and a half long previews of several tracks of the album on their respective radio shows, "KAT-TUN Style" and "R-One KAT-TUN", from May 21–28, 2008. The songs that were leaked were: "Taboo", "Mother/Father", "Affection: Mō Modorenai", "Hell, No", "Un" and "Distance".
Nakamaru officially joined Johnny & Associates in November 1998 with bandmate Kazuya Kamenashi and agency mates Jin Akanishi, Takahisa Masuda, Taisuke Fujigaya and Ryōichi Tsukada, who were all in the same audition. He was a member of four temporary units while still a Johnny's Jr. - Boys Be Ambitious (B.B.A), Musical Academy Dancing (M.A.D), Best Beat Dancing (B.B.D), and Toshi Otoko.
The film also starred Ichirō Nakatani, Makoto Satō, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Jun Tazaki, Yuriko Hoshi, Tadao Nakamaru, Tatsuyoshi Ehara, Kumi Mizuno, Hideyo Amamoto (as Eisei Amamoto), Yutaka Nakayama, Masanari Nihei (as Masanori Nihei), Yoshifumi Tajima, Kazuo Suzuki, Ren Yamamoto, Naoya Kusakawa and Ikio Sawamura.
Nakamaru was born in Kita-ku, but raised in Sumida-ku, Tokyo. He is the oldest child in a family of five composed of his parents and two younger sisters with 6 and 4 years age difference respectively. He has a fear of heights and phobia of needles.
When he was a member of KAT-TUN, he was recognized as the rapper in the group and has a hip-hop-influenced style. Out of the other members, Tanaka was most often paired up with Yuichi Nakamaru and they even formed a comedy duo 'TaNaka'. After leaving Johnny & Associates, Tanaka formed a new rock band, INKT.
Gamaran is written and drawn by Nakamaru Yousuke. It is serialized in the Weekly Shonen Magazine. The manga is relatively young, the first chapter being published in May 2009. There are currently a total of 173 chapters, 77 having been released between May 2009 and August 2010. Currently, Gamaran is only available through Japan’s Weekly Shonen Magazine.
Kamenashi and fellow KAT-TUN member Koki Tanaka paired up to play the lead roles for the shows held in 2007 and 2008. The pair collaborated once again as the leads for the 2011 shows alongside fellow KAT-TUN member Yuichi Nakamaru. The 2012 shows for the musical began in September, and once again Kamenashi reprised his role as the lead for the musical.
Twelfth single release from KAT-TUN including the song "Going!," theme song of a Japanese TV program, "Going! Sports & News." Regular edition includes a bonus track "Fall Down" and two karaoke tracks. Limited edition A includes a bonus track "Smile" and a bonus DVD with a music video and making-of footage of the single. Limited edition B includes two bonus tracks "I don't miss U" (Koki Tanaka solo) and "Answer" (Yuichi Nakamaru solo). Features alternate jacket artwork.
In 2010, Akanishi left the group to start a solo career, making the group's acronym then come from KAmenashi, Taguchi, Tanaka, Ueda, and Nakamaru, and the group toured with five members. In 2013, Tanaka's contract was terminated for several violations, leaving KAT-TUN as a four-man ensemble, and Tatsuya Ueda took the T to keep the acronym. By the end of March 2016, Taguchi left both the group and the agency, leaving KAT-TUN with only three remaining members.