Synonyms for nobuko or Related words with nobuko

mieko              mayuko              chieko              makiko              michiyo              fumiko              sumiko              kuniko              hideko              kazuko              kazue              tomoko              harumi              yasuko              yoshiko              rieko              yurie              takako              kumiko              yoriko              yukie              noriko              yukiko              otowa              masumi              yousuke              masako              mayumi              setsuko              sachio              haruko              misako              eisuke              fumi              taeko              etsuko              miyoko              wakako              junko              machiko              yuriko              chizuko              yumiko              kyoichi              shizue              hiroko              mikako              chiharu              shinpei              miwako             



Examples of "nobuko"
Nobuko Takagi (高樹 のぶ子 "Takagi Nobuko", born April 9, 1946) is the pen-name of Nobuko Tsuruta, a Japanese author.
Nobuko Ogawa and Atsko Tanaka have published a book "Big Little Nobu. Student of Frank Lloyd Wright Woman Architect Nobuko Tsuchiura".
In 1978, after the death of his ex-wife, he married Nobuko Otowa.
Nobuko Tsuchiura (1900 – 1998) was the first woman architect in Japan.
Since her marriage, Nobuko is styled as "Her Imperial Highness" Princess Tomohito of Mikasa.
Dobu (どぶ) is a 1954 Japanese film written and directed by Kaneto Shindo and starring Nobuko Otowa.
Nyōgo: Fujiwara no "Jutsushi"/Nobuko (藤原述子) (933–947), daughter of Fujiwara no Saneyori (藤原実頼)
Also on his "short list" is a 1989 recording, with Iona Brown, and with Nobuko Imai, viola.
"Nyōgo": Fujiwara Nobuko/"Enshi" (藤原延子) (1016–1095), 2nd daughter of Fujiwara no Yorimune (藤原頼宗)
The cast includes Rentarō Mikuni (Buhei Mikai, the film director), Masahiko Tsugawa (Doctor Ogata) and Nobuko Miyamoto (Buhei‘s wife).
Empress: Fujiwara no "Junshi"/Nobuko (藤原遵子) (957–1017), daughter of Fujiwara no Yoritada (藤原頼忠)
"The Strangling" was in competition at the 1979 Venice Film Festival, where Nobuko Otowa won the award for Best Actress.
"Ageman" was nominated for four Japanese Academy Awards—Best Director (Juzo Itami), Best Actress (Nobuko Miyamoto), Best Screenplay (Juzo Itami) and Best Editing (Akira Suzuki).
Wolf has collaborated with Nobuko Imai, Sergei Krylov, and Christine Brewer. She records regularly for many radio stations including the BBC, CBS, CBC, IBO, WGBH, NRK and GLR.
Nobuko was born in Japan, the daughter of Emperor Meiji and Lady Sachiko. She held the childhood appellation "Fumi no miya" (Princess Fumi).
, born on 9 April 1955, is a member of the Japanese Imperial Family as the widow of Prince Tomohito of Mikasa. She is also known as Princess Nobuko.
The second elder sister, "Nobuko" was teaching at primary school as a substitute teacher, she has wished to change something, even during the war.
The title character of the film, played by Nobuko Miyamoto, is a tax investigator for the Japanese National Tax Agency who employs various techniques to catch tax evaders.
Nobuko Otowa's dialogue to camera was recorded six years before the rest of the film was made, before Otowa's death in 1994.
Ito and Makoto's friends in the drama club, Yoshirô, Misaki, and Nobuko, first appeared in another manga by Emura, "Mokugekisha" ("Eyewitness").