Synonyms for otokotachi or Related words with otokotachi
Examples of "otokotachi"
It has been adapted as a kabuki play, "Kanjinchō", and as a movie, "Tora no o-wo fumu
", directed by Kurosawa Akira.
Komura lived on after the war until 1978. He was portrayed by actor Hirotarō Honda in the 2005 Japanese movie "
Kusaka was portrayed by Ichirō Ryūzaki in the 1970 film "Tora! Tora! Tora!", by Pat Morita in the 1976 movie "Midway", by in the 1981 film "" (lit. "Combined Fleet", released in the United States as "The Imperial Navy") and by in Toei's 2005 film "
While Fishmans received only scarce international recognition during their active years, "98.12.28
no Wakare" has become lauded among several online music communities. User ratings on the website RateYourMusic (RYM) have made the album chart as the 131th greatest album of all time, as well as the second-best album of 1999. The high ranking is despite significantly fewer ratings than most of the other albums on RYM's top chart.
"Confession of Pain" was released in Hong Kong theatres on 21 December 2006. The two-disc DVD edition, two-disc DVD special edition (with postcard book) and VCD edition were all released in Hong Kong on 14 February 2007. The DVD editions feature audio in DTS-ES and a second disc featuring a documentary of the making of the movie, photo galleries and other bonus features. The Japanese release rights went to Avex Trax, with the title ""Kizudarake no
"" (傷だらけの男たち), which roughly translates as "Heavily Scarred Men".
In 1997, after being awarded several Certificates of Excellence by the magazine Communication Arts he subsequently featured in three of their CA Illustration Annuals. One of these awards was for an image commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company for a production of Othello; another, for a portrait of Bertrand Russell used on a biographical book jacket. A New York-based advertising agency saw his work and selected him - as one of four artists - to paint 'live' for a Kirin beer campaign in New York. There followed a 4-man show of each artist's work at the Kirin Art Space in central Tokyo, Japan entitled ' New York No
' (4 Painters from New York).
Kondō released the single "Banka (
no Banka)" on December 23, 2008, and the single "Motto" on December 13, 2009. On February 22, 2010, he released the single "Zanbara". The first track, "Kokoro Zanbara", and the second track, "Koi Zanbara", were composed by Hal and Tsukasa respectively. The lyrics of both songs were written by Kōhan Kawauchi. Kawauchi sent the lyrics of the song to Johnny & Associates in 1989 but it had never been released until Kawauchi's death in 2008. The reason given was that the song seemed to be too sad for Kondo whose mother died in 1986.
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