Synonyms for rihoko_yoshida or Related words with rihoko_yoshida

masako_katsuki              kotono_mitsuishi              sumi_shimamoto              toshiko_fujita              ai_orikasa              minami_takayama              yoshiko_sakakibara              hiromi_tsuru              yōko_asagami              noriko_ohara              hiroko_emori              hideyuki_tanaka              ikue_ōtani              kazuko_sugiyama              keiko_toda              yuri_shiratori              bin_shimada              kazuya_nakai              ichirō_nagai              kazuhiko_inoue              megan_hollingshead              yuri_amano              chika_sakamoto              noriko_hidaka              aya_hisakawa              tomomichi_nishimura              gara_takashima              emi_shinohara              kumiko_nishihara              makio_inoue              ryōtarō_okiayu              michelle_ruff              rikiya_koyama              toshihiko_seki              mika_doi              yuriko_yamamoto              kappei_yamaguchi              satsuki_yukino              akemi_okamura              takeshi_aono              rei_sakuma              norio_wakamoto              michiko_neya              yasunori_matsumoto              issei_futamata              naoki_tatsuta              keiji_fujiwara              hikaru_midorikawa              eiko_yamada              kei_tomiyama             



Examples of "rihoko_yoshida"
Kurama is voiced by Rihoko Yoshida (original Japanese), Daisy Talley (dub for public TV and movie 1 dub), Stacey Jefferson (dub for BBC 3).
Studio Pierrot, with assistance from Studio Gallop, adapted the manga into an anime television series which premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo on October 8, 1981, where it ran for 95 episodes until its conclusion on October 6, 1983. The episodes were written by Shiori Adachi and directed by the manga's author, Ebihara. Rihoko Yoshida provided the voice of Miss Machiko.
The "haikara" of the title is Benio Hanamura (voiced by: Keiko Yokozawa, known as "Anne" or "Marie" in European dub versions of the anime), a 17-year-old schoolgirl in Tokyo circa 1920 (during the Taishō era). Benio lost her mother when she was very young and has been raised by her father, a high-ranking official in the Japanese army. As a result, she has grown into a tomboy - contrary to traditional Japanese notions of femininity, she studies kendo, drinks sake, dresses in often outlandish-looking Western fashions instead of the traditional kimono, and isn't as interested in housework as she is in literature. She also rejects the idea of arranged marriages and believes in a woman's right to a career and to marry for love. Benio's best friends are the beautiful Tamaki (voiced by: Rihoko Yoshida), who is much more feminine than Benio but equally interested in women's rights, and Ranmaru (voiced by: Kazuko Sugiyama), a young man who was raised to play female roles in the kabuki theater and as a result has acquired very effeminate mannerisms.