Synonyms for ruriko or Related words with ruriko


Examples of "ruriko"
Cranston has also translated the work of poet Mizuno Ruriko.
Suzuki further argues that many audience members believed that Ruriko was inspired by Yanagihara Byakuren 柳原白蓮, who was widely known for her beauty, her talent in poetry, her relation to the emperor, and her marriage to coalmine magnate Itō Den'emon 伊藤傳右衞門. According to Suzuki, Byakuren herself asked Kikuchi Kan whether she played a role in creating Ruriko in "Shinju fujin" and Kikuchi confirmed that there was a connection. Suzuki also connects Ruriko to Nemesis, the goddess of revenge. Suzuki argues that, like the goddess of revenge, Ruriko wanted to avenge the women who have fallen victim to the "violence and self-centered desires of men.".
Ruriko (written: ルリ子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Beat Net Radio and Lantis web radio hosted "Moetan" Listening Radio, featuring Sumi and Ruriko.
"Ai no Kawaki" was made into a 1967 film with the same title, directed by Koreyoshi Kurahara, with Ruriko Asaoka playing Etsuko.
Suika (すいか, in Japanese), which means "watermelon", is a Japanese television drama about four roommates, played by Satomi Kobayashi, Rie Tomosaka, Mikako Ichikawa, and Ruriko Asaoka.
He made his directorial debut in 1957 with "I Am Waiting", starring Yujiro Ishihara, and gained recognition for his bold camera work and angles. He subsequently directed numerous films starring Ishihara and Ruriko Asaoka.
While the native doctor Piripero tends to the gunman's wounds, Ruriko has Toshio retrieve some guns from the elderly Piringo, who reveals to him that he trained her to be a gunman and Akira was their son. Ruriko plans to settle the score with the Genjis once and for all by luring them with a chest loaded with gold nuggets in the middle of town. The Genjis are killed by the gunman and Ruriko while the surviving Heikes make their way back to town. Ruriko kills the Heikes and Kiyomori, avenging her son's death, but is fatally shot by the sheriff, who in turn is shot down by a mortally wounded Toshio and impaled with a tombstone cross by Piripero. The gunman challenges Yoshitsune in a final showdown, with the Genji leader deflecting all the gunman's bullets with his katana. But when Yoshitsune tries to deliver a fatal cut, the gunman catches the blade on his trigger guard, before shooting Yoshitsune in the head with a Derringer he had concealed under his left sleeve.
"Shinju fujin" (真珠夫人 Madame Pearl) brought Kikuchi Kan to fame. This drama takes place in Japan and focuses on the theme of gender in society. The main character, a woman named Karasawa Ruriko 唐沢瑠璃子 is a baron's daughter who is forced into an arranged marriage with the rich Shōda Katsuhei 荘田勝平 to save the family from bankruptcy. Before and after Ruriko's arranged marriage to Katsuhei, she remained faithful to her feelings for Sugino Naoya 杉野直也, her first love, and decided to preserve her virginity. Due to Ruriko's choosing to be sexually pure, Katsuhei attempted to rape Ruriko but died from a sudden heart attack. From then on, she wanted to overcome the male dominance in the society she lived in. For a period of time Ruriko tricked men and played with their emotions, which lead many of them to violent deaths. However, Ruriko eventually was killed by one of her suitors. The name "Shinju fujin" symbolizes Ruriko's purity and preservation of chastity throughout her encounters with different men. She remained pure in body, mind, and soul like a pearl while she gradually rose in power over men. As the story unravels, it encourages the audience to think about Ruriko's motivation to carry out her actions and find the "truth" behind her thinking. According to Michiko Suzuki, this play became popular among female audiences because it gave them strength and the opportunity fulfill "the fantasy of female liberation".
In December 1961, Sakurai was arrested for illegal possession of firearms and swords, and on suspicion of assisting an ultra rightist organization in weapons training and planning a coup. However, he was released due to insufficient evidence. In June 1966, Sakurai took the tonsure, becoming a Buddhist priest, and lived at the temple of Ruriko-ji in Yamaguchi until his death in 1980.
She was the sister of Steel Wind (Ruriko Tsumura) who enlisted the soulless Centurious, an enemy of Ghost Rider, and his agent Reverend Styge to rehabilitate her. In exchange, they transform the sister into the cyborg Steel Vengeance, and Centurious claimed at least Steel Vengeance's soul.
Takayuki Nagatani, a producer of the Moetan moe anime television series, posted on the official series blog that Episode 6 will be replaced by a highlight clips episode in Japan "for various reasons." Episode 6 will be only available on DVD, while Episode 5.5 "Sumi to Ruriko no Moetan Diary" ("Sumi and Ruriko's Moetan Diary") took over its broadcast slot.
Artists in the permanent collection include; Francis Alys, Matthew Barney, Tony Cragg, Olafur Eliasson, Leandro Erlich, Isa Genzken, Kojima Hisaya, Gordon Matta Clark, Peter Newman, Carsten Nicolai, Giuseppe Penone, Gerhard Richter, Murayama Ruriko, Hiraki Sawa, Atsuko Tanaka, James Turrell, Patrick Tuttofuoco, Anne Wilson and Suda Yoshihiro.
The opening theme for the first season is "Star!!" by Cinderella Project (Ayaka Ōhashi, Ayaka Fukuhara, Sayuri Hara, Tomoyo Kurosawa, Sumire Uesaka, Naomi Ōzora, Maaya Uchida, Nozomi Yamamoto, Ruriko Aoki, Aya Suzaki, Hiromi Igarashi, Natsumi Takamori, Yuka Ōtsubo, and Rei Matsuzaki). The second season's opening theme is "Shine!!" by Cinderella Project.
Yokoyama made her debut as Rei, the girlfriend of Jun (played by Hidetaka Yoshioka) in "Kita no Kuni kara '87 Hatsukoi", and has been active in a wide range of dramas, advertisements and variety shows afterwards. She is mostly known for playing the heroine Ruriko in "Shinju Fujin" in 2002.
The series was later adapted into two live-action films in 1972 (directed by Toshio Masuda, starring Yujiro Ishihara, Ryōhei Uchida, Ruriko Asaoka, Tetsurō Tamba, Ryōhei Uchida, Yoshi Kato and Junko Miyashita), as well as the 1983 television drama. A new manga "Shin Kage Gari" (新・影狩り) was started by Kenji Okamura in 2011.
Its origins are traced back to the end of World War II when the Japanese Empire Security Service was established before it became JACES, which was supposed to be used for the basis of a restructured Japanese military before Ruriko went to create the JPP instead.
A lone gunman travels to the town of Yuta, which is run by the warring clans of the white-colored Genji and red-colored Heike. After ignoring requests from both clans to join them, he is given shelter by a woman named Ruriko, who takes care of her mute grandson Heihachi. Ruriko tells the gunman that many years ago, the town prospered in gold mining until both clans fought over the gold and drove away the population. The Heike-aligned sheriff tells the gunman that in the midst of the chaos, a Heike man named Akira married a Genji woman named Shizuka and lived peacefully with their son Heihachi, until Heike leader Kiyomori killed Akira in cold blood, rendering Heihachi mute from the trauma. Seeking protection for her son, Shizuka became a prostitute for the Genji. Since then, Heihachi has been tending to a trio of red and white roses, waiting for the day they bloom.
Steel Wind (original name Ruriko Tsumura) is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics universe, she is a cyborg and mercenary who is normally employed by the Freakmaster and Centurious. She has a sister who has also become a cyborg and goes by the alias Steel Vengeance. Originally Steel Wind was an enemy of the Ghost Riders including Johnny Blaze but has since became their ally after Centurious killed her sister.
The series began serialisation in "Monthly Hero's" magazine on November 1, 2011, which is coincidentally the date of said magazine's first release. The first collected tankōbon volume was published on September 8, 2012. In 2014, support videos were streamed at the official YouTube site of "Monthly Hero's", featuring Ruriko Kojima, Takeshi Tsuruno (actor of Shin Asuka from "Ultraman Dyna") and Susumu Kurobe (actor of Shin Hayata from "Ultraman"). The three were even interviewed, as well as reviewing chapter 4 of the manga themselves.