Synonyms for ryohei_suzuki or Related words with ryohei_suzuki

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Examples of "ryohei_suzuki"
A live-action adaptation of the "Inspector Zenigata" spin-off manga will air in Japan in 2017. The project is a collaboration between NTV, WOWOW and Hulu Japan and will star Ryohei Suzuki, Atsuko Maeda and Takahiro Miura.
In 1986, Ryohei Suzuki was selected as the coach of the Japan women's national football team, the first "All Japan" team. In 1989, the "Japan Women's Football League" (abbreviated to "L. League") was established, and the women’s national team qualified for the "1991 FIFA Women's World Cup" in China.
Hentai Kamen is a 2013 Japanese superhero action comedy film written and directed by , starring Ryohei Suzuki in the title role and based on the manga series "Kyūkyoku!! Hentai Kamen" created by . It was released in Japan by on April 13, 2013. A sequel titled "" was released in Japan on May 14, 2016.
The movie was directed by Yūichi Fukuda, known for manga-based TV dramas like One Pound Gospel and Saru Lock. The cast includes Ryohei Suzuki as the protagonist Kyosuke and Fumika Shimizu as the lead girl. The theme song is "Emotions" by Man With A Mission and the insert theme song is "Blast" by Anthem.
Hentai Kamen: Abnormal Crisis is a 2016 Japanese superhero action comedy film written and directed by , starring Ryohei Suzuki in the title role and based on the manga series "Kyūkyoku!! Hentai Kamen" created by . The film is a sequel to 2013's "Hentai Kamen". It was released in Japan by Toei Company on May 14, 2016.
News about the disappearance of panties is covered every day. Kyosuke (Ryohei Suzuki) still wears Aiko’s (Fumika Shimizu) panties to battle evil. Meanwhile, Aiko has mixed emotions and decides to get her panties back from Kyosuke. Kyosuke suffers from the loss of Aiko's panties and disappears. The biggest enemy yet appears in front of Kyosuke.
Akiko (Atsuko Maeda), a young woman, comes to Vladivostok to meet Matsunaga (Ryohei Suzuki), a young businessman she has met in Tokyo only once. Akiko finally finds Matsunaga. However, he leaves her again, warning her not to trust strangers in a foreign country. She tries to follow him, but she is attacked by thugs and dumped on the outskirts of town.
A live-action television adaptation aired between October 24, and December 26, 2013 on MBS, and TBS. Starring Shunya Shiraishi as Akira, other cast members include Ryohei Suzuki, Rio Yamashita, Megumi Sato, Rui Kurihara, Yuya Endo, Shingo Tsurumi, and Yūga Yamato. The series was released on DVD on March 26, 2014. A sequel television series adapting "Higanjima: Saigo no 47 Nichikan" and featuring the same cast was announced in August 2014.
Asahi Optical introduced its first 35 mm camera in 1952. Unlike the majority of Japanese camera manufacturers of the time, Asahi made a conscious decision not to produce a mere German rangefinder copy, a relatively simple task. Instead Asahi decided to copy the Praktiflex, a 1939 design, made in the German Democratic Republic. Asahi's designers (Nobuyuki Yoshida and Ryohei Suzuki) were convinced of the inherent superiority of the SLR and so proceeded along these lines. This effort resulted in the Asahiflex I, which was also the first Japanese 35mm SLR.