Synonyms for sadao_abe or Related words with sadao_abe

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Examples of "sadao_abe"
Monji is a skilled anesthesiologist who charges high amount for every surgery. He is portrayed in the live action series by Sadao Abe.
2001 Debut as TV scriptwriter for BS-i drama "Judge Café". Wrote "A side B" (Kyozo Nagatsuka、Sadao Abe etc.), "the Apartment" (Masahiko Nishimura, Harumi Inoue), "Ai no Uta" (Hiroyuki Ikeuchi, Tsugumi, etc.), "Cell phone detective Ai Zenigata" (Aoi Miyazaki, etc.) for other dramas on BS-i.
This television series will star actor Sadao Abe, child actor Fuku Suzuki, and child actress Mana Ashida. Sadao Abe will play Mamoru Takagi, a single man who is an employee at a stationery maker. He said that he had "suddenly become a father on Sunday nights" and that he looked forward to his role in this series. Actress Mana Ashida previously made headlines in Japan for being the youngest lead star in a Japanese television drama when she starred in a NTV 2-hour long special, "Sayonara Bokutachi no Youchien". She is also noted for her role in the 2009 television series "Mother". This will be her first lead role in a Japanese television series. Together with child actor Suzuki Fuku, they will play Mamoru's deceased friend's twin children.
Residents in a town have a hard time due to the land tax and forced labor. 9 people, including Juzaburo Kokutaya (Sadao Abe), worry about the future of their town. They then set up a plan to save the town. The plan is to lend large amounts of money to han (historical term for the estate of a warrior) and distribute the interest annually to the residents, but if they're caught they will lose their lives.
Born in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Matsuo started his own theatre troupe, Otona Keikaku, in 1988 and was joined by such talent as Kankuro Kudo and Sadao Abe. He won the Kishida Prize for Drama in 1997 for "Fankī! Uchū wa mieru tokoro made shika nai". In addition to acting and directing, he also writes, and won the Japan Academy Prize for Screenplay of the Year in 2008 for "". As a novelist, he has twice been nominated for the Akutagawa Prize.
"Friends: Mononoke Shima no Naki" was first announced on 7 December 2010. It is directed by Takashi Yamazaki, who previously directed the 2010 film "Space Battleship Yamato". Shingo Katori, Koichi Yamadera, You, Sadao Abe and Seishiro Kato were announced as the film's voice cast in the same announcement. This film is billed as a "3-D Computer Graphics (3DGC)" anime film. A 2-D version of the film will also be produced and release at the same time as the 3-D version.
Kimihiko Onizuka (Sadao Abe) is a salaryman infatuated with maiko (apprentice geisha) and whose greatest goal in life is to play a party game called yakyuken with one. Upon being transferred to his company's Kyoto branch, he dumps his coworker girlfriend Fujiko (Kou Shibasaki) and makes his first ever visit to a geisha house. However, when the realization of Kimihiko's lifelong dream is rudely interrupted by a professional baseball star named Kiichiro Naito (Shinichi Tsutsumi), he vows revenge by becoming a pro baseball player himself. Meanwhile, Fujiko decides to become an apprentice geisha. A rivalry between Kimihiko and Naito ensues where they try to out-do each other at baseball, K-1, cooking, acting and even politics.