Synonyms for santoka or Related words with santoka

zakura              yuushi              suzuri              harukawa              gakuto              fuyuhiko              hideji              tomotaka              arishima              tokui              amamoto              komparu              zenji              munehiro              akimi              ishiki              tsutae              ruriko              takaba              taneda              seiryu              kanzan              chiyako              kotoe              niizuma              kyosai              sachio              honjou              gettan              honami              higasa              sazen              iriya              yamanoue              zukushi              hirasaka              zenshu              mitsue              choji              seisho              koutaro              sakurano              seitaro              shihoko              heizaemon              osaragi              natsuyama              shizuki              ryousuke              shigemori             



Examples of "santoka"
The food court has many traditional foods, such as sushi, tempura, noodles, etc. It is made of the Otafuku-tei [Now Replaced by Gabutto Burger], Kayaba, Santoka Ramen, Jockey Express, Daikichi Sushi, Pastry House Hippo, and Mama House restaurants. Mitsuwa also has a travel agency named JTB. There are two entertainment shops in Mitsuwa Chicago, JBC Video, a Japanese video rental store, and Sanseido Book Store, a Japanese book shop. A cell phone store, Galaxy Wireless, is also located at the Chicago Mitsuwa.
In Russia, Aleksandr Pushkin exemplified a rise of lyric poetry during the 18th and early 19th centuries. The Swedish "Phosphorists" were influenced by the Romantic movement and their chief poet Per Daniel Amadeus Atterbom produced many lyric poems. Italian lyric poets of the period include Ugo Foscolo, Giacomo Leopardi, Giovanni Pascoli, and Gabriele D'Annunzio. Spanish lyric poets include Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, Rosalía de Castro, and José de Espronceda. Japanese lyric poets include Taneda Santoka, Masaoka Shiki, and Ishikawa Takuboku.
Hofmann’s worldwide wanderings reminded Jikihara of the mendicant, eccentric, sake-loving Zen monk Santoka Taneda (1882-1940) and he suggested they do a series of works based on the monk’s haiku. The 1988 Osaka exhibition of Hofmann’s 30 brush paintings, with Jikihara’s calligraphic rendering of the haiku interwoven into them was the first collaborative exhibition by master and student. They later exhibited work together at the Gyokusei Museum, Awajishima and at the Hakusa Sonso Villa in Kyoto. Toward the end of Jikihara’s life, Hofmann worked with him on large murals, often painting areas toward the top that his elderly teacher could no longer reach. Hofmann also collaborated and exhibited poem-painting-scrolls shigajiku, with Fukushima Keido, the abbot of Kyoto’s Tofukuji Temple