Synonyms for shinichiro or Related words with shinichiro

masakazu              tsuneo              eiichi              katsutoshi              toshiyuki              yoshito              yasuhiko              mikio              mitsuru              shunichi              kazuaki              shunji              kazuhiko              keishi              masahiko              mitsuo              katsumi              kouichi              kunihiko              takehiro              kyoichi              katsuhisa              katsuji              junji              toshihiko              yukihiko              tasuku              kazunori              yasushi              sachio              kiyotaka              hisao              norio              tamotsu              masatoshi              motohiro              shinpei              toshiharu              eisuke              atsuo              takehiko              masafumi              takayoshi              yoshikazu              mieko              shojiro              mitsutoshi              takahiro              mitsuhiro              yoshiyuki             



Examples of "shinichiro"
Japanese voice actor: Tomokazu Seki, Shinichiro Ishikawa (film)
"Voiced by:" Shinichiro Miki (Japanese), Illich Guardiola (English)
Voiced by: Shinichiro Miki (Japanese); Jake Carpenteria (English)
Shinichiro Sakurai died of heart failure on January 17, 2011.
The current proprietor of Aritsugu is Shinichiro Terakubo, who took over from his father in 1956 when Shinichiro was 17 years of age. He is the 18th generation to be involved in the running of the store since its inception. Shinichiro teaches cooking, knife sharpening and use classes through the store.
The novel was adapted into a film in 1984, directed by Shinichiro Sawai.
He was interested in tacit knowing, a concept which Michael Polanyi and Shinichiro Kurimoto also developed.
Yoshihiko and Masashi play Tatsuru and Shinichiro, respectively, both young male hustlers in Japan. The older one, Tatsuru, disconnects himself from his emotions in order to perform his job. The younger Shinichiro, meanwhile, grows uncomfortable with the work once he has fallen in love with Tatsuru. After Shinichiro gets thrown out of his parents' house, he stays at Tatsuru's apartment, and their once casual relationship awkwardly develops into something else.
Goku Black is voiced by Masako Nozawa, while Zamasu is voiced by Shinichiro Miki in Japanese media.
His published but unfilmed scenario, has been called lesescenario by figures such as the director Shinichiro Sawai.
Shinichiro Sakaki: Used to be an immunology researcher at National Medical Research Center. Another person Akiba can't manipulate.
Fumiaki Nishihara, Go Nakanishi, Kenji Kamiyama, Shinichiro Watanabe and Hachioji-P were special guests for the event.
Nimura and Shinichiro see a huge swarm of jellyfish in a man-made river, making their way out to sea. One of jellyfishes stings Shinichiro, rendering him unconscious. The gang of youths, now released from police custody, wonder what became of Nimura while they walk aimlessly down the street.
The film's music, produced by Shinichiro Watanabe, as well as the score by Seiichi Yamamoto includes an image song by Fayray and piano performed by Yōko Kanno.
In the run-up to the first film, producer Shinichiro Shirakura said he would like to make this type of movie the norm for spring films.
The scripts for the dialogue tracks are credited to Shinichiro Watanabe and Dai Sato and the translation was done by Agnes S. Kaku.
His 1975 film "Torakku Yarō: Goiken Muyō", starring Bunta Sugawara and co-written with Shinichiro Sawai, was also a huge success and spawned nine sequels.
The Skyline was largely designed and engineered by Shinichiro Sakurai from inception, and he remained a chief influence of the car until his death in 2011.
He is part of the voice actor quartet "Weiß", which also consists of Weiß Kreuz voice castmates Tomokazu Seki, Takehito Koyasu, and Shinichiro Miki.
In 2007 the Asakawa garden in Saybrook College, designed by Shinichiro Abe, was dedicated to mark the centennial of Asakawa's appointment as an instructor of history at Yale.