Synonyms for shinjitsu or Related words with shinjitsu

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Examples of "shinjitsu"
The "jinghu" was also featured prominently in the single "Shinjitsu no Uta" by the Japanese band Do as Infinity.
Gradually, as their musical style transitioned to a dance beat, w-inds. released another double A-side single "New World/Truth (Saigo no Shinjitsu)" on December 9, 2009. The single debuted at #2 on the Oricon Weekly Charts. "Truth (Saigo no Shinjitsu)" was composed by the American singer and songwriters Ne-Yo and B. Howard, who acknowledged their talent after coming across their act. The promotional video for "Truth (Saigo no Shinjitsu)" was filmed during W-inds' stay in Hong Kong for the Sweet Fantasy Tour. The b-side to the single was titled "Tribute" and, as the title implied, was a tribute to Michael Jackson.
Do As Infinity's fourteenth single, "Shinjitsu no Uta", was released in October, and sparked the beginning of a new project for the band. "Shinjitsu no Uta" was also chosen to be the fifth ending theme for "InuYasha". "Shinjitsu no Uta" became famous in China in July 2002 and was also translated into Mandarin. In the booklet of "Do The A-side", Kawamura stated that "Shinjitsu no Uta" was actually written two years before the actual release. Dai said that he left it as a demo because he felt that something was missing in the song. Despite their success, Do As Infinity wanted to show their fans that they had not forgotten them. They advertised on their website for fans to send them short stories using the band's previous releases as themes and using the word "shinjitsu" (truth) somewhere in the story. Entitled "Your Truth", these stories are now available in book form. The band closed out the year with another live tour, understandably titled "Do As Infinity greatest year 02: All Standing", and the year-end release of their fourth album, "True Song".
In 2009, Sankei Books published her book "Kantō Daishinsai ‘Chōsenjin Gyakusatsu’ No Shinjitsu" in which she concludes that there was no massacre of Koreans during the Great Kantō earthquake but rather there was a legitimate security operation undertaken to prevent groups taking advantage of the chaos to activate a plot to assassinate Prince Regent Hirohito.
Today Kaikosha publishes books, collections of imperial rescripts, collection of documents relating to military history, and their official newsletter, the Kaiko. In 2006 they released the book "Taikoku Roshia ni Naze Katta no ka – Nichiro Senso no Shinjitsu" ("Why did we defeat the great power Russia – The truth about the Russo-Japanese War").
Nohashi, the smallest Último Dragón Gym trainee ever, made his pro wrestling debut in Toryumon Mexico in 2002 under the name of Koichiro Arai, Kenichiro Arai's (kayfabe) little brother. Koichiro teamed with Kenichiro and later with Chuichiro, the third brother, and wrestled in Toryumon Mexico and Toryumon X until 2004, when he changed his name to Shinjitsu Nohashi, the mini version of Jinsei Shinzaki.
Ibushi would go on to become Hustle Kamen Orange for Hustle, teaming with Hustle Kamen Red and the rest of the Hustle Kamen stable. Ibushi went on to team up with Fuka to win his first accomplishment in professionally wrestling, Dragon Mixture Tournament, by defeating Shinjitsu Nohashi and Yoshitsune in the final.
"Love Flies" is the nineteenth single by L'Arc-en-Ciel, released on October 27, 1999. The b-side is Yukihiro's remix version of the song "Shinjitsu to Gensou to" from their 1999 album "Ark". The single debuted at number 1 on the Oricon chart, and charted for another 13 weeks.
The Barnes Review edition was subsequently translated into Japanese in 2004 by a pair of Japanese translators, Hideo Tanaka and Kenkichi Sakita, and became an instant success, selling out 10 successive re-printings before 2007 when it was reissued as a mass market paperback. Gregory Clark noted that the Japanese edition of "Ways That Are Dark", which was entitled "Ankoku Tairiku Chūgoku no Shinjitsu" ("The Truth About the Dark Continent China"), had garnered widespread popularity among members of the Japanese right-wing.
In 2005, a supplementary volume was released entitled "The Truth of "Manga – The Hate Korea Wave"!" (, "Manga Kenkanryū no Shinjitsu", ISBN 4-7966-4973-5, published by Takarajima-sha and released 2005-10-21), which attempted to bolster its claims that the arguments presented in "The Hate Korea Wave" are based in fact. A book debunking "Kenkanryu" has recently been released in Japan, however, entitled "This Part of "Manga Kenkanryu" is Nonsense – A Serious Rebuttal".
Gates of Heaven is an album by Do As Infinity. It was released in 2003. "Azayaka na Hana" is one of the first songs Ryo Owatari wrote before auditioning for Do as Infinity, it was written for his former band, "Peek-A-Boo!" He also recorded a new version of the song with his new band Missile Innovation in their self-titled mini-album. The Asia version of the album included a Mandarin version of "Shinjitsu no Uta" as a bonus track.
Kaientai reunited once again on the 2006 New Year's Eve Indie Summit show where TAKA Michinoku, Sho Funaki, Kaz Hayashi, Dick Togo and MEN's Teioh defeated Makoto Oishi, KUDO, Katsuya Kishi, Shinjitsu Nohashi and Milanito Collection a.t. The Kaientai team claimed victory after Togo hit Oishi with a diving aenton. On January 25, 2007, TAKA Michinoku, MEN's Teioh and Dick Togo appeared in Dragon Gate to take on the team of CIMA, BxB Hulk and Matt Sydal.
Published in Japan in 2001, the book "Rikugun Noborito Kenkyujo no shinjitsu" or "The Truth About the Army Noborito Institute" revealed that members of a covert section of the Imperial Japanese Army that took part in biological warfare during World War II also worked for the "chemical section" of a U.S. clandestine unit hidden within Yokosuka Naval Base during the Korean War as well as on projects inside the United States from 1955 to 1959.
Marshall has acquired a blue tie with a yellow-duck pattern, which Barney despises because he finds the design unstylish. Now that Lily is pregnant, her breasts have gotten bigger, so Barney wants to see them; both Lily and Marshall refuse. The group decide to go to "Shinjitsu", a teppanyaki restaurant, for dinner, where Barney insults the cooking style, claiming he can do with ease all the techniques the chef can do. Marshall becomes angry and challenges Barney to do every technique, with permission to touch Lily's breasts if he succeeds. If Barney fails, he must wear the duck tie for one year.
According to "Fukuzawa Yukichi no Shinjitsu" ("The Truth of Fukuzawa Yukichi", 2004, ISBN 4-16-660394-9) by Yō Hirayama, this view is a misunderstanding due to the influence of Mikiaki Ishikawa, who was the author of a biography of Fukuzawa (1932) and the editor of his "Complete Works" (1925–1926 and 1933–1934). According to Hirayama, Ishikawa inserted anonymous editorials into the "Complete Works", and inserted historically inaccurate material into his biography. In fact, says Hirayama, Fukuzawa did criticize the Chinese and Korean governments but he did not discriminate against the Chinese and Korean people. Discriminatory statements attributed to Fukuzawa, he says, were actually due to Ishikawa.
However, Toryumon veteran K-ness reminded him that it was Dragon Gate who had abandoned KAGETORA and the rest of Toryumon X, not the other way around. K-ness did state that he was happy for Toryumon X wrestlers such as El Blazer and Shinjitsu Nohashi for returning, but not KAGETORA, and he dismissed him and referred to him by his dojo boy name, "Hashimoto-kun". This led to the announcement of KAGETORA first two Dragon Gate matches, against m.c.KZ and then K-ness. He then joined up with the Real Hazard stable.
Sugi started wrestling for Michinoku Pro Wrestling in October 2004. He debuted during the "Futaritabi Tag Team Tournament 2004" under the gimmick of ', a super sentai character similar to the one he played in Hustle. Teaming up with Michinoku Ranger Silver, Sugi got important victories over Jinsei Shinzaki and Shinjitsu Nohashi and Los Salseros Japoneses, but they did not win the league. They kept their gimmicks until December, when Sugi adopted the gimmick of ', a masked monk inspired on the historical Minamoto no Yoshitsune. Shanao would come to the ring carrying a katana and saying prayers, and drew popularity among the audience for his high-risk, aerial style of wrestling.
In 1959, Takeyama created a literary magazine, "Jiyu" ("Freedom"), together with fellow novelist Hirabayashi Taiko. He also started to write travelogues. His works "Koto Henreki: Nara" (Pilgrimage to the ancient capital, Nara), and "Nihonjin to Bi" (The Japanese and Beauty) combine his broad and deep understanding of the classic arts of Japan and his sensitivity to European literature. He also wrote "Yoroppa no Tabi" ("Travels in Europe") and "Maboroshi to Shinjitsu: Watashi no Sobieto Kembun" ("Fantasy and Truth: My Observations of the Soviet Union"), in which he analyzed Western civilization and his perception of the failure of the communist system in the Soviet Union.
In November 2005, the limited edition of the fourth Japanese volume was published with a Misaki figurine which caused sales of the manga to skyrocket, and was once ranked third at Japan's Amazon website in terms of sales. The limited edition of the sixth volume, released in November 2006 in Japan, included the hard copy of the bishōjo game from the manga, "True World: Shinjitsu no Sekai". The game was authored by Tatsuhiko Takimoto, the characters designed by Kendi Oiwa and produced by Circus (famous for ""). The limited edition of the eighth volume included a diploma signifying graduation from being a "hikikomori".
Okimoto's first apparition in M-Pro was at the "Futaritabi Tag Team League", wrestling under the mask of Michinoku Ranger Silver with Michinoku Ranger Gold as his partner, doing a super sentai gimmick not unlike they did in HUSTLE. The duo got important victories over Los Salseros Japoneses (Pineapple Hanai and Mango Fukuda) and Jinsei Shinzaki and Shinjitsu Nohashi, but they did not win the league, which was taken by The Great Sasuke and GARUDA. In December, the team was dissolved and Okimoto adopted the gimmick of Rasse, a masked character representing the Aomori Nebuta Matsuri. He first teamed up with the former Ranger Gold, now known as Shanao, and the two gained a title shot for the Tohoku Tag Titles against Great Sasuke and Dick Togo, but were beaten.