Synonyms for shinpei or Related words with shinpei

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Examples of "shinpei"
Portrayed by: Shinpei Takagi (Hikaru), Manpei Takagi (Kaoru)
Five years before the events of "Boogiepop Phantom", Nagi Kirima met and befriended Shinpei Kuroda, an undercover agent of the Towa organization, at the local prefecture's hospital. Nagi was hospitalized because she was dying as her body was evolving. Shinpei, upon learning the truth behind Nagi's sickness, betrayed the Towa organization and administered a stolen Towa drug to Nagi that saved her life. He was mortally wounded by Towa agents as he fled from the hospital, leaving the drug behind in the process. Touka Miyashita came across Shinpei (as the Towa Agent Scarecrow) and the psychological trauma from seeing the dying man (after being hit by More Murder) created her Boogiepop persona.
The OVA was later followed by a "Moldiver" manga by Shinpei Itou (the writer of "Hyper Doll"), which ran in "Shōnen Captain".
There is a famous warabe uta associated with "teru teru bōzu", written by Kyoson Asahara and composed by Shinpei Nakayama, that was released in 1921.
Mitsuru left Sug after their concert on 9 May 2009. Their support drummer at the time, Shinpei, became a full-time member of the band after Mitsuru's departure.
He had personal acquaintance with Gotō Shinpei with whom he toured Kyushu sometime between 1909 and 1916 (most likely in October 1910 when Goto visited Kyushu).
Shinpei or Shimpei (written: 心平, 晋平, 新平, 伸平 or 真平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
A sequel, "Momotarō Umi no Shinpei" (1945) also exists. Running at 74 minutes, it is credited as being Japan's first feature-length animated film.
Founded in 1993 by Itagaki Shinpei, also a director of JTF, and winner of Asahi Shimbun, Japan Times and Itabashi Bologna Book Fair prizes. Apparently inactive from around 2012 due to Itagaki's ill health.
She is married with two children. Kaminuma's husband is Shinpei Kaminuma, a Kansai Telecasting Corporation (KTV) television director, producer, executive director, and production director, as well as Media Pulpo (KTV's subsidiary) representative director and chairman.
Tidbits selection: Canadian/North American/International premieres of Anime Mirai - including Juju the Weightless Dugong (Kawamata Hiroshi, 2012), Pretending Not to See (Miyashita Shinpei, 2012), Li’l Spider Girl (Kaiya Toshihisa, 2012), Buta (Tomonaga Kazuhide, 2012).
Gotō died of a cerebral hemorrhage in 1929 while on a visit to Okayama. His papers are preserved at the Gotō Shinpei Memorial Museum, which is situated in his birthplace, Mizusawa City, in Iwate Prefecture.
Jiro became a fan of The Pillows during the "Runners High" tour in 1999, and he and Sawao Yamanaka became good friends. In 2001, Jiro and Sawao did a cover session of Nirvana together, they wanted to work together. In 2004, Jiro participated in the recording of The Pillows' 15th anniversary tribute album "Synchronized Rockers", where he met Shinpei Nakayama, saw his drumming style and thought he was quite talented. And so when the chance came, Jiro and Sawao asked Shinpei if he wanted to form a band together.
"39GalaxyZ" is the fifth single Released by Japanese Visual Kei band Sug, which was released 15 April 2009. The single included two tracks in the regular edition and a music video for the lead title track. This was their last single with drummer Mitsuru in the band, after he left on 9 May 2009. Mitsuru was then replaced by Shinpei.
A music video was produced for the song, which was released on the same day as the single's release. It was directed by Shinpei Uno of Video Camp, and was shot in Eniwa over the course of three days. The video made use of a camera attached to a radio-controlled helicopter to take aerial scenes of Eniwa.
Chiaki and Wahei start getting closer as they learn more about each other's lives. However, Wahei's family start obstructing the development of their relationship. Wahei's brother, Shinpei, starts courting Chiaki, creating a conflicting triangle relationship. On the other hand, Wahei's sister, Noriko, constantly harasses Chiaki. Facing these problematic family members, Chiaki and Wahei try to build and sustain their budding romance.
In 1955 he posthumously received the highest distinction of the Boy Scouts of Japan, the Golden Pheasant Award. His second son Tadatsugu Ozaki, a Boy Scouts of Japan pioneer and later Shizuoka Scout Council President, received the distinction in 1979. His third son Shinpei Iwanami, a President of TEPCO and Boy Scouts of Nippon director, received the distinction in 1994.
This period also saw the popularity of "geisha" singers such as Ichimaru and Katsutaro Kouta. Katsutaro became famous when Fujiyama was turned out of "ryūkōka". Her song sold 600,000 copies. Katsutaro and Issei Mishima recorded duet song "Tokyo Ondo". The song was composed by Shinpei Nakayama and was released in 1933. The single "Tokyo Ondo" sold 1,200,000 copies.
In the musicals, Momoshiro has been portrayed by Eiji Moriyama (2003-2005), Masaki Kaji (2005-2006), Shinpei Takagi (2006-2007), Tetsuya Makita (2007-2009), Toshihiro Nobuyama (2008-2010), Toru Kamitsuru (2010–2012), Masyu Ishiwatari (2012–2014), and Shuto Mashima (2015-2016).
Between March 14 and April 14, 2009, a contest called Do! Creative!! was held to give Do As Infinity fans a chance to compose songs that the band would later perform. Of the approximately 1000 songs received, three were chosen to be placed on "Eternal Flame": "Nighter" composed by Yu, "Kitakaze" composed by Yosuke Kawashima, and "Honō" composed by Shinpei.