Synonyms for sosuke or Related words with sosuke

ryunosuke              yousuke              eisuke              katsuo              jinnai              kyousuke              rokuro              tokiko              eijiro              busujima              chiyoko              shinpachi              bunta              momoka              ruriko              kuranosuke              yusaku              kuniko              saeko              tasuku              hiroto              kojiro              yukie              souji              miyoko              mitsuhiko              fumika              takehito              hidetaka              kozuki              urara              chiharu              sayoko              sousuke              misako              kohinata              kyoichi              yuuko              kinnosuke              yakusho              shuichiro              suguru              andou              shozo              tomonori              mihoko              nishizono              miyasako              hasumi              michiyo             



Examples of "sosuke"
strongest and most powerful in Sosuke Aizen’s army; each member
The cast includes Satoshi Tsumabuki as Kiyoaki Matsugae, Yūko Takeuchi as Satoko Ayakura, and Sosuke Takaoka as Shigekuni Honda.
Ichimura is also featured in the anime series, "Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto", the short OVA" Hijikata Toshizou - Shiro no Kiseki" and NHK's "" portrayed by Sosuke Ikematsu.
An album track, "15 no Kotoba", was used as the theme song to the film "Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora", starring Sosuke Ikematsu.
Kyle Snyder (Olympic champion), Cody Brewer and Nick Gwiazdowski (NCAA All-American), Gadzhimurad Rashidov (European champion), Rei Higuchi (Olympic silver medalist) and Sosuke Takatani (World 2014 runner-up) competed in this tournament.
Zelimkhan Khadjiev (born May 20, 1994) is a French freestyle wrestler. He competed in the men's freestyle 74 kg event at the 2016 Summer Olympics, in which he was eliminated in the round of 16 by Sosuke Takatani.
Sōsuke, Sosuke or Sousuke (written: 宗佑, 宗輔, 宗助, 壮祐, 壮介, 壮亮, 荘介, 蒼甫, or 創介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
"The Gate" concerns a middle-aged married couple, Oyone and Sosuke, who married for love in their student days. The couple first suffered exclusion from society due to their ill-advised marriage – it was revealed (very obliquely in the course of the novel) that Oyone was the wife of a former friend. As the novel opens, they languish in ennui because they have no children, and Sosuke has to focus on his career. Oyone's ill health and a visit from Sosuke's younger brother provoke a familial crisis which becomes the central story. Oyone feels her childlessness was a punishment sent by the gods for abandoning her previous husband.
Trembling like black-uniformed leaves, they enter enemy territory, where Kosuke encounters a doll-faced, but serious-looking girl (Erika Sawajiri) playing a Korean folk song, "Imjin River," on a flute. He and Yoshio are also nearly lynched by her older brother Lee Ang Son (Sosuke Takaoka) and his gang, but he is already smitten—and eager to learn that haunting tune.
A live action film was released on April 3, 2010. Directed by Yoshihiro Fukagawa, the film starred Sosuke Ikematsu and Shiori Kutsuna. It was shot on location in places in Mie Prefecture. The theme song is "15 no Kotoba" by singer-songwriter Mao Abe.
Five years prior to the start of the story the residents of Ōtsuka village all died in a plague, with only three survivors; Shino Inuzuka, Sosuke Inukawa and Hamaji. They take shelter in a church near another village, whose people views the survivors with suspicion. Now the Imperial Church comes in search of "Murasame," the demon blade containing "life" which Shino possesses within his body. When the Church realizes that Shino will not come quietly with them, Hamaji is kidnapped, which results in Shino and Sosuke traveling to the Imperial City to rescue her. There they encounter Satomi Rio, a Dean of the Church, who tells Shino he must find the other six bead holders.
Sōsuke is reunited with Lisa and meets Granmamare, with whom Lisa has just had a long private conversation. Granmamare asks Sōsuke if he can love Ponyo whether she is a fish or human. Sōsuke replies that he "loves all the Ponyos." Granmamare then tells her daughter that if she chooses to become human once and for all, she will have to give up her magical powers. Ponyo agrees to this, so Granmamare encases her in a bubble and gives her to Sōsuke. She tells him that kissing the bubble will complete Ponyo's transformation. The balance of nature is thus restored and the previously stranded ships head back to port. Fujimoto respects his daughter's choice to become a human, having decided he can trust Sosuke with Ponyo's welfare. Ponyo then joyfully jumps high in the air and kisses Sosuke, transforming herself into a human girl at last.
"Piano no Mori" is a story that follows Kai Ichinose, a boy who lives in the red light district but escapes at night to play the piano in the forest. Shuhei Amamiya, the grade-school son of a professional pianist, transfers to Moriwaki Elementary, Kai's elementary school. But it doesn't take long before Shuhei is picked on by the class bullies, and gets involved in a dare to play the mysterious piano in the forest, leading to his meeting with Kai, who seems to be the only one capable of getting sound out of the thought-to-be broken piano. Kai's ability earns him the respect of Shuhei and his music teacher, former master pianist Sosuke Ajino. Both Shuhei and Ajino try to get Kai to take proper piano lessons, but Kai is at first resistant to refining his piano-playing technique. However, after hearing Sosuke play a Chopin piece he just can't seem to play himself, he relents.
On his return from Europe, Seitei created designs for ceramics and cloisonné, working with the cloisonné artist Namikawa Sosuke (1847–1910), leading to acclaim from abroad. He maintained a prodigious output of paintings and illustrations, producing three outstanding albums: "Seitei kacho gafu" ('Picture album of Seitei's bird and flower'), 1890–91; "Kacho gafu" ('Bird and flower album'), 1903; and the last series published in 1916 also entitled "Seitei kacho gafu".
Ponyo and Sōsuke head into a tunnel, where Ponyo loses her human form due to overuse of her magical powers and reverts to being a fish. Meanwhile, Lisa and the residents of the nursing home, temporarily granted the power to breathe underwater by Granmamare, are waiting excitedly below the surface for Ponyo and Sōsuke to arrive. Sōsuke and Ponyo encounter Fujimoto, who warns the boy that the balance of nature is in danger and begs Sosuke to return Ponyo to him. Sōsuke doubts Fujimoto and attempts to flee, but the two children are quickly captured and Fujimoto takes them down to the protected nursing home.
Daigoro is the catalyst for the events that unfurl in "Episodes 3" and "4". After a dramatic loss at one of Rikiei's gambling establishments, he is pressured to give up either the deed to his business or his daughter, Osuzu, in order to cover his debt. He pleads with Kawara Heitarou for help, suggesting that Rikiei's establishments practice dishonesty. Kawara refuses, citing a lack of evidence. Daigoro has no choice but to give up his store, but Ishimatsu takes Osuzu as well after Sosuke tries to intervene.
When the owner leaves they are left in silence to continue spend the night as they wish in sexual activity. After the clerk/bartender leaves to get snacks, the men and women slowly begin small talk amongst themselves until the Freeter finally propositions the office lady to go downstairs. From here the remaining men and women slowly pair with the salaried man and the kindergarten teacher, the NEET ( Sosuke Ikematsu ) and the college student, and the factory worker and the regular customer. Despite her timid nature, the college student is revealed to have a powerful hidden sex drive, while the factory worker is revealed to have been a virgin up until this night.
The main cast of "Bokura ga Ita" was revealed on 2 May 2011. Toma Ikuta, who previously starred in the films "Hanamizuki" and "No Longer Human", would be starring in this film as Motoharu Yano, a boy who is popular with most girls in the class. Actress Yuriko Yoshitaka, the recipient of the Best Newcomer award at the 28th Yokohama Film Festival, would star as Nanami Takahashi, a classmate of Motoharu. In addition, Sosuke Takaoka would play the role of Masafumi Takeuchi, Yano's close friend, and Yuika Motokariya would play Yuri Yamamoto, the younger sister of Motoharu's late girlfriend.
Known as "The Merciful" despite being a yakuza head, he is poised, level-headed and traditional, running the yakuza to take a form of foster care for its young men who would otherwise be criminals. It is because of this, the unscrupulous Rikiei easily moves in and seizes control of the town. He dotes on Sosuke, his only son. After losing a dice duel to Rikiei (who may have cheated) and in an act that moves almost everyone, he sacrifices his life to ensure the future of the Kawara Clan.
When Ichigo and his allies entered the Soul Society, Mayuri aided in the search for the Ryoka and found Orihime Inoue and Uryū. Orihime escaped and Mayuri reluctantly fights Uryū, seeing no need to study Quincies any further. Uryu is initially too weak to fight Mayuri until the Soul Reaper revealed that he experimented on Soken Ishida which his opponent unlocking his full Quincy powers prior to escaping. Mayuri remained on the sidelines for the duration of the search out of disinterest, even after he learns of Sosuke Aizen's betrayal.