Synonyms for takehiro or Related words with takehiro


Examples of "takehiro"
Saji is played by Takehiro Hira in the NHK Taiga drama "Gō (2011).
The next testimony is from an old woman, who identifies herself as the mother of the missing girl. Her daughter is a beautiful, strong-willed 19-year-old named Masago, married to Kanazawa no Takehiro—a 26-year-old samurai from Wakasa. Her daughter, she says, has never been with a man other than Takehiro. She begs the police to find her daughter.
Takehiro Donoue (堂上 剛裕, born May 27, 1985 in Kasugai, Aichi) is a Japanese professional baseball outfielder for the Yomiuri Giants in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball.
In the first anime, he is voiced by Takehiro Murozono in Japanese, and by Kyle Hebert in English. In "Brotherhood", he is voiced by Kenji Hamada.
Since June 2006, Takehiro Kamigama has been president, having been nominated by his predecessor, Hajime Sawabe, who currently serves as chairman.
Takehiro Sonohara (; born November 9, 1962 in Nagano) is a retired male race walker from Japan. He competed for his native country at the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Takehiro Watanabe (born 13 July 1993) is a Japanese Nordic combined skier. He was born in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima. He competed in the World Cup 2015 season.
His father Terashi is a former pro having pitched for the Chunichi Dragons between 1971 and 1985. His elder brother Takehiro is also a professional baseball player currently playing for Yomiuri Giants.
Takehiro Nakajima and Shōichi Maruyama adapted the screenplay from the historical-fiction novels "Chi Hate Umi Tsukiru Made: Shōsetsu Chingisu Hān (Ue)" and "Chi Hate Umi Tsukiru Made: Shōsetsu Chingisu Hān (Shita)" by Seiichi Morimura.
Takehiro (written: 丈裕, 丈博, 威宏, 武大, 豪宏, 健弘, 剛裕 or 岳大) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
In August 1945 two war crimes trials were held near Wewak for mutilation and cannibalism. First Lieutenant Takehiro Tazaki was convicted and sentenced to death (later commuted to 5 years imprisonment with hard labour) and another accused was acquitted.
The final account comes from Takehiro's ghost, as delivered through a spirit medium. The ghost says that after the rape, Tajōmaru persuaded Masago to leave her husband and become his own wife, which she agreed to do under one condition: He would have to kill Takehiro. Tajōmaru became enraged at the suggestion, kicked her to the ground, and asked Takehiro if he should kill the dishonorable woman. Hearing this, Masago fled into the forest. Tajōmaru then cut Takehiro's bonds and ran away. Takehiro grabbed Masago's fallen dagger and plunged it into his chest. Shortly before he died, he sensed someone creep up to him and steal the dagger from his chest. Throughout, it is obvious that he is furious at his wife.
In 1571, Saigō Yoshikatsu was killed at the Battle of Takehiro, fighting the invading forces of the Takeda clan led by Akiyama Nobutomo. Soon after Yoshikatsu's death, Oai was formally adopted by her uncle, Saigō Kiyokazu, then the head of the Saigō clan, though she chose to live with her mother in the house of her stepfather.
Japan Karate-Do Ryobu-Kai (JKR) is an international karate organization under the leadership of Yasuhiro (Takehiro) Konishi, 10th Dan, son of the organization's founder Yasuhiro Konishi. It has branches in more than 20 countries under the guidance of Kiyoshi Yamazaki, 8th Dan, International Director and Chief Instructor.
Lego Big Morl (stylized LEGO BIG MORL, previously lego big morl) is a Japanese rock band from Osaka, made up of four men: Takehiro Kanata (vocals, guitar), Hiroki Tanaka (guitar), Hiro Asakawa (drums), Shintarou Yamamoto (bass). It is called "lego" for short. The band is managed by Oorong-sha and signed to A-Sketch.
Takehiro Ando, a Square Enix executive in charge of social games, said that adapting the SaGa series to a mobile social game was difficult, especially since he grew up with the original games and did not want to upset longtime fans with too many changes.
In 2002 he participated in the K-1 WORLD MAX Japan Tournament, but was knocked out by Takashi Ohno, ISKA World Oriental Super Middleweight champion. In 2005 he defeated Ash-Ra, Takehiro Murahama and Koutetsu Boku while losing to Takayuki Kohiruimaki and Ian James Schaffa. In 2006 he lost to Yoshihiro Sato.
Takehiro Ishii (石井 丈裕, born October 25, 1964) is a Japanese former professional baseball pitcher. He played for the Japan national baseball team in 1988, and in Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) for the Seibu Lions and the Nippon-Ham Fighters from 1989–1999.
After Yokoi's resignation in 1996, the group was led by Takehiro Izushi. In 2005, Satoru Iwata restructured the Nintendo R&D1 team. Many of the staff members were later reassigned to the Nintendo SPD team, which in turn merged with Nintendo EAD in 2015 to form Nintendo Entertainment Planning & Development.
After the 2000 Summer Olympics, Naoya could not regain his form of 2000. In addition, there were some fabulous gymnasts rose in Japan, including Hiroyuki Tomita, Isao Yoneda and Takehiro Kashima. Naoya's character in the national team changed from an all-around competitor into an anchor for the Japanese gymnastics team.