Synonyms for takehito or Related words with takehito

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Examples of "takehito"
"Voiced by:" Takehito Koyasu (Japanese), Jason Douglas (English)
Voice: (1980) Masaya Oki ; (2007 TV series) Takehito Koyasu
"Voiced by:" Takehito Koyasu (visual novel, anime)(credited as Jack Cloud in the visual novel)
Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu (Japanese); Ethan Rains (English, as "Iman Nazemzadeh")
The game is produced by Sohei Niikawa, with the character designs by Takehito Harada and music composed by Tenpei Sato.
Maragos, Nich (August 27, 2004). In Character: 01 – The Art of Takehito Harada (Interview). Retrieved January 30, 2005.
In 1592, Munisai died, although Tokitsu believes that the person who died at this time was really Hirata Takehito.
He is voiced by Takehito Koyasu in the Japanese version and by Michael P. Greco in the English dub.
The character of Sho is voiced by Takehito Koyasu in the Japanese version and Crispin Freeman in English.
In the manga, it was revealed that Takehito died sacrificing himself to protect all the Sekireis from a failed experiment of the "Jinki". Because Karasuba was the one who suggested the method for Takehito to sacrifice himself, Miya blamed Takehito's death partially on Karasuba and thus creating the tension between the two Sekireis.
Voiced by (English): Matthew Mercer ("Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN")
Voiced by (Japanese): Kaneto Shiozawa ("Guilty Gear" – "X"), Takehito Koyasu ("Guilty Gear XX" – present)
He is part of the voice actor quartet "Weiß", which also consists of Weiß Kreuz voice castmates Tomokazu Seki, Takehito Koyasu, and Shinichiro Miki.
"Niji" was written and composed by Greeeen, and arranged by Takehito Shimizu and ats. "Good Day" was written by Leonn and composed by Kazuhito Kikuchi.
"Matsushima" was reclassified as a 2nd class cruiser on 21 March 1898. Prince Arisugawa Takehito was later appointed captain, followed by future admiral Uryū Sotokichi.
The protagonists are residents of , a boarding house in North City. The house was built by Takehito Asama and Kaoru Seo. Miya is the current owner and landlady.
Mr. Lion is voiced by actor Takehito Koyasu in the anime series; he does not appear in the live-action adaptation.
He is voiced by Takehito Koyasu. In the Funimation English adaptation, his voice is initially supplied by Bob Carter, later by Jason Douglas.
On April 21, 1999, Geneon Entertainment released a drama CD titled . With music by Tomohiko Kira, it featured Hideo Ishikawa as Cain, Koyasu Takehito as Riff, Kawada Taeko as Mary Weather, Miki Shinichiro as Dr. Allen, and Jūrōta Kosugi as Alexis. The same company released a second drama CD, , on November 17, 1999. The drama CD featured Hideo Ishikawa, Kyoko Hikami, Takehito Koyasu, from "Kafuka" and included Taeko Kawada and Junko Asami.
Yoko Ueno's song is used for the series opening theme in all episodes, as well as for the ending theme in the last episode. The first three episodes use , performed by Takehito Koyasu, for their closing theme.
Columbia Music Entertainment released "Black Bird" drama CD on the January 21, 2009. Artists on the drama CD include Kōki Miyata, Kishō Taniyama, Akira Ishida, Hiroyuki Yoshino, Takahiro Sakurai, Yuko Kagata, Takehito Koyasu, Kyoko Hikami and Mikako Takahashi.