Synonyms for taneda or Related words with taneda

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Examples of "taneda"
Taneda (written: 種田) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Hitoshi Taneda (種田 仁, born July 18, 1971 in Yao, Osaka, Japan) is a former Nippon Professional Baseball infielder.
Shonen Knife continues to perform songs written by Michie, with vocal duties split between current bassist Ritsuko Taneda and Naoko.
Meiko and Taneda graduated from university two years ago. Having no real goals or direction, they step into society, clueless. Meiko works as an Office Lady to pay the rent for her apartment, while Taneda works as an illustrator in a press company, earning just enough to take some of Meiko's burden. While Taneda often meets up with his bandmates from their University days to jam, he still feels something is missing. His bandmates know what it is: they need to step out, promote themselves and let their songs be heard by a larger crowd; which has been their dream since their first meeting in their university's "Pop Music Club".
On September 1, 2016, Office Osawa announced that Taneda would put her career on hiatus to focus on treatment for an unspecified illness.
Kaneto earned her first selection to the Japanese team to compete in the women's 200 m breaststroke at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Leading up to the Games, she placed second behind Megumi Taneda at the Olympic trials in Tokyo with a FINA A-standard entry time of 2:26.28. Kaneto touched out Taneda to take the seventh spot in the final by nine hundredths of a second (0.09), in an outstanding time of 2:25.14.
The opening theme is by Minori Chihara and ending theme is "Daisy" by Stereo Dive Foundation. performed by Mirai Kuriyama (Risa Taneda), Mitsuki Nase (Minori Chihara) and Ai Shindō (Yuri Yamaoka) is used as the Insert Song of episode six. The ending theme of the ONA is by Yuri Yamaoka, while performed by Ai Shindō (Yuri Yamaoka), Mirai Kuriyama (Risa Taneda), Mitsuki Nase (Minori Chihara) and Sakura Inami (Moe Toyata) is used as the insert song for all ONA episodes.
Taneda competed for the Japanese team in a breaststroke double at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Leading up to the Games, she emerged the only swimmer to meet the Olympic qualifying standard in the 100 m breaststroke with a 1:07.91, and then beat her rival Rie Kaneto to clear the FINA-A cut time in 2:24.54 for a 200 m breaststroke victory at the Olympic trials in Tokyo. On the second day of the Games, Taneda missed out the semifinals by 0.08 of a second, after finishing seventeenth in the preliminary heats of the 100 m breaststroke in 1:08.45. In her second event, 200 m breaststroke, Taneda rounded out the final in last place by nine hundredths of a second (0.09) behind her teammate Rie Kaneto in 2:25.23.
Unhappy with the rhythm of their "normal" graduate lives, things change when two important decisions are made: Meiko decides to quit her job, and Taneda decides to devote time to write his first proper song for the band. Having broken free of their old routines, they now find themselves uncertain of where their new life will take them. Slowly, Meiko and Taneda come to embrace their unpredictable future together but an unexpected tragedy occurs, changing their lives and the lives of their friends forever.
The television anime adaptation is produced by Kinema Citrus and is directed by Kaori. Series composition is done by Natsuko Takahashi and character design by Hisayuki Tabata. The series aired between April 9 and June 26, 2013 and was simulcast with by Crunchyroll. The opening theme is by Rumi Ōkubo, Minami Tsuda and Risa Taneda while the ending theme is "Affection" by Mayumi Morinaga. Sentai Filmworks licensed the series in North America and released it on subtitled DVD on July 1, 2014. An original video animation episode was released in Japan on February 22, 2017. The opening and ending themes respectively are and , both performed by Ōkubo , Tsuda, and Taneda.
A spin-off series, , began serialization in "Shōjo Comic" simultaneously in 2005. Focusing on Yori's upperclassmen Takuma Kakinouchi and his childhood sweetheart Mayu Taneda, the series ran until mid-2008. Shogakukan published the individual chapters across twelve "tankōbon" volumes, with the first released December 20, 2005 and the last on August 26, 2008.
Pizzo Taneda is a mountain of the Lepontine Alps, overlooking the Lago Ritom in the Swiss canton of Ticino. It lies between the valleys of Piora and Cadlimo and on the main Alpine watershed between the basin of the Rhine and that of the Ticino.
A spin-off series, , began serialization in "Shōjo Comic" simultaneously in 2005. Focusing on Yori's upperclassmen Takuma Kakinouchi and his childhood sweetheart Mayu Taneda, the series ran until mid-2008. Shogakukan published the individual chapters across twelve "tankōbon" volumes, with the first released December 20, 2005 and the last on August 26, 2008.
A ten volume spin-off series focusing on Yori's upperclassmen Takuma Kakinouchi and his childhood sweetheart Mayu Taneda was serialized in "Shōjo Comic" from December 2005 through August 2008. It is called Boku no Hatsukoi o Kimi ni Sasagu (abbreviated to BokuKimi) and means "I Give My First Love to You".
Austria's Mirna Jukić finished outside the medals in fourth place at 2:23.24, while Russia's Yuliya Yefimova set a national record of 2:23.76 to hold off Canada's Annamay Pierse (2:23.77) for a fifth spot by a hundredth of a second (0.01). Japanese duo Rie Kaneto (2:25.14) and Megumi Taneda (2:25.23) closed out the field.
was first released in Japan on June 21, 2006. In the actual performance, Susumu Nishikawa played the guitar, Takeshi Taneda played the bass guitar, and Yutaka Odawara played drums. Animators traced their performance by Rotoscoping, and drew the performance scene in animation.
Fine on the Outside is a single by American recording artist and musician Priscilla Ahn. It features the title song, "Fine on the Outside", the theme song of the 2014 Studio Ghibli film "When Marnie Was There", as well as "This Old House", the theme song of the "When Marnie Was There x Yohei Taneda Exhibition" that was held at the Edo-Tokyo Museum from 27 July 2014 to 15 September 2014.
An anime adaptation by A-1 Pictures aired between September 2012 and March 2013. It has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America. The anime does not have an opening theme but theme songs that are played during the closing credits. by Risa Taneda was used for episode 1 through 16, which was replaced by by Kana Hanazawa starting in episode 17. During the episode incidental music quotes the Symphony #9 by Antonín Dvořák, which is subtitled "From the New World".
An anime television series adaptation by White Fox aired in Japan between April 10 and June 26, 2014 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. The opening theme is "Daydream Café." by Petit Rabbit's (Ayane Sakura, Inori Minase, Risa Taneda, Satomi Satō, and Maaya Uchida), whilst the ending theme is by Chimame-tai (Inori Minase, Sora Tokui, and Rie Murakawa). The ending theme for episode 12 is by Petit Rabbit's. The series is licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America.
The spin-off series "Boku no Hatsukoi o Kimi ni Sasagu" was adapted into a film entitled I Give My First Love to You. The film was directed Takehiko Shinjo and was released on October 24, 2009 in Japan. The story revolves around Takuma Kakinouchi, played by Masaki Okada, a boy who is told he will die before he is 20, and Mayu Taneda, played by Mao Inoue, the girl who is in love with him.