Synonyms for tasuku or Related words with tasuku

takehiro              yousuke              eisuke              shunichi              kyoichi              masatsugu              shinichiro              yoshifumi              shojiro              takuji              yohei              tomonori              sotaro              hiromichi              seiichiro              kyoji              mitsuhiro              ryohei              miyoko              sachio              katsumi              tatsuhiko              hachiro              masuo              katsutoshi              takatoshi              hiromasa              masayasu              tomotaka              mieko              kiyotaka              yasuaki              akinobu              shozo              tomoki              hidemi              keizo              yasumasa              kunihiro              emiko              toshiharu              suetsugu              michihiro              mitsugu              hisayoshi              yuichiro              tamotsu              masamichi              harumi              haruhiko             

Examples of "tasuku"
Tasuku Hiraoka joined to J1 League club FC Tokyo in 2014.
She has the peculiar tendency to name people and things "Ta-kun" (sometimes spelled "Takkun"), after her personal nickname for Naota's brother (and Naota himself). The "-kun" suffix is an informal and intimate honorific primarily used when addressing males of equal or junior status. Mamimi is likely using Naota as a substitute for Tasuku and therefore refers to him as "Ta-kun" which can be short for both Naota and Tasuku. (Naota is well-aware of the similarity between his nickname and his brother's name.) Mamimi also calls Tasuku, "Tasuku-senpai", since he is an older classmate.
Treat Conrad Huey / Purav Raja def. Tasuku Iwami / Hiroki Kondo, 6–1, 6–2
Sanchai Ratiwatana / Sonchat Ratiwatana def. Tasuku Iwami / Toshihide Matsui, 6–4, 6–2
Twins brothers Sanchai Ratiwatana and Sonchat Ratiwatana defeated 6–4, 6–2 Tasuku Iwami and Toshihide Matsui in the final.
In 2008 Hiroki Nagao left the group. Later Tasuku Adachi joined as a member and the name changed to OSSAN.
Emoto's father is Akira Emoto, his mother is Kazue Tsunogae, and his brother is Tasuku Emoto. He is left-handed.
There are examples of scenes in which Naota yells out "Tasuk--"; the Japanese audience, at first assuming that he will exclaim, "Tasukete" (Help me!), may be surprised when he instead says, "Tasuku", the name of his older brother. Naota says in the first episode that, for a moment, Haruko resembled Tasuku.
The song featured words written by Hamasaki, and music by Japanese music producer Tetsuya Komuro. Long time Hamasaki collaborator Tasuku handled the song's arrangement.
1st seeds Treat Conrad Huey and Purav Raja won this tournament, by defeating Hiroki Kondo and Tasuku Iwami in the final.
Shibuya declared independence from the rest of Japan. Now Itasu monsters roam Shibuya which mostly looks like ruins because of an earthquake when Tasuku was a kid. Tasuku, now a young man playing acoustic guitar music saves a young girl, Shoko, from such a monster. Shoko has amnesia. There is a rumor that when Shibuya is filled with songs, it will return to Japan through a rainbow. The girl Shoko is not the first sample, and they are all under surveillance.
In 2006, she co-starred in her first film: "Check It Out, Yo!" with Hayato Ichihara, Yūta Hiraoka, and Tasuku Emoto. The film was in theaters April 22, 2006.
In the 8th, Lotte added two more, one of the runs coming off the bat of Imae once again. Through two games, Imae was a perfect 8-for-8 with one home run. Lotte had taken an overwhelming 9–0 lead, but they weren't done yet. Platoon catcher Tasuku Hashimoto then followed Imae with a triple that gave the Marines a 10–0 lead.
From 1911 until 1947, the academy annually conferred the Imperial Prize of the Japan Academy ("Gakushiin Onshi Shō"). Amongst past winners are Hideyo Noguchi (1915) and Tasuku Honjo (1996). After 1947, the name of the award was changed to Japan Academy Prize ("Gakushiin Shō").
Best Wishes for Tomorrow (明日への遺言 Ashita e no yuigon) is a Japanese film by director Takashi Koizumi and based on the novel "Nagai Tabi" (A long journey) by Shohei Ooka. It stars Makoto Fujita as Lieutenant General Tasuku Okada during the Yokohama War Crimes Trials.
In the course of his studies and church ministry Motoda travelled extensively. A frequent visitor to the United States, Motoda also travelled with the Rev. Tasuku Harada in 1905 to India as a guest of the Indian YMCA. During a visit to England in 1928 he preached at Canterbury Cathedral.
A manga adaptation illustrated by Karasuma Tasuku began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's "Ace Assault" magazine in January 2009. After that magazine was discontinued in March 2009, the manga was transferred over to Kadokawa's "Shōnen Ace" magazine. The first bound volume was released on November 21, 2008, followed by the fourth on February 23, 2010.
The was published by SoftBank Publishing in October 2001. A light novel written by Tasuku Saika with illustrations by Takanon Ikuta and cover illustration by Naru Nanao was published by Paradigm in November 2001 and covered the story from the fourth chapter in "Suika". A guide book entitled was published by SoftBank Publishing in September 2002.
Mamimi can be seen as lacking control over her life or willpower, hence the near-constant smoking and childlike reliance on others, whether it is Naota or his older brother Tasuku. This could also explain why she loves taking care of things that are weak-willed, which she leaves (or which escape, like Ta-kun, the black kitten) when they start to show independence.
5 years ago Shibuya declared its independence from Japan. Around the same time an earthquake destroyed most of the buildings. The evil Irusaibu rules Shibuya. The people has become obsessed with a game called Pray where 2 or more individuals in groups or alone plays music directly into the brain of the opponent. Tasuku saves a young girl, Shoko, from an Itasu monster. She has amnesia and lives with Tasuku. Meanwhile, Shoko and her surroundings are monitored, and there is a rumor that when all of Shibuya sings, it will return to Japan through a rainbow. It is soon revealed that Shoko has a great voice for the Pray game, and many more games follow.