Synonyms for tokiko or Related words with tokiko

minako              yousuke              ruriko              saeko              chiyoko              kozue              andou              youko              hiroto              mikako              chiharu              yuuko              yuuta              sayuri              chikako              kazu              urara              harumi              mieko              momoko              chieko              sayoko              miyoko              kuniko              yukie              misako              momoka              kyosuke              ikuko              ryunosuke              eisuke              etsuko              kyoka              haruko              manami              jinnai              shinpachi              sosuke              kanae              kazumi              hayami              ritsuko              manaka              kouhei              chiaki              kikuko              miwako              yukino              masumi              taneda             

Examples of "tokiko"
In 2010 she established the Iwatani Tokiko Foundation, which awards the annual ¥3,000,000 yen Iwatani Tokiko Award.
Tokiko (Kinuyo Tanaka) is a typist and the girlfriend of a small-time gangster, Joji (Joji Oka). A student, Hiroshi (Kōji Mitsui), joins the gang. When Joji begins to fall for Hiroshi's sister, Kazuko (Sumiko Mizukubo), Tokiko decides to scare her rival away. However, Tokiko takes a liking to Kazuko and decides to reform. Joji throws Tokiko out, but she soon returns and convinces him to give up his life of crime.
Japanese language covers frequently are titled after the 1950s Tokiko Iwatani/Fubuki Koshiji version, .
One day, Tokiko's son little Hiroshi falls ill and needs to be hospitalized. Although Hiroshi subsequently recovers, the high hospital bills force Tokiko to commit one desperate act: she decides to prostitute herself for a night at an out-of-the-way establishment. When Akiko finds out about this she chides Tokiko for being stupid, and Tokiko begins to feel shame and folly even though she explains she has no other choice.
He met his wife, Tokiko Ohniwa, in an acting class. They were married on May 31, 2003 and later divorced.
During this decade he collaborated with musicians such as Tokiko Kato, Naoto Kine(TM Network), Haruichi Shindo(Porno Graffitti).
Pursued by the police, Tokiko entreats Joji to surrender. When he refuses, she shoots him. Police officers close in as the couple embrace.
The narrative of "Buso Renkin" follows Kazuki Muto, who saves Tokiko Tsumura and is killed by an alchemical monster known as a homunculus. Tokiko, an alchemist warrior, feels responsible and revives him by replacing his destroyed heart with a . The kakugane is an alchemical device which, when activated, takes a weapon form based on its user's personality, forming a buso renkinthe only thing that can destroy a homunculus. Kazuki creates his own buso renkin and joins Tokiko in the fight against the homunculi and their master, Koushaku Chouno. Chouno, who has renamed himself "Papillon", is killed by Kazuki, but is later resurrected by the L.X.E., a humanoid homunculi group led by Chouno's great-great-grandfather Bakushaku Chouno, now calling himself Dr. Butterfly. In various battles, Kazuki, Tokiko and Captain Bravo (their team leader) destroy most of the L.X.E.'s members. After learning that Dr. Butterfly believes him to be weak and useless, Papillon rebels against the L.X.E. and kills Dr. Butterfly.
Tokiko (written: 時子, 時鼓 or 登紀子 or 斗貴子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
is a rookie among the alchemic warriors. Prior the series start, he trains with Tokiko, developing a devotion to her. At first, he is jealous of the relationship between Tokiko and Kazuki, but starts to admire Kazuki, declaring him and Kazuki only "rivals in love". He cooperates with Kazuki and Tokiko as they try to escape from the Re-Extermination Squad, despite being first designate for this team. He also help Tokiko in their last mission to defeat Papillon. His buso renkin is a pair of gear-shaped chakrams that has a variety of applications ranging from close-to-long range weaponry to increased mobility for Gota himself. Gouta is voiced by Shinji Kawada and English dubbed by Liam O'Brien.
The song has been covered by many artists, including Gackt, Rimi Natsukawa, Tokiko Kato, Alfredo Casero, Plastiko, Diana King, Andrew W.K. and Allister.
Tokiko Enomoto finds out that her husband Kazuya, who mostly lives at an apartment near his work while she and their children live at home, has been having an affair with a live-in mistress, Ryōko, at his apartment. Tokiko tells her two sons, Tarō and Jirō, that she has decided to divorce their father. The children are shocked but understand their mother's position. Kazuya realizes the damage he has done and tries to remedy the situation.
"" was adapted into Japanese in 1951 as , by singer Fubuki Koshiji (), featuring lyrics by Tokiko Iwatani (). The song became one of her signature songs, amassing around 2,000,000 copies sold of various singles featuring this song.
His late wife, the former Tokiko Yoshikawa, was the daughter of the president of Yoshikawa Optical Instruments. The couple has three daughters: Masako (born 1964), Nobuko (born 1961), and Akiko (born 1959).
Meanwhile, Hiroshi has stolen money from the shop where his sister works. Joji and Tokiko rob Tokiko's boss and give the money to Hiroshi so that he can pay back the money he stole.
Komiya returns from his "trip" and Tokiko gets him to lecture Setsuko about her behavior. Instead, behind his wife's back, Komiya tries to get Setsuko to intercept the offending postcard. Unfortunately Setsuko fails in her task, and Komiya gets to read the card and know all about his untruthfulness. She loses her temper before the two, who leave to prevent any more friction. At a bar, Setsuko lectures her uncle for being too henpecked and ask him to be more unruly to discipline his wife so that she does not become overbearing. The two return home, just to meet a fuming Tokiko who is angry at the two for going for a drink. Unable to hold back any longer, Komiya slaps his wife. Later, Setsuko apologizes to her for causing trouble. Komiya too goes to Tokiko to apologize.
The "Buso Renkin" anime and manga series features an extensive cast of characters created by Nobuhiro Watsuki. The series takes place in the fictional Ginsei City, Japan, where a boy named Koshaku Chouno is creating alchemical monsters known as homunculi. During a night, Kazuki Muto, an ordinary boy, is killed by a homunculus, while trying to save his sister, Mahiro, and Tokiko Tsumura. Feeling guilty, Tokiko, a member of the The Alchemist Army, revives him by replacing his heart with an alchemical device called kakugane. The kakugane allows its wielder to form a buso renkin, a special weapon that is the only thing that can destroy a homunculus. With his own buso renkin, Kazuki decides to join Tokiko in the fight against the homunculi. Over the course of the series, they also must to defeat the L.X.E, a group consisting of human-type homunculi, as well as Victor, an entity most powerful than the homunculi.
While developing the series, Watsuki was influenced by his previous works, mostly by "Rurouni Kenshin" from which he drew references to the main characters; Kazuki and Tokiko were conceptualized after Makimachi Misao and Himura Kenshin, respectively. Films such as "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" and "Brotherhood of the Wolf" also served as source of inspiration, as well as American comics. Reviewers called the characters generic and also criticized their designs. The main characters divided critics' opinion; Kazuki and Papillon have received both praise and criticism, while most of praise was towards Tokiko, who also was voted as the most popular character of the series by readers.
The band produced the single "Oishii Kisetsu" / "Ketteiteki Sanpunkan" for entertainer Chiaki Kuriyama, which was released on March 2, 2011. After the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami occurred on March 11, the band released a cover of Tokiko Iwatani's 1964 song "Yoake no Uta" to YouTube.
In 1996, Goto's father died from a fall while mountaineering. On January 23, 2010 at 11 pm, Goto's mother, Tokiko Goto, fell from the 3rd story of her home in Edogawa, Tokyo. She was taken to the hospital, but died from her injuries in the early hours of January 24.