Synonyms for tomomichi or Related words with tomomichi

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Examples of "tomomichi"
Voiced by: Tomomichi Nishimura (Japanese); Kent Williams (English)
Makahiki was sent into training with Yasuo Tomomichi. He is named after a Hawaiian festival.
In 1571, he held secret communication with Miyoshi Nagayasu, Miyoshi Masayasu and Iwanari Tomomichi, and betrayed Nobunaga.
Voiced by: Tomomichi Nishimura (old) Kouichi Toochika (young) (English dub: Alan Shearman (old) Steven Blum (young))
Tomomichi (written: 知道, 倶往 or 友通) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
According to the Anime News Network as of early August 2007, Seki Toshihiko is one of the more prolific male voice actors with 215 roles credited to his name. He is tied with voice actors Tomomichi Nishimura and Nobuo Tobita.
, professionally using the Kanji , is a Japanese voice actor, actor, and singer-songwriter. He used to be employed by the talent management firm 81 Produce, but today he is freelance. He is often mistaken for Tomomichi Nishimura.
Hōō Tomomichi, born Tomomichi Kabetani (7 December 1956 – 16 January 2013), was a sumo wrestler from Gamagori, Aichi, Japan. He made his professional debut in September 1971, and reached the top division in July 1979. His highest rank was "sekiwake". He was one of the few wrestlers to face both Takanohana Kenshi and his son Takanohana Koji, having fought the latter in the "makushita" division towards the end of his career. He left the sumo world upon retirement in May 1990. He died of heart disease in 2013.
"April Bikirk" - "Rei Sakuma"
"Janny Mann" - "Minami Takayama"
"May Jessica" - "Miki Ito"
"Feb Fall" - "Yoko Matsuoka"
"June Ashel" - "Yuriko Fuchizaki"
"Rim Delapaz" - "Daisuke Namikawa"
"Melanion Delapaz" - "Tesshō Genda"
"Batros" - "Takeshi Aono"
"Lind" - "Tomomichi Nishimura"
"Rammy" - "Jūrōta Kosugi"
In Project Justice, Raizo is not playable, but makes a few appearances in the game's Story Mode. An attack on him by Kurow is the catalyst for the events of the game's story, and he also makes an appearance in the Taiyo High story mode. He is voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura.
In 1919 the song was adapted with lyrics by Tomomichi Soeda and Shogetsu Watanabe as "Tokyo Bushi (Pai, pai, no pai)", which subsequently became a perennially popular "shin min'yō" standard. The song was featured in the soundtrack to the film "The Flower and the Angry Waves" by Seijun Suzuki.
Parallax mapping (also called offset mapping or virtual displacement mapping) is an enhancement of the bump mapping or normal mapping techniques applied to textures in 3D rendering applications such as video games. To the end user, this means that textures such as stone walls will have more apparent depth and thus greater realism with less of an influence on the performance of the simulation. Parallax mapping was introduced by Tomomichi Kaneko et al., in 2001.
, sometimes incorrectly romanized as Tomomichi Mochizuki, is an anime director and producer. He is married to animator Masako Gotō and sometimes uses the alias when writing screenplays or working on storyboards. Known from the early 1990s as director of "Ranma ½", "Kimagure Orange Road" and the Studio Ghibli TV movie "Umi ga Kikoeru", he is also known for having directed "Twin Spica", "Zettai Shounen", the acclaimed World Masterpiece Theater series "Porphy no Nagai Tabi", and most recently as director of the 2010 noitaminA series "House of Five Leaves".
is the manager of the gas station where Takumi and friends work. He and Bunta are old friends, having raced together in his youth, and they often converse about Takumi and his involvement in the local races. He acts as a father figure to the guys in the Akina Speed Stars. He is voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura in the Japanese anime. In the Tokyopop version, he is nicknamed Boss, and is voiced by Michael McConnohie. In the Funimation version he is voiced by Chuck Huber. In the Hong Kong live-action version, he is portrayed by Kenny Bee.
The area around the castle is a strategic foothold to defend Kyoto, the capital of Japan at that time, from western threats. During the Ōnin War, this castle was used as a castle of the western alliance and became occupied by Iwanari Tomomichi, a daimyō of the Miyoshi clan, during the Sengoku period. The castle fell to Oda Nobunaga in 1568, and was given to Hosokawa Tadaoki, who occupied it until 1579. At the battle of Yamazaki between Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Akechi Mitsuhide, about one week after Mitsuhide killed Nobunaga, this castle was used as Mitsuhide’s headquarters.
The 1995 anime series "Street Fighter II V" features a significantly altered depiction of Balrog where he is a Shadaloo spy who has infiltrated Interpol. Balrog hires Cammy to assassinate Chun-Lis father Dourai, under the false pretense that Dourai is the Shadaloo spy. Unlike in the games, Balrog never actually fights in the TV series and only appears in wearing boxing gear in concept art and during the show's second opening animation. He was voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura in Japanese, while Joe Romersa reprises his role for the English dub.
The series premiered in Japan on Nickelodeon Japan in 1998 and ran until 2007 and then on Disney Channel Japan from 2003 to 2011. It has also been broadcast on NHK and Cartoon Network Japan at various times. All 117 episodes were dubbed and the same seiyuu lineup was used for both Nickelodeon and Disney episodes. The Japanese voice cast included Masako Nozawa (Doug), Konami Yoshida (Patti Mayonnaise), Masami Kikuchi (Skeeter), Akio Suyama (Roger), Yuriko Yamaguchi (Judy), Yuko Kobayashi (Theda), Keiichi Sonobe (Phil), and Tomomichi Nishimura (Mr. Dink) among others.
He was a retainer of Miyoshi Masanaga from the 1540s. He directed the conquest of the province of Yamato in the 1560s and by 1564 had built a sufficient power-base to be effectively independent. It is believed that he was conspiring against Chokei during this period, from 1561 to 1563 three of Chokei's brothers and his son Yoshioki died. This left Miyoshi Yoshitsugu the adopted heir when Chokei died in 1564, too young to rule. Three men shared his guardianship – Miyoshi Nagayuki, Miyoshi Masayasu, and Iwanari Tomomichi.
Verxina, a black mare was foaled on March 5, 2009 by Deep Impact, and out of Halwa Sweet, bred by Northern Racing in Japan. She began her racing career when she was a 2-year-old, but debuted as a 3-year-old. Her major wins were at the Queen Cup, and twice at the Victoria Mile. During her time as a race horse, Verxina represented the stables she resided in, Yasuo Tomomichi, twice. Verxina was retired as at the age of 5 to become a breeding mare at Northern Racing in Anpingo-cho, Hokkaido.
Member of Poseidal's Elite 13 (No. 3). Despite his number, Giwaza is the head of the group, and outside of Poseidal is the highest-ranked member of the Poseidal military. Later in the series Poseidal decides to promote Olibee over him, which enrages him so much that he decides to rebel against Poseidal. He gathers a huge force including most of the Elite 13 and attacks Poseidal's capital at Sveto at the same time the rebels are. His forces are eventually wiped out and he is killed trying to escape from the battle. Voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura.