Synonyms for tomonori or Related words with tomonori

shozo              tasuku              shinpei              eisuke              shinsaku              rieko              katsuo              yukihiko              hachiro              takehiro              tamotsu              takahisa              yousuke              yashiro              takatoshi              kohei              suguru              yohei              katsutoshi              motohiro              shinichiro              seiichiro              masatsugu              takuji              shigeyoshi              hidemi              sachio              hisayuki              kiichi              hidetaka              hiroto              kentarou              kazutaka              michiyo              sanpei              shojiro              mieko              sotaro              fumiya              hidekazu              katsuhito              katsuhisa              kouji              yoriko              tomohiko              kiyotaka              ryoichi              naohito              kyoichi              masahide             



Examples of "tomonori"
Tomonori Sato, Principal Trumpet Player, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
Tomonori Ohara is a Japanese mixed martial artist. He competed in the Lightweight and Welterweight divisions.
A light novel series written by Tomonori Sugihara and illustrated by Robin Kishiwada, was published by Kadokawa Shoten under their male oriented "Sneaker Bunko" label. A novelization of the new Eureka Seven film sharing the same name was also written by Tomonori Sugihara and illustrated by Hiroki Kazui and Seiji has also been released in Japan on May 1, 2009.
Maebashi was then given to a branch of the Matsudaira clan from Echizen Province, and Matsudaira Tomonori ruled from 1749 to 1767. However, erosion from the Tone River and flooding continued to plague the castle, and in 1767 Matsudaira Tomonori decided to relocate his seat from Maebashi to Kawagoe Castle, demoting Maebashi Domain to a detached territory of Kawagoe Domain.
Ki no Tomonori (紀 友則) (c. 850 – c. 904) was an early Heian "waka" poet of the court, a member of the "sanjūrokkasen" or Thirty-six Poetry Immortals. He was a compiler of the "Kokin Wakashū", though he certainly did not see it to completion as the anthology includes a eulogy to him composed by Ki no Tsurayuki, his colleague in the compilation effort. Ki no Tomonori is the author of several poems in the "Kokin Wakashū", and a few of his poems appear in later official collections. A collection of his poems from various sources appeared as the "tomonori shū".
The game's music was written primarily by Shinichiro Sato, with additional compositions from Sega's Masaru Setsumaru, Hideki Abe, Yutaka Minobe, Hideaki Kobayashi, Junko Shiratsu, and Tomonori Sawada.
Tomonori (written 智紀, 友謙 or 智徳) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Kitabatake Tomonori (1528–1576) was the master of south Ise Province and ruled from Anotsu castle. His territory was invaded by Oda Nobunaga in 1569.
Rizel's tears contain the same make up as nitroglycerin and as such are explosives which creates a need for constant repair in their house. A running gag is that at the end of each episode, Tomonori calls Rizel an idiot, causing her to cry and thus cause an explosion. Rizel, with the help of her Papas, tries as hard as she can to win Tomonori's love. However, Tomonori is still in love with his teacher. Other characters creating an ever-tangled love web are Ryunosuke Hououin, who is in love with Rizel, and Kyoko Yachigusa, who is in love with Tomonori. Both try their best to prevent Rizel and Tomonori from getting close to each other. Later on Tomonori finds out that Rizel is the older woman he fell in love with when he was young but she was unable to grow after they met because she fell for him too, and she needed more than just the love from her "papas". When he learns this, Tomonori realizes that Rizel is his older woman.
A slightly later literary reference is a poem written in 900 by the Japanese poet and court official Ki no Tomonori upon returning to Japan from China:
After the Sakai were transferred to Himeji Domain, they were replaced the a branch of the Matsudaira clan from Echizen Province, and Matsudaira Tomonori ruled from 1749 to 1767. However, erosion from the Tone River and repeated flooding continued to plague the castle, and in 1767 Matsudaira Tomonori decided to relocate his seat from Maebashi to Kawagoe Castle, demoting Maebashi Domain to a detached territory of Kawagoe Domain.
The game's soundtrack was written by Tomonori Sawada and Koji Sakurai, with the game's theme song, "Free" being written by Jun Senoue and performed by Senoue's band, Crush 40.
The Kitabatake clan was a clan that ruled south Ise province and had strong ties to the eastern provinces through Pacific sea routes. Among its leaders included Kitabatake Tomonori.
The garden was celebrated in the poetry of the period. A poem by Ki no Tomonori in an anthology from the period, the "Kokinshū", described the "Kiku-shima", or island of chrysanthemums, found in the Ōsawa pond.
Nao Oikawa became romantically involved with popular comedian Jinnai Tomonori, and retired from the AV industry in 2004. She followed her AV career with appearances on TV variety shows.
The garden was celebrated in the poetry of the period. A poem by Ki no Tomonori in the anthology "Kokinshū", described the "Kiku-shima", or island of chrysanthemums, found in the pond.
She married Osaka-based comedian Tomonori Jinnai on February 17, 2007 at Ikuta Shrine in Kobe city in Hyōgo Prefecture, and their romance became popular with the public and media. Rumors of their impending divorce emerged on March 19, 2009.
Nishida was born in Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture. He has a family relationship Bakumatsu scholar and poet Hatta Tomonori. Nishida graduated from Kamoike Junior High School, Kōnan High School, and Nihon University College of Art.
The "Nightshade" soundtrack is based upon the Japanese techno of the previous iteration, "Shinobi". All tracks were produced by Fumie Kumatani, Tomonori Sawada, Keiichi Sugiyama, Yutaka Minobe, Teruhiko Nakagawa, and Masaru Setsumaru of Sega Digital Studio. "Nightshade" did not see an official soundtrack release until July 2014, where it was released digitally on Amazon Music and iTunes.
Yoshihiro Anai
Manabu Hatakeyama
Kei Kawakami
Koji Kazukawa
Kenji Kitazato
Genki Mitani
Takayasu Mizawa
Shunsuke Nagaoka
Katsuyoshi Nagasawa
Tomonori Ono
Kazuyuki Ozawa
Hiroki Sakamoto
Naoto Shiokawa
Katsuya Takase
Kazuhiro Tsubouchi
Takahiko Yamabori