Synonyms for yakusoku or Related words with yakusoku

inochi              unmei              namida              hitotsu              hoshizora              omoi              kiseki              omoide              hajimari              tenshi              taiyou              boku              koibito              shiawase              negai              kamisama              bokura              tsukiyo              hitori              kisetsu              kimochi              yoru              chikai              kioku              yoake              kanashimi              hajimete              rakuen              jikan              kakera              tsuki              futatsu              maboroshi              tabidachi              tameni              otona              tsuioku              itsuka              hanayome              himitsu              mayonaka              seishun              wakare              anata              okurimono              kaze              shinjitsu              natsu              yasashii              jinsei             



Examples of "yakusoku"
2 Yakusoku no Basho he – Chihiro Yonekura (Episodes 14-26)
In Meibukan style of Goju-ryu, dojos practice forms of Yakusoku Kumite only. Yakusoku Kumite means pre-arranged sparring. There is no practice of Jiyu Kumite or free sparring. There has never been free fighting in classical Okinawan Goju-ryu.
Shoshin Nagamine also credited Motobu Chōki as the teacher who inspired his seven Yakusoku kumite forms.
"Kono Aozora ni Yakusoku wo" takes place on a fictional island called located slightly south of Honshū in Japan.
"Kono Aozora ni Yakusoku wo"'s scenarios were written by Fumiaki Maruto and Kikakuya. The art was provided by Nekonyan.
Fuji Television announced on November 11, 2009 that all the members of Arashi would co-star in "Saigo no Yakusoku".
Ending theme: "Himawari no Yakusoku" (ひまわりの約束, lit. "Promise from Sunflower") by Motohiro Hata
Kimura worked with Miyazaki on "Howl's Moving Castle", writing a song for it. (ハウルの動く城 Sekai no Yakusoku).
The song Yakusoku appeared on his 5th album, "In Depth", along with the brother track from the same single, "Break the Status Quo".
Misia put out three new releases from April to June 2008: "Yes Forever" in April, "Yakusoku no Tsubasa" in May, and "" in June.
She released a CD "single", containing two songs, for her character Sailor Mercury: "Mi Amor" (Spanish: "my love") and "Yakusoku" (約束, meaning "promise").
"A World to Believe In" follows Ikimono-gakari's "Akaneiro no Yakusoku" to become the ninth LISMO cellphone service TV commercial song, aired from 1 December 2007.
In 2014, "Himawari no Yakusoku" (ひまわりの約束) (Promise of Sunflower) was used as the theme song for the 3D-animated movie Stand by me Doraemon (jap. STAND BY ME ドラえもん).
A Promise (, translit. Ningen no yakusoku) is a 1986 Japanese drama film directed by Yoshishige Yoshida. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1986 Cannes Film Festival.
She is known for singing the theme song for the video game Final Fantasy XIII-2, "Yakusoku no Basho". She was nominated for Best New Artist at the 50th Japan Record Awards.
In structured kumite ("yakusoku", prearranged), two participants perform a choreographed series of techniques with one striking while the other blocks. The form ends with one devastating technique ("hito tsuki").
Yakusoku 約束 (Promise) Kumite 組手 (grappling hands), is the term used to describe the group of pre-arranged karate sparring forms, that are designated to equip the karate-ka with the essential skills required to perform any of the Jiyu 自由 (Free) Kumite sparring forms. When an extreme sporting application of jiyu kumite such as in a full contact mixed martial arts contest is the exclusive training focus of the participant, then the practice of the more basic forms of yakusoku kumite tend to be neglected. However, traditional karate organisations such as Shotokan Karate Union, Shotokan Karate-do International Federation, Japan Karate Association and others that follow the budo form of jiyu kumite, incorporate the yakusoku kumite forms within their grading syllabus.
The inspectors Yamagawa and Takayama both appear in an earlier one-shot by Otomo, namely "Ashita No Yakusoku", which involved the pair yet again as head inspectors on a bizarre murder case. This story was collected in "Highway Star".
Yoko Kanno's soundtrack themes include "Kiseki no Umi" ("Lodoss War"), "Voices" ("Macross Plus"), "Tank!" ("Cowboy Bebop"), "Yakusoku wa Iranai" ("Escaflowne"), "Gravity" ("Wolf's Rain"), "Inner Universe" ("") and "". In regards to making the "Stand Alone Complex" soundtrack she said:
In the spring Takahashi will star in Japan's first live-action drama, Hoshi Boshi no Yakusoku. The movie is made for a Fulldome Cinema, which will be screened at in her Hometown's Fukui City Museum of Natural History Dome Theater.