Synonyms for yohei or Related words with yohei
Examples of "yohei"
Nishimura joined J3 League club Tochigi SC in 2016.
Naito (内藤 洋平, born July 9, 1988) is a Japanese football player.
On January 3, 2016, Kawato made his debut match against
Komatsu in a losing effort.
Sasakawa died July 18, 1995. He had three sons: Masatada, Takashi and
Mom is a housewife. She stays home with
hurls the gold to the ground, shamed that Azuma should have offered it. Azuma admits her mistake, and instead gives
an under-robe Yojibei had previously given Azuma. Realizing the depths of her love,
instead takes the money, vowing to go to Edo and prosper in the oil trade there; after he makes his fortune, he will return and ransom Azuma so she could be reunited with Yojibei. The two agree to go to a teahouse to drink together before
Nanbu (born December 22, 1976) is a Japanese mixed martial artist. He competed in the Featherweight division.
Takeda (武田 洋平, born June 30, 1987) is a Japanese football player. He plays for Nagoya Grampus.
Suzuki (born April 6, 1973) is a Japanese mixed martial artist. He competed in the lightweight division.
Sakai (坂井 洋平, born April 10, 1986) is a Japanese football player. He plays for Thespakusatsu Gunma.
With the exception of
Kono and Sadakazu Tanigaki, every has also served as Prime Minister of Japan.
In July 2001, Taiki who was known for his live performances met
who was already making songs and they decided to work together. During September of that same year, Taiki's friend from his school days, Shinya, got together with Taiki and
. With an introduction from another friend, the three met Shaw and formed the group 10,000 Promises.
is not the only would-be buyer. Hikosuke has recovered his former spirits and wishes to buy out Azuma's contract as well, as does an old samurai with an extremely valuable antique two-foot broadsword;
is convinced that this old man is Jibuemon.
On his way out, he encounters Hikosuke who is spoiling for a rematch.
stabs Hikosuke in the head, and flees when Hikosuke yells for help – if he were to be captured, he would never make to Edo and so could never help Azuma. Confused as to the identity of his assailant, Hikosuke blames Yojibei, who is speedily apprehended. Yojibei realizes that it was
who is to blame, but he remains silent: he owes
a debt of honor for protecting Azuma, and he will remain silent even though he is in mortal danger of execution if Hikosuke perishes of his wound.
The owner determines that he can't let Azuma be ransomed before she returns. It would set a bad precedent otherwise.
has his two chests brought in, and out spring both Azuma and Yojibei, now restored to his sense. Hikosuke is allowed to leave alive by Jibuemon, as long as he reports to the police that it was
who did it and drops the charges.
ransoms Azuma's contract for only 300 gold pieces, as it has not long to run, and gives the other 700 to various people. Azuma and Yojibei marry, to live happily ever after, although nothing is said of Okiku. Everyone begins to party.
or Youhei (written: 洋平, 陽平, 容平, 曜平 or 要平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Oshima (大島 洋平, born November 9, 1985 in Japan) is a Japanese professional baseball outfielder for the Chunichi Dragons in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball.
is a very small boy who finds Chi when she gets lost. He is cheerful, kind, obedient, and fond of toy trains.
Nishibe (西部 洋平 "Nishibe Youhei", born 1 December 1980 in Kobe, Hyōgo, Japan) is a Japanese football player currently playing for Shimizu S-Pulse.
No sooner is he gone then it is bruited about that Yojibei has arrived. He learns of the recent events from Azuma and thanks
, proposing that before he leaves for Edo, he spend the night with Azuma and Yojibei drinking and dancing and singing as their thanks to him.
begs off, as his legs hurt from the unfamiliar seating arrangements and his mother is no doubt worrying about what has become of him.
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