Synonyms for yukiko or Related words with yukiko
Examples of "yukiko"
Ebata (江畑 幸子 "Ebata
", born November 7, 1989) is a Japanese volleyball player who plays for Japan women's national volleyball team and RC Cannes.
Alexemia "Voiced by"
Mizuochi (JP), Karen Strassman (U.S.)
Seki (, Fight Chix) vs. Yoko Kagoshima (, Shinagawa CS)
Misaki Takimoto (Zendokai Yokohama) vs.
Seki (Fight Chix)
Mayumi Aoki (, Gamurannac) vs.
Ozeki (, Ryusei Juku)
Seki (Fight Chix) vs. Sachiko Yamamoto (Angura)
is unhappy in Tokyo, and Tsuruko suggests they send her back to Osaka for a while. A follow-up letter regarding Nomura arrives from Mrs. Jimba, just as Sachiko is searching for an excuse to send for
. Though not enthusiastic about the match, the Makiokas agree to a miai as a pretense for bringing
back to Ashiya.
Seki (, Fight Chix) vs. Miyoko Kusaka (, Grabaka)
Seki (Fight Chix) vs. Yuka Okumura (Soul Fighters Japan)
Kanasawa is best known for the role of
Kitano in "Battle Royale".
Team S: Rumi Kato,
Kinoshita, Shiori Takada, Aki Deguchi, Momona Kito
In the 1980s, he composed many songs and produced albums for idols, especially for
Koga is an anthropologist teaching at the City University of New Yorks Hunter College.
The film follows
Koda, a woman who has just returned to Japan from French Indochina, where she has been working as a secretary.
seeks out Kengo, with whom she had an affair in Da Lat during the war. They renew their affair, but Kengo tells
he is unable to leave his wife. Brightly lit flashbacks of their time in Indochina contrast with the sombre tones of the film's present.
Seki via unanimous decision at "Smackgirl 2007: Queens' Hottest Summer" on .
Seki (, Fight Chix) vs. Kikuyo Ishikawa (, Reversal Gym Yokohama Ground Slam)
Hero, (Female) "Voiced by"
Kikuchi (JP) (Male) "Voiced by" Kensuke Nishi (JP)
In 1971, Sakamoto married Japanese actress
Kashiwagi. The couple had two daughters, Hanako and Maiko.
According to Swedish journalist
Duke, Ghibli-fans as a collective expressed that the series was not very successful.
Harada's 1997 drama film, "Bounce Ko Gals", starred Hitomi Sato, Yasue Sato,
Okamoto, and Koji Yakusho.
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