Synonyms for yumiko or Related words with yumiko

harumi              etsuko              akemi              yousuke              michiyo              mayumi              fumiko              chinami              yuriko              hiroko              kuniko              machiko              eisuke              yukiko              takako              kayoko              sumiko              hiromi              kazue              ikuko              kumiko              sachio              mieko              narumi              eriko              shinichiro              tomoko              atsuko              miyoko              haruko              miwako              chiaki              yoshiko              suguru              kazuko              mayuko              yasuko              junko              yukari              tamotsu              yasuaki              momoko              noriko              masumi              chieko              makiko              chiharu              rieko              sayaka              satomi             

Examples of "yumiko"
Yumiko Tsuzuki (都築有美子 "Tsuzuki Yumiko" born May 11, 1983 in Okazaki, Aichi) is a Japanese volleyball player who plays for NEC Red Rockets.
Brian & Co. Parliament Square SW1 (by Yumiko Hayakawa)
Her cousin is fellow manga artist, Yumiko Igarashi.
Brian & Co. Parliament Square SW1 (by Yumiko Hayakawa)
Voiced by: Yumiko Kobayashi (Japanese), Tara Jayne (English)
Yumiko Cheng is a Hong Kong-based Cantopop singer. Cheng was given the Japanese nickname "Yumiko" by her friends in secondary school, and upon signing with EEG, adopted it as her official stagename.
Yumiko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
The Yumiko-chan incident refers to the rape and murder of a six-year-old girl named Yumiko Nagayama (sometimes reported as Yumiko Arakaki) by a 31-year-old American soldier stationed in Okinawa, that took place September 3, 1955, ten years into the U.S. occupation of Okinawa, which at that time was not part of Japan. It was noticed at about 8 p.m that she was missing, when she didn't come home from playing outdoors.
Ending 1: "Kimi ni Tomaranai - MY GIRL, MY LOVE" by Takahashi Yumiko
Yumie appears in the Crossfire manga along with a split personality known as . In contrast to Yumie, the Yumiko persona is shy and timid. Yumiko has commented how hard it is for her to "get Yumie to sleep" after she has been provoked into action. The two personalities switch through dueling for control inside of their mind, Yumiko taking off her glasses to trigger the change, or a strong blow to the head. "Yumiko" does not appear to exist in the main "Hellsing" continuity. Her prototype was in Hi and Low alongside Integra's.
On July 7, 2007, Tamura married tarento and pro wrestling host Yumiko Sakurai.
Takeshima is married to Mark Mahler Gomez who helped her co-found YUMIKO.
He is married to Jane Yumiko Ittogi, a lawyer of Chinese-Japanese heritage.
Girl #6 is a feminine, domesticated girl who likes to bake cakes for her best friend Yumiko. She has a crush on Shuya. On the island, she and Yumiko decide to use Yumiko's megaphone to call the other students and discuss things as a group. However, this attracts the attention of Kazuo Kiriyama, who quickly kills both of them. In the novel she dies after Yumiko, the only variation of Battle Royale that she died after Yumiko. Despite her surname is the same as the teacher's in the film, they are not related.
It was later explained by her manager, Mani Fok, that the reason for Yumiko's tube dress sliding down was due to the dress not being able to withhold the weight of the headphones receiver that Yumiko was wearing for her performance. Hence, the tube top started to slide down as Yumiko was dancing. When asked why Yumiko did not do more to secure her tubetop, Fok explained that the tube top was already secured by double-sided tape and that the receiver was also secured with duct tape upon clipping onto the tubetop. Further protection procedures would make the tube dress too tight for Yumiko to wear.
Prominent feminist academics in Japan in recent decades include the sociologist Ueno Chizuko and feminist theorist Ehara Yumiko.
Yumiko Tsuhako is a Japanese football defender currently playing for Okayama Yunogo Belle in the L. League.
Kyoko Mizuki won the Kodansha Manga Award for Best Shōjo Manga for "Candy Candy" in 1977 with Yumiko Igarashi.
Yumiko Ishiguro (born 31 October 1983) is a Japanese synchronized swimmer who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics.
The film spawned one sequel, entitled "". A 2001 science fiction remake, "The Princess Blade", stars Yumiko Shaku.