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Japanese and anime
In 2004, NHK ( Japanese public TV network ) produced a 39 episode anime series titled Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple, as well as a manga series under the same title released in 2005.
From 2004 to 2005, Japanese TV network NHK produced a 39 episode anime series titled Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple, which features both Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot.
They have a long history in Japanese folklore and art, and more recently have appeared in Japanese anime and manga ( see examples cited below ).
* In the anime Kuroshitsuji ( Japanese for Black Butler ), Ciel Phantomhive as a child had a black borzoi named Sebastian.
" Southern Cross " is the Japanese title of the Orange Crew, a group of Gym Leaders who preside over the Orange Island archipelago's league and are featured in the Pokémon anime.
The Robotech Masters series itself was an English dub of the Japanese anime Super Dimensional Calvary Southern Cross.
* Cleopatra ( 1970 film ), a 1970 Japanese anime film
is a 1998 Japanese anime series developed by Sunrise.
Susan J. Napier argues, in her book Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke: Experiencing Contemporary Japanese Animation, that anime increasingly " exists at a nexus point in global culture … an amorphous new media territory that crosses and intermingles national boundaries ".
Napier goes on to point out that many Japanese commentators refer to anime with the term " mukokuseki ", meaning " stateless ".
This implies that much anime is not specifically Japanese and therefore lacks a distinct national identity.
Unlike other anime and manga, where jokes and references are often exclusory or require knowledge of Japanese culture and / or the workings and conventions of anime, Cowboy Bebop is accessible – western audiences can connect with the characters readily and more fully understand their motivations and struggles.
is a Japanese manga series created by Fujiko F. Fujio which later became an anime series and an Asian franchise.
" Ministry spokesman explained the novel decision as an attempt to help people in other countries to understand Japanese anime better and to deepen their interest in Japanese culture.
In 2008, the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs appointed Doraemon as the first anime cultural ambassador.
, short for, is a Japanese media franchise encompassing digital toys, anime, manga, video games and videos.
When the comic switched to the Tamers series the storylines adhered to continuity more strictly ; sometimes it would expand on subject matter not covered by the original Japanese anime ( such as Mitsuo Yamaki's past ) or the English adaptations of the television shows and movies ( such as Ryo's story or the movies that remained undubbed until 2005 ).
The 1990s and 2000s are considered to be " Japanese Cinema's Second Golden Age ", due to the immense popularity of anime, both within Japan and overseas.
In anime, Hayao Miyazaki directed Spirited Away in 2001, breaking Japanese box office records and winning several awards, followed by Howl's Moving Castle and Ponyo in 2004 and 2008 respectively.
The Japanese music group ALI Project created the song " Gesshoku Grand Guignol " as the opening for the Bee-Train anime Avenger, while British rock band Duels also named an instrumental track after the theater.
is a Japanese word that, in the West, is used when referring to sexually explicit or pornographic comics and animation, particularly those of Japanese origin such as anime, manga, and eroge.

Japanese and Saint
* 1549 – Jesuit priest Saint Francis Xavier comes ashore at Kagoshima ( Traditional Japanese date: July 22, 1549 ).
*" Saint Francis Xavier " is featured in the Japanese gore film, Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl, and is responsible for the death of Vampire Girl's mother.
A katorga ( penal colony ) was established by Russia on Sakhalin in 1857, but the southern part of the island was held by the Japanese until the 1875 Treaty of Saint Petersburg ( 1875 ), when they ceded it to Russia in exchange for the Kuril Islands.
The church also ministered to Japanese Christians fleeing persecution under the Tokugawa Shogunate, and since many of these exiles belonged to the samurai, or the warrior class, the church was dedicated to Saint Michael.
In order to remedy this situation the Japanese government sent an ambassador, Enomoto Takeaki, to Saint Petersburg to clearly define the border.
Ruiz sought asylum on board a ship with three Dominican priests: Saint Antonio Gonzalez ; Saint Guillermo Courtet ; Saint Miguel de Aozaraza, a Japanese priest ; Saint Vicente Shiwozuka de la Cruz ; and a lay leper Saint Lazaro of Kyoto.
A Czarist penal colony was established in 1857, but the southern part of the island was held by the Japanese until the 1875 Treaty of Saint Petersburg ( 1875 ), when they ceded it to Russia in exchange for the Kuril islands.
Renowned Japanese illustrators and animators Shingo Araki and Michi Himeno, who have worked in anime adaptations of famous manga ( e. g., Masami Kurumada's Saint Seiya, Fūma no Kojirō, Ring ni Kakero, Riyoko Ikeda's Versailles no Bara, and UFO Grendizer OVA ) were responsible for the finished series ' character designs, animation routines, and visual style.
* Kiki, a minor character in Saint Seiya, a Japanese manga series
He was also the author of a lexicon of the Japanese language and of several other works, which are preserved in the library of the Saint Petersburg Academy of Sciences, of which he was a member.
* Japanese Garden-sansui style, mountain and water landscape, as a sign of friendship with Saint Paul's sister city of Nagasaki, Japan.
* Saturday, 4 July: Basement Jaxx, The Streets, Dizzee Rascal, Paul Oakenfold, Metric, Jack Peñate, Saint Etienne, Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force, Frankmusik, Sneaky Sound System, N. A. S. A., Tommy Sparks, Delphic, Filthy Dukes, Digitalism, Skint & Demoralised, Master Shortie, Japanese Popstars, Phenomenal Handclap Band
In the Italian dub, when Asuka Jr. reads a notice from Saint Tail, rather than display the notice written in Japanese, a short scene of Saint Tail running in the dark is shown while her voice reads out the notice's message.
Meimi Haneoka, the main character of the Japanese anime series, Saint Tail.
Gen ' ichirō and Eimi Haneoka, from the Japanese anime series, Saint Tail.
Morita is perhaps best known for his roles as Ichigo Kurosaki ( Bleach ), Marco ( One Piece ), Tidus ( Final Fantasy X ), Auel Neider ( Mobile Suit Gundam Seed ), Pegasus Seiya ( Saint Seiya Hades: Chapter Inferno ), Troy Bolton ( Japanese versions of High School Musical and High School Musical 2 ), and Pod ( Pocket Monsters ).

Japanese and Seiya
* 1960 – Asahifuji Seiya, Japanese sumo wrestler, the 63rd Yokozuna
| 6868 Seiyauyeda || 1992 HD || Seiya Ueda, Japanese seismologist *

Japanese and character
* Alternative ( Kamen Rider ), a character in the Japanese TV series, Kamen Rider Ryuki
The character is portrayed as demonstrating a number of traditional Japanese virtues, but ultimately falls prey to his own human flaws.
** Chinese character, a written language symbol ( sinogram ) used in Chinese, Japanese, and other languages
Quite a few of the names mean " five-six " in different languages, including both the robot Fisi ( fi-si ), the dead Lady Panc Ashash ( in Sanskrit " pañcha " is " five " and " ṣaṣ " is " six "), Limaono ( lima-ono, both in Hawaiian and / or Fijian ), Englok ( ng < sup > 5 </ sup >- luk < sup > 6 </ sup > < nowiki >- wikt: 六 # Cantonese | 六 < nowiki ></ nowiki >, in Cantonese ), Goroke ( go-roku < nowiki >- wikt: 六 # Japanese | 六 < nowiki ></ nowiki >, Japanese ) and Femtiosex (" fifty-six " in Swedish ) in " The Dead Lady of Clown Town " as well as the main character in " Think Blue, Count Two ", Veesey-koosey, which is an English transcription of the Finnish words " viisi " ( five ) and " kuusi " ( six ).
Certain complex character combinations can only be accomplished in a double-byte language, giving rise to especially complex forms, sometimes known by their romanized Japanese name of kaomoji.
This Japanese sovereign's interest in poetry is amongst the more well-documented aspects of his character and reign.
is a Japanese reading aid, consisting of smaller kana, or syllabic characters, printed next to a kanji ( ideographic character ) or other character to indicate its pronunciation.
It was also the first of two Japanese made films featuring the King Kong character ( or rather, its Toho Studios counterpart ) and also the first time both King Kong and Godzilla appeared on film in color and widescreen.
Hiragana and katakana are both kana systems ; they have corresponding character sets in which each kana, or character, represents one mora ( one sound in the Japanese language ).
While not featuring the censoring mosaics of the original Japanese version, the US release of La Blue Girl was edited during the initial VHS release and all scenes featuring Miko's companion Nin-Nin engaged in a sexual act were removed, probably to avoid the charge of pedophilia, in spite of the fact that the character is not a minor but a dwarf ninja.
Katakana and hiragana are both kana systems ; they have corresponding character sets in which each kana, or character, represents one mora ( one sound in the Japanese language ).
* An abbreviation for Katakana character set in the Japanese writing language
The enduring success of the series made him synonymous with the Tora-san character, and many Japanese regarded his death as the death of Tora-san, not the death of Yasuo Tadokoro or Kiyoshi Atsumi.
In modern Japanese, hiragana and katakana have directly corresponding character sets ( different sets of characters representing the same sounds ).
Each kana character ( syllabogram ) corresponds to one sound in the Japanese language.
* In the anime adaptation of the 2009 Japanese visual novel, Steins ; Gate, the character Yūgo Tennōji, aka ' Mr. Braun ', uses the pseudonym ' FB ', after Karl Ferdinand Braun.
In 1968, Marvin also appeared in another Boorman film, the critically acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful World War II character study Hell in the Pacific, also starring famed Japanese actor Toshirō Mifune.
Some North American fans, already attached to particular spellings, took great umbrage at Schodt's renditions, forgetting that in the original Japanese most character and mecha names are written in katakana, and that there were, therefore, no " official spellings.
The syllabary systems of Japanese ( hiragana and katakana ) are examples of almost perfectly shallow orthographies – the kana correspond with almost perfect consistency to the spoken syllables, although with a few exceptions where symbols reflect historical or morphophonemic features: notably the use of ぢ di and づ du ( rather than じ ji and ず zu, their pronunciation in standard Tokyo dialect ) when the character is a voicing of an underlying ち or つ ( see rendaku ), and the use of,, and へ to represent the sounds わ,, and え, as relics of historical kana usage.
The main character is a normal Japanese male, Ken Kubo, living quite happily with his girlfriend Yoshiko and being a member of his college's tennis team, until he meets one of his former friends from high school, Tanaka.

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