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Tomoko Hoshino(星野 知子Hoshino Tomoko, born October 3, 1957 in Nagaoka, Niigata, Japan) is a Japanese actress and essayist. She graduated from Hosei University.
Nagaoka is a city located in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. It is the second largest city in the prefecture, after the capital city of Niigata. As of 12 October 2018, the city had an estimated population of 271,444 in 107,374 households and a population density of 300 inhabitants per square kilometre (780/sq mi). The total area of the city was 891.06 square kilometres (344.04 sq mi).
Japan is an island country in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies off the eastern coast of the Asian continent and stretches from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and the Philippine Sea in the south.
Hosei University is a long-established private university based in Tokyo, Japan.
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Tomoko Kawakami was a Japanese voice actress. Having graduated from the Toho Gakuen College of Drama and Music, she was affiliated with Production Baobab at the time of her death.
Kazuyoshi Hoshino is a Japanese former racing driver and businessman.
Katsura Hoshino is a Japanese manga artist from Shiga Prefecture. She made her debut in July 2003 with the publication of her first manga series Continue and is known for her work, D.Gray-man, which began serialization in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump in May 2004. She most recently designed characters for the 2013 Sunrise anime, Valvrave the Liberator, making it her first original work on an anime.
D.Gray-man is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Katsura Hoshino. Set in the 19th century, it tells the story of a young Allen Walker, who joins an organization of exorcists named the Black Order. They use an ancient substance, Innocence, to combat a man known as the Millennium Earl and his demonic army of Akuma who intend to destroy humanity. Many characters are adapted from Hoshino's previous works and drafts, such as Zone. The series is noted for its dark narrative; Hoshino once rewrote a scene she thought too violent for her young readers.
Senichi Hoshino , ,was a Nippon Professional Baseball player and manager.
Moonlight Express is a 1999 Hong Kong-Japanese romance film directed by Daniel Lee and starring Leslie Cheung and Takako Tokiwa.
Oma Ichimura is a Japanese freelance voice actor who worked for Office CHK.
Tomoko is a female Japanese given name. Like many Japanese names, Tomoko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
KimiKiss is a dating simulation game for the PlayStation 2. Released by Enterbrain in 2006, KimiKiss has become a media franchise, including manga, light novel, and has been made into an anime as of 2007-2008.
Hoshino Impul Co., Ltd., is a Japanese automotive aftermarket company based in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. Founded by Nissan's factory driver, Kazuyoshi Hoshino, the company exclusively produces aftermarket parts for Nissans, such as bodykits, engine components as well as wheels.
Nene: Onna Taikōki (寧々～おんな太閤記) is a television jidaigeki show in Japan. It was scheduled to be broadcast on TV Tokyo on January 2, 2009, from 2:00 p.m. to midnight.
Music Fair (ミュージックフェア) is a Japanese music show. It is broadcast by Fuji Television. The shows started in 1964 and it is the longest-running Japanese music show and is sponsored by Shionogi.
PopSister was a Japanese monthly gal-shibuya-kei-oriented fashion magazine published by Kadokawa Publishing & Co.. Launched in 2010 as the "older sister" magazine of Popteen, PopSister was targeted at females in their teens and early 20s.
No Matter How I Look at It, It’s You Guys' Fault I’m Not Popular! , commonly referred to as WataMote (わたモテ), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nico Tanigawa. It began serialization on Square Enix's Gangan Comics Online service from August 4, 2011 and is published by Yen Press in North America. A 4-panel spin-off manga was serialized in Gangan Joker between January 2013 and July 2015. An anime television adaptation by Silver Link aired in Japan between July and September 2013. The anime adaptation received critical acclaim, particularly for the portrayal of the main character, but was also controversial in its treatment of social anxiety.
Hoshino Resort Co., Ltd. is a Japan-based international operator of ryokan with its head office in Karuizawa, Nagano. Founded in 1904 by Kuniji Hoshino as a forestry business in Karuizawa, in the Japanese Alps, it opened its first hot spring resort in 1914.
Lost Paradise is a 1997 Japanese drama film based on the novel A Lost Paradise by Junichi Watanabe.
Mika Hoshino is a female former international table tennis player from Japan.
Emiko Kanda is a female former international table tennis player from Japan.
Tomoko Tamura is a female former international table tennis player from Japan.
Fumiko Shinpo is a female former international table tennis player from Japan.