Tsukinami (月並み monthly, therefore "mediocre") may refer to:
Judo was originally created in 1882 by Jigoro Kano (嘉納治五郎) as a physical, mental, and moral pedagogy in Japan. It is generally categorized as a modern martial art, which later evolved into a combat and Olympic sport. Its most prominent feature is its competitive element, where the objective is to either throw or takedown an opponent to the ground, immobilize or otherwise subdue an opponent with a pin, or force an opponent to submit with a joint lock or a choke. Strikes and thrusts by hands and feet as well as weapons defenses are a part of judo, but only in pre-arranged forms and are not allowed in judo competition or free practice. A judo practitioner is called a judoka.
Kyushin Ryu is a form of the martial art Jujutsu consisting of striking, throwing and grappling techniques. It was developed by the Samurai in feudal Japan as a method of dispatching an armored opponent using unarmed techniques. According to the Densho of various schools and historical records, these systems of unarmed combat began to be known as Jujutsu during the Muromachi period (1333–1568).
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Famitsu, formerly Famicom Tsūshin, is a line of Japanese video game magazines published by Enterbrain, Inc. and Tokuma. Famitsu is published in both weekly and monthly formats as well as in the form of special topical issues devoted to only one console, video game company, or other theme. Shūkan Famitsū, the original Famitsū publication, is considered the most widely read and respected video game news magazine in Japan. From October 28, 2011 Enterbrain began releasing the digital version of the magazine exclusively on BookWalker weekly.
Tokuma Shoten Publishing Co., Ltd. is a publisher in Japan, headquartered in Shinagawa, Tokyo. The company was established in 1954 by Yasuyoshi Tokuma in Minato, Tokyo. The company’s product portfolio includes music publishing, video game publishing, movies, anime, magazines, manga and books.
The discography of South Korean musician BoA consists of 18 studio albums, 6 compilation albums, 1 extended plays (EPs) and numerous singles. BoA debuted as a musician through South Korean talent agency SM Entertainment at the age of 13 with the album ID; Peace B (2000), followed by her debut in Japan with Avex Trax in 2001.
José Ingenieros was an Argentine physician, pharmacist, positivist philosopher and essayist.
Akita Publishing Co., Ltd. is a Japanese publishing company established on 10 August 1948 in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Its main editorial target has always been teenagers, and it currently publishes mostly manga. The current president is Sadami Akita.
Monthly Playboy , also known as Geppure (月プレ) or MPB, was a franchise of Playboy magazine in Japan.
Watashi no Kyūseishu-sama is a Japanese manga series by Suu Minazuki, serialized in Monthly Shōnen Gangan. It ran from 2002 to 2007, with 26 chapters. The sequel, Watashi no Kyūseishu-sama ~lacrima~, was serialized in Monthly GFantasy, with 35 chapters. The whole series has 13 volumes.
Monthly Shōnen Sirius is a Japanese monthly shōnen manga magazine published by Kodansha, and first issued in May 2005. It is issued in perfect-bound B5 format and retails for 580 yen. Like all monthly shonen manga magazines, Monthly Shonen Sirius is aimed at late teens and people in their early 20s from ages 16 to 21.
South Korean boy group U-KISS has released ten studio albums, two compilation albums, seventeen extended plays, seven live albums, thirty-five singles, five video albums and thirty music videos.
Lil'B is a Japanese female pop duo, consisting of singer Mie and rapper Aila. They debuted in 2008 with "Orange," the 15th ending theme song for the anime Bleach. They are best known for their song "Kimi ni Utatta Love Song," which topped the RIAJ's monthly ringtone chart in 2008. They are also well known for their single "Tsunaida Te", which was the 3rd ending theme song for the anime Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
This is the discography of South Korean rock band F.T. Island. They debuted in 2007 with Cheerful Sensibility.
"Arigatō " is a single by Hey! Say! JUMP. It was released on December 15, 2010.
Monthly Shōnen Magazine is a japanese shōnen manga magazine published by Kodansha. Originally, in 1964 it was launched under the name Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine (別冊少年マガジン). In 1969 it was retitled as Monthly Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine (月刊別冊少年マガジン) and its publication frequency increased from quarterly to monthly. After suspension in 1974 it started publishing again, in 1975 it was renamed as current magazine title.
South Korean boy group BTS have released six studio albums, four compilation albums and five extended plays.
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun is an ongoing Japanese four-panel romantic comedy webcomic written and illustrated by Izumi Tsubaki. Its chapters are serialized in Gangan Online, and have been published in both physical and digital releases of Shoujo Romance Girly and tankōbon volumes by Square Enix. An anime television series adaptation by Doga Kobo aired in July 2014.
"TSUKINAMI" is the third studio album by singer and cellist Kanon Wakeshima, released February 25, 2015. The album peaked at #30 on the Oricon Albums Chart and stayed on the chart for four weeks.
Hōshō (宝生) is a Japanese theatrical school. It specializes in Noh (能), a classic musical drama. Five schools specialize in shite : Kanze (観世), Hōshō (宝生), Kita (喜多), Kongō (金剛) and Komparu (金春). All schools except Kita were founded in Nara around 600 years ago. Kanze, Hōshō and Kita are mainly based in Tokyo, Japan.
Yo-kai Watch Shadowside: Oni-ō no Fukkatsu is a 2017 Supernatural Theatrical anime film produced by OLM, Inc. and distributed by Toho. It is the fourth film in the Yo-kai Watch film series, following the 2016 film Yo-kai Watch: Soratobu Kujira to Double no Sekai no Daibōken da Nyan!, the first crossover film in the series featuring characters from Shigeru Mizuki's GeGeGe no Kitarō manga and a sequel to the original anime series, the first film set 30 years after the series' storyline. It is directed by Shinji Ushiro and written by Yoichi Kato, with Level-5 president Akihiro Hino overseeing the production, including the film's script. It is released on Japanese theaters on December 16, 2017 and on DVD July 4, 2018.