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馬場, meaning "horse field", "hippodrome", or "racecourse", may refer to: read more

List of Kamichama Karin characters

This article is a list of characters in ''Kamichama Karin''.==References==ja:かみちゃまかりん#登場人物 read more

Battle of Bun'ei

The ,In the name "Battle of Bun'ei," the noun "''Bun'ei''" refers to the ''nengō'' (Japanese era name) after "''Kōchō''" and before "''Kenji''." In other words, the Battle of Bun'ei occurred during Bun'ei, which was a time period spanning the years from February 1264 to April 1275 or Bun'ei Campaign, also known as the First Battle of Hakata Bay, was the first attempt by the Yuan Dynasty founded by the Mongols to invade Japan. After conquering the Japanese settlements on Tsushima and Iki islands,... read more

List of Strawberry Panic! albums

This article lists the albums attributed to the anime and visual novel adaptations of ''Strawberry Panic!''.===Shōjo Meiro de Tsukamaete=== is a single by Aki Misato released on April 26, 2006 in Japan by Lantis. The song "Shōjo Meiro de Tsukamaete" was the first opening theme to the anime ''Strawberry Panic!''.===Himitsu Dolls=== is a single by Mai Nakahara and Ai Shimizu released on May 24, 2006 in Japan by Lantis. The song "Himitsu Dolls" was the first ending theme to the anime ''Strawberry... read more

List of Gaiking: Legend of Daiku-Maryu episodes

''Gaiking: Legend of Daikū-Maryū'' (Japanese: ガイキング LEGEND OF DAIKU-MARYU Hepburn: ''Gaikingu Rejendo Obu Daikū Maryū''?, lit. ''Gaiking: Legend of the Divine Demon-Dragon'') is a Super Robot mecha anime series produced by Toei Animation. It was a re-imagining of the original series created by Go Nagai and was aired in TV Asahi from November 12, 2005 to September 24, 2006, lasting a total of 39 episodes.== Episodes =="Daikû Maryû ga kita!" (完成品の到着!)"Ore ga Erabareta Senshi!?"... read more

Mongol invasions of Japan

The , which took place in 1274 and 1281, were major military efforts undertaken by Kublai Khan to conquer the Japanese archipelago after the submission of Goryeo (Korea) to vassaldom. Ultimately a failure, the invasion attempts are of macro-historical importance because they set a limit on Mongol expansion and rank as nation-defining events in the history of Japan.The Mongol invasions are considered a precursor to early modern warfare. One of the most notable technological innovations during the... read more

Dragon Ball: Saikyō e no Michi Original Soundtrack

is the official licensed soundtrack of 10th anniversary ''Dragon Ball'' movie by the same name (''The Path to Power'' in Funimation dub.). It was released by Columbia Records on March 23, 1996 in Japan only. This album contains tracks from the film that also played in ''Dragon Ball GT'' due to that the shows composer Akira Tokunaga worked on the film as well. As a result, this album is sought after by many fans of the GT series. The album also includes a cinematic version of the GT opening theme... read more


Fumiya (written: 文也, 史也, 郁哉, ふみや in hiragana or フミヤ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more

Fumie (given name)

Fumie (written: 文絵, 文枝, 史絵, 章江, 章枝 or ふみえ in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more

Best of GO!GO!

is a 2006 compilation album by Japanese rock band GO!GO!7188.==Track listing==# Koi no Uta (こいのうた) (''Love Song'')# Thunder Girl (Kanden Version) (サンダーガール(感電ヴァージョン) (''Thunder Girl - Electric Shock Version'')# Kunoichi (くのいち) (''Female ninja'')# Dotanba de Cancel (ドタン場でキャンセル) (''A Last-minute Cancellation'')# Tsuki to Kōra (月と甲羅) (''The Moon and a Shell'')# Jet Ninjin (ジェットにんぢん) (''Jet Carrot'')# Tokage 3-gō... read more

Colorful (Jun Shibata song)

"Colorful" is Jun Shibata's 15th single. It was released on September 12, 2007 and peaked at #15.==Track listing==#Moufu no naka (もうふのなか; ''Inside the Blanket'') read more

Hōjō Ujimasa

was the fourth head of the late Hōjō clan, and ''daimyo'' of Odawara.He was the son-in-law of Takeda Shingen. Ujimasa commanded in many battles, consolidating his clan's position, and retired in 1590. His son Hōjō Ujinao became head of the clan and lord of Odawara, but later that year they failed to hold Odawara against the forces of Toyotomi Hideyoshi (see Siege of Odawara (1590)). Ujimasa was forced to commit suicide along with his brother Ujiteru.Like many samurai who committed seppuku in... read more

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== Summary ==ja: 日本海運 油槽船『あかつき丸』、撮影時期不明、撮影場所不明en: Japan Line oiler ''Akatsuki Maru'', unknown date, unknown location read more

Midori no Makibaō

is a manga series written and illustrated by Tsunomaru and serialized in ''Weekly Shōnen Jump''. It was also adapted into an anime series.==Plot==Midori Makibaō is a small white mule. Compared to the other thoroughbred horses, his physical size comparable to a donkey with wide nostrils. However, with guts and speed as his weapons, Makibaō wins in every big race.At the beginning of his career, Makibaō has trouble making his debut as a racehorse. But he has reasons to overcome his difficulties;... read more

Furusato (children's song)

''Furusato'' monument in Tottori Prefecture. is a well-known Japanese children's song, with music by Teiichi Okano and lyrics by Tatsuyuki Takano. The song was composed in 1914. The Japanese word ''furusato'' means "old home" or "hometown". Although Takano's hometown was Nakano, Nagano, his lyrics do not seem to refer to a particular place."100 years of Furusato", Sankei Shinbun, p1, Oct 9, 2014 Instead, they describe a person who is working in a distant land, expressing his feelings of nostalgia... read more


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