Watanabe


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Wa•ta•na•be

(ˌwɑ təˈnɑ bi)
n.
Kazan, 1793–1841, Japanese scholar and painter.
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TOKYO (CyHAN)- Tokyo prosecutors will reinvestigate a funding scandal case involving the former head of the disbanded opposition Your Party, Yoshimi Watanabe, after an independent judicial panel of citizens on Monday found the initial inquest and verdict to be unsound.
Pancakes are close to the actor's heart: Long before his starring roles in "The Last Samurai'' and "Letters From Iwo Jima,'' Watanabe encountered his first stack when he came to New York to film his first TV show.
NASDAQ: PRTS), one of the largest online providers of automotive aftermarket parts and accessories, today announced the appointment of Neil Watanabe as Chief Financial Officer effective March 23, 2015.
Viet Nam will do its utmost to help Japanese investors in Viet Nam, said State President Truong Tan Sang while receiving Governor of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Hiroshi Watanabe.
has named Gwen Watanabe its new vice president of business development and technical resources.
Watanabe is the generic name for Japan's housewife speculators, who have wielded significant influence over foreign exchange and other markets through their trading.
Watanabe and Shimomi became acquainted with each other about a year ago and investigators believe the murder was triggered by financial trouble between the two.
Muscat: Kazuo Ohara, executive vice-president, Lexus International and Hideki Watanabe, chief engineer, Lexus LS have arrived in Oman to formally launch Lexus' finest epitome of luxury and its flagship premium vehicle - the 2013 LS.
JCCI director Ichiro Watanabe recently presented the white paper to Taiwan's Council for Economic Planning and Development Deputy Minister Wu Ming-chi, with 11 of the 41 recommendations being new.
Ishihara's strategy for defeating centralization of power," Yoshimi Watanabe said on a television program.
Ken Watanabe is set to star in the Japanese version of the 1992 American film "Unforgiven.
Tamae Watanabe reached Everest's 8,850m-high summit from the northern side of the mountain in Tibet yesterday morning with four other team members, said Ang Tshering, of the China Tibet Mountaineering Association in Nepal.