TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «KIMONOED»
The term «kimonoed» is used very little and occupies the 162.292
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KIMONOED»
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and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A Hundred Years of Japanese Film: A Concise History, with a ...
This new sword-fighting samurai was thus an individual, even a nonconformist, a
kind of kimonoed cowboy — as epitomized by Mifune Toshiro in one of his later
appearances, in Kurosawa Akira's Yojimho ( 1961 ). When the young Bando ...
The kimonoed officer quickly put his bottle on the table and stood at attention.
The other soldiers followed. The music stopped. Kubuda walked around and
barked orders in Japanese; he stopped in front of the kimonoed officer and
Alexandria Xiaoli Zheng, calibre (0.7.50) [http://calibre-ebook.com]
A Discontented Diaspora: Japanese Brazilians and the ...
The images of kimonoed farm workers and hipster youths remind viewers of the
change, as does the straightforward narration. ... The immigrant generation is
exoticized, and the opening shot, of an elderly kimonoed gentleman in a garden,
The Collected Works of Langston Hughes, Volume 14, ...
Here there were a dozen brightly kimonoed girls, each with an elaborate,
towering hair-do, full of colored pins and combs. Each had her own little wooden
headrest for working purposes, so that her intricately dressed hair would not
touch the ...
Arnold Rampersad, Langston Hughes, Dolan Hubbard
Only it was an array of kimonoed ladies and gentlemen led by Muragishi-san and
a Mr. Honda, whom she introduced as Supervisor of Education for the Hokkaido
district. When this double—file parade got into my house, they didn't just want to ...
Rochas is developing his tiered skirts, using deep flounces on one or two of his
jackets as well. mad carpentier: Continues bias cut or kimonoed sleeve, wider at
top and sometimes importantly draped and pushed up to the elbow; bodices
OLD CUSTOM is New Year's Day game of hanetsuiki, similar to badminton, here
played by kimonoed girls in front of bicycle shop. AMERICAN CHILDREN AT
PLAY, SCHOOL BUSES AT WASHINGTON HEIGHTS SCHOOL.
Marine Chaplain 1943-46
On the drive home we saw a farmer under a wide brimmed hat of straw, and
several kimonoed women carrying huge protective parasols as they clattered
along the wet pavement on high wooden clogs. “All this,” I remember thinking to
George W. Wickersham II, 2008
Encyclopedia of Contemporary Japanese Culture
Through a series of folds a flat sheet of paper is transformed into three-
dimensional shapes ranging from a simple frog to the complex folds of a
kimonoed woman of the court. The practice is thought to have come to Japan
from China during ...
The 47th Samurai: A Bob Lee Swagger Novel
The somber, gray light lent everything a stoic dignity; in glass cases, kimonoed
princesses and armored knights stood nobly, reflecting the grandeur of a past so
glorious and bloody and complicated, so full of opera and murder, it almost
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «KIMONOED»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
'Butterfly' presentation at museum
Visitors to the Mariposa Museum and World Culture Center often admire “Butterfly,” the exquisitely kimonoed, hand-crafted marionette that ... «The Keene Sentinel, Jun 15»
Robot receptionist greets shoppers in Japan
The kimonoed android has life-like skin and 43 motors allowing it to move in several ways. Aiko Chihira won't be able to answer any questions, ... «KSL.com, May 15»
Tamagawa Taiko stuns audience with more than just volume
The performances were extremely gendered — strong men shouting and energetically beating the drums while kimonoed women danced as if ... «Swarthmore College The Phoenix Online, Apr 15»
You call this romance?
We walk through a small garden before entering reception and being met by an immaculately kimonoed woman who brings tea and asks ... «Stuff.co.nz, Sep 14»
The walk that made me love Japan
... a lane dominated by huge Buddhas, high towers on either side, and shops selling exquisite prints of kimonoed women and samurai warriors. «BBC News, Jul 14»
'Mogura no Uta: Sennyu Sosakan Reiji (The Mole Song: Undercover …
... his talent (see 2011′s “Genji Monogatari: Sennen no Nazo [Tale of Genji — A Thousand Year Enigma]” for a splendidly kimonoed example) ... «The Japan Times, Feb 14»
Hell Hath No Fury: Women Take Brilliant Cinematic Revenge at BAM
... of Japan's military nobility to their bamboo lair with promises of sake before they savage their victims' throats like lavishly kimonoed mousers. «Village Voice, Feb 14»
'Chiisai Ouchi (The Little House)'
From a bumpkin who stands in fear and awe of her exquisitely kimonoed employer, Taki becomes a trusted confidante who can, when the ... «The Japan Times, Jan 14»
Space Odyssey on the Trans-Siberian: Bowie in the USSR
Oleg was actually in the Amur region when Bowie trundled through on the train, but serving in the army, so he knew nothing of the kimonoed ... «Tne Moscow News, Aug 13»
A Ritual of Refreshing Restraint
A shaggy haired Brit attending a media conference in the ballroom stepped up to take a photo with his iPhone as the kimonoed women quietly ... «Huffington Post, May 13»