Friday, February 24, 2012

Godfather japan

  • Japan's yakuza organized-crime groups The Yamaguchi-gumi's leaders targeted by the sanctions are its "godfather," Kenichi Shinoda, 70, and his deputy Kiyoshi Takayama, 64, the Treasury Department said in its statement.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Kenichi Shinoda, the number one boss at the helm of the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japans most prominent yakuza family, and his number two Kiyoshi Takayama, have had their assets seized in the US and have been banned from financial transactions.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • It's for women and men." KN: Kidada and I are both very inspired by Japanese culture and my godfather [oncologist Dick Miyayama] created this solution in Japan over 30years ago. But our home-base is the U.S.
  • (Hollywood Reporter)
  • The 2011 series featured time-honored films such as 1952s Singin in the Rain, 1962s Lawrence of Arabia and 1972s The Godfather. The classic films 2013 at 25 Toho Cinemas theaters throughout Japan.
  • (Japan Times)
  • Fresh from a stop in Hong Kong, "TeZukA" will be performed in Tokyo this week before moving to the New Zealand Arts Festival in Wellington. The production will also travel to Germany, Austria and France.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • Cain, a former Godfathers Pizza chief executive Azeem said in other countries, like Japan and US, politicians, whether from the ruling or opposition parties, would resign when implicated in a sex scandal in order to put the allegations to rest.
  • (New Straits Times)
  • So, after renting the Godfather Blu-ray set, factor in about $15 more in electricity Singapore and Hong Kong before returning home again to Japan.
  • (Gizmodo)
  • (PanARMENIAN Network)

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