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akira yoshimuraの例文

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  • Akira Yoshimura published a novel " Hagoku " based on him.
  • The incident was also the subject of a novel by modern writer Akira Yoshimura.
  • He kept silent until a non-fiction writer, Akira Yoshimura could touch his heart and interviewed 30 years later in mid-1970s.
  • Born in 1927, Akira Yoshimura is an acclaimed Japanese writer who has written 20 novels, only two of which have been translated into English.
  • The set, designed by Akira Yoshimura and Rebecca Vary, makes excellent use of the somewhat awkwardly L-shaped theater, which at just 137 seats is also one of the more intimate stages in New York.
  • This haunting and austerely beautiful novel of medieval Japan, the first of the 20 novels by Akira Yoshimura to be translated into English, makes you wonder why it took so long for an American publisher to discover him.
  • Akira Yoshimura's design of the Tyrone's New London, Conn ., cottage looks crammed into the Irish Rep's difficult space, and Jason Robert Brown's lush musical interludes often sound like the underscoring for a Harlequin romance.
  • By Eugene O'Neill; directed by Charlotte Moore; produced by Ciaran O'Reilly; sets by Akira Yoshimura; lighting by Gregory Cohen; costumes by Linda Fisher; hair by Robert Charles Vallance; associate set designer, Joe DeTullio; music by Jason Robert Brown; production stage manager, John Handy.
  • Directed by Dave Wilson; Jim Downey, producer; Ken Aymong, supervising producer; Mike Shoemaker and Sue Leibman, associate producers; Caroline Stevens, production executive; Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura and Keith Ian Raywood, production designers; Downey, head writer; G . E . Smith and Cheryl Hardwick, music; Lorne Michaels, executive producer.
  • Directed by Shohei Imamura; written ( in Japanese, with English subtitles ) by Motofumi Tomikawa, Daisuke Tengan and Imamura, based on the novel " Sparkles in the Darkness " by Akira Yoshimura; director of photography, Shigeru Komatsubara; edited by Hajime Okayasu; music by Shinichiro Ikebe; produced by Hisa Iino; released by New Yorker Films.