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Takeko Expression, Takeko Soul Urge, Takeko Inner Dream

Numerology information Takeko:

  • Name Number: 9. Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless

Songs about Takeko:

  • Love Has Gone feat. Takeko Akamatsu (a.k.a. Craftwife) by Invisible Future from the Album Treasure of Voices
  • Yumemite Aino (I Was Dreaming Of You) [feat. Takeko Akamatsu] (I Was Dreaming Of You) by Jean-Marc Lederman Experience from the Album The Last Broadcast on Earth

Books about Takeko:

  • Every Day God: Heart to Heart With the Divine - Jul 5, 2000 by David Hose and Takeko Hose
  • Muyuge: Flower Without Sorrow - 1985 by Takeko Kujo
  • Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy = Iyana kibun yo sayonara : jibun de manabu yokutsu kokufukuho * [Japanese... - 1990 by David D. Burns and translated by Soichiro Nomura
  • SAWORI (Japanese Edition) - Jul 8, 2015 by Ninomiya Sawori and Hayasaka Rui
  • mama to sanndei no nakamatati: nenndo de tukutta ohanasi (Japanese Edition) - Jun 26, 2015 by sambommatu takeko and motokawa katyuya
  • The Mekong: Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future.(Review): An article from: Contemporary Southeast Asia - Jul 28, 2005 by Takeko Iinuma
  • Lover of one's Takeko (Kodansha Comics Mimi) (1991) ISBN: 4061703153 [Japanese Import] -
  • 2 Takeko lover's (Kodansha Comics Mimi) (1991) ISBN: 4061703404 [Japanese Import] -
  • 3 Takeko lover's (Kodansha Comics Mimi) (1992) ISBN: 4061703862 [Japanese Import] -
  • Lover of Takeko acid (4) (Kodansha Manga Bunko) (2000) ISBN: 4062607867 [Japanese Import] -
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Wiki information Takeko:

  • Nakano Takeko
    Deceased Person, Person

    Nakano Takeko was a Japanese female warrior of the Aizu domain, who fought and died during the Boshin War. Nakano, born in Edo, was the daughter of Nakano Heinai, an Aizu official. She was thoroughly trained in the martial and literary arts, and was...

  • Takeko Kujō
    Person, Deceased Person

    Takeko Kujō was a humanitarian and founder of the Buddhist Women's Association in order to promote the status and solidarity of Buddhist women in Japan, and later overseas.

  • Takeko
    Film character, Fictional Character

    Takeko is a fictional character from the 2007 film Spider Lilies.

  • Takeko Hidaka
    Actor, Film actor, Person

    Takeko Hidaka is an actress.

  • Takeko Nakamura
    Fictional Character, Film character

    Takeko Nakamura is a fictional character from the 1957 film The Hole.

  • Takeko Taniguchi
    Fictional Character, Film character

    Takeko Taniguchi is a fictional character from the 1969 film Boy.

  • Takekoshi Yosaburō
    Author, Person, Deceased Person

    Takekoshi Yosaburō was a Japanese historian and politician, member of the Diet and Privy councillor. He was a graduate of Keiō gijuku. Takekoshi was a committed advocate of Japanese expansion in the South Seas, rather than China. Among his works...

  • Takekoma Inari Shrine

    The Takekoma Inari Shrine is a Shintō shrine in the city of Iwanuma in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It is considered one of the three main shrines dedicated to the kami Inari, and claims to be the second-oldest Inari shrine in Japan. It was also...

  • Takekoma Station
    Transit Stop, Location

    Takekoma Station was a JR East railway station located in Rikuzen-Takata, Iwate Prefecture, Japan. The station was destroyed by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami and has now been replaced by a provisional Bus Rapid Transit line.

  • Takeko's master
    Fictional Character, Film character

    Takeko's master is a fictional character from the 2007 film Spider Lilies.

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