• Sosuke Sumitani

    Sōsuke Sumitani (炭谷 宗佑 Sumitani Sōsuke, January 14, 1980 in Tokyo) is a Japanese announcer for Nippon Television. He was known for his good looks and was the sports announcer on various shows, slowly becoming a household name. Sumitani graduated from the Department of Economics at Keio University.

  • Sōsuke Sumitani

  • Sumitani Sōsuke

  • Sōsuke

    Sōsuke, Sosuke or Sousuke (written: 宗佑, 宗輔, 宗助, 壮祐, 壮介, 壮亮, 荘介, 蒼甫, or 創介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • Sosuke Takatani

    Sosuke Takatani (高谷 惣亮, Takatani Sōsuke, born April 5, 1989) is an amateur Japanese freestyle wrestler, who competes in the middleweight category (under 74 kg).

  • Sōsuke Aizen

    Sōsuke Aizen

    Sōsuke Aizen (藍染 惣右介, Aizen Sōsuke) is a fictional character and the main antagonist for most of the first half of the manga series Bleach (and the most significant one for the entirety of the anime adaptation) created by Tite Kubo. He is the captain of the Fifth Division when he is first introduced, but later betrays the Soul Society and becomes the series' main antagonist, before Ichigo Kurosaki and Kisuke Urahara defeat him. His former lieutenant is Momo Hinamori.

  • Sōsuke Kaise

    Sōsuke Kaise (海瀬 壮祐, Kaise Sōsuke) is a Japanese manga artist, who is best known for the manga Grenadier . He did however create a number of one shot manga prior to that, also published in Kadokawa magazines. Grenadier started with two one offs in November 2000 and February 2001, but didn't begin regular serialisation until June 2002. At the end of 2004, a 12 episode anime series was created by Studio Live and Group TAC, and broadcast on the satellite station WOWOW. The seventh and last volume of the manga was published 26 May 2005.

  • Namiki Sōsuke

    Namiki Sōsuke

    Namiki Sōsuke (Japanese: 並木宗輔; 1695 – c. 1751), also known as Namiki Senryū, was a prominent Japanese playwright who wrote for both kabuki and bunraku (puppet theater). He produced around 47 bunraku plays, nearly 40 of them composed for jōruri , a particular form of musical narrative, and 10 kabuki plays. He is considered the second greatest Japanese playwright after Chikamatsu Monzaemon.

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