Aoyama Chikako

Aoyama Tsukiko Desu!  Comics

Posted by Lebedev30 at April 10, 2017
Aoyama Tsukiko Desu!

Aoyama Tsukiko Desu!
Japanese | YUKI Nojin | CBR | 187 pages | 38.2 Mb
Genre: Comedy Drama Romance School Life Shoujo

Hana Aoyama - Set One  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Feb. 12, 2017
Hana Aoyama - Set One

Hana Aoyama - Set One
88 JPG | 1920 x 1219 (HQ) | 121.30 MB

Hana Aoyama (born October 8, 1994, Chiba, Japan ; 149cm, 85-58-83 cm) is a Japanese Model and AV Idol.

Hikaru Aoyama - Set Two  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Nov. 3, 2016
Hikaru Aoyama - Set Two

Hikaru Aoyama - Set Two
100 JPG | 1000 x 1450 | 77.35 MB

Aoyama Hikaru (born June 13, 1993 in Nagasaki, Japan, Measurement : 154cm , 95-59-90) is a Japanese gravure idol.

Hikaru Aoyama - Set One  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Dec. 13, 2015
Hikaru Aoyama - Set One

Hikaru Aoyama - Set One
104 JPG | 2500 x 3750 (UHQ & HQ) | 109.33 MB

Aoyama Hikaru (born June 13, 1993 in Nagasaki, Japan, Measurement : 154cm , 95-59-90) is a Japanese gravure idol.

Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature by Tomoko Aoyama  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Aug. 12, 2015
Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature by Tomoko Aoyama

Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature by Tomoko Aoyama
English | 15 Nov. 2008 | ISBN: 082483285X | 285 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Literature, like food, is, in Terry Eagleton's words, "endlessly interpretable," and food, like literature, "looks like an object but is actually a relationship." So how much do we, and should we, read into the way food is represented in literature? "Reading Food" explores this and other questions in an unusual and fascinating tour of twentieth-century Japanese literature.

Eureka - by Shinji Aoyama (2000)  Video

Posted by alexov85 at March 1, 2014
Eureka - by Shinji Aoyama (2000)

Eureka - by Shinji Aoyama (2000)
DVD9(cust.) | Japanese | 720x480 | mpeg2, ~7318 kbps | AC3, 192 kbps | 7.74 GB
Subs: English, French, Russian | Drama

A transcendent story of redemption. On what seemed to be a normal morning in southwest Japan, a crazed killer, apparently without motive, hijacks a city bus. In the ensuing carnage only three people survive - the driver, a schoolgirl and her older brother. After a long period away, the traumatized bus driver returns to his family only to find his wife has left him.

Nana Aoyama - Japanese Idol  Graphics

Posted by wacko at Aug. 23, 2009
Nana Aoyama - Japanese Idol

Nana Aoyama - Japanese Idol
100 photos | 1000x1500 | PDF | 52MB

Noriko Aoyama - Touch me in the morning  Graphics

Posted by tizahi at Aug. 14, 2009
Noriko Aoyama - Touch me in the morning

Noriko Aoyama - Touch me in the morning
190 JPEG l 900x1200 l 45.09 MB
Hachirou Aoyama - Shinkansen Daibakuha (Super Express 109) (1975) {1996 VAP CD}

Hachirou Aoyama - Shinkansen Daibakuha (Super Express 109) (1975) {1996 VAP CD}
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 129 mb
Genre: soundtrack

Shinkansen Daibakuha is the 1975 soundtrack album by Hachirou Aoyama. The movie was also known as Super Express 109 in some cities. It was also known as The Bullet Train in other cities, because the movie traveled a lot. This is taken from a 1996 CD pressing released by the VAP label.
Die Like a Dog - The Complete FMP Recordings (2007) [4CD Boxset] {Jazzwerkstatt}

Die Like a Dog - The Complete FMP Recordings (2007) [4CD Boxset] {Jazzwerkstatt}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 1.46 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 620 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 38 Mb
© 2007 Jazzwerkstatt / FMP | jw 060
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Free Improvisation

In 1993, Peter Brotzmann launched his Die Like A Dog quartet to pay tribute to the short and turbulent life of his near-contemporary Albert Ayler, a synchronistic saxophone innovator and fellow timbral virtuoso ('It's not about notes, it's about sounds'). all the highs and lows of an insane 'career' that nudged Albert ever closer to that dog's death in the East River. 'Die Like A Dog', though, has to be a misnomer for the life-affirming music of Brotzmann's quartet. Kondo, a most curious fellow whose every appearance seems a Zen manifestation - he pops up suddenly, like an oriental rabbit out of a hat - is, according to this month's jazz press, on conversational terms with the Dalai Lama. He's also a long term student of T'ai Chi and knows when to hit.