was active as a singer songwriter since he was in high school performing at clubs. While in Canada he studied at The University of Lethbridge and was a solo musician, while also pursuing an acting career. Blaise continued the band with Maynard in 2001 where they released their first EP Tired. In 2007 he began his own label, daydream PRODUCTIONS,and started his official blog. On March 3, 2008 he launched his solo project "The Alphabet Project" where every song released hit Number 1
; Brasor, Philip, "Today is D-Day for analog television", '' Japan Times
on the Syncl Download chart. Singing in English, Japanese, and French, "The Alphabet Project" has built a reputation across Canada, the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Blaise will be releasing his first full album "Painting Music" sometime this fall, and is currently working on a film, which he will be directing. *'''tax''' tax (Takuya Kikuchi, 菊池拓哉) (born August 31, 1975 from Sendai, Miyagi (Miyagi Prefecture), Japan): drums. tax partakes in the majority of songwriting. He
(Interviewed) date 2003-09-16 title Ceres, Celestial Legend: Volume 1 - Yuu Watase Interview: Creating Characters medium DVD publisher Viz Media location San Francisco, California accessdate 2008-06-15 For example, Watase incorporated her thoughts on genetic engineering and other new technologies through the character of Kagami. While she feels such technologies can be useful to society, she feels that they should not be abused. Kagami is Watase's reflection of her view
migrate south in winter. As with most species of beaked whales, no population estimates have been made. To enable her to accurately depict the many locations used within the series, Watase traveled to Miyagi (Miyagi Prefecture), Okinawa, and Tochigi (Tochigi Prefecture) to visit the locations where legends say ''tennyo'' landed. She was able to negotiate entry into some normally closed to the public.
Watase, Yuu (Interviewed) date 2003-09-16 title Ceres, Celestial Legend: Volume 1 - Yuu Watase Interview: Ceres Settings medium DVD publisher Viz Media location San Francisco, California accessdate 2008-06-15 The characters in ''Ceres'' are not based on real people, however Watase notes that each one reflects some part of herself, as does the story as a whole.
of how people should not be, in his cruel disregard for the lives of the celestial beings he creates. Watase purposefully left Ceres' true nature ambiguous
and events thumb right Suzume Dancing Event in Aoba Festival (Image:Suzumeodori070520.JPG) thumb right Aoba Festival of Sendai (Image:Sendaiaoba070520.jpg) thumb right View of Traditional New Year's sale in Sendai (Image:SendaiHatsuuri-crowd2.jpg) * Sendai New Year's traditional Sale on January 2 * Shiroishi Kokeshi Exhibition, May 3–5 * Aoba Festival, Suzume Odori traditional Japanese dance event in May * Shiogama Port Festival in July * Sendai Tanabata Festival, August 6–8
in front of the Japanese embassy in Berlin by compassionates, including leading German politicians. http: www.bz-berlin.de bezirk tiergarten blumen-und-kerzen-fuer-opfer-in-japan-article1139145.html Though never materialised, additional proposals for aid included sending special units of the German Bundeswehr to Japan, as the German Armed Forces' decontamination equipment belongs to the most sophisticated in the world. http: www.welt.de politik deutschland
University *Sendai University *Sendai Shirayuri Women's College *Tohoku University *Tohoku Gakuin University *Tohoku Bunka Gakuen University *Tohoku Institute of Technology *Tohoku Fukushi University *Tohoku Seikatsu Bunka College *Tohoku Pharmaceutical University *Shokei Gakuin University *Ishinomaki Senshu University Transportation Train *JR East (East Japan Railway) **Tohoku Shinkansen ** Tohoku Main Line Tohoku Line
Company (JR East). It runs from Maeyachi Station in Ishinomaki, Miyagi (Ishinomaki) to Kesennuma Station in Kesennuma, Miyagi (Miyagi Prefecture). The route links the north-eastern coast of Miyagi Prefecture, with the Ishinomaki Line (and the Tohoku Main Line a few stops farther) available for transfer in the south, and the Ōfunato Line in the north. The is a local rail line in Japan, operated by the East
Japan Railway Company (JR East). It runs from Maeyachi Station in Ishinomaki, Miyagi (Ishinomaki) to Kesennuma Station in Kesennuma, Miyagi (Miyagi Prefecture). The route links the north-eastern coast of Miyagi Prefecture, with the Ishinomaki Line (and the Tohoku Main Line a few stops farther) available for transfer in the south, and the Ōfunato Line in the north. The is a rail line in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
'''Yurtec Stadium Sendai''' (ユアテックスタジアム仙台) is a football (football (soccer)) stadium in the Nanakita Park, Izumi-ku, Sendai City (Sendai), Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It was built in 1997 and is home to the J. League club Vegalta Sendai and the Japan Football League club Sony Sendai F.C.. The stadium was specifically designed for football, and the stands are arranged close to the pitch. For games where the spectator capacity is insufficient, nearby Miyagi Stadium is occasionally used as a substitute. Infrastructure The Miyagi Prefecture government office and the main city government offices are located there, along with JR Sendai Station (Sendai Station (Miyagi)), a busy train station that houses and is surrounded by stores of all kind. A short walk from the station is the Ichibancho shopping district, a popular destination. The outdoor shopping mall is home to countless shops and restaurants, from McDonald's to kimono stores. Eight stations of the Sendai Subway Nanboku Line (Nanboku Line (Sendai)) are also located
Yutake Abbe." is a JR East (East Japan Railway Company) railway station (train station) located in Ishinomaki (Ishinomaki, Miyagi), Miyagi (Miyagi Prefecture), Japan. The station and surrounding streets known as '''Manga Road''' are adorned with statues of characters created by Shotaro Ishinomori. The entrance to the station features characters from ''Cyborg 009'' and ''Kamen Rider''. Electric supply ceased due to the earthquake in the Miyagi Prefecture (w:Miyagi Prefecture) and in its southern neighbor, Fukushima Prefecture (w:Fukushima Prefecture), and 17,000 households in total have been affected and lost power. The quake struck at 8:43 am local time, located about 5 miles (8 km) underground, approximately 280 miles (451 km) north of Tokyo (w:Tokyo) in the northern prefecture of Iwate (w:Iwate Prefecture), which was felt as far away as the Capital. Mainichi indicated that Iwate and Miyagi Prefecture (w:Miyagi Prefecture)s are severely damaged so that both governors invoke Disaster Aid Act (w:ja:災害救助法) to be effective in Ichinoseki (w:Ichinoseki, Iwate) and Kurikoma (w:Kurikoma, Miyagi) respectively.