songs

Songs about Misaka:

songsAleku Misaka by Feven Tewelde from the Album Asmara Beats, Vol. 3 (Eritrean Music)

songsMal Nelanawa Misaka by Kavushani Nisansala Wijesinghe from the Album Sanda Diya Sagare

songsMisaka by Earthsound from the Album Movement

songsMisaka Mago-Uta by Kazunari Abe from the Album The Echo of Dragon Singing

songsMisaka Mago-uta by Sora Ocean from the Album 88

books

Books about Misaka:

booksMisaka river connection - Songbook (Aogaki Sosho) (2000) ISBN: 4881892304 [Japanese Import] by Kurihara Miyoko (0100)

booksMisaka Pass - Nakamura Goro anthology (1992) ISBN: 4886253644 [Japanese Import] by Nakamura Goro (0010)

booksMonthly Comic Dengeki Daioh Zoukan "Mikoto Misaka" Maniacs [2013 October]

booksNursery rhyme poet transmitted to the heart - Collection Rie Ki scene Misaka Hitoshi Kaneko Misuzu (2007) ISBN... by Hitoshi Misaka (0010)

booksDegeki Daio Magazine - August 2013 Issue - w/ Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S Mikoto Misaka Earphones Jack Accesary... by Hakusensha (2013)

booksfuture gazer (A Certain Scientific Railgun: Misaka-san wa Ima Chuumoku no Mato Desukara Openings) by fripSide... by Fairy inc. (Japan) (2010)

booksPODIFORM CHROMITITES OF THE TARI-MISAKA ULTRAMAFIC COMPLEX, SOUTHWESTERN JAPAN, AS MANTLE-MELT INTERACTION PRODUCTS... by Shoji & Yurimoto, Hisayoshi Arai (1994)

movies

Movies about Misaka:

moviesTranscending: Wat Misaka Story - Educational Version with PPR 2008 - Runtime: 1 hr 25 mins Directed by: Bruce Alan Johnson, et al.

wiki

Wiki information Misaka:

Wataru Misaka
Basketball Player, Measured person, Person, Athlete

Wataru "Wat" Misaka is a retired American professional basketball player. A 5'7" point guard, the Japanese American was the first player of Asian descent and the first non-Caucasian person to play in the National Basketball Association, known then as...

Misaka, Yamanashi
Japanese city/town, Location, Statistical region, City/Town/Village, Dated location

Misaka was a town located in Higashiyatsushiro District, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. As of 2003, the town had an estimated population of 12,116 and a density of 207.57 persons per km². The total area was 58.37 km². On October 12, 2004, Misaka, along...