Songs about Takeko:

songsLove Has Gone feat. Takeko Akamatsu (a.k.a. Craftwife) by Invisible Future from the Album Treasure of Voices


Books about Takeko:

booksLover of one's Takeko (Kodansha Comics Mimi) (1991) ISBN: 4061703153 [Japanese Import] by Reiko Mochizuki (0010)

books2 Takeko lover's (Kodansha Comics Mimi) (1991) ISBN: 4061703404 [Japanese Import] by Reiko Mochizuki (0010)

books3 Takeko lover's (Kodansha Comics Mimi) (1992) ISBN: 4061703862 [Japanese Import] by Reiko Mochizuki (0010)

booksLover of Takeko acid (4) (Kodansha Manga Bunko) (2000) ISBN: 4062607867 [Japanese Import] (0010)

booksLover of Takeko's (5) (Kodansha Manga Bunko) (2000) ISBN: 4062607875 [Japanese Import] (0010)

booksLover of Takeko's (6) (Kodansha Manga Bunko) (2000) ISBN: 4062607883 [Japanese Import] (0010)

booksYu no Hana - North Kujo Takeko (2001) ISBN: 4877390502 [Japanese Import] by Tanigawa Mitsue (0010)


Wiki information Takeko:

Takeko Kujō
Deceased Person, 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.

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...