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Definition funny of Kenko:
To kenko something is to overdo it to the point of sadness mostly related to studying and revising and named after a guy called kenko who studies too much.
"Oh man, I kenkoed that test" "Nah you probably sagared it"
Songs about Kenko:
Kenko Dojyo No Waltz by Naruyoshi Kikuchi from the Album Pandora No Hako''Original Sound Track
Lucecita (Kenko Edit) by Buddha Sounds from the Album The Complete Journey
Books about Kenko:
Kenko Kitchen: Simple Sugar-free, Gluten-Free & Vegan Recipes by Kate Bradley (Mar 3, 2015)
Essays in Idleness by Donald Keene (Apr 15, 1998)
Essays in Idleness: The Tsurezuregusa of Kenko by Kenko and Donald Keene (Jan 1, 1981)
Formless in Form: Kenko, Tsurezuregusa and the Rhetoric of Japanese Fragmentary Prose by Linda Chance (Sep 1, 1997)
KENKO MAYONNAISE CO., LTD.: International Competitive Benchmarks and Financial Gap Analysis (Dec 2, 2003)
KENKO Mayonnaise Co., Ltd.: Company Profile and SWOT Analysis by iCD Research (Oct 13, 2011)
Kenko, Inc.; 97-0925 07/30/98 by OSHRC ALJ (Apr 23, 2013)
Movies about Kenko:
Vol. 3-Kenko Zenrakei Suieibu Umisho 2007 -
Kenko Zenrakei Suieibu Umisho 5 2008 -
Vol. 4-Kenko Zenrakei Suieibu Umisho 2007 -
Vol. 6-Kenko Zenrakei Suieibu Umisho 2008 -
Rakugo - Rakugo DVD Sanyutei Kenko Rakugo Shu Miratori / Sokotsu No Shisha / Okyo No Yurei TSDS-75552 Unrated -
Special Interest - Dai Hit Enka De Kenko Taiso! Enkacise Vol.5 Michinoku Hitori Tabi TFD-1213 Unrated -
Special Interest - Dai Hit Enka De Kenko Taiso! Enkacise Box 2 00FD-3 Unrated -
Wiki information Kenko:
Kenko Co., Ltd. is a Japanese manufacturer and trading company of photographic accessories, especially known for its teleconverters and filters. Located in Tokyo, they have been producing conversion lenses since the 1960s. They produce camera lenses...
Yoshida Kenkō was a Japanese author and Buddhist monk. His most famous work is Tsurezuregusa, one of the most studied works of medieval Japanese literature. Kenko wrote during the Muromachi and Kamakura periods.