Numerology information Kyuzo:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma


Books about Kyuzo:

books(2) Mifune Kyuzo (Iwate person cartoon series (2)) (1988) ISBN: 4872011139 [Japanese Import] by Hideki Izumi (0010)

booksBonsai: Trees and Shrubs [ 1964 ] A Guide to the Methods of Kyuzo Murata (Basic Bonsai Techniques and Practices... by Lynn R. Perry (1964)

booksBonsai: Trees and Shrubs: A Guide to the Methods of Kyuzo Murata by Lynn R. Perry (1964)

booksKokugakuin Daigaku Toshokan zo Takeda Yukichi Hakushi kyuzo zenpon kaidai (Japanese Edition) by Kokugakuin Daigaku (0010)

booksGenius of love - the way you walked in Nishimura Kyuzo (Mass Market Paperback) (1986) ISBN: 4101162166 [Japanese... by Miura Ayako (0100)

booksFukui Kyuzo waka Renga copyright select three major Japanese book of poems under Soran (2011) ISBN: 4877335706... by Fukui Kyuzo (0010)

booksHistorical research first part of Fukui Kyuzo Waka Renga Renga copyright selected 4 (2011) ISBN: 4877335714 [Japanese... by Fukui Kyuzo (0010)


Movies about Kyuzo:

moviesKodokan Judo with Master Technician Kyuzo Mifune 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 9 mins Directed by: Rising Sun Productions

moviesJudo's Greatest Master! Kyuzo Mifune 10th Dan 2010 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 10 mins Directed by: Yamazato Productions

moviesJudo's Greatest Master! Kyuzo Mifune, 10th Dan 2007 - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Starring: Kyuzo Mifune Directed by: George Alexander

moviesKodokan Judo - with Master Technician Kyuzo Mifune 2003 - Runtime: 2 hrs Starring: Kyuzo Mifune Directed by: Alfred Tucci

moviesKodokan Judo With Master Technician Kyuzo Mifune 2000 -

moviesKodokan Judo Master Kyuzo Mifune DVD -


Wiki information Kyuzo:

Kyuzo Mifune
Man, Personal film appearance, Person, Deceased Person

Kyuzo Mifune has been categorized as one of the greatest exponents of the art of judo after the founder, Kanō Jigorō. He is considered by many to be the greatest judo technician ever, after Kanō.

Sakai Kyuzo
Deceased Person, Person

Sakai Kyūzō was a retainer of Oda Nobunaga and son of Sakai Masahisa. He fought his first battle at age thirteen, and then fought another battle at the Siege of Odani Castle. In that battle, he was killed.