Fish oil is oil derived from the tissues of oily fish. Fish oils contain the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), precursors of certain eicosanoids that are known to reduce inflammation in the body and improve hypertriglyceridemia.   There has been a great deal of controversy in recent years ...
Takehiro Tomiyasu (冨安健洋, Tomiyasu Takehiro, born 5 November 1998) is a Japanese professional footballer who plays as a centre-back or right-back for Premier League club Arsenal and the Japan national team. Beginning his career at Avispa Fukuoka, Tomiyasu had a spell with Belgian club Sint-Truiden and Italian club Bologna before joining Arsenal in 2021.
- 5 November 1998 (age 23)
- 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
- Takehiro Tomiyasu
- Fukuoka, Japan
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Umi Matsuzaki is a 16-year-old high school student living in Coquelicot Manor, a boarding house overlooking the Port of Yokohama in Japan. Her mother, Ryoko, is a medical professor studying in the United States. Umi runs the house and looks after her younger siblings and her grandmother. Each morning, Umi raises a set of signal flagswith the messag...Masami Nagasawa as Umi Matsuzaki(松崎 海, Matsuzaki Umi), the oldest daughter of a family that runs a lodging house and a student at Isogo High School. Young Umi, in flashbacks, is voiced by Aoi Watan...Junichi Okada as Shun Kazama(風間 俊, Kazama Shun), the school newspaper president whom Umi takes an interest in. Shun is voiced by Anton Yelchin in the English-language version.Keiko Takeshita as Hana Matsuzaki(松崎 花, Matsuzaki Hana), Umi's maternal grandmother and owner of boarding house. Hana is voiced by Edie Mirman.Jun Fubuki as Ryoko Matsuzaki(松崎 良子, Matsuzaki Ryōko), Umi's mother, who is a medical professor studying in the United States. Ryoko is voiced by Jamie Lee Curtisin the English-language version.
In the film, Umi's father was killed when his Landing Ship, Tank(LST) was sunk by mines in the Korean War, and Shun's biological father died aboard a repatriation vessel after the end of the Second World War. Following Japan's defeat in the Second World War, the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) assumed control over the Japanese mercha...
From Up on Poppy Hill was officially revealed as the new Studio Ghibli film for 2011 on December 15, 2010. It is based on the 1980s shōjo manga of the same name by Tetsuo Sayama and Chizuru Takahashi. It was revealed the director Gorō Miyazaki would be directing. Gorō Miyazaki is the eldest son of Studio Ghibli's co-founder and acclaimed director H...
From Up on Poppy Hill was released in Japanese cinemas on July 16, 2011. It debuted at third placing in the Japanese box office, behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 and the dual-release Pokémon anime film Victini and the Black Hero: Zekrom and Victini and the White Hero: Reshiram. It managed to gross approximately 587 million yen a...
During the survey period between July 16 and 18, 2011, Bunkatsushin.com reported From Up on Poppy Hill had grossed 587,337,400 yen at the box office, placing third.During these three days, over 445,000 people watched this film. In a survey which was done online and on mobile platforms, it was revealed the ratio of female audience to male audience was 57% to 43%. By age, 34.8% of the audience were in their twenties, 18.9% of them were ages between 16 and 19 years old, and people who were aged...
From Up on Poppy Hill received generally positive reviews from film critics; Rotten Tomatoes sampled 86 reviews and judged 86% of them to be positive with an average rating of 7.1/10, and the consensus: "Gentle and nostalgic, From Up on Poppy Hill is one of Studio Ghibli's sweeter efforts—and if it doesn't push the boundaries of the genre, it remains as engagingly lovely as Ghibli fans have come to expect". Metacritic, which assigns a weighted averagescore, rated the film 71 out of 100 based...Kokurikozaka kara (manga)Japan, Our Homeland, Mai Mai Miracle, and Only Yesterday(other slice-of-life post-war anime about coming of age)
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Yuma Kagiyama was born in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. He is the son of two-time Olympian Masakazu Kagiyama. He skates for Chukyo University in Nagoya and Orientalbio. His hobbies include sleeping, gaming, listening to music, photography, and exercising. Kagiyama looks up to Yuzuru Hanyu, Shoma Uno and Nathan Chen.Set the junior-level men's combined total record (234.87 points) at 2019 JGP France. Later surpassed by Kagiyama himself (245.35 points) at 2019 JGP Poland, before being surpassed by Daniil Samsono...Set the junior-level men's free skating record (160.63 points) at 2019 JGP Poland. Later surpassed by Daniil Samsonovat the same event.Yuma Kagiyama at the International Skating UnionYuma Kagiyama at Olympics.com
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Born in Ehime, Japan, Kamada began playing football at "Kids FC" (now FC Zebra Kids) and helped the side win TV Ehime Cup Ehime Prefectural Youth Soccer Championship U-12 when he was in 6th grade of elementary school. When Kamada was in junior high school, he then joined Gamba Osaka and was selected for the U-13 J League. However due to injuries, Kamada was let go from the club and he returned to school, joining Higashiyama High School in 2012. Kamada quickly made an impact at the school, pla...
At the start of the 2015 season, Kamada was loaned out to J.League U-22, where he made two appearances for the side. He made his Sagan Tosu debut, coming on as a 75th-minute substitute, in a 1–0 loss against Albirex Niigata in the J.League Cup on 8 April. A month later on 10 May, Kamada scored his first goal on his J.League debut, having come on as a 72nd-minute substitute, in a 1–1 draw against Matsumoto Yamaga. This was followed up by setting up the winning goal for Yohei Toyoda to help Sag...
In June 2017, Kamada joined Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt, signing a four-year contract running until 2021.The transfer fee was reported as €2.5 million. Kamada made his Eintracht Frankfurt debut in the first round of the DFB–Pokal, starting a match and played 73 minutes before being substituted, in a 3–0 win against TuS Erndtebrück. In a follow–up match against SC Freiburg, he made his league debut for the club, starting a match and played 67 minutes before being substituted, in a 0–0...
Having previously called up to the Japan's youth team for the rest of 2015, Yamada was called up to the U21 squad the following year.He went on to make two appearances for the U21 side. In March 2016, Yamada was called up to the Japan U23 squad for the first time. He made his Japan U23 debut, coming on as a 65th-minute substitute, in a 2–1 win agai...
Kamada's father, Fukushige, was once a footballer and worked for the seniors and juniors at Osaka University of Physical Education. Because of his father's guidance, Kamada worked hard and learned how to use his body, enabling him to go back and forth between the attacking third and middle thirds, and his number of pass variations increased. He has...
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1. As of match played 14 June 2022 1. Scores and results list Japan's goal tally first, score column indicates score after each Kamada goal.