ISSHO

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ISSHOInter-System Soft Hand-Off
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As well as the Sky Lounge and Issho, there's Belgrave Music Hall (belgravemusichall.com) in the Northern Quarter, a hipster area where new investment is helping create a district on the rise.
Tomi wa issho no takara, chi wa bandai no takara (Aoyama 259).
Kitano is the second Japanese to received the Venice festival's director award after Mizoguchi in 1952 for ''Saikaku Ichidai Onna,'' while Kitano's ''HANA-BI'' was the third Japanese film to capture a Golden Lion, after the late Akira Kurosawa's ''Rashomon'' in 1951, and ''Muhomatsu no Issho'' (The Life of Matsu the Untamed) by the late Hiroshi Inagaki in 1958.
In 1958, he debuted with the song ''Muho Matsu no Issho'' (The life of the outlaw Matsu).
ISSHO Kikaku, which calls for an end to discrimination against foreigners in Japan, said it will also send a copy of its findings to a U.N.
To date, it has four dining establishments including Avenue Bar, the Bonifacio Lounge, Issho (Japanese cuisine) and The Grill.
Apart from these (https://www.jp.playstation.com/blog/detail/4160/20161207-forwardworks.html?tkgpscom=dc_forwardworks_ps_tw_20161207) games , PlayStation franchise-based games such as "Parappa the Rapper," "Doko Demo Issho" and "Boku no Natsuyasumi" will be included in the next round of releases, ForwardWorks (http://www.phonearena.com/news/Sony-announces-new-PlayStation-games-coming-to-mobile_id88752) confirmed to Phonearena.
It goes: ``Rainen no kono hi mo issho ni warattiey-oh.
The LDP and the opposition Liberal Party (LP) believe anti-discrimination laws for foreigners are unnecessary or difficult to implement, but the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) and the Social Democratic Party (SDP) are considering tabling bills banning discrimination based on race or nationality, said the survey, conducted by Issho Kikaku, a nonprofit organization formed by foreign nationals living in Japan.
He became a cameraman in 1935 and made a name for himself with the 1943 pic "Muhomatsu no Issho," directed by Hiroshi Inagaki.