Synonyms for ai_takahashi or Related words with ai_takahashi

reina_tanaka              eri_kamei              natsumi_abe              risa_niigaki              sayumi_michishige              miki_fujimoto              mari_yaguchi              hitomi_yoshizawa              nozomi_tsuji              rika_ishikawa              kaori_iida              kei_yasuda              ai_kago              aika_mitsui              makoto_ogawa              asami_konno              maki_goto              momoko_tsugunaga              maimi_yajima              miyabi_natsuyaki              yurina_kumai              saki_shimizu              koharu_kusumi              riho_sayashi              yuko_nakazawa              aya_matsuura              sayaka_ichii              risako_sugaya              kanon_suzuki              mizuki_fukumura              erika_umeda              ayumi_shibata              chinami_tokunaga              airi_suzuki              megumi_murakami              asuka_fukuda              morning_musume              mai_hagiwara              haruka_kudo              chisato_okai              saki_nakajima              melon_kinenbi              haruna_iikubo              sakura_oda              ayumi_ishida              aya_ishiguro              koki_tanaka              kusumi_koharu              masaki_sato              michishige             



Examples of "ai_takahashi"
Ai Takahashi (, Caesar Gym) vs. Yukino Oishi (, Oishi Gym)
Ai Takahashi (, Caesar Gym) vs. Emiko Matsumoto (, Nagoya Fight Club)
Main Vocal: Ishikawa Rika, Kago Ai, Takahashi Ai, Tanaka Reina
Main Voc: Rika Ishikawa, Ai Takahashi, Miki Fujimoto
Ai Takahashi (Caesar gym) vs. Asako (U-File Camp Gifu)
It is the last single by Morning Musume to feature Ai Takahashi.
Ogawa joined in Morning Musume on August 26, 2001 with Ai Takahashi, Asami Konno and Risa Niigaki
Notable fighters under shoot boxing rules include Rena Kubota, Kenichi Ogata, Hiroki Shishido, Andy Souwer and Ai Takahashi.
Ai Takahashi joined Japanese idol group Morning Musume in 2001 as part of the group's fifth generation, along with Makoto Ogawa, Asami Konno, and Risa Niigaki.
High-King ceased activities in September 2011 when Ai Takahashi graduated Morning Musume and Hello! Project, effectively graduating from High-King as well.
On May 6, 2007, Hitomi Yoshizawa left. Miki Fujimoto took her place as leader and Ai Takahashi replaced Fujimoto as sub-leader.
Kubota faced Ai Takahashi again in a five-round title fight at "Shoot Boxing 2011 Act 3" on . She was defeated by unanimous decision.
Her nickname in Hello! Pro Kenshūsei is Sakura. She admires Ai Takahashi and Risa Niigaki in terms of singing, and Saki Nakajima from Cute in terms of dancing.
"Haikara-san ga Tōru" stars Rika Ishikawa along with Hitomi Yoshizawa, Mari Yaguchi, Ai Takahashi, Risa Niigaki, Makoto Ogawa and Asami Konno.
The song was covered by Tsunku on his album "Type 2". Member Ai Takahashi performed a solo version of the song at Morning Musume's spring 2006 concert.
On September 30, 2011, Ai Takahashi graduated and handed her position as leader of Morning Musume and Hello! Project over to Risa Niigaki.
On , Inoue entered the 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament. She defeated Izumi Noguchi, Miyo Yoshida and Ai Takahashi in one night to become the 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 champion.
Kubota went on to defeat American MMA fighter Kate Martinez by decision in the semi-final, then defeated Ai Takahashi by decision after two extra rounds in the final to win her second straight Girls S-Cup.
A live-action Japanese television drama version of "Q.E.D." was aired in 2009. The series stars Ai Takahashi as Kana and Aoi Nakamura as Toma, and was composed of ten episodes.
Inoue faced Ai Takahashi once again in the 2012 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament final on . She defeated Takahashi by unanimous decision after six rounds to become the first Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 champion.