Synonyms for aishiteru or Related words with aishiteru

dakishimete              wasurenai              aitai              itsuka              omoi              zutto              yasashii              koisuru              itsumademo              itsumo              dekinai              anata              hitori              tadaima              ikenai              tsuyoku              kimochi              shiawase              negai              tameni              kanashii              shiranai              nemurenai              namida              utsukushii              yakusoku              shinjite              odoru              owaranai              chiisana              soshite              nante              yureru              gakari              tojite              mienai              ikite              daisuki              jounetsu              renai              watashi              koibito              boku              dokusen              hitotsu              rakuen              asobi              itoshii              tenohira              taiyou             



Examples of "aishiteru"
Ai Otsuka — "Ren'ai Shashin" (from "Tada, Kimi wo Aishiteru")
11. Gomen ne, aishiteru (ごめんね、愛してる)
"Tada, Kimi o Aishiteru" earned US$5,311,676 at the Japanese box office.
Each character associated "aishiteru", "kirai", "suki" "tomodachi", "zekkou", "netsuretsu" and "koibito". Using their initials they would perform Akisutozeneko.
"Kiss Kiss Kiss" is Japanese singer and actress Ami Suzuki's twenty-ninth single (sixteenth single in Avex) and it was released on October 28, 2009. At the time of the single release, Ami's official site, as well as other music sites considered this work to be a double A-side single along with "Aishiteru...", but the work itself, as well as Avex official site, mention only "Kiss Kiss Kiss" to be the A-side, and "Aishiteru..." to be the coupling track.
The pass appears many times in some recent Japanese films like "The Blue Light", "Tada, Kimi o Aishiteru", and . The pass is presently closed to all traffic because of the danger posed by falling rocks.
"Aishiteru" (愛してる; "I Love You") is the 6th single by Mika Nakashima. Billed as a 'St. Valentine EP for the Lovers,' this single peaked on the Oricon weekly charts at #4 and sold roughly 104,680 copies.
Initial information of this single said that it would be produced by House Nation collaborator Tomoyuki Nakata. At the end, this song, "Aishiteru...", became merely the coupling track of the single.
The live-action film adaptation of the manga was first announced on 1 December 2008. The film was directed by the director Shinjo Takehiko, the director of "Tada, Kimi o Aishiteru".
In Harmony is the third album by the Japanese vocalband Bright, released on 20 October 2010. The album is released in two versions: a CD+DVD and a CD only version. Their song ""Flower"" was the theme song for the BeeTV program ""キス× Kiss×キス"" (KisuxKissxKisu; KissxKissXKiss). The song ""Shining Star"" was a TV commercial song for Shidax and their song ""Kirai demo Suki: Aishiteru"" was the ending song for BeeTV program ""麒麟の部屋"". The album also contains two new versions of their songs "I'll Be There" and "Brightest Star". The DVD contains a music videos and live videos of songs like "Flower" and "Kirai...Demo Suki: Aishiteru".
Finally, in 2010, the band released their second compilation album, "Monkey Majik Best ~10 Years & Forever~", to commemorate their 10th anniversary. An independent single, "Aishiteru", also rose to popularity during this time, reaching No. 12 on the Oricon charts, and reaching No. 7 on Japan’s "Billboard" Hot 100.
In October 1996, Shinohara began as a regular hostess on the FujiTV music variety show "LOVE LOVE Aishiteru". In addition to her co-hostess duties she had her own segments called "PuriPuriPretty". In these segments she interviewed such international celebrities as Tim Burton and Enrique Iglesias.
Two manga adaptations of "Umi Monogatari" were serialized in two different magazines by different publishers. The first one, with the title "Umi Monogatari ~Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto~", follows the same story as the anime. The second, titled "Umi Monogatari: Minna Aishiteru!" (Sea Story: Everyone, I love you!), has a yonkoma format and follows Marin and Urin's experiences on the island.
Oda performed the song during the 1991 broadcast of the FNS Music Festival, his first solo TV performance since embarking on his solo career. He also performed the song with KinKi Kids on a special edition of the variety programme "Love Love Aishiteru" in 2000.
The ballad was used as the theme song of the movie "Tada, Kimi o Aishiteru". The title of the movie was originally "Heavenly Forest", but was changed to a phrase from the song's lyrics after the director listened to the song.
On February 23, Cute released their 15th single, "Kiss Me Aishiteru". Cute's 16th single, "Momoiro Sparkling", debuted in 4th place of the Oricon daily singles chart for May 24. It spent two consecutive weeks in the Top 30 of the Oricon Weekly, ranking 6th and 17th.
On October 13, 2010, Hirai's 32nd single "Sing Forever" was released. His 33rd single coming out on November 10, 2010 is called "Aishiteru," followed by a new compilation entitled 'Ken Hirai 15th Anniversary c/w Collection '95-'10 "Ura Utabaka"' to celebrate his fifteen years being a singer in the music industry. The compilation includes all the b-sides starting from the first single "Precious Junk."
A March 2005 drama "Kiss me or kill me: Todokanakutemo aishiteru" (kiss me or kill me 届かなくても愛してる), written and directed by Tomomatsu, starred AV Idol Asami and was produced by Tomomatsu's first employer Shungicu Uchida. Another pink film directed by Tomomatsu, , produced by Shintōhō Eiga, won the 3rd place Best Film award at the 2005 Pink Grand Prix ceremony.
Mars: Tada, Kimi wo Aishiteru is a 2016 Japanese youth romantic drama film directed by Saiji Yakumo, written by and starring Taisuke Fujigaya, Masataka Kubota, Marie Iitoyo, Hirona Yamazaki and Yu Inaba. The film is the finale for the Japanese television drama series of the same name and based on the manga series "Mars", written and illustrated by Fuyumi Soryo. It was released in Japan by Showgate on June 18, 2016.
Irie has also worked outside of television drama. She has appeared on the travel show "Ii Tabi Yume Kibun" and the late-night "Gilgamesh Night". She has acted in stage productions of "Abarenbō Shōgun" and "Meoto Zenzai". Her commercial endorsements have included Eisen Shuzō "sake" and Kaneyon dishwashing detergent. In 1992, she modeled for a photo book, "Mayuko Irie". She was a supporting actress in the 2005 "Kiss me or kill me: Todokanakutemo aishiteru".