Synonyms for akiko_wada or Related words with akiko_wada

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Examples of "akiko_wada"
Akiko Wada (Japanese: 和田アキ子Korean: 김복자1949~)
He has written music for many other artists, including Momoe Yamaguchi, and Akiko Wada. He is affectionately referred to as "Hamasho" by many of his fans.
In 2009, Kojima won the Grand Prize from among the 33,910 people in the "34th Horipro Tarento Scout Caravan". The same year in October 25, she appeared in television for the first time in TBS "Akkoniomakase!" with Akiko Wada.
Happy Family Plan is a Japanese game show that aired on TBS Television from 30 April 1997 to 13 September 2000 and was hosted by Akiko Wada and Ichiro Furatachi.
His 2-disc 40th anniversary compilation album, will be released on January 20, 2010, featuring the songs he has written and composed for other artists, such as Eigo Kawashima, Akiko Wada, Candies and Mari Amachi, as well as his own single, Seishun Jidai.
Akiko Wada is Japanese with Korean ethnicity. She was born Kim Bok-Ja (Korean: 김 복자, Hanja: 金 福子, "Kim" is the family name). Like many Zainichi Koreans, she also had a Japanese-style name for everyday use, . When she took Japanese citizenship, her name became , which upon marriage became .
Konishi is a prolific producer, composer, arranger and remixer. He has written, produced and arranged in collaboration with many artists, such as Unicorn, Towa Tei, Mari Natsuki, Cornelius, Yumi Yoshimura of Puffy AmiYumi, Alisa Mizuki, Akiko Wada, SMAP and Mika Nakashima.
The current advertising slogan for Kyōtei racing is "Battle of 6/BOAT RACE". The official theme song for promotional purposes is "Everything will be all right", performed by the J-pop group Do As Infinity. Theme songs in previous years have been performed by singers Akiko Wada and Yuki Koyanagi, and pop group Tube.
Verbal has said that during the "M-Flo loves..." period "some vocalists that we thought were nice were hard to work with [because] that are very picky because they are used to controlling people." He singled out Akiko Wada as the most pleasantly surprising to work with.
Utawara was a direct successor to its previous incarnation titled Minna no Terebi that began on April 10, 2005. Hosted by comedian Akiko Wada, Arashi member and actor of Hana Yori Dango Jun Matsumoto, Hello! Project idol singer Aya Matsuura, and perpetual guest stars KAT-TUN from Johnny's Jimusho, the show generally follows a Top Ten countdown format, covering the scope of the week's top singles in Japanese music. A panel of celebrity guests often sat next to the stage to provide commentary.
The group released their follow-up album "Beat Space Nine" in 2005. The record featured a heavier electronic sound than the jazz-oriented "Astromantic" and included collaborations with Kahimi Karie and Akiko Wada. The album's final track, "Tripod Baby", included a cameo by former M-Flo vocalist Lisa. "Beat Space Nine" provided the group with their highest-selling album to date and their first Oricon #1. The album was supported by a live DVD and the remix album "Dope Space Nine".
"Alleycat Rock: Female Boss" was designed by Nikkatsu to compete with Toei's "Delinquent Boss" series, which, in turn, had been inspired by Roger Corman's early outlaw biker film, "The Wild Angels" (1966). Nikkatsu also meant the film to showcase the popular singer Akiko Wada, and to appeal to her young audience. Co-star Meiko Kaji, however, attracted the most audience attention, and she became the star of the remaining episodes in the "Alleycat Rock" series. Nikkatsu regarded "Alleycat Rock: Female Boss" as a prototype for a new direction for the studio and its success ensured the studio's move towards youth-oriented action films.
Fukuhara's debut album "Rainbow" (2008) was a commercial success, becoming certified gold by the RIAJ and spawning the top 30 singles "Change", "Himawari", "Yasashii Aka" and "Love (Winter Song)". After releasing her second album "Music Is My Life" in 2010, Fukuhara released the concept extended plays "Regrets of Love" and "The Soul Extreme EP". The leading track of "The Soul Extreme EP", "O2" featuring singer Ai was a success, allowing Fukuhara to release a second extended play in the series, "The Soul Extreme EP II", led by the song "Get Up!" featuring Akiko Wada.
In the 1970s, Hiromi Go (who belonged to Johnny & Associates at that time), Hideki Saijo and Goro Noguchi were called "New Gosanke". Saori Minami, Mari Amachi and Rumiko Koyanagi were called "Shin Sannin Musume" (lit. "New Three Girls"). Akiko Wada, who came from "Jazz Cafe", also became popular. Momoe Yamaguchi, Junko Sakurada and Masako Mori were called "Hana no Chūsan Torio" (lit. "Flower Junior High School Three Grade Trio"). Yū Aku became one of the most famous lyricists of "kayōkyoku". He wrote Finger 5's 1973 song "Kojin Jugyō" and female duo Pink Lady's 1976 debut song "Pepper Keibu."
In March 2007, after Ai Kago's contract cancellation with Hello! Project, W disbanded. Several weeks later, news about Tsuji's new unit, Gyaruru, was released. It was intended to be made up of Tsuji alongside Ami Tokito and Gal Sone. Tsuji voiced Athena in the animation series "Robby & Kerobby", and released a single "Koko ni Iruzee!" in May 2007 as the character, a cover version of the Morning Musume song by the same name. In May 2007, she announced her engagement to Taiyo Sugiura, who she had met eleven months before. She also confirmed her pregnancy. A press conference was held in which both entertainers expressed their apologies to the public, amid praise and criticism coming from other renowned artists. Hitomi Yoshizawa, who worked alongside Tsuji while they were both in Morning Musume, replaced and was forced to learn all the required lines for "When Will You Return?" in a relatively short period of time. Akiko Wada stated: "She says she's going out with the guy, going to get married, then reveals she's pregnant. It's all too neat. The kid has no sense of responsibility." Tsuji commented: "I will return to the public eye when things calm down after childbirth." Asami Abe was forced to fill her position in Gyaruru, and Risa Niigaki eventually played her role as Athena in "Robby & Kerobby". Tsuji married Sugiura on June 21, 2007.
Tough girl biker Ako (pop singer Akiko Wada) comes across Mei (Meiko Kaji) and her girl gang (the Alleycats/Stray Cats) as they are about to have a knife fight in Shinjuku, Tokyo with another gang of girls. When the second gang calls in their boyfriends for help, Ako joins in and turns the tide for Mei and her gang and becomes a leader figure for the girls. Meanwhile, Mei's boyfriend Michio (Kōji Wada) wants to join some right-wing nationalists, the Seiyu Group. To prove himself, he induces an old friend Kelly (Ken Sanders) to throw a boxing match so the Seiyu Group can cash in betting against him. But when the boxer, encouraged by Ako and Mei, wins the fight, the Seiyu Group takes their anger out on Michio until Mei and the Alleycats rescue him. But Mei and the girls are now on the run from the powerful group. Mei is eventually killed and Ako leaves Shinjuku, roaring away on her bike.