Synonyms for anata_ga or Related words with anata_ga

soshite              kimi_wo              watashi_ga              yume_wo              kimi_ga              zutto              kagiri              omoi              wasurenai              suki_ni              oshiete              soredemo              shiawase_ni              tameni              hoshii              utsukushii              watashi_wa              koi_wa              naritai              ga_aru              boku_wa              anata_wo              anata_ni              shiranai              sekai_wa              ni_shite              ikenai              tsuki_ni              ni_naritai              dekinai              mienai              boku_ni              aitai              watashi              bokura_wa              chiisana              hitohira              dokusho              kureta              umi_monogatari              yō_ni              hitotsu              hitori              itsumo              kimi_ni              eien_ni              boku_ga              omoide              yume_miru              subete             

Examples of "anata_ga"
The film's theme song is "Anata ga Iru kara" by Miho Komatsu (arranged by Daisuke Ikeda).
Her song Anata ga Koko ni Iru Riyuu was in the anime "D. Gray Man" for their fifth closing song.
On June 30, 2016, he started crowdfunding to release his fourth studio album "Anata ga Itekureta kara"(あなたがいてくれたから).
"Yume Yaburete (I Dreamed a Dream)" entered the Oricon weekly singles chart at number 13, marking Kahara's first top 20 single since "Anata ga Ireba" (2004).
Anata ga Koko ni Itara (あなたがここにいたら) (English: "If you were here") is the twenty-third single by the Japanese Pop-rock band Porno Graffitti. It was released on February 13, 2008.
Aoyama's single "Kaeru Basho" was released on March 3, 2010. The song was used in the movie "". This single features SoulJa, and has a B side called "Anata ga Kiechaisode". "Summer Love!!" featuring Red Rice came out in 2010.
Several of the music videos lined up to perform one coherent story line – much as was done during her "12 Singles Collection" from her "" era with five of the music videos. Those that lined up where "Koi no Mahou, Himitsu, Amai Wana" and "Anata ga shite kurete koto." All four videos contain the same piece of jewelry to signify their connection and story.
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.
Kimizuka first entered the Japanese television industry by working on variety shows under Kin'ichi Hagimoto. He then began writing screenplays for television dramas, including such hits as "Zutto anata ga suki datta" and "Bayside Shakedown". He has branched out into screenplays for film, including the hit "Bayside Shakedown" films, as well as directing.
The anime uses two theme songs. The opening theme is "violet" by Marble and the ending theme is by Masumi Itō. Lantis has released three soundtracks for "Umi Monogatari ~Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto~". The first, "violet", was released on July 23, 2009. The second, , was released on August 5, 2009. The third, , was released on August 26, 2009.
Born in Yamanashi Prefecture, Sano lived in Tokyo and Matsue, Shimane as a child, before returning to Tokyo to enter art school. He joined several theatrical troupes, including Jurō Kara's Jōkyō Gekijō. He had his first starring role in a film in Kaizō Hayashi's "To Sleep so as to Dream" in 1986, but gained fame for playing the character Fuyuhiko in the television drama "Zutto Anata ga Suki datta" in 1992. He directed his first film, "Karaoke", in 1999.
Their song Anata ga Ita Mori, first track of their album Wild Flower is the ending song of episodes 01 to 13 and 15 to 23 of the anime adaptation of the Type-Moon visual novel Fate/Stay night. The third track, Hikari, is the ending of the 14th episode of the same series. The second track of the same album, Koibito Doushi, is the ending song of the episodes 12 to 24 of (Ah! My Goddess: Flights of fancy). Also, the seventh track, Hoshi Akari, is the ending song of the anime series Busou Renkin.
Her tenth single, entitled "Anata ga Iru Kagiri: A World to Believe In", was released in on January 16, 2008. The song is a duet with Celine Dion. When Dion heard Ito's rendition of her song, she proposed the idea of a duet. Dion originally released this song on her latest English album "Taking Chances". The song was used in an au LISMO commercial. "A World to Believe In" was nominated for "Best Collaboration Video", for the MTV Video Awards Japan '08, but lost to Kumi Koda's Last Angel.
U-ka saegusa IN db III is the third studio album by Japanese group U-ka Saegusa in dB. The album includes 7 previously released singles since Tobitatenai Watashi ni Anata ga Tsubasa wo Kureta till Everybody. The album was released on September 20, 2006 under Giza Studio label. It was released in two versions: a limited CD+DVD edition and a regular CD only edition. The album reached #19 rank in Oricon for first week. It charted for 5 weeks and totally sold 19,213 copies.
Mizuki began planning the release of her sixth studio album in 2010. The theme for the album being bonds, Mizuki invited her musician friends and favorite artists to collaborate with her on the record. Miwa Yoshida and Masato Nakamura of Dreams Come True, whose music has in the past been used in movies and commercials starring Mizuki, wrote "Anata ga Waraeba," one of the album's lead tracks. Nakamura commented, "we wanted the song to have that obvious DoriKamu sound that even we haven't done in a while." Frequent collaborator Tetsuya Komuro, who wrote Mizuki's greatest hit "Too Shy Shy Boy!," and Amii Ozaki, who penned Mizuki's debut single "Densetsu no Shōjo," also composed songs for the album.