Synonyms for aoi_miyazaki or Related words with aoi_miyazaki
Examples of "aoi_miyazaki"
While longing to
, Sohma sent a resume to his current office and debuted in 2007.
She co-starred with
, Sakura Ando and Shiori Kutsuna in Hiroshi Ishikawa's "Petal Dance" in 2013.
On June 15, 2007 he married Japanese actress
, after dating her for seven years. In December 2011, she divorced him.
Virgin Snow (첫눈 - "Cheotnun", 初雪の恋 ヴァージン・スノー - "Hatsuyuki no koi") is a 2007 South Korean film directed by Han Sang-hye and starring Korean actor, Lee Joon-gi and Japanese actress,
Others include : Akira Emoto, Itsuji Itao, Ayumi Ito, Ryo Katsuji, Kyōko Koizumi, Hitomi Kurihara, Miyuki Matsuda, Ken Mitsuishi,
, Noriko Sengoku, Tomorowo Taguchi, Rena Takeshita, Tetsushi Tanaka, Susumu Terajima, ...
It was announced on June 8, 2010 that Sakurai will co-star with
in the novel-based movie , which is scheduled to be released in theaters in 2011.
Back at his home, the Sou-Un-Sou Rooming House, Majime meets Kaguya Hayashi (
), his landlady's granddaughter who has just returned from culinary school. He is struck by her beauty. Upon discovering this, the chief editor Matsumoto (Go Kato) asks Majime to write the definition for the word "Love".
2001 Debut as TV scriptwriter for BS-i drama "Judge Café". Wrote "A side B" (Kyozo Nagatsuka、Sadao Abe etc.), "the Apartment" (Masahiko Nishimura, Harumi Inoue), "Ai no Uta" (Hiroyuki Ikeuchi, Tsugumi, etc.), "Cell phone detective Ai Zenigata" (
, etc.) for other dramas on BS-i.
In the bonus comic "The Pastel Meeting", Kobayashi sketched a meeting with his editor where they ended up talking about the appeal of Japanese actresses/models
, Yū Aoi, and Leah Dizon, who became the inspirations for the stories in "Pastel".
he then went to visit various locations for the latest fashion and design scenes in Japan. In 2003, he signed a contract with Nishiwaki’s fashion company, Ninita, as a textile designer. His clothing designs were loved by many popular Japanese actresses;
, Masami Nagasawa, Kyoko Fukada and Satomi Ishihara have worn his designs.
Su-ki-da i is a 2005 Japanese romantic drama film. The plot centers on two teenagers who deal with tragedy and then have to grow up. It was written and directed by Hiroshi Ishikawa and stars Hidetoshi Nishijima, Hiromi Nagasaku, Eita, and
There were several casting issues in the production of "Nana 2".
had declined to reprise the role of Komatsu Nana. She was replaced with actress Yui Ichikawa. Ryuhei Matsuda had declined to play the role of Ren and was replaced with Nobuo Kyō. Also, Kenichi Matsuyama, who portrayed Shinichi Okazaki, had been replaced by Hongo Kanata.
The lead role is performed by
, for which it is her first Taiga drama lead. She is also the youngest to play the lead role. In May 2008 she won a Galaxy Award for her work in this role.
The manga was made into a live-action film directed by Takahiro Miki and starring
as the female protagonist. It was released in Japan in April 2010. In the same year the band Asian Kung-Fu Generation released the single "Solanin", with lyrics written by Inio Asano, author of the manga. The song was featured in the movie version. The band also provided the ending theme to the movie.
Umika Kawashima was born in the Saitama Prefecture. She was scouted in Shibuya when she was in 6th grade and joined Lespros Entertainment. The actresses she idolizes are
, Yui Aragaki and Kou Shibasaki. She has stated that she would like to collaborate with Masaharu Fukuyama. She graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Letters at Meiji University with a degree in psychology in 2016.
, also known as Children of Darkness, is a 2008 Japanese crime film written and directed by Junji Sakamoto based upon the book by the same name by Yang Sok-il. The film premiered on August 2, 2008 in Japan and stars Yosuke Eguchi,
and Satoshi Tsumabuki. Due to its content, Bangkok International Film Festival pulled "Children of the Dark" from its 2008 film lineup, stating that it was “not appropriate for Thai society.”
Origin: Spirits of the Past, known in Japan as , is a 2006 Japanese animated science fiction film directed by Keiichi Sugiyama, written by Nana Shiina and Naoko Kakimoto, and produced by Gonzo. The film stars the voices of Ryo Katsuji,
, Yūko Kotegawa, Masaru Hamaguchi, Toshikazu Fukawa, Kenichi Endo and Ren Osugi. It premiered in Japan on January 7, 2006, and premiered in the United States on September 24, 2006 at the Fantastic Fest film festival in Austin, Texas.
The film concerns a trip taken by two women, Jinko (
) and Motoko (Sakura Ando), and their driver, Haraki (Shiori Kutsuna), to see Miki (Kazue Fukiishi), an old friend now living in a psychiatric hospital after attempting suicide. Jinko and Motoko have not seen Miki in six years, and the trip becomes a meditation on their own lives and sorrows, as well as reconciliation for their guilt of not being able to help her before.
Yu Aoi made her stage debut as Polly in the 1999 rendition of "Annie", followed by her appearance as a regular on TV Tokyo's "Oha Suta" (The Super Kids Station) in 2000. A year later, she debuted in Shunji Iwai's "All About Lily Chou-Chou" playing Shiori Tsuda alongside Hayato Ichihara, Shugo Oshinari, Miwako Ichikawa, and Ayumi Ito. Aoi would later work in "Ao to Shiro de Mizuiro" and "Gaichu" with friend
. With her first roles on the small and big screen came TV commercials and endorsements for Sony, Yamaha, DoCoMo, Toshiba and Coca-Cola.
A sequel, "Nana 2", was announced right after the debuted. However, on August 4, 2006, Toho stated that shooting would begin mid-September and that the film was to be released on December 9, 2006.
and Ryuhei Matsuda would not be reprising their respective roles as Nana Komatsu and Ren Honjo; as such, their roles were assigned to Yui Ichikawa and Nobuo Kyou, respectively. Some locations from the manga had been changed for the film, and there also were many plot differences. Additionally, the film's ending is not the actual end of the manga; "Nana" is an ongoing story.
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