Synonyms for ashita or Related words with ashita


Examples of "ashita"
Ashita wa Ashita no Kaze ga Fuku (明日は明日の風が吹く) is a 1958 color Japanese film directed by Umetsugu Inoue.
Juju with Jay'ed — "Ashita ga Kuru Nara" (from "April Bride")
This is a list of "Ashita no Nadja" episodes. "Ashita no Nadja" (明日のナージャ; Ashita no Nāja, literally "Tomorrow's Nadja") is a romantic anime consisting of fifty 24-minute episodes, which aired from 2 February 2003 to 25 January 2004 on TV Asahi. The series is available on Japanese-language DVDs, with two or three episodes on each.
The B-sides of singles are presented in versions performed by solo singers, like "Chocolate" ("Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru" B-side) and Kare no Kitchen (B-side "Mail no Namida").
Nanairo no Ashita is also included in the special album Sweet Memories with Girls' Generation.
Nete got married with Archana warthe in 1998. They have 2daughters Akshata, Ashita and son Arnav.
The opening theme ("Ashita mo otenki") is performed by Akiko Kosaka.
Marty Friedman covered "Ashita e no Sanka" on his instrumental album "Tokyo Jukebox" (2009).
His youthful and hot-blooded outlook is based on Joe Yabuki from "Ashita no Joe".
"Memories (Ashita no tame ni)" is a translation from Norma Sheffield's "Memories".
This is a list of fictional characters appearing in the anime and manga series "Ashita no Nadja".
A studio version of "Ashita e" will be featured on Misia's upcoming tenth studio album "Soul Quest".
Empress (first): Kurohime (黒媛), daughter of Katsuragi no Ashita no Sukune (葛城葦田宿禰)
The album peaked at the 99th place in the Oricon rankings and stayed there for a week, then was sold in 2 383 copies. It includes two singles (and their B-sides): "Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru" and "Mail no Namida".
The group's debut single "Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru", which served as the ending theme for the anime adaptation of "Skull Man", reached number 18 on the Oricon's Weekly Single Charts, and charted for three weeks in 2007. Their second single "Mail no Namida" reached number 29 and charted for two weeks.
During the summer of 2006, Ippai Productions (formerly known as Kyo to Ashita Studios), a voice acting and dubbing studio was created. The studio was formed primarily by the staff of AnimeHorizon and began production of an English version of Sailor Moon under the name of Kyo to Ashita Studios. Due to unforeseen casting issues, the project became delayed until Summer of 2007. During the resumed production of the series, a conflict of interest occurred with the co-owner of Kyo to Ashita Studios, which resulted in a name change to Ippai Productions.
In August 2003 they participated in the re-mix of Japanese duo called Chemistry's 8th single "Ashita E Kaeru/Us" ("Return to Tomorrow").
The b-side of the single "Zutto... Iyō yo" was written by Matsu and produced by Hinata. Matsu decided to give it the theme of three girls going out for a drive. However, she commented that no matter how others looked at it, it seemed as if the song is about two girls. The song opens with an "electro" introduction and utilizes a warped guitar throughout. In addition to the two songs, the single also featured the original karaoke track to "Ashita, Haru ga Kitara". An LP titled "Remix Hyper Bug" containing remixes of "Ashita, Haru ga Kitara" by DJ Craig William—"Ashita, Haru ga Kitara" (Hyper Bug Mix) and "Ashita, Haru ga Kitara" (Techno Dub Mix) was released on August 21, 1997 through BMG Victor. It also features a remix of the album track "Love Sick", titled "Love Sick (Deep Sick Mix)".
"Ashita e Kakeru Hashi"(明日へ架ける橋) is Mai Kuraki's 18th single, released on May 19, 2004
She is also known for the 2014 television drama "Ashita, Mama ga Inai", in which she starred alongside child actresses Mana Ashida and Rio Suzuki.