Synonyms for bokura or Related words with bokura

namida              yakusoku              bokutachi              hajimari              hajimete              koibito              negai              dareka              chikai              inochi              omoide              shiawase              tenshi              ashita              anata              kanashimi              unmei              kiseki              hanayome              boku              jikan              hitotsu              mayonaka              omoi              kanojo              okurimono              kisetsu              futari              mieru              otona              yoake              kimochi              oretachi              hoshizora              himitsu              kakera              aitsu              yoru              taiyou              tsukiyo              maboroshi              seishun              jounetsu              natsu              naisho              mukou              tobira              kodoku              hitori              tengoku             



Examples of "bokura"
"01. "Saat Ini Kita Menjadi Angin"(Bokura no Kaze)
"OUR GOOD DAY...Bokura no GOOD DAY" by Megumi Hayashibara
Chihiro Onitsuka's single "Bokura Barairo no Hibi" reached #13 on the Oricon top 100 charts.
futari dake no happy birthday:with Honey L Days and other bokura no hyoteishiki members
The filming of "Bokura ga Ita" took place in Kushiro, Hokkaido. This is the hometown of Yuki Obata, the manga artist of "Bokura ga Ita", the manga this film is based on. The filming began on May 2011. The film was filmed in Sapporo, Hokkaido and in Tokyo.
Superfly performed the song live at "Music Station" on August 24, at "Bokura no Ongaku" on September 21 and at "NHK Songs" on September 22. On the final episode of "Bokura no Ongaku" on September 19, 2014, Superfly returned to the program and performed "Kagayaku Tsuki no Yō ni" as well as SMAP's 2003 name "Sekai ni Hitotsu dake no Hana".
Of the other songs on the single, "Akireru Kurai Bokura wa Negaō" by producer her0ism, and the song "Jōshō Shikō" was sung by Taichi Kokubun on lead vocals.
"Sore ga Bokura no Renai Seikatsu" follows the social struggles of 2nd grade high school student Shingo Yamauchi and subsequent ensuing complicated relationships with his classmates.
It reached number 8 on the Oricon Charts in Japan. "Bokura ga Ikiru MY ASIA" is used as an image song for Dralion, a Cirque du Soleil show.
Ai appeared on music TV shows Music Station on June 6, 2008, and Bokura no Ongaku on June 13, 2008, performing "Taisetsu na Mono."
Superfly performed "Wildflower" at "Music Japan" on July 18, followed by performances at "Bokura no Ongaku" on August 27 and "Music Station" on September 3.
"Bokura ga Ita" was first serialized in "Betsucomi", and it won the 50th Shogakukan Manga Award for Shōjo manga. Director Takahiro Miki directed the film, and film produced by Tomoko Yoshida.
The single was honored at the 21st Japan Gold Disc Awards when it placed on the "Best 10 Singles (Domestic)" list along with "Real Face" and "Bokura no Machi de".
Additionally, "Akireru Kurai Bokura wa Negaō" was used as an ending theme song for Tokio's Fuji Television variety show "Mentore G". It was used from May 11, 2008 until the program's final airing on September 14, 2008.
Odaka Megumi Best is a compilation album by Megumi Odaka (2002). It includes all singles and some songs from the past albums. It was released in 2002 as a part of the "Bokura-no Best"-Collection by Pony Canyon.
"Watashi Iro" is an acoustic-based rock ballad; "Bokura Style" is a fast-paced rock song. "Gelände ga Tokeru Hodo Koishitai" is a cover of a 1995 hit song by Kohmi Hirose, with whom Misono collaborated on this single.
The single was honored at the 21st Japan Gold Disc Awards when it was named "Single of the Year (Domestic)" and placed on the "Best 10 Singles (Domestic)" list along with "SIGNAL" and "Bokura no Machi de".
The episodes of the Japanese anime series "Bokura ga Ita", based on the manga series of the same name by Yuki Obata, was directed by Akitaro Daichi and produced by ArtLand.
A cover of "Mirai wa Bokura no Te no Naka" was used as the opening theme for the 2007 anime series "Gyakkyō Burai Kaiji: Ultimate Survivor", an adaptation of the first arc of Nobuyuki Fukumoto's manga "Kaiji".
Yoshitomi's second "Blue Drop" manga, titled "Blue Drop: Tenshi no Bokura", was serialized in the magazine "Champion Red" (published by Akita Shoten) between February 19, 2007 and January 19, 2008. Subsequently, a two-chapter story called (also by Yoshitomi) was published in "Champion Red"'s sister magazine "Champion Red Ichigo"; the first chapter being released on June 5, 2007 and the second one on October 5, 2007. The first part was later included as a special chapter in the first volume of "Blue Drop: Tenshi no Bokura", which was released on September 20, 2007. The second part was included in the second (and last) volume of "Blue Drop: Tenshi no Bokura", released on March 19, 2008.