Synonyms for bokura_wa or Related words with bokura_wa

soshite              daite              suki_ni              naritai              dokusho              watashi_wa              kimi_wo              mamotte              shiawase_ni              watashi_ga              ni_shite              yume_wo              anata_ga              soredemo              hoshii              dekinai              wasurenai              yori_mo              ni_naritai              koi_wa              yume_miru              meguri              anata_wo              tsuki_ni              riyuu              usotsuki              koko_ni              koi_suru              ga_aru              anata_ni              sekai_wa              shiranai              meguru              kokoro_ni              kagiri              itsuka              nagareboshi              tengoku_ni              boku_wa              koi_monogatari              suteki_na              boku_ga              yōkoso              kaze_ni              tameni              haikei              oshiete              omoi              koisuru              utsukushii             



Examples of "bokura_wa"
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.
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.
Their first release under the new label was the four-track single "Amagasa/Akireru Kurai Bokura wa Negaō" on September 3, 2008. "Amagasa" was composed by Ringo Shiina with her lyrics and was arranged by Tokyo Jihen. Tokio released another four-track single titled "Taiyō to Sabaku no Bara/Subeki Koto" on August 19, 2009. After releasing the single "Advance/Mata Asa ga Kuru" on February 3, 2010, they released the single "Haruka" on June 16, 2010. "Haruka" went on to become their first number-one since December 2007.
Ringo Sheena had previously worked with musicians Ryōko Hirosue and Rie Tomosaka between 1998 and 2000, writing and producing music for them. This single was the first time in eight years that she had written music for another musical act. "Amagasa" / "Akireru Kurai Bokura wa Negaō" was Tokio's first single released under J Storm. From their debut in 1994 until 2001, Tokio had worked with Sony Music Entertainment Japan, before moving to Universal Music Japan with the single "Doitsu mo Koitsu mo" / "Boku no Mirai" (2001).
For Key's games "Little Busters!", "Little Busters! Ecstasy" and "Kud Wafter", Hinoue shared the position of art director with fellow artist Na-Ga, though Na-Ga provided most of the art for the characters. Outside of Key in 2006, Hinoue was the art director for the yaoi visual novel "Bokura wa Minna, Koi o suru" by the company Pekoe, also under VisualArt's. In 2007, Hinoue provided uniform design and one of five character designs in a five-part moe adult drama CD series named "School Heart's" produced by Mana, a brand under VisualArt's. Between December 2007 and August 2010, Hinoue was one of three personalities (the others being Shinji Orito and another named woman from Pekoe named Chiro) on an Internet radio show sponsored by Key in regards to the brand called "Key Net Radio". Hinoue worked on Key's ninth game "Rewrite" by heading the project's planning, and acting as the sole art director and character designer. Hinoue was also the sole art director and character designer for Key's games "Rewrite Harvest festa!" in 2012 and "Harmonia" in 2016, which was her last contribution with Key before resigning from VisualArt's in September 2016.