Synonyms for bokutachi or Related words with bokutachi

hajimete              bokura              koibito              kanashimi              mayonaka              tsukiyo              omoide              inochi              namida              ashiato              unmei              otona              hajimari              hanayome              yakusoku              omoi              hitotsu              shiawase              hoshizora              kakera              yukue              kimochi              chikai              negai              itoshi              yoake              mieru              tobira              kodoku              anata              futatsu              hanazakari              darake              hitobito              uwasa              ashita              yoru              jikan              youni              mukou              naisho              onnatachi              kioku              ameagari              kiseki              shimau              shinjitsu              taiyou              tenshi              tameni             

Examples of "bokutachi"
As a result, the greatest hits album "Bokutachi No Shippai" was released.
On May 20, the group released the single "Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai".
"Bokutachi no Yukue" has been certified gold for shipments of over 100,000 by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.
He recorded as a member of the 24th Street Band, which released three albums: "24th Street Band" (1979), "Share Your Dreams" (1980) and "Bokutachi" (1981).
On May 27, UVERworld released their 27th single "Boku no Kotoba Dewanai Kore wa Bokutachi no Kotoba". The single is used for the anime series "The Heroic Legend of Arslan"
Her newest manga is called "We Came to Know It" (僕達は知ってしまった, Bokutachi wa Shitte Shimatta), which currently consists of 12 volumes.
He penned the lyrics to several songs used in "Dragon Ball Z", including its opening themes "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" and "We Gotta Power" and its second ending theme "Bokutachi wa Tenshi Datta".
"Bokutachi no Yukue" is the debut single of Hitomi Takahashi. The song was used as the third opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny from phase 25 to 37.
"Bokutachi no Yukue" is Hitomi Takahashi's debut single and so far, her most successful single in terms of sales and its Oricon Weekly position. The single became an instant hit, and debuted at #1 for its first week on the Oricon Charts. This made her the second female to have had a debut single reach #1 and the third solo artist to have a debut single reach #1 (in Japan). The single ended up selling well over 100,000 copies. The A-side song "Bokutachi no Yukue" is the 3rd opening theme song for the anime series "Gundam SEED Destiny".
In the 1993 TV drama Kou Kou Kyoushi (a.k.a. High School Teacher) as well as in the 2003 TV drama Kou Kou Kyoushi 2003 (a.k.a. High School Teacher 2003), the song "Bokutachi no Shippai" from the second album "Mother Sky" was used as theme song.
On November 14, 2012, they released their first EP "Kyogensha ga Yoake wo Tsugeru. Bokutachi ga Itsumademo Damatteiruto Omouna" (虚言者が夜明けを告げる。僕達が、いつまでも黙っていると思うな) under the independent record label H+M Records.
In 2004, Hitomi was selected as the finalist for the Sony Music SD audition (Vo-che3); 20,000 others had auditioned. She had been worried that because of her height (147 cm), she would be overlooked, but her powerful voice attracted the attention of people while she sang live. The end of 2004 found her being chosen to sing the theme song for "Gundam Seed Destiny". Recording of her song "Bokutachi no Yukue" began at the end of the year.
Little Battlers eXperience Wars has five official theme songs. The first opening is titled "Mugen Myself" and the second opening is titled "Eternal", both performed by Little Blue boX. The first ending song is "Kamisama Yāyāyā" performed by Dream5. The second ending song is "Bokutachi no Wars" performed by Ryota Ohsaka, Sayori Ishizuka, and Tomoaki Maeno. The third ending song is "Hirameki" performed by Ryota Ohsaka.
The music video used for "Bokutachi no Yukue" was shot by director Seki Ryuuji. The video has Hitomi singing in a seemingly deserted wasteland. Hitomi is also shown running throughout the video, until she stops in front of a cloaked man. After receiving a white rose from him, everything starts to become blurred as a fierce wind forms from the rose. Once the wind dissipates, she proceeds to follow the man and then the video ends.
A new school year begins in Otonokizaka High School, with Yukiho and Alisa shown as third years carrying on μ's' will and discussing their plans for the Idol Research Club. The pair give the welcoming speech to the freshmen, talking about how the school was saved by μ's and talking about their final performance. Meanwhile, a reformed μ's partakes in another Love Live preliminary. The movie concludes with Bokutachi wa Hitotsu no Hikari where μ's is shown performing at Tokyo Dome, most likely at the third Love Live!.
In 2005, she was in the middle of high school entrance exams as the title for her 1st single "Bokutachi no Yukue" was announced. The single was released on April 2005, and debuted at #1 on the Oricon charts. This was a huge success, making Hitomi the second female singer to have a debut single in the number one spot, and the third solo artist to have a debut single reach the top spot. The single ended up selling well over 100,000 copies. Hitomi soon entered Shiogama Girls High School, and started her first radio personality on Date fm (FM Sendai) called "Takahashi Hitomi: Sound D・N・A~".
Sugawa remained strictly non-religious throughout his life. and when he married actress Akemi Mari in 1969, they entered into a "contract of love" instead of holding a ceremony. He was also extremely particular when it came to filmmaking and seldom made compromises, which often led to clashes with authors when shooting films based on literary works. Writer Tatsuzō Ishikawa, who butted heads with Sugawa during the production of a film of his novel "Bokutachi no Shippai", was quoted as saying furiously: "I've never had to endure such humiliation."
The third single, "Bokutachi wa Hitotsu no Hikari / Future Style", was released on July 15 and had by μ's and "Future style" by Honoka Kōsaka (Emi Nitta), Kotori Minami (Aya Uchida) and Umi Sonoda (Suzuko Mimori) It broke the franchise record for first week sales set by the second single, with 96,000 copies sold; it was also number-two on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart. It sold an estimated 124,254 copies, becoming the fourth best-selling anime CD single of the year in Japan.
Hikaru Yaotome both composed and wrote the song titled "Ai☆Sukuriimu" (アイ☆スクリーム). Kota Yabu, Yuya Takaki, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima, and Yuri Chinen participated in writing lyrics for the new songs. Daiki Arioka arranged one of the songs that Yuya Takaki wrote: "Time". Kei Inoo and Keito Okamoto participated in the studio session for the new songs as musical performers. The lyrics for the song titled "Thank you (Bokutachi kara kimi e)" (Thank You ~僕たちから君へ~, lit. "Thank you: From us to you") were written by Hey! Say! JUMP.
The Komuro-produced "Too Shy Shy Boy!" was released as the album's lead single and became Mizuki's most successful single, selling over 360,000 copies. The original version of the song is not featured on the album, instead an extended remix version was included. "Too Shy Shy Boy!" was the only single released from "Arisa II: Shake Your Body for Me", however the title track "Shake Your Body for Me" was also promoted. It served as theme song for the first season of the Fuji TV drama "Bokutachi no Drama Series", "Hōkago" (episodes 1-5), starring Mizuki herself.