Synonyms for chiisana or Related words with chiisana

yasashii              rakuen              omoi              taiyou              kanashiki              moeru              shoujo              tameni              itsuka              seitokai              tanoshii              koibito              hitori              asobi              utsukushii              kamisama              renai              mizuiro              soshite              yakusoku              shiranai              tenshi              hashire              kimochi              nante              bakuhatsu              tasogare              gokoro              daihyakka              zetsubou              shounen              junjou              itsumo              jigoku              yumemiru              binetsu              wakare              danshi              otona              maboroshi              okaeri              koisuru              bitsu              tsukiyo              nemuri              gekijou              hitohira              hitotsu              dokidoki              futago             

Examples of "chiisana"
小さな星の 小さな光りが "chiisana hoshi no, chiisana hikari ga "(The small light from a small star)
"Chiisana Boku e" (To the Small Me) is Jun Shibata's 9th single. It was released on November 25, 2004 and peaked at #22.
The single will only come in a limited CD+DVD edition (GNCV-0021). The DVD will contain the Promotional Video for End of Refrain: Chiisana Hajimari.
Utaibito Hane (唄人羽) is a Japanese male folk band. Its members are Shinichi Yasuoka and Tetsuro Honda. In 1998 they met each other and formed "Hane". Afterwards they changed its name "Utaibito Hane". Performing many times on the street in Fukuoka, they succeeded in winning popularity. Therefore, they came out with the song ""Chiisana Hoshi no Chiisana Tabibito"" in 1999. Their song "Mi Title" is the first ending of the anime "".
The album includes Aragaki's previously digitally released "Walk" and "Chiisana Koi no Uta" (a Mongol800 cover) as well "Hanamizuki", a Yō Hitoto cover and theme song to Aragaki's film "Hanamizuki". It was released in three formats: CD-only standard edition, limited edition A, which has an illustration cover drawn by Aragaki and comes priced at 2,000 yen, and limited edition B, which comes with a bonus DVD that includes the music videos for "Chiisana Koi no Uta", "Walk" and "Hanamizuki".
A single of the opening and ending themes of the visual novel "Aria The Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage" was released 6 October 2006 under the Geneon Entertainment label, and peak ranked 74th on the Oricon singles chart. It included vocal and instrumental versions of "Blue Blue Wave" and "Sono Chiisana Chiisana Hohoemi de" performed by Kaori, with music and lyrics by Chiyomaru Shikura for both songs.
• おおきなラッパとちいさなオリー / Ookina rappa to chiisana orī, by Jack Bechdolt; Aurelius Battaglia; Naoko Shimizu; Japanese, Publisher: 徳間書店,
"Beautiful/Chiisana Ashiato" comes in CD-only and CD+DVD versions. In addition to the two A-side tracks, the single come with an English version of "Hajimari no Toki", the lead track from her album "The Beginning".
The song "The Small Bird That Forgot How To Fly" (飛び方を忘れた小さな鳥, "Tobikata Wo Wasureta Chiisana Tori") by the JPop singer Misia was used to accompany the game's ending credits.
"Chiisana Mahō" is the eighth single by the Japanese rock group Stereopony. It was released on December 8, 2010, under Sony Records. The main track was the first opening theme for the anime "Letter Bee Reverse".
Later in February 7, 2011, the band released a video for the songs "Chiisana Kimi no Te (小さな君の手)" - translates to "Your Little Hands" - and "Maximum the Hormone" on their official website.
The film was the first adaptation of the book "The Bushbabies" by William Stevenson. Decades later, in 1992, the story was adapted for television as an anime series belonging to the "World Masterpiece Theater" from Nippon Animation. The series received the international English title of "The Bush Baby" (大草原の小さな天使 ブッシュベイビー, "Sougen no chiisana tenshi busshu beibii").
The single "Namae no Nai Sora o Miagete", released on July 7, 2004, was used as the theme song for the drama "Tenka". "Tobikata o Wasureta Chiisana Tori" is used as the theme song of the PlayStation 2 role-playing game "" and also appears within the game as an orchestral arrangement. Also, "" was used as the Tokyo DisneySea 5th Anniversary theme song.
On September 7, 2007, Kigurumi was asked to perform the song "Tamagotchi" for the upcoming movie "", but the song required a trio. Auditions were held, and on November 7, 2007, two new members, Miki and Kei, joined the band. Together, they released the album "Tamagotchi". The band also sang the end song for the film, "Chiisana Hoshi No Youni".
Matsuda began to write her songs by herself. She wrote lyrics for the first time when she produced her song "Chiisana Love Song" (lit. "Small Love Song") in 1983. This was followed by her first composed song "Canary". All music and lyrics of her 2007 album "Baby's Breath" were written by herself. It became her first completely self-produced album.
Natsukawa covered two recent popular hit songs: "Chiisana Koi no Uta" by Mongol800 (2001) and "Sakura (Dokushō)" by Naotarō Moriyama. Naotarō is the son of Ryoko Moriyama, the singer who first released Natsukawa's hit song "Nada Sōsō" and wrote the lyrics to it.
He is the author of several series of children's illustrated books including the very popular "Kaiketsu Zorori" (Incredible Zorori), "Chiisana Mori" (Small Forest), "Meimon furaido chiken shougakkou" (the famous fried chicken primary school]) and "Touyuuki" (Journey to the East: the title is a homage to the famous Chinese novel Journey to the West).
"Back Blocks" is Misia's 11th single. It was released on 20 November 2002. It peaked at #7 selling 30,846 copies in its first week. The third track, "Tobikata wo Wasureta Chiisana Tori" served as theme song for the PlayStation 2 game "".
Ayaka's 11th single, "Beautiful/Chiisana Ashiato" was released on February 20, 2013. This was her first single in three and a half years, after "Minna Sora no Shita" was released in July 2009. It was her first proper single since returning from a hiatus last year.
The is the soundtrack to the "Clannad" film released by Frontier Works on November 21, 2007 bearing the catalog number "FCCM-0198". The album spans one disc with twenty-seven tracks featuring music composed by Yoshichika Inomata. Four songs are performed by Eufonius and sung by Riya, "Mag Mell (frequency⇒e Ver.)", "Marmelo (fildychrom)", "Marmelo (fildychrom La la la Ver.)", and "Chiisana Tenohira (Eufonius Ver.)"; the last song on the soundtrack, "Yakusoku", is sung by Lia.